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NASA 360
Happy 28th Anniversary Hubble! Thanks for provding us Earthlings a window seat to the universe.
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Space Crafts
Saturn’s rings have been around for thousands of years, but we still don’t know how they got there.

Follow Space Crafts to learn more about our galaxy and beyond!
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Physics-Astronomy.com
All Planet Sounds From Space (In our Solar System).
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The so-called Apollo Guidance Computer (AGC) used a real time operating system, which enabled astronauts to enter simple commands by typing in pairs of nouns and verbs, to control the spacecraft. It was more basic than the electronics in modern toasters that have computer controlled stop/start/defrost buttons. It had approximately 64Kbyte of memory and operated at 0.043MHz.

Half as fast as a Commodore 64 pc
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NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
What's up in the night sky this April?
- Moon, Mars and Saturn form a pretty triangle.
- Lyrid meteor shower peaks on the 22nd.
- Through a telescope, Jupiter's Great Red Spot is easy to see.
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youtu.be/XCrJ3NflOpEWe took a telescope around the streets of Los Angeles to give passersby an up-close look at a familiar object: a new view of the moon. Help us caption & tran... ...

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J.W. Astronomy
ISS Transit in front of the Sun

Full Video: youtu.be/FyD-3wze32U

On a windy day with very bad seeing conditions I was able to capture the International Space Station in front of the sun.

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