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10X15 3 Bedrooms With 150 square feet of space, this large unit can typically store the contents of 3 bedrooms. This space is also ideal for larger items like televisions, pianos, couches, or tables.

Imagination = Space = Boundaries Your words are the manifestation of your thoughts. Your determine your . Meditate through art to cultivate your imagination and soothe your soul.

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Space 1999 and 2001 were way off on the timing, but maybe now we're on the verge of having a moon base, thanks to . Joshua Chou from considers the prospects, via

Meanwhile a new spaceplane OKM-9A0 (still without a name) performed it's first orbital flight! 🚀 (almost) everything was working well so I can start to use it for commercial flights to LEO and LEO-based space stations!

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Yassssssssssss! look at the stars ... look how they shine for you...(coldplay)🥰 🎶🎵💗💜🌌

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"⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ A sheer delight." Winning the war is only half the battle. Alex must ferret out a traitor before the world is doomed. Alex & the Lost Souls - The Immortal Realms Book 2

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Ancients of Sea and Sky : They may look like round rocks, but they’re alive. Moreover, they are modern versions of one of the oldest known forms of life: stromatolites. Fossils indicate that stromatolites appeared on Earth about 3.7 billion years ago – even before many of the familiar stars in the modern night sky were formed. In the featured image taken in Western Australia, only the ancient central arch of our Milky Way Galaxy formed earlier. Even the Magellanic Clouds, satellite galaxies of our Milky Way and visible in the featured image below the Milky Way’s arch, didn’t exist in their current form when stromatolites first grew on Earth. Stromatolites are accreting biofilms of billions of microorganisms that can slowly move toward light. Using this light to liberate oxygen into the air, ancient stromatolites helped make Earth hospitable to other life forms including, eventually, humans. via NASA

This is Saturn during equinox in August 2009. The Cassini spacecraft became the first to photograph an equinox on Saturn, a 15-year event that took place Aug. 11. This photo is a composite of images that Cassini shot over eight hours. Pic by Space Science Institute / JPL / NASA [960x697]


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