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Astronomical Cartoons and Comics

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Astronomical cartoon 4 of 17

astronomical cartoon

"The moon is full, Lester. Don't you feel even a teensy bit like howling?"

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CC27950

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1773x2172 (unwatermarked)

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Astronomical cartoon 7 of 17

astronomical cartoon

'The vasteness of the universe makes me feel so small and insignificant.'

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pton73

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Astronomical cartoon 8 of 17

astronomical cartoon

"No, dwarf planets don't have dwarves living on them."

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llan2246

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Astronomical cartoon 10 of 17

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Astronomical cartoon 11 of 17

astronomical cartoon

Astronomer reaching for the stars through a telescope (with his hand coming out of the top, near the stars).

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cman924

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Astronomical cartoon 12 of 17

astronomical cartoon

'I was awake all night wondering where the sun goes to. . . and then it dawns on me.'

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mfln6106

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Astronomical cartoon 13 of 17

astronomical cartoon

'No, I'm afraid that's not a new constellation. It's just a cluster of satellites.'

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dcr0309

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Astronomical cartoon 14 of 17

astronomical cartoon

'Do you have to yell 'Far out!' every time you see something new?'

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phe0202

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1914x1818 (unwatermarked)

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Astronomical cartoon 16 of 17

astronomical cartoon

"After analyzing the energy waves emitted by this pulsar near Andromeda, I believe we have an answer to the age old question: 'Where do jokes come from?'"

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bven1776

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