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Scotland is renowned for its mad rockets. But there's now a whole bunch of Scottish companies doing all kinds of amazing things with technology. 🚀🌌🌙⭐️✨




Did you know....... Apple sauce was the first food to be consumed in space! Eaten by John Glenn during the Friendship 7 flight in 1962. #1962




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Mariner 4 was the first spacecraft to return close-up images of the red planet. Its blurry views of craters and bare ground led some scientists to think that Mars is similar to the moon, but unlikely to hold living organisms.















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The European Centre for Space Law (ECSL) is organizing its annual events in this year! Check out the Young Lawyers’ Symposium: Application deadline has passed unfortunately, but good to know about the event!




This is what a volcanic eruption looks like from space! The photo was taken in 2009 when the ISS passed over the Sarychev volcano just at the right time.🌋 | 📸: | |







at the Global Space Congress With Artiom Anisimov, Carlos Niederstrasser, Alia Al Mansoori, Cody James and Dr. Naeema Al Darmaki. Moderated by Anu Ojha.



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Giant squid-shaped nebula or Ou4 lies within Sh2-129 or flying bat nebula some 2,300 light-years away toward the constellation Cepheus. Credit: Rolf Geissinger. via /r/spaceporn. Picture posted by /u/MistWeaver80.

“I’d rather spend my time with unidentified flying objects”

I’d be rather happy spending my time with unidentified flying objects and distinguished marshans rather than here with the rather uninteresting and dull humanoid robots who occupy the earths islands, although i find animal species extremely profound. The various hairy, colourful, scaly, slippery, glowing, furry menagerie which inhabit the islands of the earth, its wonderful to think this is still an unknown subject and there are many species laying undiscovered, how fascinating….