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geological "black layer" in north america indicates major event roughly 12,000 years ago, that triggered last ice age. also caused major die off on north american continent. more info, in addition to above link.

Vu de la Terre, Giordano Bruno, est un cratère rayonnant de 22 km de diamètre…

25 Best Things to Do in Tucson (AZ)

Tucson is located in Pima County in the state of Arizona. The second largest city in Arizona after Phoenix, Tucson has a population of over 500,000 inhabitants and is also home to the University of Arizona. The city is north of the US-Mexico border and is heavily influenced by the desert region in w

Florida: Mosque to broadcast Islamic call to prayer, Councilman says potential noise ‘nuisance’

Florida: Mosque to broadcast Islamic call to prayer, Councilman says potential noise ‘nuisance’ | Creeping Sharia

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Curiosity, vu du ciel (de Mars) –

Curiosity, vu du ciel (de Mars

Curiosity, vu du ciel (de Mars) –

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A piece of Mars: Dunes near the north and south poles get cold in the winter, just like they do on Earth. Except on Mars instead of H2O ice, it's a mix of CO2 and H2O ice (mostly CO2). In the spring the white ice slowly disappears, revealing the dark dunes underneath. (HiRISE PSP_002033_1325, NASA/JPL/University of Arizona)

Un cadeau de la Nasa : un reflet de Soleil sur un lac... de Titan

Le Soleil se reflète sur le lac Kraken, près du pôle de nord de Titan. L'image a été prise le 8 juillet 2009, lors du 59ème survol de ce satellite, par l'instrument VIMS de la sonde Cassini. L'engin se trouvait alors à 200.000 kilomètres du satellite de Saturne et la résolution est de 100 km par pixel. © NASA/JPL/University of Arizona/DLR

Incredible Close-Up Photos of Mars Will Totally Trip You Out

"This site along a Coprates Chasma ridge shows what are called recurring slope lineae (or RSL) on generally north-facing slopes in northern Summer/southern Winter." Source: NASA/JPL/University of Arizona