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Rajeev Aggarwal
Rajeev Aggarwal

wen any human visits SPACE...than only he or she finds....what they are and what GOD IS......not on earth.


Fathima Amanat
Fathima Amanat

I can just dream to be up in space and see something like that with my own eyes..... :)

Joshua Jerrick
Joshua Jerrick

I wonder what it would be like to see the eclipse of the Martian moon on mars for myself? Fascinated is what I would probably feel.

Joshua Jerrick
Joshua Jerrick

The shot of the Himalayan Peak kind of reminds me of the mountain peaks in some of the movies I watch.

Joshua Jerrick
Joshua Jerrick

When a star dies it leaves a beautiful array of dust cloud for us to watch, just beautiful.

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