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Take a look at this capture of Jupiter peeking from behind our moon with also 4 of Jupiter’s moons out of its 70+ surround it! β€” β€” Follow @spacespot For more! 🀩 β€” β€” Credit: Velimir Popov . β€” β€” Tag @spacespot To be featured

Pick your favorite moon and why by letting us know in the comments! πŸ€” β€” β€” Follow @spacespot For more! 🀩 β€” β€” Credit: Unknown/ Tag below β€” β€” Tag @spacespot To be featured

These snails are zombies. They have been hijacked by parasites that control their brains and movements. It's a clever ploy to help the parasites' offspring spread and endure. Beneath this peaceful landscape...a snail has eaten parasites that've turne

Amazing how much technology visual so what’s really out there! Next step is to see it ourselves with our own eyes! How long till you think deep space travel is here? COMMENT BELOW β€” β€” Follow @spacespot For more! 🀩 β€” β€” Credit: @nasahubble . β€” β€” Tag

Supermassive black hole is feeding off of millions of stars! M106 is currently about 20 million light years away At first, you might be overcome by the beauty of this photo. I wouldn’t blame you. It’s primarily made of images taken of M106 by the Hub

M87 Black hole compared to our solar system! The M87 black hole is about 6.5 Billion times more massive than our sun and is about 55 million light-years away β€” β€” Follow @spacespot For more! 🀩 β€” β€” Credit: @nsfgov @xkcdcomic . β€” β€” Tag @spacespot To be

In around/about 4 billion years the Milky Way galaxy and Andromeda galaxy will collide in spectacular and dramatic event. The Andromeda galaxy is one of our closest galactic spiral neighbor. Tell us what your thoughts are on this? πŸ€” β€” β€” Follow @spac

We know we are small in the universe, but sometimes we need to see how small we really are. All we know for sure is where we are in our home Galactic supercluster Laniakea- now with in lies 100,000 galaxies, which gets spread out over 520 million lig

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