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dezeen:

Video footage of Apple’s new iPhone 6 design leaks »
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humanoidhistory:

Many, many miles above the waters of the Cook Strait between the North and South Islands of New Zealand, the Mir Space Station is observed from a window of the Space Shuttle Atlantis during the STS-76 mission, 23 March 1996. (NASA)
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humanoidhistory:

Mir Space Station, March 1996.
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spaceexp:

US Gulf Coast at night as seen from the International Space Station
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cwthe100:

After 97 years… mankind finally goes back home. The 100 is all new Wednesday at 9/8c!
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the-science-llama:

The Mir Space StationTaken by Atlantis (STS-71) in July 1995
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cosmicvastness:

NASA Astronomy Picture of the Day 2014 August 31
Space Shuttle and Space Station Photographed Together 
How was this picture taken? Usually, pictures of the shuttle, taken from space, are snapped from the space station. Commonly, pictures of the space station are snapped from the shuttle. How, then, can there be a picture of both the shuttle and the station together, taken from space? The answer is that during the Space Shuttle Endeavour’s last trip to the International Space Station in 2011 May, a supply ship departed the station with astronauts that captured a series of rare views. The supply ship was the Russian Soyuz TMA-20 which landed in Kazakhstan later that day. The above spectacular image well captures the relative sizes of the station and docked shuttle. Far below, clouds of Earth are seen above a blue sea.
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the-wolf-and-moon:

Ring Nebula
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