Why does the Earth rotate? Earth, seen from Rosetta. Image credit: ESA
The European Space Agency (ESA) in Paris has released computer generated images of junk floating in space around Earth - more than 12,000 pieces of derelict junk.
The Andromeda galaxy is looking cool as ever in new infrared views from Herschel, a ESA space telescope with NASA participation.
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