Sure, if you're ready to bring in Ceres, Haumea, Makemake, and Eris, and almost certainly Orcus, 2002 MS4, Salacia, Quaoar, 2007 OR10, Sedna, and probably another 10,000 or so.It's a ginormous ball of dirty space ice, but yeah it looks very cool.
I think it should get planet status back too, I never agreed with it being cut from the roster.
Time has a bunch of colorized photos, here; http://time.com/3814470/see-the-american-civil-war-in-color-photographs/
But I found this one to be particularly cool. Most of the photos from that era almost don't seem real.
It's sad that one of this nations greatest sons would be pushed out of debates in this era.Sure, if you're ready to bring in Ceres, Haumea, Makemake, and Eris, and almost certainly Orcus, 2002 MS4, Salacia, Quaoar, 2007 OR10, Sedna, and probably another 10,000 or so.
Orcus is a little closer than Pluto, and Ceres is in the asteroid belt less than 3AU away from the sun, rest are further out.
I love images from Hubble. It's crazy to think how big space is.
Those are amazing!!! Almost all of them I hadn't seen before.The last ever public execution in the United States, 1936
U.S. intelligence produce fits of what Hitler may look like if he was going into hiding
A happy chimp holding a newspaper after surviving his trip to space.
A man testing a prototype football helmet
Florida’s last Civil War veteran, Bill Lundy, poses with a jet fighter, 1955
The last picture of Adolf Hitler, April 30, 1945
German flying ace, ‘The Red Baron’ and his dog (1916)
The original prototype of Mt. Rushmore in 1941- this was before funding ran out.
I was gonna post an image of Phoebe Cates emerging from a pool in Fast Times at Risgemont High but realized it's a different context
With that said
I have this rare shot of Joe Strummer in my bathroom (office) that was shot exclusively for some rock mag but was never published - pretty great gift from a good friend
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