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The first @singaporeair @airbus A380 aircraft, registered @9VSKA. #vsco #vscocam #vscocamsg #Airbus #A380 #AirbusA380 #aircraft #airplane #airplanes #airline #airlines #avgeek (at Changi Beach Park Carkpark 5)

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#airbus, #vscocam, #airbusa380, #airplanes, #avgeek, #a380, #airlines, #aircraft, #airline, #airplane, #vsco, #vscocamsg

Obviously we know this is a Boeing 787 Dreamliner because of its massive engines, and wing structure!

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#ana, #all_nippon_airways, #boeing, #boeing_787, #boeing_787_dreamliner, #b787, #b788, #boeing_787_8, #aviation

This astounding image was captured in the Kalahari Desert of Botswana.(APOD/NASA). Image Credit & Copyright: Petr Horálek

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#kalahari_desert, #botswana, #africa, #night_sky, #astronomy, #astrophotography, #night_photography, #space, #nebulae, #milky_way, #magellanic_cloud, #stars, #pleiades, #star

October 16, 2011 By: Jet B
July 2, 2011 Flight Deck

Satellite picture shows snow-covered U.S. deep freeze NOAA’s GOES-East satellite provided a look at the frigid eastern two-thirds of the U.S. on Jan. 7, 2015, that shows a blanket of northern snow, lake-effect snow from the Great Lakes and clouds behind the Arctic cold front.A visible picture captured at 11 a.m. EST showed the effects of the latest Arctic outbreak. The cold front that brought the Arctic air moved as far south as Florida, and stretched back over the Gulf of Mexico a...

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#earth_from_space, #us, #deep_freeze, #winter

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June 6, 2012 By Alberto Reyes
September 6, 2011 By: APK Hub

Night lights of Istanbul, Turkey.February 1, 2016.Credit: NASA Astronaut Tim Kopra’s Twitter Account

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#istanbul, #turkey, #night, #light, #splash, #earth_art, #city, #city_lights, #international_space_station, #space_photo, #space_photography, #tim_kopra, #astronaut, #nasa, #e

traverse-our-universe: Here, we see the elusive Space Cat in its natural territory, frolicking amongst nebulae.

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#sorry_for_the_face_spam, #im_having_a_shitty_day, #and_idk

cwnl: Supernova 1054 AD In the year 1054 AD, astronomers in many parts of the world recorded an extraordinary event … the appearance of a brilliant new star in the sky. The starlight was so intense that it could easily be seen in the daytime for over three weeks, with rays seemingly stemming in all directions, and it persisted in the night sky for over two years. Estimates of its brightness range from several times that of Venus to nearly that of the Full Moon. Unknown to these early sky watch...

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July 19, 2011 By: Comlux
June 20, 2011 Swiss

Framing the night sky ESO’s observatories are privileged spots where astrophotographers can catch amazing views of the cosmos. But that’s not all — sometimes, they are ideal locations from which to capture otherworldly images of our own planet, too. In this shot, ESO photo ambassador Gabriel Brammer has used a fish-eye lens to create this spectacular round effect. The clear sky over Paranal looks like a glass ball full of stars, with the Very Large Telescope (VLT) platform framing t...

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#night_sky, #eso, #very_large_telescope, #paranal, #milky_way

traverse-our-universe: NGC 1291This 12 billion year old barred galaxy is located in the Eridanus constellation. Young stars dot the outskirts of the galaxy (shown in red) and older stars reside in the center (shown in blue). (NASA.gov)

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flyingtheskies: airbus-fanboy: Airbus A300 Beluga. Airbus parts go in front cargo door. Airbus A300 Beluga flys to Airbus Factory. Airbus parts get unloaded and then turned into Airbuses. redundantly fascinating

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June 13, 2014

Living on Mars: The HI-SEAS team simulate long duration Mars mission on Earth to prepare for the Red Planet. To learn more about HI-SEAS: http://hi-seas.org/ Credit: HI-SEAS/Chris Hadfield

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#mars, #red_planet, #training, #space, #science, #astronaut, #chris_hadfield

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