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    Can't get enough of this


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    pretty sweet shot. I tried to get a shot of the moon this morning because it looked so awesome with the sun coming up under it but I don't know if it came out well at all. What you see with your eyes is so rarely captured in an image of the sky unless you have a really nice camera.

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    so, you remember this clever little twit?



    uh. about that.



    Almost two years exactly too.

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    Apparently Nasa will be making a "major announcement" of "exciting news" about the Moon. I'm really curious what that could be...

    ALIENS!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sonic_discord View Post
    Apparently Nasa will be making a "major announcement" of "exciting news" about the Moon. I'm really curious what that could be...

    ALIENS!!
    There's tons of water on the moon.


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    Last night I watched Werner Herzog and Clive Oppenheimer's new doc about meteorites..... and I liked it..... particularly the section featuring micrometeorites. Every day, approximately 100 metric tons of stardust collide with Earth! I'm thinking of picking up Jon Larsen's two books on the subject, In Search of Stardust, and On the Trail of Stardust. The former being full of great photos of magnified micrometeorites, and the latter being an instructional guide for finding micrometeorites.
    The doc is called Fireball: Visitors From Darker Worlds, and it's on AppleTV+.

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