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Space News Alert! Cosmic March in Best PHOTOS

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Ahead of the anniversary of the first manned space flight, celebrated on April 12, Sputnik has picked the crème de la crème of our Milky Way and other galaxies for March's news update.

This March has become a busy month for space explorers and scientists. A Soyuz rocket launch from the Baikonur Cosmodrome, discoveries of new space objects and stunning shots of those we already know are in Sputnik's gallery.

READ MORE: 'Scientists Around the World Trying to Solve Space Debris Problem' — Astronomer

© Photo : Roskosmos / Oleg ArtemievRussian astronaut Oleg Artemyev shares his space experience with 192 thousand followers of his Instagram account. Have a look at our mother Earth from his point of view.
Earth from ISS by Russian Astronaut Oleg Artemyev - Sputnik International
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Russian astronaut Oleg Artemyev shares his space experience with 192 thousand followers of his Instagram account. Have a look at our mother Earth from his point of view.
© Sputnik / Evgenya Novozhenina / Go to the photo bankThe Soyuz MS-08 spaceflight, launched on the Baikonur Cosmodrome on March, 21st, brought three crew members to the International Space Station.
Carrier Rocket Soyuz Starting From Baikonur Cosmodrome - Sputnik International
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The Soyuz MS-08 spaceflight, launched on the Baikonur Cosmodrome on March, 21st, brought three crew members to the International Space Station.
© Photo : JPL-Caltech/Univ. of ArizonaThe sand dunes of the Red Planet reminds of the desert landscapes of the neighboring Earth.
Silent Hills of Mars - Sputnik International
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The sand dunes of the Red Planet reminds of the desert landscapes of the neighboring Earth.
© Photo : ESA/Herschel/PACS, SPIRE/Hi-GAL Project. Acknowledgement: UNIMAP / L. Piazzo, La Sapienza - Università di Roma; E. Schisano / G. Li Causi, IAPS/INAF, ItalyThe Carina Nebula, registered under less poetic name NGC 3372, is 10,000 light years away from the Earth, which can't stop us from enjoying its bright stars.
One of Galaxy's Brightest Araes - Carina Nebula - Sputnik International
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The Carina Nebula, registered under less poetic name NGC 3372, is 10,000 light years away from the Earth, which can't stop us from enjoying its bright stars.
© Photo : NASA, ESA, A. Riess (STScI/JHU)The dinosaurs saw the galaxy NGC 3972 in the the Great Bear constellation, captured by the Hubble telescope, in the same way as we do now.
'Dead' Galaxy NGC 3972 of the Great Bear - Sputnik International
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The dinosaurs saw the galaxy NGC 3972 in the the Great Bear constellation, captured by the Hubble telescope, in the same way as we do now.
© Photo : P. van Dokkum; R. Abraham; STScI, Space Telescope Science InstituteGalaxy NGC 1052-DF2 was expected to contain 400 times more dark matter than observations show.
'Disappointing' Galaxy From Cetus Constellation - Sputnik International
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Galaxy NGC 1052-DF2 was expected to contain 400 times more dark matter than observations show.
© Photo : Roskosmos/Oler ArtemievNASA's Richard Arnold and Andrew Feustel had to delay their work in outer space for extra-check, but still managed it.
Awaited Spacewalk by NASA Team - Sputnik International
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NASA's Richard Arnold and Andrew Feustel had to delay their work in outer space for extra-check, but still managed it.
© Photo : NASA, JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS/Gerald EichstädtThis image captures the swirling cloud formations around the south pole of Jupiter, looking up toward the equatorial region.
Cloudy South Pole of Jupiter - Sputnik International
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This image captures the swirling cloud formations around the south pole of Jupiter, looking up toward the equatorial region.
© Photo : Roskosmos/Anton ShkaplerovThe Soyuz MS-08 spaceflight brought three new crew members to the International Space Station on March, 23d.
Soyuz Spaceship Linking Up to ISS - Sputnik International
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The Soyuz MS-08 spaceflight brought three new crew members to the International Space Station on March, 23d.
© Photo : NASA, JPL-Caltech/UCLA/MPS/DLR/IDA/ASI/INAFThis view from NASA's Dawn mission shows where ice has been detected in the northern wall of Ceres' Juling Crater, which is in almost permanent shadow.
Closer Look at Dwarf Planet Ceres - Sputnik International
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This view from NASA's Dawn mission shows where ice has been detected in the northern wall of Ceres' Juling Crater, which is in almost permanent shadow.
© Photo : NASA, JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS/Matt Brealey/Gustavo B CThis image captures a close-up view of a storm with bright cloud tops in the northern hemisphere of Jupiter.
There Are Clouds on Jupiter Too - Sputnik International
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This image captures a close-up view of a storm with bright cloud tops in the northern hemisphere of Jupiter.
© Photo : NASA, GSFC/Solar Dynamics ObservatoryThe long coronal hole that stretched out across more than half the diameter of the Sun became the single largest feature on our own star.
Spotted Sun - Sputnik International
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The long coronal hole that stretched out across more than half the diameter of the Sun became the single largest feature on our own star.
© Photo : Roskosmos/Anton ShkaplerovSpace pirate alert! The Tortuga Island beloved by sea-robbers has unexpected looks from above.
Half Moon of Tortuga Island - Sputnik International
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Space pirate alert! The Tortuga Island beloved by sea-robbers has unexpected looks from above.
© Photo : NASA, ESA, STScI, and S. Anderson (University of Washington) and J. Chaname (Pontificia M62 is known for being one of the most irregularly shaped globular clusters in our galaxy. This might be because it is too close to the center of our galaxy and is affected by galactic tidal forces, displacing many of the cluster’s stars toward the southeast.
Irregular Shapes of Globular Clusters M62 - Sputnik International
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M62 is known for being one of the most irregularly shaped globular clusters in our galaxy. This might be because it is too close to the center of our galaxy and is affected by galactic tidal forces, displacing many of the cluster’s stars toward the southeast.
© Photo : ESA/Hubble & NASA, A. Riess (STScl/JHU)This stunning image from Hubble shows the majestic galaxy NGC 1015, found nestled within the constellation of Cetus (The Whale) 118 million light-years from Earth. Beautifully symmetrical swirling arms and bright central bulge creat a scene akin to a sparkling Catherine wheel firework.
Shiny Spirals of Cetus' Galaxy - Sputnik International
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This stunning image from Hubble shows the majestic galaxy NGC 1015, found nestled within the constellation of Cetus (The Whale) 118 million light-years from Earth. Beautifully symmetrical swirling arms and bright central bulge creat a scene akin to a sparkling Catherine wheel firework.
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