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Alp Kunkar
Alp Kunkar

Ancora tanto da scoprire sul nostro sistema solare.

Daha ne kadar seyle bilmiyoruz bizim gunes sisteminizde.

Javier Arqueros
Javier Arqueros

maravillosamenrte es nuestro systema solar...Marvelous our solar system.

Penni Todd
Penni Todd like.author.displayName 1 Like

woe! it looks like its and evil red blob with a giant mouth wide open

Penni Todd
Penni Todd

I agree with paulette ward ! it does look like\ a giant monster

Paulette Ward
Paulette Ward like.author.displayName 1 Like

It looks like a headless monster coming out of space. I love it... I don't see a name for it or what it is? I'll keep looking though, I find this monster very intriguing!! 

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