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Sunday
Jul 26 2015
14:51 UTC

The ISS and Venus and Jupiter (July 27-29, 2015)

The ISS passes between Venus and Jupiter, as seen from Melbourne on the evening of Wednesday July 29 at 18:17 AEST. Simulated in Stellarium (the ISS will actually be a bright dot), click to embiggen. The ISS passes above Venus and Jupiter, as seen from Adelaide on the evening of Tuesday July 28 at 18:39 ACST. Simulated in Stellarium (the ISS will actually be a bright dot), click to embiggen. The ISS passes passes above Venus and Jupiter, as seen from Sydney on the evening of Monday July 27 at

Posted by Astroblog

Monday
Jul 20 2015
16:16 UTC

This is Our Planet From a Million Miles Away

This pictureÂof our home planet truly is EPIC — literally! It was acquired withÂNASA's Earth Polychromatic Imaging Camera (aka EPIC; see what they did there) on board NOAA's DSCOVR spacecraft, positioned nearly a million miles (1. 5 million km) away atÂL1. L1 is one of five Lagrange points that exist in space where the gravitational pull […]

Posted by Universe Today

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