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See how NASA's new Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle, based on the Orion capsule, stacks up against other crewed spaceships in this SPACE.com infographic.

See how NASA's new Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle, based on the Orion capsule, stacks up against other crewed spaceships in this SPACE.com infographic.

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Amazing wallpapers, phone wallpapers, kawaii wallpapers, pastel wallpaper, HD wallpapers, screen savers, backgrounds, colourful

Milky way night shot, foreground and background composed of different shots from same location, same night.

Milky way night shot, foreground and background composed of different shots from same location, same night.

For more of the greatest collection of #Nebula in the Universe... For more of…

For more of the greatest collection of #Nebula in the Universe... For more of…

The labels on the light ray with different pieces of information each are informative and blend in with the background. The light ray also resembles a spaceship, which gives me some ideas.

The labels on the light ray with different pieces of information each are informative and blend in with the background. The light ray also resembles a spaceship, which gives me some ideas.

No Escape From It: Dive Into a Black Hole That Distorts Space and Time

No Escape From It: Dive Into a Black Hole That Distorts Space and Time

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Universal scale

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Voie Lactée

If there's intelligent life within 100 light years of our planet, it's likely they've already gotten an earful (or antennae-ful, or whatever analogous organ-ful) of our radio and TV shows, which have been leaking into space since we first started broadcasting them. Scientists have also sent messages, images and even phonograph records into space in order to show E.T. that humanity isn't just about 'The Lone Ranger' and 'I Love Lucy.'

If there's intelligent life within 100 light years of our planet, it's likely they've already gotten an earful (or antennae-ful, or whatever analogous organ-ful) of our radio and TV shows, which have been leaking into space since we first started broadcasting them. Scientists have also sent messages, images and even phonograph records into space in order to show E.T. that humanity isn't just about 'The Lone Ranger' and 'I Love Lucy.'

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