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A fisheye image of the northern lights, also known as the aurora borealis.
A close-up photo of a dendrite snowflake, captured on glass with LED back light.
PLANET SATELLITE IMAGE
Could be Earth. Could be an Earth-like exoplanet of our imaginations.
Amoebas, like this one, are protists common in freshwater. See the pseudopods (false feet)?
UTAH AERIAL PHOTO
A bird’s-eye view of the Colorado River, Lake Powell, and Trachyte Canyon, taken in Utah.
A colony of bacteria growing on agar in a petri dish. Agar is like Jell-o for bacteria.