Astronomy Top 100
The 100 Greatest Images and Imaginations in Astronomy and Space Exploration
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The Greatest Images and Imaginations in Astronomy and Space Exploration
Unfortunately, the tragedy of January 1967 may have only attracted more viewers. Interest in Apollo 7 grew more intense. And when the red light finally turned on, what a show it turned out to be!
The device mimics the complexity of clockwork not designed in Western Europe until a millennium later. What did the ancient Greeks use it for?
Who knows where the world would be today without this small, but ingeniously practical, tool!
Within these ancient achievements lies the shrouded mystery of every Saturday afternoon matinee adventure flick. Well, maybe not every B movie, but a lot of them.
Some of these leaps landed on firm ground. Other fell into the void of history. Regardless, they each represent a stepping stone to further discovery.
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