Earth from Space


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11 comments:

  1. Espectaculares imágenes, que pequeños somos....

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  2. Espectaculares imágenes, que pequeños somos....

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  3. I can stand on Mars, and look at a distant, small, insignificant pin prick of light. Earth. Home. Science is awesome.

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  4. Thank you for these awe-inspiring photos. I'm seldom at a loss for words but the previous comment's seem to say it all...Wow!

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