2010 NASA space photos that you seriously don’t want to miss (26 photos)

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  • Nick

    Im so proud of you thechive… boobs and space!
    Also check out the Bad Astronomy blog. Just google it.

  • marsspider

    #14, WTF!!?! Looks like the beast with 1000 vags.

  • Gecko

    if i ever saw the aurora borealis from space,
    it would probrably the most beautiful i'll ever see #23

  • MuK

    Post them in Hi-Res pleaseeee ! Thank you Chive 1

  • Jim

    #21 Sauron is in space :O

  • obvious

    that's no moon. #15

    • Jake

      It's the Death Star!

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  • Philo

    Enjoy these while you can because Nobama is taking it all away…..thanks Ass Hat !

  • Brian

    #21 I don't care if it burns, I wanna stick my finger in it

  • SinisteRtheWickeD

    DUUDE, I am relaxed! Just making a pleasant conversational point and trying to edu-ma-cate the ignorant unwashed masses…..like, well, …you. (just kiddin'…bro)

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  • Benjiman

    #15 That's no moon…

  • MikeofLA

    There are tons of planets with human life, A Long Time Ago, Galaxy Far Far Away

    • MikeofLA

      *In A Galaxy Far Far Away

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  • Jay

    #1 WALL-E

  • Phil

    If you guys like these just check out the hubble site. There's a lot of extremely beautiful shots of distance space – galaxies, nebulas and other amazing phenomenon.

    Actually several of these pics are from the Hubble.

  • Shane

    This really needed to be in HD.

  • Captain

    #7 = fact fail. No proof or even moderately strong evidence of life there- just the *potential*.

    #14- Fail. No forests on Mars.

    #17- That bubble is Hydrogen gas, the building blocks of new galaxies.

    – Aerospace

  • Kyle

    I also dig the "Eye of God" photo… http://yorkregion.blogs.com/sky_wise/images/2007/

  • http://www.facebook.com/Serinanth Evan Wilkinson

    We are all born from the dust of stars… You could also say we are nuclear waste =) It is comforting to know that we are a part of this grand universal mess, just look up to the stars, that's where we came from. That pretty damned awesome.

  • Skadoosh

    Need some of these in HD.

  • http://www.facebook.com/Gingergreek Pani Booyah

    #14 no way? Thats awesome

  • XOS

    these are all 'shopped'….everyone knows that space isnt real…

  • Buttman

    "Far away Spiral Galaxies claimed to have earth-type planets with human life"

    This is entirely incorrect. We can just barely see some planets in our own galaxy – we definitely can't pinpoint planets in another galaxy. While it may be possible for astronomers to make educated guesses about what planets generally might exist in other galaxies, we have no way of measuring them and certainly certainly no way of determining what kinds of life might inhabit them.

    And that isn't a forest on Mars. There are no plants or animals on Mars. It is sand dunes and rock formations and exposed layers of rock and shadows, not a "forest." Cool pix though.

  • Anonymous

    I’ve never posted on the chive. But i’ve been a long time chiver. This is the best post ever.

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