20 incredibly Gorgeous Pictures of Space


Space is mysterious and comes with all sorts of secrets and great mysteries. Before I leave this Earth, I want to leave this Earth for real. How cool would it be to look back at the Earth from space, I am sure it looks divine? I’m sure the pictures and videos don’t do it justice. Check out some of the best space photos ever below.

This is the first flower ever grown entirely in space. from spaceporn

Surreal, absurd, outlandish, preposterous… But there it is. The entire earth clearly reflected off the side of a car. from spaceporn

Solar Eclipse in New Mexico, November 2012 [2048×1365] from spaceporn

The clearest picture that was ever taken of the surface of Venus… from spaceporn

The clearest picture that was ever taken of the surface of Venus… from spaceporn

Fukang Meteorite [1280×650] from spaceporn

From a Million Miles Away, a Camera Aboard NASA’s DISCOVR Spacecraft Shows the Moon Crossing the Face of the Earth [2048 x 2048] from spaceporn

New NASA visualization of black hole from spaceporn

The clearest picture of Mars ever taken! from spaceporn

Last pic of Earth taken by NASA’s Cassini spacecraft before it went on a death dive into Saturn from spaceporn

Hubble Captures Vivid Auroras in Jupiter’s Atmosphere [2224 x 2216] from spaceporn

Thats the sharpest image of a diffrent star! This is Antares. Its 800 times bigger than our sun! 550 lightyears away….so this light on this pictures is over 500 years old. Mindblowing stuff if you ask me! from spaceporn

A unique view of the Space Shuttle Endeavour… from spaceporn

New image of Mars from the Mars Express from spaceporn

Space walk [3032×2064] from spaceporn

Atlas rocket breaking the sound barrier from spaceporn

Bruce McCandless II, is seen further away from the confines and safety of his ship than any previous astronaut had ever been. After a series of test maneuvers inside and above Challenger’s payload bay, McCandless went "free-flying" to a distance of 320 feet away from the Orbiter. [3000 x 3000] from spaceporn

Saturn’s hexagon… from spaceporn

Not a black hole, but a "molecular cloud" (known as Barnard 68) which is a high concentration of dust and molecular gas that absorbs practically all the visible light emitted from background stars. [4000 × 4000] from spaceporn

Gorgeously processed shot of Jupiter from spaceporn

Jupiter and its fifth moon, Io. Credit: NASA from spaceporn


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