Tuesday, January 18, 2011

A new and interesting storm has been brewing on Saturn over the last few months. Now, the swirling effects reach almost halfway around the planet. What causes it is unknown.

From space, we have here the aurora borealis shining green and eerie above a dark purplish blue Earth. This is a perspective rarely seen.

Below is the iconic Ayers Rock in the very center of the Australian outback, taken from the space station.

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