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NASA Releases Breathtaking Photos of Earth From Mercury, Saturn

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July 23, 2013
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NASA had its spacecrafts Cassini, which is studying the area around Saturn, and Messenger, which is studying Mercury, look back at earth for an incredible photo opportunity. NASA released the stunning pictures of our home from 61 and 900 million miles away. Patrick Jones has the rest.


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