15+ Best Space Pictures of the Day – September 28, 2016

After three years of learning astrophotography, my friends said it’s time to do something Big.

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SpaceX Mars Architecture Slides

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SpaceX carbon fiber tank

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Image Source: Reddit

How far have we really gone? Oh, a few molecules is about right…

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ISRO’s first manned mission will be launched in 2021 – astronauts will be named ‘Vyomanauts’

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The SpaceX Mars vehicle is Big. Very big.

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Get Ready, Elon Musk Is About to Outline His Plan to Colonize Mars 

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I scaled up a model of SpaceX’s Merlin 1D engine nozzle to the proposed Raptor size

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Rosetta spacecraft is scheduled to impact comet 67P this Friday, September 30.

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Pluto’s ‘heart’ sheds light on a possible buried ocean

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Image Source: Brown

slides from Musk’s presentation on SpaceX Interplanetary Transport System

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Cassini begins epic final year at Saturn

Image Source: Earthsky

Image Source: Earthsky

S7 Group buys Sea Launch floating spaceport from Russian space rocket corporation

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Image Source: Tass

Mercuryquakes May Currently Shake Up the Tiny Planet

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Image Source: Space

Space X Launched Falcon 1 on September 28, 2008

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Quick and Dirty Size Comparison for Interplanetary Transport System

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I touched up a beautiful still from Musk’s IAC presentation today and thought it would look great as a SpaceX wallpaper!

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SpaceX Wants to Go to Mars. Here’s Why Humans Aren’t There Yet.

Image Source: Nationalgeographic

Image Source: Nationalgeographic

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