Hang On—What a Great Ride!

So here we are…together still…and 2015 has started.
Happy New Year!
Happy New Year 2015
This will be an incredible year
of new stuff. New Technology, new wonder drugs, new movies and songs, new books (do include a couple of mine please), new kids and grand-kids, new jobs, new places, new aches and pains, new ideas, new friends, and unfortunately…new loss.

We’re spinning through space at over 1000 miles per hour. Besides the spinning we’re traveling around the sun at over 67, 000 miles per hour. Getting dizzy yet?

There is no up.  Get over it.  Nothing…absolutely nothing is “up there.”  It’s all OUT THERE.  SPACE.

And here we are– you and me, being pushed against good ol’ Mother Earth by gravity.  Otherwise we would just float, not up, but out there. And somehow we both made it to 2015.

This past year, 2014, was an incredible year for space photography…the best ever. What’ does it look like OUT THERE?
We not only have the Hubble Telescope, but great pictures from NASA labs, space station astronauts, the Cassini spacecraft, Chandra X-Ray Observatory, and more.

Courtesy of the Huffington Post, enjoy the 29 most spectacular space photos of 2014.


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4 Responses to Hang On—What a Great Ride!

  1. Gorgeous and mind-boggling photos. Thanks for sharing them.

  2. Robert D. Levinson says:

    Reading a book called “The Fabric of the Cosmos” which discusses gravity, space time relativity, etc. I was doing pretty good until quantum mechanics. Wow Even Einstein was skeptical so I’m on his team.

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