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15:11, December 29, 2008

National Geographic's top 10 space pictures of 2008


A rare positioning of planets Venus (top left) and Jupiter (top right) and the crescent moon of the Earth provides a "smiley" effect that captivated Asia Monday night Dec. 1, 2008 in Manila, Philppines. The heavens smiled down on Earth December 1 in National Geographic News's most viewed space photo of 2008. (Photo: NASA)



Snapped by the Mars-orbiting HiRISE camera, billowing clouds of dust revealed the first-ever picture of active landslides occurring on Mars at the base of a towering slope near the planet's north pole in March. (Photo: NASA)

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