Galactic center of the Milky Way rises over Texas

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+21 1. googleiscool commented 10 years ago

that is very nice
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-12 2. banzemanga commented 10 years ago

Oh no! A cloud of aliens! We are getting invaded! >:)
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+22 3. Divljina commented 10 years ago

OMG This is great! Damn Sun...
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+10 4. Noobeater commented 10 years ago

Fake! They're just pulling a canvas over texas is all.
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+6 5. 95731 commented 10 years ago

thats nice
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-3 6. Babinizats commented 10 years ago

LOL #4 I knew it.
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+10 7. peterpan007 commented 10 years ago

It looks like there is a rip in the fabric of the universe ..... so cool
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+4 8. LappyPro commented 10 years ago

Can that really be seen by your own eyes?
sorry I am a little dumb when comes to this space stuffs.
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-4 9. moskwiz commented 10 years ago

wow. awesome.. I wish stuff like that would be visible where I live.. but alas.. too high up on the planet and the atmosphere is too thick :|

Oh well, guess I'll just have to make due with cooler summers and less malignant skincancer :P
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+3 10. JimDunlop commented 10 years ago

Is it just me, or does that look like one, giant, celestial hoo-ha? 8-)
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+3 11. messmaker commented 10 years ago

It's a bending hoo-ha!
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+2 12. Fergus_Thedog commented 10 years ago

ROFLPMP - "giant, celestial hoo-ha". Funniest thing I have seen on the net for some time.
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+6 13. nooitaf (admin) commented 10 years ago

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+5 14. MsZoomy commented 10 years ago

The Stars at night
Shine big and bright
Deep in the heart of Texas!!!

(bending space hoo-ha? you guys are nuts!!! ;)
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+3 15. Paul1968 commented 10 years ago

only one word to describe this........ .STUNNING
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+1 16. captainwillies commented 10 years ago

#4 kill yourself
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+4 17. beethoven9 commented 10 years ago

I took my children to a star party at Mcdonald Observatory on March 24th and we say a beautiful night but nothing like this, what a great experience and thanks for sharing
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+2 18. DBLVO commented 10 years ago

:O IF IT'S FROM TEXAS....IT'S GOT TO BE BIG & AWSOME !
I'M A TEXAN AND I'M STUNNED. THAT WAS FABULOUS FILMING.
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+1 19. cyberdevil commented 7 years ago

Looks awesome, what's cool is that you can see the sky that well even with all the surrounding activity...