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"Waltz Around Saturn with this video showing highlights from Cassini's exploration of the giant planet, its magnificent rings, and fascinating family of moons.
This video shows a selection from more than 200.000 pictures taken by the Cassini Spacecraft around Saturn's Rings in a period between 2004 and 2012, published through the Planetary Data System between June 2005 and June 2013 - If you want to know more about the mission please visit saturn.jpl.nasa.gov/ "
Citylights increases the focal distance of my previous work, documenting in found images human habitation on a global scale using the reflected light of population as seen from Earth's orbit, a graph-like portrait of human activity—desire—and its geographic distribution across the surface of our planet. Inversion of this image questions the arbitrary nature of man's sense of his own orientation in the physical realm on earth and in space, also suggesting fireflies seeking a mate against the blackness of night.
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Between NASA, Hubble Heritage and the European Space Agency, 2013 has seen some amazing space photography.
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Astrophysicist Dr. Emily Rice, Hubble Image Processor Zolt Levay and Astronomer David W. Hogg were brought together in this video by PBS to talk on why it's so beautiful and how it's so important to take photos of space.
In no particular order, the 5 most amazing photo posts of 2012.
Award-winning photographer Tim Flach brings a portraiture eye and intention to animal photos. Just amazing.
Tiltshift does this interesting thing where it both removes a lot of the distance between you and the subject and distorts it past recognition.
4. VIBRANT JELLYFISH PHOTOS