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Our Place in the Galaxy

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On September 28th, NASA astronaut Reid Wiseman took a stunning picture of Earth set against a backdrop of the greater Milky Way galaxy to which our Solar System belongs.  The image was taken from the International Space Station where Wiseman is stationed.

(Image Credit: Reid Wiseman/NASA)

According the Wiseman the orange hue of Earth is from the sand of the Sahara Desert.  It also seems that the blue-purple swirl of the Milky Way is genuine and was not enhanced using false-color techniques.

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Kristen E. Strubberg is the Editor-in-Chief for TGNR. Kristen founded TGNR in 2013 - seeking to create a high quality platform for original, eclectic and substantive positive news journalism by attracting expert contributors in many varying subjects. Kristen also works as a clinical medical researcher in Cardiology, with an original background in Neuroscience. Her passion for science has translated to her science-fiction specialization, with her highly adept published insights into the best of sci-fi’s popular culture. Kristen has served as TGNR’s Editor-in-Chief since 2013.

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