American photographer Bill Snyder won the Deep Space category for his image of the Horsehead Nebula IC 434.

American photographer Bill Snyder won the Deep Space category for his image of the Horsehead Nebula IC 434.

Faults are breaks along which rocks move at different rates, pushed by regional pressures. Some faults are very short, others are hundreds of miles in length. These layers show the amount of relative offset (movement) between two sides, plus a tiny geologist at lower right.

Faults are breaks along which rocks move at different rates, pushed by regional pressures. Some faults are very short, others are hundreds of miles in length. These layers show the amount of relative offset (movement) between two sides, plus a tiny geologist at lower right.

If only I could look past the tree tops at night and see this. The night sky we see is beautiful, but imagine if you could see this deep into outer space just by looking up at night.

Never Never Land | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Never Never Land | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

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