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February 24 2014

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"I was evacuated from the town of Pripyat after the infamous Chernobyl nuclear power plant accident in 1986. I was one years old. Two years ago I went there for the first time and photographed our old apartment for my photography project. Recently I found an old black and white picture of my dad holding me in the very same room in 1985 and composed them together. RIP dad. Pictures dated 1985-2012 you can see some other picture from my project Prypyat mon amour on my website www.alinarudya.com"
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John Atkinson Grimshaw
A Lane In Headingley, Leeds, 1881
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May 01 2013

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Mandarin
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April 08 2013

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Night of the Long Leonid
Image Credit & Copyright: Stéphane Vetter (Nuits sacrees)

Explanation: A cosmic grain of sand left the long and colorful trail across this all-sky view. Its grazing impact with planet Earth's atmosphere began at 71 kilometers per second. With the Milky Way stretching from horizon to horizon, the scene was captured on the night of November 17 from the astronomically popular high plateau at Champ du Feu in Alsace, France. Of course, the earthgrazer meteor belongs to this month's Leonid meteor shower, produced as our fair planet annually sweeps through dust from the tail of periodic Comet Tempel-Tuttle. The shower's radiant point in the constellation Leo is very close to the eastern horizon, near the start of the trail at the lower left. Bright planet Jupiter is also easy to spot, immersed in a faint band of Zodiacal light just below and right of center. The image is part of a dramatic time-lapse video (vimeo here) that began only 7 minutes before the long leonid crossed the sky.

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"...Further examination revealed the object was not a rock asteroid but instead the S-IVB third stage of the Apollo 12 Saturn V rocket (serial S-IVB-507)..."
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March 26 2013

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'Deadline' por Don Motta.
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