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Old April 8th 21, 12:17 AM posted to alt.astronomy
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Default NASA astro photography comp final stages

https://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/tournament-earth

Tournament Earth - Astronaut Photography Edition

It is time for the final countdown. We started on March 8 with 32 of our
favorite photographs of Earth shot from the International Space Station, and
now just two are left to compete. Which photo will reign in the 2021
tournament? Will it be a composite of stars in motion over the Americas,
shot by astronaut Don Pettit in 2012? Or will it be an alkaline Turkish lake,
captured in 2016 by astronaut Kate Rubins? Voting ends April 12 ...
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