Pale Blue Dot

The Pale Blue Dot represents a goal not just point of light. When man can look back and see that same pale blue dot with his own eyes, it's will be the first step in truly understanding the place of humanity in the universe.

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Solar System Exploration – Earth

Our exploration of the Solar system moves away from the fiery inner solar system to find a blue planet in the more temperate climes of space - we find our own planet Earth. Earth was not named after Greek and Roman Gods and Goddesses like other planets and moons in the solar system. Instead the... Continue Reading →

Changing Earth

Planet Earth is changing all the time. Many changes are caused by us, humans and our ever growing activity. The link below is a post from NASA showing how some parts of the Earth have changed over the years. These changes aren't small either. It makes interesting and a bit scary reading. via NASA —... Continue Reading →

ESA – Week In Images

This week's images a view of Earth from the ISS, a dusty galaxy and a labyrinth of troughs make up some of this weeks' images. Click the link to see them all. via Week In Images / Highlights / ESA Simon 🙂 No ownership claimed on images - Credit ESA

ESA – Week In Images

This week's collection of images includes a detailed image of the Milky Way from ESA's Gaia, the Gem Nebula, and the Virunga Mountains. Click the link to see the full article. via Week In Images / Highlights / ESA Simon 🙂 No ownership claimed on  images - Credit ESA

ESA – Week In Images

  This week Hadley rille on the moon features in ESA's selection of images, along with a beautiful shot of Stavenger in Norway and a dust storm over the red sea. Click on the link for the full set of images. via Week In Images / Highlights / ESA Simon 🙂 No ownership claimed on... Continue Reading →

ESA – Week In Images

There are some good pictures from ESa this week, I like this first one in particular, of the Dragon capsule chasing after ISS. Enjoy them and the rest in the link! via Week In Images / Highlights / ESA Simon 🙂 No Ownership claimed on images - Credit ESA

ESA – Week In Images

This weeks images from ESA are looking into the heart of the most distant galaxies, electrical storms on Jupiter and an image of mount St Helens among others. Click on the link for the full article via Week In Images / Highlights / ESA Simon 🙂 No ownership claimed on images or material

ESA – Week In Images

This weeks images from ESA are pretty amazing - among them are images from Earth from the ISS, approaching Mars and a new star. I've put some of them below, but click on the link to get a better look.   via Week In Images / Highlights / ESA Simon 🙂

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