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Neptune and Triton.

Neptune and Triton.

The Earth at Night

The Earth at Night

The Solar System’s top 5 most amazing moons! | Triton: "This is Neptune’s giant moon. It’s the coldest object this side of the Kuiper belt – even colder than Pluto. It also has a retrograde (backwards) orbit, suggesting it was probably once an independent Kuiper belt object which was captured by Neptune. It also has liquid nitrogen geysers, and a thin atmosphere. It even has weather!"

The Solar System’s top 5 most amazing moons! | Triton: "This is Neptune’s giant moon. It’s the coldest object this side of the Kuiper belt – even colder than Pluto. It also has a retrograde (backwards) orbit, suggesting it was probably once an independent Kuiper belt object which was captured by Neptune. It also has liquid nitrogen geysers, and a thin atmosphere. It even has weather!"

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宇宙 - 写真 - ハッブルが写す宇宙 - キャッツアイ星雲 - ナショナルジオグラフィック 公式日本語サイト

宇宙 - 写真 - ハッブルが写す宇宙 - キャッツアイ星雲 - ナショナルジオグラフィック 公式日本語サイト

太陽の神秘:らばQ

太陽の神秘:らばQ

Fire rainbows are the rarest of all naturally occurring atmospheric phenomena. For a fire rainbow to occur, cirrus clouds must be 20,000 feet in the air with the precise amount of ice crystals, and the sun must hit the clouds at 58 degrees

Fire rainbows are the rarest of all naturally occurring atmospheric phenomena. For a fire rainbow to occur, cirrus clouds must be 20,000 feet in the air with the precise amount of ice crystals, and the sun must hit the clouds at 58 degrees

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#MARTIANSTORMS - Seen in 1977 by the Viking 2 Orbiter “Like its predecessor, the Viking 2 mission consisted of a lander and an orbiter designed to take high-resolution images, and study the Martian surface and atmosphere. Both the Viking 1 and 2 landers benefited greatly from their orbiting counterparts, which snapped images that helped mission controllers navigate the landers to safe landing sites.”

#MARTIANSTORMS - Seen in 1977 by the Viking 2 Orbiter “Like its predecessor, the Viking 2 mission consisted of a lander and an orbiter designed to take high-resolution images, and study the Martian surface and atmosphere. Both the Viking 1 and 2 landers benefited greatly from their orbiting counterparts, which snapped images that helped mission controllers navigate the landers to safe landing sites.”

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