Monday, December 31, 2007

APOD Pictures of the Year for 2007

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APOD: 2007 January 22

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The Magnificent Tail of Comet McNaught

Credit & Copyright: Robert H. McNaught

APOD: 2007 February 3

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Alborz Mountains in Moonlight
Credit & Copyright: Babak Tafreshi


APOD: 2007 March 16

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Eclipsing the Rings
Credit & Copyright: Pete Lawrence (Digital-Astronomy)


APOD: 2007 April 13

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Seven Dusty Sisters
Credit: NASA, JPL-Caltech, J. Stauffer (SSC, Caltech)


APOD: 2007 April 18

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Barred Spiral Galaxy NGC 1672
Credit: NASA, ESA, Hubble Heritage Team (STScI / AURA) Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA);
Acknowledgment: L. Jenkins (GSFC/U. Leicester)


APOD: 2007 May 8

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A Dark Sky Over Death Valley
Credit: Dan Duriscoe, U.S. National Park Service


APOD: 2007 June 8

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Markarian's Eyes
Credit & Copyright: Ken Crawford (Rancho Del Sol Observatory)


APOD: 2007 June 25

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The International Space Station Expands Again
Credit: STS-117 Shuttle Crew, NASA


APOD: 2007 September 20

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Northern Cygnus
Credit & Copyright: Robert Gendler


APOD: 2007 October 10

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The Strange Trailing Side of Saturn's Iapetus
Credit: Cassini Imaging Team, SSI, JPL, ESA, NASA


APOD: 2007 October 22

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Victoria Crater on Mars
Credit: Mars Exploration Rover Mission, Cornell, JPL, NASA


APOD: 2007 November 10

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A Tale of Comet Holmes
Credit & Copyright: Ivan Eder and (inset) Paolo Berardi

3 comments:

Tommy said...

The ISS looks like its made from an erector set!

Greg said...

Am I the only one that wonders why some parts of a Nasa picture are blacked out, like in #3?

lol besides that, I sure as hell would like to admire the view like the one in that Death Valley picture!

tina said...

Oooo..cool!