Too bad trees only produce oxygen.

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Forget about the hoverboard, soon we will be able to ride one of these!
Baby elephant falls on his back and parents come to rescue. Awesome animal parenting!
What the duck!?

Paris viewed from the Eiffel tower.

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Albert Einstein and Marie Curie!

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Mud puddling is a phenomenon where insects, thirsty for salts and amino acids, suck fluids out of rotting corpses, wet soil, and dung. If a butterfly has ever landed on you, it was probably attracted to your blood, sweat, or tears.

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Eclipse viewed from space.

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NASA Has Released The Largest Picture Ever Taken And It Will Shake Up Your Universe

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The floor of a computer store in Paris. It's actually completely flat!

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My brain during and after exams 😔 [According to Devin]

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NASA astronaut Tracy Caldwell Dyson looks through a window in the Cupola of the International Space Station. #fightforspace

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The different eyes of the world.

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Atlantis shuttle to orbit #fightforspace

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A NASA satellite spots a HUGE Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) from the Sun. This is a REAL image made from combined wavelengths. The CME was not aimed directly at Earth, but did cause auroral activity on September 3rd, 2012.

Image courtesy NASA SDO

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Image from European Southern Obervatory looks really cool, showing a dark void in the middle of all the stars. Even cooler is that it’s really a cloud filled up with gas and dust, and such regions are the birthplaces of future stars!

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The rain on different planets.

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