A Morning in Every Moment / Negative Influence of Social Media / Thank You Officer Brandon Gilbert / NASA 2016 Pictures of the Day / Friday: T. B. A.

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            Let your Spirit take you.

The greatest Blessings of mankind
are within us.
They are within our reach.

Far, far beneath
the Splendor and the Majesty
of this moment,
we hide our Hearts
in a shadowy existence.
But
there is no darkness
when we choose
to banish the night.

My Dear Friends,
there is a Light,
bright shining like a Star,
that belongs to you.
You cannot see it
by gloom of night.
But wait.
With your fervent Prayer
it will unfurl its Splendor
and burst into sight.
And there
will be your delight.

Yes,
there is a morning
in every moment
that brings a Love story
to Life.

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   There is a Star that belongs to you.

Gently,
close your tired eyes,
and surrender to the Heart
that truly possesses you.
In the darkness
of your fears
is the Light,
a Light Divine.

Your mind
can never begin the journey
to be free,
until you leave
the vexing years
that knew you.

Let your Spirit take you
where your fears
cannot bind you,
to where your dreams begin:
to where your Heart sings
and you savor the flavor
of every single moment
Love and Life can bring.

halo-sun

                  Peace attend Thee

There is a harmony
only you can write.
It will take you
to where you long to be,
to where the mind
fragrantly forgets,
to where the Heart
takes flight.

And
if you look down
upon your own Creation,
the only explanation
you will have found
is the Love that abounds
all around.

And if you look
even deeper,
within your very Human Heart,
you will find YOU
hiding deep inside.

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  The future is the past dreaming.

Yes,
begin a new journey!
Leave all thoughts of the World
you knew before.
Let your Spirit take you
where you so long to be:
in Love with Love,
and in Love with Life,
and at last
free.

“Ninety-nine percentfuller
of who you are
is invisible
and
untouchable.”

Buckminster Fuller

Always,
will we be
frozen in time,
until the day we realize,
tis’ the Heart that truly sees,
not the finite
mind.

Love is:
a Peace
that longs to attend Thee,
an acceptance
that this moment
harbors Infinity,
a knowing
God will send Thee
visions of His Light,
to pierce that darkest dark
of every night.

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              Begin a new journey!

So sleep My Friend
and Peace attend Thee
and Pray to God
to send Thee
His ever present Light,
so that you may truly see
through the lens of Love
there is no
night,
no unfeeling cold,
no darkness to stir and wake
the imagination to fright,
to silently abandon your defenses
and heighten sensations
that steal from you
every day and night.

You can Live
as you’ve never Lived before,
and Love everyone
and every Living thing
in sight.

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Love is
the most Beautiful thing
we can experience.
Bring your Love Story
to Life,
and be unafraid
to brave the Dawn.

The Human Heart
has its own gravity,
and the center of gravity
is the Heart’s desire.

The future
is the past
dreaming.
Let your Dream
begin.

Goodnight.

freedom

Be unafraid to brave the Dawn.

“You would not believe your eyes
If ten million fireflies
Lit up the world as I fell asleep,
‘Cause they’d fill the open air
And leave tear drops everywhere.

youngYou’d think me rude
But I would just stand and stare
I’d like to make myself believe
That planet Earth turns slowly
It’s hard to say that I’d rather stay
 awake when I’m asleep
‘Cause
everything is never
as it seems
.”

Adam Young
.

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      This moment harbors Infinity.

Social media
is great for sharing personal experiences,
but it has a strong negative influence
on our lives,
as it prevents us
from actually experiencing life!

The lack of face to face communication
puts a toll on our lives,
making it harder for us
to really communicate
with other people.

When you gather with friends
there are good times,
which are not going to come back.

Encourage
your children to leave
the phone at home.
Give them a chance
to truly live
Life.

“Success consists of goingwinston
from failure to failure
without loosing
enthusiasm.”

Winston Churchill

.
Arlington Police Officer

buys struggling mom new car seats
read more

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 Photo:  Fox4 News.com

From Fox4 News.com comes another beautiful story of Love and Compassion. An Arlington mother got more than she expected after she was pulled over. Instead of writing the woman a ticket for broken car seats, the officer bought new ones.

Alexis Jones says she knew her car seats were in really bad shape and was waiting until black Friday to go out and get new ones. But the Arlington police officer got to her first.

Jones was with her 3-year-old daughter and her 9-month-old son, and Arlington Police Officer Brandon Gilbert was ready to write her a ticket.

“The car seat was broken. It was a very old car seat,” the officer said. “And there really wasn’t any way of restraining the child that was inside the car seat because it was broken.”

Jones already was trying to manage a new job and a new apartment. The dash cam shows the officer putting the car seat on the hood of the patrol car and helping her with it.

“I thought about taking enforcement action,” Gilbert admitted. “But then I thought that’s not gonna help her.”

But it wasn’t until he got home that Officer Gilbert decided he needed to respond – not as an officer, but as a fellow parent.

Officer Gilbert brought two big boxes of car seats and stuffed animals,” Jones said. “And I was just in total shock. It was just it was amazing, actually.”

Gilbert used his own money to buy two car seats. He brought them over to her house and showed her how to install them.

“Lord willing I don’t, but if I was to get in a car accident, they would be safe,” Jones said. “I just feel so much better every time I drive my car.”

It was an act of Love and Kindness that Jones says made all the difference in the world.

If you can further assist Alexis Jones please contact Officer Gilbert at the Arlington Police Department. And may God Bless You.

Thank you officer Brandon Gilbert.
We Love you too.

 click here to read more from
William Anderson’s tribute to Peace Officers
in
Guardians of the Gardens of Life

mother-and-child

“If I could be a little girl again
This is how I wish it would have been.
I’d watch slowly the flowers grow,
I’d watch slowly the rivers flow,
If I could be a little girl again.

If I could be a little girl again
This is how I wish it would have been.
I’d watch the sunrise every day,
and see the sunset come what may.
If I could be a little girl again.

If I could be a little girl again
This is how I wish it would have been.
I’d kiss the birds, and love the bees
And make sure that I climbed every tree.
If I could be a little girl again.

If I could be a little girl again
I’d never miss a beat of life
Until the Lord says your mine tonight,
Then with eyes glowing alive and bright
I’d be that little girl again.”
– Gail C. Berreitter

many-waterfalls

Savor the flavor of every single moment.

“Nothing comes from violence
and nothing ever could.
For all those born
beneath an angry star

Lest we forget
how fragile we are.

On and on the rain will fall
Like tears from a star,
like tears from a star

On and on the rain will say
How fragile we are,
how fragile we are.”

– Sting

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      Where the Heart takes flight.

“Learn from those who can teach you.
The experiences of those who preceded us
in our ‘dead poets’,
help you walk through life.
Today’s society is us ‘poets alive’.
Do not let life pass you live without that.”
– Edu Fau
.
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He is a Registered Sanitarian and Health Inspector.

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Adoption Home Inspections
Daycare Inspections
Swimming Pool Inspections
Food Handler Training
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.                                           Important Dates

                                         (subject to change)
.
Dec. 22 (Thur, – changed from Dec. 20)  Last Day of Fall Semester

Dec. 23 – Jan. 4                      Winter Break Holiday

Jan. 5 (Thursday)                     Second Semester begins

Jan. 16 (Monday)                      Rev. Dr. Martin L. King Holiday

Jan. 20                                       Fort Worth Stock Show

Feb. 20 (Monday)                      President’s Day Holiday

Mar. 13-17                                  Spring Break Holidays

April 14  & 17 (Fri. & Mon.)      Good Friday & Easter

April 28                                     Scarborough Renaissance Festival

May 22-26                                 Adventure Trip

May 26                                      Last Day of Semester

May 27                                     Dr. A admitted for therapy (you understand)

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“For Love one can die. But for the      lack of Love, one will surely die.”          – Wm. C. Anderson

Astronomy Pictures of the Day Archive 2016
NASA images are in the public domain

Enjoy!

aurora-over-juno-nasa2016 December 06: Aurora over Jupiters South Pole from Juno
2016 December 05: Lightning over Colorado
2016 December 04: Official Star Names for Orion
2016 December 03: Galaxies in Pegasus
2016 December 02: A Triple Star is Born
2016 December 01: Flaming Star Nebula
2016 November 30: Milky Way over Shipwreck
2016 November 29: W5: The Soul of Star Formation
2016 November 28: Arp 240: A Bridge between Spiral Galaxies from Hubble
2016 November 27: Verona Rupes: Tallest Known Cliff in the Solar System
2016 November 26: East to West, Light and Shadow
2016 November 25: Apollo 17 VIP Site Anaglyph
2016 November 24: Ring Scan
2016 November 23: NGC 7635: Bubble in a Cosmic Sea
2016 November 22: Plutos Sputnik Planum
2016 November 21: Nova over Thailand
2016 November 20: NGC 4414: A Flocculent Spiral Galaxy
2016 November 19: IC 5070: A Dusty Pelican in the Swan
2016 November 18: Philadelphia Perigee Full Moon
2016 November 17: Soyuz vs Supermoon
2016 November 16: The Heart and Soul Nebulas
2016 November 15: Cold Weather Delayed over North America
2016 November 14: Supermoon and Space Station
2016 November 13: Super Moon vs Micro Moon
2016 November 12: NGC 891 vs Abell 347
2016 November 11: NGC 7822 in Cepheus
2016 November 10: Great Rift Near the Center of the Milky Way
2016 November 09: M63: The Sunflower Galaxy from Hubble
2016 November 08: The Cosmic Web of the Tarantula Nebula
2016 November 07: Inverted City Beneath Clouds
2016 November 06: Starburst Cluster in NGC 3603
2016 November 05: ISS Fisheye Flythrough
2016 November 04: Portrait of NGC 281
2016 November 03: NGC 253: Dusty Island Universe
2016 November 02: M27: The Dumbbell Nebula
2016 November 01: Arp 299: Black Holes in Colliding Galaxies
2016 October 31: Ghost Aurora over Canada
2016 October 30: Halloween and the Ghost Head Nebula
2016 October 29: Moonset at Whitby Abbey
2016 October 28: Haunting the Cepheus Flare
2016 October 27: A Giant Squid in the Flying Bat
2016 October 26: Propeller Shadows on Saturn’s Rings
2016 October 25: Clouds Near Jupiter’s South Pole from Juno
2016 October 24: HI4PI: The Hydrogen Sky
2016 October 23: Eagle Aurora over Norway
2016 October 22: Cerro Tololo Trails
2016 October 21: Full Moon in Mountain Shadow
2016 October 20: The Tulip in the Swan
2016 October 19: M45: The Pleiades Star Cluster
2016 October 18: The Antlia Cluster of Galaxies
2016 October 17: An Atlas V Rocket Launches OSIRIS REx
2016 October 16: Cylindrical Mountains on Venus
2016 October 15: Gemini Observatory North
2016 October 14: Herschel’s Orion
2016 October 13: Galaxies from the Altiplano
2016 October 12: Penumbral Lunar Eclipse
2016 October 11: The Cygnus Wall of Star Formation
2016 October 10: The Winds of Earth
2016 October 09: Hurricane Ivan from the Space Station
2016 October 08: Moon, Mercury, and Twilight Radio
2016 October 07: The Hydrogen Clouds of M33
2016 October 06: Trifid, Lagoon, and Mars
2016 October 05: A Crumbling Layered Butte on Mars
2016 October 04: Nest of the Eagle Nebula
2016 October 03: Explore Rosetta’s Comet
2016 October 02: Aurora Over White Dome Geyser
2016 October 01: Rosetta’s Farewell
2016 September 30: Lynds Dark Nebula 1251
2016 September 29: Five Hundred Meter Aperture Spherical Telescope
2016 September 28: NGC 3576: The Statue of Liberty Nebula
2016 September 27: Jupiter’s Europa from Spacecraft Galileo
2016 September 26: Gaia: Here Comes the Sun
2016 September 25: Saturn from Above
2016 September 24: Heart and Soul and Double Cluster
2016 September 23: Harvest Moon Eclipse
2016 September 22: Sunset at Edmontonhenge
2016 September 21: Zooming in on Star Cluster Terzan 5
2016 September 20: The Helix Nebula in Infrared
2016 September 19: 50000 Kilometers over the Sun
2016 September 18: Starry Night Scavenger Hunt
2016 September 17: M33: Triangulum Galaxy
2016 September 16: Full Moon over Brno
2016 September 15: Retrograde Mars and Saturn
2016 September 14: The North and South Jupiter
2016 September 13: NGC 1672: Barred Spiral Galaxy from Hubble
2016 September 12: Philae Lander Found on Comet 67P
2016 September 11: All the Water on Planet Earth
2016 September 10: The Launch of OSIRIS REx
2016 September 09: The Wide and Deep Lagoon
2016 September 08: Mars in the Clouds
2016 September 07: Eclipse to Sunset
2016 September 06: The Whirlpool Galaxy and Beyond
2016 September 05: Spiral Meteor through the Heart Nebula
2016 September 04: Io over Jupiter from Voyager 1
2016 September 03: Reunion Island Eclipse
2016 September 02: Little Planet Astro Camp
2016 September 01: Light at the End of the Road
2016 August 31: Annular Solar Eclipse over New Mexico
2016 August 30: Aurora over Icelandic Fault
2016 August 29: Young Suns of NGC 7129
2016 August 28: Abell 370: Galaxy Cluster Gravitational Lens
2016 August 27: Lunar Orbiter Earthset
2016 August 26: The Milky Way Sets
2016 August 25: Closest Star has Potentially Habitable Planet
2016 August 24: Curiosity at Murray Buttes on Mars
2016 August 23: Gigantic Jet Lightning over China
2016 August 22: Tutulemma: Solar Eclipse Analemma
2016 August 21: Map of Total Solar Eclipse Path in 2017 August
2016 August 20: Gamma rays and Comet Dust
2016 August 19: Perseid Fireball at Sunset Crater
2016 August 18: Perseid Night at Yosemite
2016 August 17: Meteor before Galaxy
2016 August 16: Five Planets and the Moon over Australia
2016 August 15: Human as Spaceship
2016 August 14: The Keyhole in the Carina Nebula
2016 August 13: Perseid from Torralba del Burgo
2016 August 12: The Easterbunny Comes to NGC 4725
2016 August 11: Perseid, Aurora, and Noctilucent Clouds
2016 August 10: Colliding Galaxies in Stephans Quintet
2016 August 09: Mars at Closest Approach 2016
2016 August 08: Perseid Meteors over Mount Shasta
2016 August 07: Io: Moon over Jupiter
2016 August 06: Las Campanas Moon and Mercury
2016 August 05: Apollo 15 Panorama
2016 August 04: M63: Sunflower Galaxy Wide Field
2016 August 03: Behold the Universe
2016 August 02: A Rocket Booster Falls Back to Earth
2016 August 01: Behind Saturn
2016 July 31: A Huge Solar Filament Erupts
2016 July 30: Ripples Through a Dark Sky
2016 July 29: Blue Danube Analemma
2016 July 28: Herschel’s Eagle Nebula
2016 July 27: M13: A Great Globular Cluster of Stars
2016 July 26: Puzzling a Sky over Argentina
2016 July 25: Deep Magellanic Clouds Image Indicates Collisions
2016 July 24: M2 9: Wings of a Butterfly Nebula
2016 July 23: Summer Planets and Milky Way
2016 July 22: Galaxy Cluster Abell S1063 and Beyond
2016 July 21: Falcon 9: Launch and Landing
2016 July 20: Dark Dunes on Mars
2016 July 19: Color the Universe
2016 July 18: The Orion Nebula in Infrared from HAWK I
2016 July 17: Mercury on the Horizon
2016 July 16: The North Celestial Tower
2016 July 15: NGC 2736: The Pencil Nebula
2016 July 14: NGC 1309: Spiral Galaxy and Friends
2016 July 13: M7: Open Star Cluster in Scorpius
2016 July 12: Chasing Juno
2016 July 11: Aurorae on Jupiter
2016 July 10: Moon Meets Jupiter
2016 July 09: Noctilucent Clouds Tour France
2016 July 08: The Swirling Core of the Crab Nebula
2016 July 07: The Altiplano Night
2016 July 06: Arp 286: Trio in Virgo
2016 July 05: The Colorful Clouds of Rho Ophiuchi
2016 July 04: IC 4628: The Prawn Nebula
2016 July 03: The Cat’s Eye Nebula
2016 July 02: Firefly Trails and the Summer Milky Way
2016 July 01: Juno Approaching Jupiter
2016 June 30: The New World Atlas of Artificial Sky Brightness
2016 June 29: From Alpha to Omega in Crete
2016 June 28: Juno Mission Trailer
2016 June 27: Anticrepuscular Rays over Colorado II
2016 June 26: Jupiter’s Clouds from New Horizons
2016 June 25: Strawberry to Honey Moonrise
2016 June 24: Sagittarius Sunflowers
2016 June 23: Solstice Dawn and Full Moonset
2016 June 22: Cirrus over Paris
2016 June 21: NGC 6814: Grand Design Spiral Galaxy from Hubble
2016 June 20: Sunrise Solstice over Stonehenge
2016 June 19: Galaxy and Planets Beyond Bristlecone Pines
2016 June 18: Sputnik Planum vs. Krun Macula
2016 June 17: Comet PanSTARRS in the Southern Fish
2016 June 16: Northern Lights above Lofoten
2016 June 15: GW151226: A Second Confirmed Source of Gravitational Radiation
2016 June 14: The North America and Pelican Nebulas
2016 June 13: Unexplained Dimmings in KIC 8462852
2016 June 12: A Roll Cloud Over Uruguay
2016 June 11: The Fornax Cluster of Galaxies
2016 June 10: NGC 6888: The Crescent Nebula
2016 June 09: Pluto at Night
2016 June 08: The Horsehead Nebula in Infrared from Hubble
2016 June 07: Night on Venus in Infrared from Orbiting Akatsuki
2016 June 06: The Supernova and Cepheids of Spiral Galaxy UGC 9391
2016 June 05: Comet PanSTARRS and the Helix Nebula
2016 June 04: The Shadow of Surveyor 1
2016 June 03: NGC 4631: The Whale Galaxy
2016 June 02: Three Planets from Pic du Midi
2016 June 01: Tycho’s Supernova Remnant Expands
2016 May 31: Stars and Gas of the Running Chicken Nebula
2016 May 30: Galaxy Evolution Tracking Animation
2016 May 29: Valles Marineris: The Grand Canyon of Mars
2016 May 28: Cat’s Eye Wide and Deep
2016 May 27: The Great Carina Nebula
2016 May 26: IC 5067 in the Pelican Nebula
2016 May 25: NGC 5078 and Friends
2016 May 24: Milky Way Over the Spanish Peaks
2016 May 23: Inside a Daya Bay Antineutrino Detector
2016 May 22: LL Orionis: When Cosmic Winds Collide
2016 May 21: Milky Way and Planets Near Opposition
2016 May 20: 3D Mercury Transit
2016 May 19: The Surface of Europa
2016 May 18: Halo from Atacama
2016 May 17: The Orion Nebula in Visible and Infrared
2016 May 16: Clouds of the Carina Nebula
2016 May 15: Milky Way Over Quiver Tree Forest
2016 May 14: Falcon 9 and Milky Way
2016 May 13: ISS and Mercury Too
2016 May 12: A Transit of Mercury
2016 May 11: A Mercury Transit Music Video from SDO
2016 May 10: Saturn and Mars visit Milky Way Star Clouds
2016 May 09: Webb Telescope Mirror Rises after Assembly
2016 May 08: Mercurys Transit: An Unusual Spot on the Sun
2016 May 07: Three Worlds for TRAPPIST 1
2016 May 06: NGC 7023: The Iris Nebula
2016 May 05: The SONG and the Hunter
2016 May 04: A Mercury Transit Sequence
2016 May 03: Aurora over Sweden
2016 May 02: Crossing Mars
2016 May 01: Contemplating the Sun
2016 April 30: Moon over Makemake
2016 April 29: Fermi’s Gamma-ray Moon
2016 April 28: A Dust Angel Nebula
2016 April 27: Omega Centauri: The Brightest Globular Star Cluster
2016 April 26: NGC 6872: A Stretched Spiral Galaxy
2016 April 25: Simeis 147: Supernova Remnant
2016 April 24: M16: Pillars of Star Creation
2016 April 23: Milky Way in Moonlight
2016 April 22: NGC 7635: The Bubble Nebula
2016 April 21: The Comet, the Owl, and the Galaxy
2016 April 20: Galaxy Einstein Ring
2016 April 19: Andromeda on the Rocks
2016 April 18: The International Space Station over Earth
2016 April 17: Asperatus Clouds Over New Zealand
2016 April 16: Heliopause Electrostatic Rapid Transit System
2016 April 15: Mercury and Crescent Moon Set
2016 April 14: Full Venus and Crescent Moon Rise
2016 April 13: Orion in Red and Blue
2016 April 12: Combined Solar Eclipse Corona from Earth and Space
2016 April 11: The Comet and the Star Cluster
2016 April 10: Cassini Approaches Saturn
2016 April 09: A Green Flash of Spring
2016 April 08: Lapland Northern Lights
2016 April 07: Wolf-Lundmark-Melotte
2016 April 06: Auroras and the Magnetosphere of Jupiter
2016 April 05: Cancri 55 e: Climate Patterns on a Lava World
2016 April 04: Lucid Dreaming
2016 April 03: Close up of the Bubble Nebula
2016 April 02: Pluto’s Bladed Terrain in 3D
2016 April 01: Europa: Discover Life Under the Ice
2016 March 31: Big Dipper to Southern Cross
2016 March 30: NGC 6188 and NGC 6164
2016 March 29: NASA’s Curiosity Rover at Namib Dune (360 View)
2016 March 28: Orion’s Belt and Sword over Teide’s Peak
2016 March 27: NGC 6357: Cathedral to Massive Stars
2016 March 26: Solstice to Equinox Cubed
2016 March 25: Close Comet and the Milky Way
2016 March 24: Hickson 91 in Piscis Austrinus
2016 March 23: The Great Nebula in Carina
2016 March 22: Rainbow Airglow over the Azores
2016 March 21: Alaskan Moondogs
2016 March 20: A Picturesque Equinox Sunset
2016 March 19: 3D Ahuna Mons
2016 March 18: The W in Cassiopeia
2016 March 17: Close Comet and Large Magellanic Cloud
2016 March 16: A Phoenix Aurora over Iceland
2016 March 15: Cheering a Total Solar Eclipse
2016 March 14: Dark Nebulas across Taurus
2016 March 13: Neon Saturn
2016 March 12: The Flash Spectrum of the Sun
2016 March 11: Lunar Shadow Transit
2016 March 10: Dark Sun over Ternate
2016 March 09: Edge On Galaxy NGC 5866
2016 March 08: Solar Eclipse Shoes in the Classroom
2016 March 07: Mystery Feature Now Disappears in Titan Lake
2016 March 06: A Solar Prominence Eruption from SDO
2016 March 05: Cities at Night
2016 March 04: Sculptor Galaxy NGC 134
2016 March 03: Moons and Jupiter
2016 March 02: Unusual Clouds over Hong Kong
2016 March 01: NGC 3310: A Starburst Spiral Galaxy
2016 February 29: Julius Caesar and Leap Days
2016 February 28: IC 1848: The Soul Nebula
2016 February 27: Northern Pluto
2016 February 26: The Tarantula Nebula
2016 February 25: Highest, Tallest, and Closest to the Stars
2016 February 24: USA’s Northeast Megalopolis from Space
2016 February 23: A Supernova through Galaxy Dust
2016 February 22: Flying Over Pluto’s Moon Charon
2016 February 21: M82: Galaxy with a Supergalactic Wind
2016 February 20: Where Your Shadow Has Company
2016 February 19: NGC 2403 in Camelopardalis
2016 February 18: Hitomi Launches
2016 February 17: Milky Way over the Pinnacles in Australia
2016 February 16: Star Forming Region S106
2016 February 15: White Rock Fingers on Mars
2016 February 14: A Heart Shaped Lenticular Cloud
2016 February 13: Yutu on a Little Planet
2016 February 12: Two Black Holes Merge
2016 February 11: LIGO Detects Gravitational Waves from Merging Black Holes
2016 February 10: Galaxies in the River
2016 February 09: The Rise and Fall of Supernova 2015F
2016 February 08: Light Pillars over Alaska
2016 February 07: Advanced LIGO: Gravitational Wave Detectors Upgraded
2016 February 06: Five Planets at Castell de Burriac
2016 February 05: Massive Stars in NGC 6357
2016 February 04: Dwarf Planet Ceres
2016 February 03: Galaxy Wars: M81 versus M82
2016 February 02: Comet 67P from Spacecraft Rosetta
2016 February 01: Find the Man in the Moon
2016 January 31: MWC 922: The Red Square Nebula
2016 January 30: A Five Planet Dawn
2016 January 29: Hidden Galaxy IC 342
2016 January 28: Elliptical M60, Spiral NGC 4647
2016 January 27: An Airglow Fan from Lake to Sky
2016 January 26: A Candidate for the Biggest Boom Yet Seen
2016 January 25: Where Your Elements Came From
2016 January 24: Star Cluster R136 Bursts Out
2016 January 23: Big Dipper, Deep Sky
2016 January 22: 21st Century M101
2016 January 21: The View Toward M101
2016 January 20: Stars and Globules in the Running Chicken Nebula
2016 January 19: A Dark Sand Dune on Mars
2016 January 18: Proxima Centauri: The Closest Star
2016 January 17: The Galactic Center in Infrared
2016 January 16: The View Toward M106
2016 January 15: Wright Mons in Color
2016 January 14: Infrared Portrait of the Large Magellanic Cloud
2016 January 13: Reflections on the 1970s
2016 January 12: The California Nebula
2016 January 11: A Colorful Solar Corona over the Himalayas
2016 January 10: Sun Storm: A Coronal Mass Ejection
2016 January 09: Barred Spiral Galaxy NGC 1300
2016 January 08: Prometheus and the F Ring
2016 January 07: High Energy Andromeda
2016 January 06: Comets and Bright Star
2016 January 05: The Lagoon Nebula in Hydrogen Sulfur and Oxygen
2016 January 04: Earthset from the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter
2016 January 03: A Starry Night of Iceland
2016 January 02: Sky Lights in the New Year
2016 January 01: Comet Catalina Tails

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