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Doesn’t this cloud appear like the spots we see on other planets?

 
derbi

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Doesn’t this cloud appear like the spots we see on other planets?
A giant anvil-shaped cloud hovering 75,000ft above Earth is photographed by Space Station astronauts
Daily Mail
30 July 2009
[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
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Re: Doesn’t this cloud appear like the spots we see on other planets?
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Re: Doesn’t this cloud appear like the spots we see on other planets?
A young Al Pacino....YUMMY! Love the avatar.
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Wouldn’t mind to have a look at your spots
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08/04/2009 02:51 PM
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Re: Doesn’t this cloud appear like the spots we see on other planets?
Is it just me or does that picture of the cloud (awesome) look to have been taken closer to Earth than the picture of the astronauts working.

Or maybe to me those two pictures just don't seem to go together.

Your thoughts?
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Re: Doesn’t this cloud appear like the spots we see on other planets?
Is it just me or does that picture of the cloud (awesome) look to have been taken closer to Earth than the picture of the astronauts working.

Or maybe to me those two pictures just don't seem to go together.

Your thoughts?
 Quoting: Just A Thought


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