Today's Batch Of Beauty Comes Courtesy Of NASA

Sharing because I'm surely not the first person to appreciate NASA's stunning "Image of the Day" gallery. Nor (I am happily confident) shall I be the last. If, however, you (like me) are the kind of person who can vanish down a rabbit hole of visual and otherworldly awesomeness, be careful. Their images just might be as dangerous as they are wonderful.

Like "Gemini's First Docking of Two Spacecraft in Earth Orbit," from March 16, 1966.

Or this image of "a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket carrying Orbital ATK's Cygnus spacecraft on a resupply mission to the International Space Station lifting off from Space Launch Complex 41 on Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida."

Or this one, taken from the International Space Station on Sept. 10, 2015 by astronaut Scott Kelly, who wrote "#GoodMorning Texas! Great view of you, the #moon , and #Venus this morning. #YearInSpace"

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