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A fotografia tirada pelo astronauta holandês André Kuipers, que está a bordo da Estação Espacial Internacional, mostra uma enorme cratera no meio do deserto do Saara, na Mauritânia, na África

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Dutch astronaut Andre Kuipers snapped this hypnotic image of the so-called Richat structure in Mauritania, as the space station flew over the Sahara Desert on the Atlantic Coast of West Africa.

I love thee freely, as men strive for Right;  I love thee purely, as they turn from Praise.  huh huh huh huh.

Epigenetic Landscape by Richard Sweeney - folded watercolour paper Motion Forms is a body of curved, pleated sculptures, which were hand-folded in watercolour paper through the method of wet folding

Ellison’s Cave - The deepest known cave pit in the continental United States, Fantastic Pit in Georgia's Ellison's Cave descends 586 feet (179 meters) straight down.

Fantastic Pit at Ellison's Cave, Georgia Ellison's Cave far under Pigeon Mountain in northwest Georgia. The cave's "Fantastic Pit," seen here, is the deepest cave drop in the continental United States at a staggering 586 vertical feet vertical meters).

Thursday, Nov. 6, 2014: On Nov. 4, 2014, NASA astronaut Reid Wiseman tweeted this photo of the Earth taken from the International Space Station. He wrote: %u201CSurprised to say this %u2013 my first glimpse of #Alaska pic.twitter.com/fBE7c9gvxS.%u201D %u2014 Tom Chao

"Surprised to say this – my first glimpse of --Astronaut Reid Wiseman from the International Space Station

6Q. Article: "Woolly Mammoth to Be Cloned: Within five years, a woolly mammoth will likely be cloned, according to scientists who have just recovered well-preserved bone marrow in a mammoth thigh bone." -- "The mammoth hunt, planned for early fall when the huge woolly beasts migrated south, was a chancy undertaking at best, and it had the whole clan excited." p.229

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Mysterious, Infinite and Magical Cosmos//  There are some things that need to be placed in the hands of the mysteries of the universe. ~Sandra Ingerman

Galaxies make stunning abstract painting ideas. Mysterious, Infinite and Magical Cosmos. There are some things that need to be placed in the hands of the mysteries of the universe.

Arsenic sulphide, spin coated and baked.

Arsenic sulphide dissolved in a solution displays colorful random patterns after being spin-coated and baked on a chrome-evaporated glass slide.

This tree is incredibly determined to grow right here...whether there is a building there or not

Hungry Tree, HDR This tree appears to be slowly devouring this old brick store in Atlanta. by Joe Wilkins

What are you building, Stark? by Victor Hugo Queiroz | 3D | CGSociety #ironman

Digital artist Victor Hugo (as far as I can tell, his real name) created this fantastic image of Tony Stark hanging out in his lab. Now that Disney has its white-gloved fingers in both Marvel and Pixar, we have to ask: How isn't this already a movie?

Beautiful creature.

Funny pictures about Snow cat. Oh, and cool pics about Snow cat. Also, Snow cat photos.

Enchanted well, Chapada da Diamantina National Park, Bahia State, Brazil

Enchanted well, Chapada da Diamantina National Park, Bahia State, Brazil

SpaceTravelFoundation: Amazing panoramic picture of the milky way taken in the Mountains of New Hampshire

"On the of July I went out on a whim. The weather wasn't looking too great but I had a feeling that it would be clear north of Franconia Notch State Park," Georgia wrote via email.

The idea of Pantheism is appealing - or at least much more than monotheism

Outdoor Adventures: 6 Ways to Nurture Your Bond With Nature

Crepuscular rays appear to burst out of the sun and up into the sky; or burst out of the sun and down onto the horizon. They fool the naked eye because as divergent.