EI-BYO ATR42-300 Aer Arann

Arriving into Dublin Aiport 22nd December 2010. In what turned out to be the most severe weather to hit the country in years, the

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NASA names mission to sun after Prof. Eugene Parker

Thomas Zurbuchen, associate administrator for NASA’s Science Mission Directorate, speaks at a May 31 event at the University of Chicago, during which NASA announced

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Weather Cloud

With interchangeable ‘weather’ Posted by Phizzychick! on 2014-03-17 19:04:14 Tagged: , weather , forecast , cloud , sun , rain , raindrop , storm

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Extreme Seas

Had a lot of trouble taking photographs this day due to the terrible weather and the rough ocean. My poor Canon 550D had some

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Amazing Red Sunrise

Happy Wednesday…. looks like a glorious sunny day here in Sydney! Posted by missgeok on 2015-04-14 20:48:45 Tagged: , Red , Sunrise , amazing

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Our Reaction Viewing Total Solar Eclipse For The First Time – Marys Peak, Oregon 2017

Our reactions and a quick timelaps viewing the total solar eclipse for the first time from the highest peak in the Oregon Coast Range,

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Breaking News NASA: Name Of allah on Mars Miracle of Islam الكون قران صامت ينطق بعظمة الله

السلام عليكم و رحمة الله و بركاته الحمد لله الذي انزل الكتاب بالحق ليتبت الدين امنو.وهذى و بشر للمسلمين و اشهد ان لا اله

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Aurinkokunta (Solar System)

Aurinko nähtynä Aurinkokunnan eri kappaleilta SpaceEngine avaruussimulaattorissa. The Sun seen from different Solar System objects in the SpaceEngine space simulator. SpaceEngine http://en.spaceengine.org/ source [Prosperity]

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The August 21st, 2017 Total Eclipse and the Flat Earth – Part I

I’ve been searching high and low to find an animation that takes both the speed the earth rotates and the speed of the moon

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Unseen Eclipses: Solar Eclipses Impossible To See With The Human Eye | Solar Eclipse 2017 | TIME

Total Eclipses are utterly lovely, wonderfully eery, but eclipses are hardly just earthly phenomena. They happen everywhere in the cosmos, literally every second of

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