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World's first forest in the sky, the Bosco Verticale green twin towers

A concept illustration of the world's first forest in the sky, the Bosco Verticale green twin towers currently under construction in Milan, Italy. Towering over the city skyline the world's first forest in the sky will be a sight to behold. With tree equal to one hectare of forest spanning 27 floors these 365 and 260 foot emerald twin towers will be home to an astonishing 730 trees, 5,000 shrubs and 11,000 ground cover plants. (Photo by Boeri Studio)
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27 Oct 2011 11:11:00
The galactic centre of the Milky Way glows brightly in the clear night sky above the lighthouse at Portland Bill on the Dorset Jurassic Coast, United Kingdom on April 13, 2021. (Photo by Graham Hunt/Alamy Live News)

The galactic centre of the Milky Way glows brightly in the clear night sky above the lighthouse at Portland Bill on the Dorset Jurassic Coast, United Kingdom on April 13, 2021. (Photo by Graham Hunt/Alamy Live News)
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29 Apr 2021 08:51:00
A meteorite of the swarm of meteorites Perseida flies above the Ujudvar TV Tower as seen from Ujudvar, Hungary, late Friday, August 13, 2021. Perseidas, one of the brightest meteorite swarms, consist of a multitude of stellar particles which due to their high speed glow up and burn by entering Earth's atmosphere. (Photo by Gyorgy Varga/MTI via AP Photo)

A meteorite of the swarm of meteorites Perseida flies above the Ujudvar TV Tower as seen from Ujudvar, Hungary, late Friday, August 13, 2021. Perseidas, one of the brightest meteorite swarms, consist of a multitude of stellar particles which due to their high speed glow up and burn by entering Earth's atmosphere. (Photo by Gyorgy Varga/MTI via AP Photo)
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21 Oct 2021 08:48:00
Key Monastery illuminated on a mountain in the Spiti Valley, Himachal Pradesh, northern India with an amazing nights sky illuminated beyond. (Photo by Grey Chow/Caters News Agency)

The Tibetan night sky was captured in these beautiful images showing the stunning buildings and statues in the Himalayan mountains. Grey Chow, 33, traveled for two hours to get to the Spiti Valley to capture the starry backdrop along the isolated, deserted roads. The senior project engineer was able to take amazingly clear images thanks to the limited amount of pollution at the 4,500-foot (1371m) altitude. (Photo by Grey Chow/Caters News Agency)
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06 Aug 2018 00:05:00
Flames rage through a pile of tires at the tire dump of Sesena in Toledo, Spain, 13 May 2016. The tire dump reportedly contains over 100,000 tons of tires and reaches to the neighbouring town of Valdemoro in Madrid. According to local authorities, the fire was apparently deliberately started as it had been raining till midnight and the fire started early 13 May 2016 at a small spot in Valdemoro. (Photo by Ismael Herrero/EPA)

Flames rage through a pile of tires at the tire dump of Sesena in Toledo, Spain, 13 May 2016. The tire dump reportedly contains over 100,000 tons of tires and reaches to the neighbouring town of Valdemoro in Madrid. According to local authorities, the fire was apparently deliberately started as it had been raining till midnight and the fire started early 13 May 2016 at a small spot in Valdemoro. (Photo by Ismael Herrero/EPA)
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14 May 2016 11:27:00
Whimsical Sky Art by Thomas Lamadieu

French artist Thomas Lamadieu, also know as Roots Art, must really love looking at the sky. Every time he looks up, Thomas sees a potential canvas where the building rooftops frame the sky. He photographs it and uses the odd sky shapes to create whimsical line drawings. “My artistic aim is to show a different perception of urban architecture and the everyday environment around us, what we can construct with a boundless imagination,” says Thomas. (Photo by Thomas Lamadieu)
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22 Apr 2013 05:17:00
Anomaly Spotted In Russian Night Sky

These photos and video were taken in the Russian city of Astrakhan on the evening of June 7th, 2012. (Photo by Maxim Korotshenko)
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12 Jun 2012 10:06:00
Conaster Iongimanus AKA The Icon Star Or Double Star

Iconaster longimanus, the icon star or double star, is a species of starfish in the family Goniasteridae. It is found in the west and central Indo-Pacific Ocean. The genus name comes from the Greek eikon, meaning portrait or image and possibly referring to the way the marginal plates frame the disc, and aster, meaning star. The specific name comes from the Latin longus manus and refers to the long, slender arms.
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14 Jul 2014 12:50:00