Earth image and star field background

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    Earth image and star field background.

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    NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center Scientific Visualization Studio
    The Blue Marble data is courtesy of Reto Stockli (NASA/GSFC).
    Laura Rocchio (NASA/GSFC)

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    1. dodagp 36 months ago | reply

      Still fascinating and powerful, despite the controversy...!!!
      By the way,anything concerning the Crab Nebula's gamma-ray emittion ?

    2. Chip_n_thePNW 36 months ago | reply

      AWESOME. While we continue to cause alot of damage to it ... its the only known one we have. Those who want to live on the Moon or Mars, Good Luck ! ... For me, this beautiful
      place shown here - THIS is BY-FAR the most interesting and hospitable planet ! -- The others are INHOSPITABLE and LIFELESS.

    3. gcardenas.450412 36 months ago | reply

      Wow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
      SUPER SPECTACULAR!!!!!!!
      Congratulations!!!!!!!!!!, NASA

    4. Lil Janie 36 months ago | reply

      Our beautiful blue marble world. AMAZING sight !

    5. sidhumax 36 months ago | reply

      the curved line says"Take Care of Me"

    6. █ fo112 █ 36 months ago | reply

      Nice Shot!! :)

    7. miguele4matador [deleted] 36 months ago | reply

      nice

    8. Longfinger1 36 months ago | reply

      Incredible! I can almost see my house! :)

    9. Primula Rossa  35 months ago | reply

      thanks for sharing with us!

    10. szymon7 35 months ago | reply

      I want imagine :P

    11. Erika Victor 35 months ago | reply

      always thought the view of Earth, from space, was one of the most beautiful sights I've ever seen (even if it's only through a photograph)

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