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Lunation

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See Explanation. Clicking on the picture will download the highest resolution version available.

Daytime Moon Meets Morning Star --- Feb. 27 --- Image Credit & Copyright: Cui Yongjiang and Shi Zexing

Daytime Moon Meets Morning Star --- Feb. 27 --- Image Credit & Copyright: Cui Yongjiang and Shi Zexing

...en una luna azul

...en una luna azul

Moon from ISS - NASA astronaut Leroy Chiao picked this photo of the moon he took from his vantage point on the International Space Station

Moon from ISS - NASA astronaut Leroy Chiao picked this photo of the moon he took from his vantage point on the International Space Station

Nebulosa California

Nebulosa California

1. Son Interesantes. 2. Muy divertido. 3. En cualquier momento en la estación espacial.

1. Son Interesantes. 2. Muy divertido. 3. En cualquier momento en la estación espacial.

The 2013 Supermoon in Photos - the next 'supermoon' - 2014: August 10 -356,896 km  2015: September 28 – 356,877 km  2016:  - November 14 – 356,509 km Photo NASA/Goddard/LRO

The 2013 Supermoon in Photos - the next 'supermoon' - 2014: August 10 -356,896 km 2015: September 28 – 356,877 km 2016: - November 14 – 356,509 km Photo NASA/Goddard/LRO

la luna, a plena luz del día, y la estación espacial internacional

la luna, a plena luz del día, y la estación espacial internacional

Earth and Moon from Saturn  Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute Pictured above is the Earth-Moon system as captured by the Cassini mission orbiting Saturn in the outer Solar System. Earth is the brighter of the two spots near the center, while the Moon is visible to its lower left.

Earth and Moon from Saturn Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute Pictured above is the Earth-Moon system as captured by the Cassini mission orbiting Saturn in the outer Solar System. Earth is the brighter of the two spots near the center, while the Moon is visible to its lower left.

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