Citrus in space

December 9, 2011

Every year swarms of citrus migrate to reproduce in the much warmer climates on earth. Worldwide aviation is placed in a state of alert when blood oranges and mandarins pass the sharp blades of their turbines and turn into juice.

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2 Responses to “Citrus in space”

  1. wait…hahaha, yes they do!

  2. Exuvia said

    Its quite common not to have noticed.

    The image was taken on a Wednesday with an amateur telescope pointed toward the Andromeda Galaxy M31.

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