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On Feb. 24, 2007, when it was about 240,000 km (130,000 miles) out, Rosetta took this incredible full-disk image of Mars with its main OSIRIS camera. It was the first three-color image taken by the camera that closely represents what the eye would see. - Credit: ESA

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Starry Night ... the beauty of a Winter's Night, with the fire and ice of a starry sky

The Fairy of Eagle Nebula Image Credit: The Hubble Heritage Team, (STScI/AURA), ESA, NASA

Moonrise over Earth by Rosetta

Lightning Blasting Down upon fumes of Volcanic Ash - have a look at the stars above... wow love this