ESA – Week In Images

There;s some really cool stuff in the week of pictures from ESA, with a detailed hi res image of part of the Martian surface from Mars Express, a false colour image of Iceland glaciers and a Galaxy bursting with new stars there’s some real treats. Click on the link below for more.

Perspective view in Colles Nili

Vatnajökull

Cassiopeia’s unusual resident

via Week In Images / Highlights / ESA

Simon 🙂

No ownership claimed on images – Credit ESA

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12 thoughts on “ESA – Week In Images”

  1. I love the top photograph. The planet looks so lonely. It’s a nice mood for a poem, or short story. Iceland would be a fun adventure to go on. I love seeing places I’ve never been. I find Other galaxies fascinating, there are so many possibilities. Thank you Simon for sharing some really great pictures. 🙂

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