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First close up picture of Mars

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  • hikings_fun
    6 points Aug 18,2019, 11:25am

    Anyone else seeing a derpy looking face?

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  • hikings_fun
    6 points Aug 18,2019, 11:25am

    Anyone else seeing a derpy looking face?

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NASA's James Webb Space Telescope during a test of its secondary mirror deployment

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  • SkywayCheerios
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 8:27pm

    Image credit: NASA

  • 3dPrintedZoidberg
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 8:28pm

    The year is 2135, NASA is only 10 years away from launching the JWST. The world watches with bated breath.

  • drafter69
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 8:38pm

    The people in the picture really help show how large it is.

COMMENTS

  • SkywayCheerios
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 8:27pm

    Image credit: NASA

  • 3dPrintedZoidberg
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 8:28pm

    The year is 2135, NASA is only 10 years away from launching the JWST. The world watches with bated breath.

  • drafter69
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 8:38pm

    The people in the picture really help show how large it is.

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Earth besides Jupiter's Great Red Spot

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  • Exo-Observer
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 6:24pm

    Need some heating of atmospheres between the two...and some magnetic stripping of Earth's atmosphere, drag effect, some swirling...

    That would be one hell of a ride.

  • Jimbo_McSteel
    -1 points Aug 18,2019, 4:43pm

    Woah, we're really that close? Dang son, I never knew

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  • Exo-Observer
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 6:24pm

    Need some heating of atmospheres between the two...and some magnetic stripping of Earth's atmosphere, drag effect, some swirling...

    That would be one hell of a ride.

  • Jimbo_McSteel
    -1 points Aug 18,2019, 4:43pm

    Woah, we're really that close? Dang son, I never knew

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Day length (sidereal) & axial tilt for the 8 largest planets in our solar system

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COMMENTS

  • manbar06
    222 points Aug 18,2019, 12:03pm

    Love this and thanks a ton! I wonder why Venus rotates clockwise? Amazing too how fast Jupiter is given its size.

  • DankersonDunlop
    192 points Aug 18,2019, 12:12pm

    Damn, uranus got me fucked up

  • eilatan5445
    49 points Aug 18,2019, 1:05pm

    Mars really is our homie

  • eat_like_snake
    88 points Aug 18,2019, 12:20pm

    Venus: "I'm a rebel!"
    Uranus: "Hold my beer."

  • Calishots
    41 points Aug 18,2019, 12:47pm

    Just imagine how catastrophic of an event must of happened in order to orient Uranus’ tilt like that. Scary stuff.

  • Sharlinator
    14 points Aug 18,2019, 1:29pm

    According to my math, in this animation Venus should make one full revolution in roughly half an hour. BRB watching ->

  • EciBreci
    41 points Aug 18,2019, 12:25pm

    If Mars only had a stabilized atmosphere ...

  • belaya_smert
    27 points Aug 18,2019, 12:45pm

    Jupiter gotta go fast!

  • Jeffreyrock
    7 points Aug 18,2019, 1:58pm

    I hate to say it but Uranus almost seems aptly named from that perspective.

  • TheSunKing_2112
    22 points Aug 18,2019, 1:13pm

    Did you mean to say the only 8 planets in our solar system?

  • butmrpdf
    5 points Aug 18,2019, 1:34pm

    it's scary we live on a ball that spins

  • drsoftware85
    6 points Aug 18,2019, 1:38pm

    ELI5:. Why do planets closer to the sun spin slower while the ones further away spin faster?

  • Dewmon
    7 points Aug 18,2019, 1:44pm

    Since the axial tilt of a planet is defined as the angle between its rotational and orbital angular momentum vectors, Venus actually is tilted 177.3 degrees, since it rotates backwards.

  • ChristIsEnough
    18 points Aug 18,2019, 1:18pm

    Pluto has left the chat

  • 48000crickets
    8 points Aug 18,2019, 1:46pm

    Jupiter yeets everything right back into space with a day like that

  • spatrick89
    3 points Aug 18,2019, 1:02pm

    Never knew the day length on mars was so close to earth. This is super cool

  • neowolf993
    9 points Aug 18,2019, 12:26pm

    What about Pluto?😐

  • CapSierra
    2 points Aug 18,2019, 1:01pm

    I'm curious. How does the vector of the axial tilt (looking top-down on the system) compare? Do all the planets roughly line up or is it completely arbitrary which compass direction they lean relative the sun?

  • mcguireonfire
    2 points Aug 18,2019, 1:13pm

    Daft Uranus.

  • teeter1984
    2 points Aug 18,2019, 3:15pm

    How off are earths clocks if 1 revolution is 23h 56m instead of 24 hours?

  • admin-mod
    2 points Aug 18,2019, 3:25pm

    Where's ma pluto yo.

  • drempire
    2 points Aug 18,2019, 4:15pm

    Go home Uranus, your drunk

  • KnightCyber
    8 points Aug 18,2019, 1:02pm

    "8 largest planets" As if there were more than 8 planets.

  • blacklips08
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 1:28pm

    I wonder what is it to be on a planet that rotate on the X axis ...?

  • natanjosh10
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 1:31pm

    I don’t quite understand if mars rotates just as quick as earth does, why doesn’t it create its own magnetosphere anymore? Is it just because the distance from the sun?

  • yusufmkI
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 1:35pm

    Took me a while to realise mercury and venus moves too

  • yetismango
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 1:43pm

    Is the slight difference in mars' tilt a reason why the atmosphere failed or is it more likely the reason why we might be able to create a new one?

  • vector006
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 2:03pm

    Uranus is drunk

  • bunk3rk1ng
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 2:10pm

    8 largest planets? I Wonder which ones those are?

    ...oh

  • ReligiousFreedomDude
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 2:14pm

    Seems like the general pattern breaks down into very little tilt to a range in the mid 20's. Uranus is an outlier. Anyone have any explanation for why that pattern seems to exist, or is it pure coincidence?

  • pretendyoudontseeme
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 2:16pm

    Title's wording is perfect

  • Snakkery
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 2:19pm

    Uranus giving me anxiety

  • James-Hawk
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 2:26pm

    Is it true that Uranus was likely hit with something that fucked up its rotation? Or is that a myth?

  • Xeppen
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 2:34pm

    I am curious, axel tilt against what? Sun?

  • KaiCypret
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 2:44pm

    What's the deal with the 25-30 degree axial tilt? Is there some inherent process in planet formation that tends to produce tilt in that range, or is it just a historical accident that half the planets in our solar system exhibit that feature?

  • TheFirsh
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 2:44pm

    Jupiter and Venus are the most surprising to me.

  • Montelukast_10mg
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 2:45pm

    Where's pluto?

  • UndyingQuasar
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 2:56pm

    So why does Uranus rotate on its side?

  • CurseOfTheHiddenOnes
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 2:56pm

    You spin me right round baby, right round!

  • ruin
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 3:18pm

    Go home, Uranus, you're drunk

  • Josef_Joris
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 3:20pm

    I din't know all the planets where about the same size compared to one another!

  • cleverseneca
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 3:26pm

    Mercury and Venus like: go home guys, you're drunk.

  • gotfondue
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 3:33pm

    Crazy how similar earth and Mars are when looked at this way.

  • Isord
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 3:36pm

    Do we know that whatever solid surface exists beneath the atmosphere spins that quickly on Jupiter? Or is there a sidereel speed difference across the gradient of the planet?

  • robotikempire
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 3:36pm

    Would much prefer the mars day. I could use those extra 40 mins!

  • smokey661
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 3:37pm

    I read this the other day about why Jupiter has such big storms, it’s such a huge planet and spins faster than earth creating really crazy weather.

  • endlessvibesss
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 3:53pm

    I love looking at this so much.It's so interesting.

  • Lil_Alopeeshy
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 3:54pm

    You heard about Pluto?

  • Finndoes69
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 3:55pm

    Disappointed, didn't even see Venus rotate fully on this video

  • TheDarkWayne
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 3:57pm

    Jupiter is mind boggling considering the size of that planet

  • mrpresident27
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 3:58pm

    God's way of showing us his work.

  • yrddog
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 4:14pm

    This is a great gif

  • diesel2277
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 4:15pm

    Damn Uranus is all FKD up! That’s what he said

  • loki444
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 4:16pm

    TIL: Uranus is crooked.

  • cugghiune
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 4:17pm

    Which factors affect speed rotation? Can anyone explain me this (like i'm five...)

  • -but507-
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 4:19pm

    Now I see that Mars is really our planet's sibling. Almost same length of day and axis quite similar to ours. All that's left is to terraform it.

  • YoloSwaggins44
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 4:22pm

    Uranus just gotta be different

  • prince147
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 4:27pm

    Mars may have had life in the past, earth definetly has life. Both earth and Mars have very similar tilt and day length. I wonder how much of a role if any those parameters play in the genisis and evolution of life.

  • Tattered_Colours
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 4:28pm

    Why are our days not exactly 24 hours? Shouldn't the definitions of our measurements of time be relative to the actual length of a day on Earth?

  • ch0lera
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 4:28pm

    Uranus, why you so crazy

  • -DoW-
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 4:34pm

    How long would it take for a planet to stop spinning?

  • stupidlatentnothing
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 4:42pm

    It's almost as if there is correlation between planet size and the rate it spins... almost

  • gimleychuckles
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 4:44pm

    Someone please put Venus back upside down

  • zKerekess
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 4:44pm

    I will go to Venus to load GTA Online

  • divusdavus
    0 points Aug 18,2019, 2:17pm

    Earth is 23h56m? Are you kidding me?

    An hour is a totally invented social construct we came up with by dividing a day/night into 24 parts and we still managed to fuck that up by 4 minutes.

    We need to change the length of an hour, this is a total embarrassement in front of the aliens.

  • sactokingsfan
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 1:06pm

    This is an ELI5. Why is it assumed the planets are tilted? Is the sun what we judge that off of?

  • DoWhyMe
    -2 points Aug 18,2019, 12:38pm

    i cant see shit

COMMENTS

  • manbar06
    222 points Aug 18,2019, 12:03pm

    Love this and thanks a ton! I wonder why Venus rotates clockwise? Amazing too how fast Jupiter is given its size.

  • DankersonDunlop
    192 points Aug 18,2019, 12:12pm

    Damn, uranus got me fucked up

  • eilatan5445
    49 points Aug 18,2019, 1:05pm

    Mars really is our homie

  • AdamBombTV
    80 points Aug 18,2019, 12:35pm

    Is Uranus drunk?

  • eat_like_snake
    88 points Aug 18,2019, 12:20pm

    Venus: "I'm a rebel!"
    Uranus: "Hold my beer."

  • Calishots
    41 points Aug 18,2019, 12:47pm

    Just imagine how catastrophic of an event must of happened in order to orient Uranus’ tilt like that. Scary stuff.

  • Sharlinator
    14 points Aug 18,2019, 1:29pm

    According to my math, in this animation Venus should make one full revolution in roughly half an hour. BRB watching ->

  • EciBreci
    41 points Aug 18,2019, 12:25pm

    If Mars only had a stabilized atmosphere ...

  • belaya_smert
    27 points Aug 18,2019, 12:45pm

    Jupiter gotta go fast!

  • Jeffreyrock
    7 points Aug 18,2019, 1:58pm

    I hate to say it but Uranus almost seems aptly named from that perspective.

  • TheSunKing_2112
    22 points Aug 18,2019, 1:13pm

    Did you mean to say the only 8 planets in our solar system?

  • butmrpdf
    5 points Aug 18,2019, 1:34pm

    it's scary we live on a ball that spins

  • drsoftware85
    6 points Aug 18,2019, 1:38pm

    ELI5:. Why do planets closer to the sun spin slower while the ones further away spin faster?

  • Dewmon
    7 points Aug 18,2019, 1:44pm

    Since the axial tilt of a planet is defined as the angle between its rotational and orbital angular momentum vectors, Venus actually is tilted 177.3 degrees, since it rotates backwards.

  • ChristIsEnough
    18 points Aug 18,2019, 1:18pm

    Pluto has left the chat

  • 48000crickets
    8 points Aug 18,2019, 1:46pm

    Jupiter yeets everything right back into space with a day like that

  • spatrick89
    3 points Aug 18,2019, 1:02pm

    Never knew the day length on mars was so close to earth. This is super cool

  • neowolf993
    9 points Aug 18,2019, 12:26pm

    What about Pluto?😐

  • CapSierra
    2 points Aug 18,2019, 1:01pm

    I'm curious. How does the vector of the axial tilt (looking top-down on the system) compare? Do all the planets roughly line up or is it completely arbitrary which compass direction they lean relative the sun?

  • mcguireonfire
    2 points Aug 18,2019, 1:13pm

    Daft Uranus.

  • teeter1984
    2 points Aug 18,2019, 3:15pm

    How off are earths clocks if 1 revolution is 23h 56m instead of 24 hours?

  • admin-mod
    2 points Aug 18,2019, 3:25pm

    Where's ma pluto yo.

  • drempire
    2 points Aug 18,2019, 4:15pm

    Go home Uranus, your drunk

  • KnightCyber
    8 points Aug 18,2019, 1:02pm

    "8 largest planets" As if there were more than 8 planets.

  • blacklips08
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 1:28pm

    I wonder what is it to be on a planet that rotate on the X axis ...?

  • natanjosh10
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 1:31pm

    I don’t quite understand if mars rotates just as quick as earth does, why doesn’t it create its own magnetosphere anymore? Is it just because the distance from the sun?

  • yusufmkI
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 1:35pm

    Took me a while to realise mercury and venus moves too

  • yetismango
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 1:43pm

    Is the slight difference in mars' tilt a reason why the atmosphere failed or is it more likely the reason why we might be able to create a new one?

  • vector006
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 2:03pm

    Uranus is drunk

  • bunk3rk1ng
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 2:10pm

    8 largest planets? I Wonder which ones those are?

    ...oh

  • ReligiousFreedomDude
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 2:14pm

    Seems like the general pattern breaks down into very little tilt to a range in the mid 20's. Uranus is an outlier. Anyone have any explanation for why that pattern seems to exist, or is it pure coincidence?

  • pretendyoudontseeme
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 2:16pm

    Title's wording is perfect

  • Snakkery
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 2:19pm

    Uranus giving me anxiety

  • James-Hawk
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 2:26pm

    Is it true that Uranus was likely hit with something that fucked up its rotation? Or is that a myth?

  • Xeppen
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 2:34pm

    I am curious, axel tilt against what? Sun?

  • KaiCypret
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 2:44pm

    What's the deal with the 25-30 degree axial tilt? Is there some inherent process in planet formation that tends to produce tilt in that range, or is it just a historical accident that half the planets in our solar system exhibit that feature?

  • TheFirsh
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 2:44pm

    Jupiter and Venus are the most surprising to me.

  • Montelukast_10mg
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 2:45pm

    Where's pluto?

  • UndyingQuasar
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 2:56pm

    So why does Uranus rotate on its side?

  • CurseOfTheHiddenOnes
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 2:56pm

    You spin me right round baby, right round!

  • ruin
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 3:18pm

    Go home, Uranus, you're drunk

  • Josef_Joris
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 3:20pm

    I din't know all the planets where about the same size compared to one another!

  • cleverseneca
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 3:26pm

    Mercury and Venus like: go home guys, you're drunk.

  • gotfondue
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 3:33pm

    Crazy how similar earth and Mars are when looked at this way.

  • Isord
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 3:36pm

    Do we know that whatever solid surface exists beneath the atmosphere spins that quickly on Jupiter? Or is there a sidereel speed difference across the gradient of the planet?

  • robotikempire
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 3:36pm

    Would much prefer the mars day. I could use those extra 40 mins!

  • smokey661
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 3:37pm

    I read this the other day about why Jupiter has such big storms, it’s such a huge planet and spins faster than earth creating really crazy weather.

  • endlessvibesss
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 3:53pm

    I love looking at this so much.It's so interesting.

  • Lil_Alopeeshy
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 3:54pm

    You heard about Pluto?

  • Finndoes69
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 3:55pm

    Disappointed, didn't even see Venus rotate fully on this video

  • TheDarkWayne
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 3:57pm

    Jupiter is mind boggling considering the size of that planet

  • mrpresident27
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 3:58pm

    God's way of showing us his work.

  • yrddog
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 4:14pm

    This is a great gif

  • diesel2277
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 4:15pm

    Damn Uranus is all FKD up! That’s what he said

  • loki444
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 4:16pm

    TIL: Uranus is crooked.

  • cugghiune
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 4:17pm

    Which factors affect speed rotation? Can anyone explain me this (like i'm five...)

  • -but507-
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 4:19pm

    Now I see that Mars is really our planet's sibling. Almost same length of day and axis quite similar to ours. All that's left is to terraform it.

  • YoloSwaggins44
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 4:22pm

    Uranus just gotta be different

  • prince147
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 4:27pm

    Mars may have had life in the past, earth definetly has life. Both earth and Mars have very similar tilt and day length. I wonder how much of a role if any those parameters play in the genisis and evolution of life.

  • Tattered_Colours
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 4:28pm

    Why are our days not exactly 24 hours? Shouldn't the definitions of our measurements of time be relative to the actual length of a day on Earth?

  • ch0lera
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 4:28pm

    Uranus, why you so crazy

  • -DoW-
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 4:34pm

    How long would it take for a planet to stop spinning?

  • stupidlatentnothing
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 4:42pm

    It's almost as if there is correlation between planet size and the rate it spins... almost

  • gimleychuckles
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 4:44pm

    Someone please put Venus back upside down

  • zKerekess
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 4:44pm

    I will go to Venus to load GTA Online

  • divusdavus
    0 points Aug 18,2019, 2:17pm

    Earth is 23h56m? Are you kidding me?

    An hour is a totally invented social construct we came up with by dividing a day/night into 24 parts and we still managed to fuck that up by 4 minutes.

    We need to change the length of an hour, this is a total embarrassement in front of the aliens.

  • sactokingsfan
    1 points Aug 18,2019, 1:06pm

    This is an ELI5. Why is it assumed the planets are tilted? Is the sun what we judge that off of?

  • DoWhyMe
    -2 points Aug 18,2019, 12:38pm

    i cant see shit

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First image of an Earth rise

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COMMENTS

  • almightyjew
    1 points Aug 17,2019, 6:14pm

    Flat

  • neuralsnafu
    1 points Aug 17,2019, 6:38pm

    Hummm looks distinctly flat from my view point lol...

COMMENTS

  • almightyjew
    1 points Aug 17,2019, 6:14pm

    Flat

  • neuralsnafu
    1 points Aug 17,2019, 6:38pm

    Hummm looks distinctly flat from my view point lol...

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Despina casting it's shadow on Neptune

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COMMENTS

  • towflowar
    7 points Aug 17,2019, 4:57pm

    The scope of the universe never ceases to scare and amaze me

  • david_to_the_hilts
    2 points Aug 17,2019, 8:15pm

    Teeny tiny eclipse!

COMMENTS

  • towflowar
    7 points Aug 17,2019, 4:57pm

    The scope of the universe never ceases to scare and amaze me

  • david_to_the_hilts
    2 points Aug 17,2019, 8:15pm

    Teeny tiny eclipse!

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I Timelapsed the moon in my south eastern Colorado backyard

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COMMENTS

  • DigitalSolutions
    3 points Aug 16,2019, 1:39am

    Taken with THIS telescope. 1 frame every 500ms (.5 seconds) using the android software LapseIt Pro. Encoded at 30fps. that means every 15 seconds of real time is 1 second of video played (its sped up by 15x)

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  • DigitalSolutions
    3 points Aug 16,2019, 1:39am

    Taken with THIS telescope. 1 frame every 500ms (.5 seconds) using the android software LapseIt Pro. Encoded at 30fps. that means every 15 seconds of real time is 1 second of video played (its sped up by 15x)

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In awe of this picture taken from the ISS

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COMMENTS

  • Elbynerual
    21 points Aug 16,2019, 4:59pm

    The ol Nile river delta....

  • chickntend
    18 points Aug 16,2019, 5:44pm

    Fake. We all know the earth is a pyramid.

  • CorsicanaLemonade
    4 points Aug 16,2019, 5:09pm

    "The SpaceX Dragon resupply ship is pictured attached to the International Space Station's Harmony module as the orbital complex flew 260 miles above the Nile River Delta in Egypt."

  • GISP
    2 points Aug 16,2019, 5:59pm

    Didnt know the nile was that wide 0o

  • BakedPancake13
    1 points Aug 16,2019, 8:42pm

    Your in awe? I’m in de-nile.

  • Mizu3
    1 points Aug 16,2019, 6:00pm

    BEAUTIFUL!

  • newenglandredshirt
    1 points Aug 16,2019, 6:21pm

    Bless the rains down in Africa

  • Jinjehy
    1 points Aug 16,2019, 6:44pm

    In awe of the size of this lad.

  • congoode133
    1 points Aug 16,2019, 7:21pm

    What’s crazy about this photo is that there is probably over 1 billion people in it

  • Andre8418
    0 points Aug 16,2019, 5:26pm

    I also see 3 unidentified object 🤔🤔

  • alonelover1306
    -1 points Aug 16,2019, 6:29pm

    Dude I read the caption as ISIS and got a little scared that they’ve advanced so much

  • oldmanrat
    -13 points Aug 16,2019, 5:41pm

    So fake.

COMMENTS

  • Elbynerual
    21 points Aug 16,2019, 4:59pm

    The ol Nile river delta....

  • chickntend
    18 points Aug 16,2019, 5:44pm

    Fake. We all know the earth is a pyramid.

  • CorsicanaLemonade
    4 points Aug 16,2019, 5:09pm

    "The SpaceX Dragon resupply ship is pictured attached to the International Space Station's Harmony module as the orbital complex flew 260 miles above the Nile River Delta in Egypt."

  • the_peckham_pouncer
    3 points Aug 16,2019, 5:25pm

    The lushness along the Nile really is something.

  • GISP
    2 points Aug 16,2019, 5:59pm

    Didnt know the nile was that wide 0o

  • BakedPancake13
    1 points Aug 16,2019, 8:42pm

    Your in awe? I’m in de-nile.

  • Mizu3
    1 points Aug 16,2019, 6:00pm

    BEAUTIFUL!

  • newenglandredshirt
    1 points Aug 16,2019, 6:21pm

    Bless the rains down in Africa

  • Jinjehy
    1 points Aug 16,2019, 6:44pm

    In awe of the size of this lad.

  • congoode133
    1 points Aug 16,2019, 7:21pm

    What’s crazy about this photo is that there is probably over 1 billion people in it

  • Andre8418
    0 points Aug 16,2019, 5:26pm

    I also see 3 unidentified object 🤔🤔

  • alonelover1306
    -1 points Aug 16,2019, 6:29pm

    Dude I read the caption as ISIS and got a little scared that they’ve advanced so much

  • oldmanrat
    -13 points Aug 16,2019, 5:41pm

    So fake.

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Full Moon Rise yesterday

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Full Moon today taken in Sydney! [OC]

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COMMENTS

  • thesciz
    3 points Aug 15,2019, 2:31pm

    It's upside down, mate.

  • DEEjive_TURKEY
    2 points Aug 15,2019, 10:40am

    Did you use a telescope to get this shot?

  • _o_aine
    2 points Aug 15,2019, 11:25am

    Fuck yeah space neighbor!

COMMENTS

  • thesciz
    3 points Aug 15,2019, 2:31pm

    It's upside down, mate.

  • DEEjive_TURKEY
    2 points Aug 15,2019, 10:40am

    Did you use a telescope to get this shot?

  • _o_aine
    2 points Aug 15,2019, 11:25am

    Fuck yeah space neighbor!