space Trypophobia-Inducing Space Photos Scarier Than Any Black Hole  

Mick Jacobs
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List Rules Vote up the holes, ridges, and patterns more terrifying than the void of space.

In the grand expanse of the universe, there are far more frightening holes than just galaxy-destroying black ones. Trypophobia-inducing space photos induce a primal fear in certain people, a fear that transcends the solar system itself. As already shown by animals that trigger typophobia, the natural universe features all sorts of ridges and patterns guaranteed to make your skin crawl.

The images below, including cratered moons and planets that trigger trypophobia, are a good indicator of whether or not you suffer from the Internet-born fear of holes. Space photos that trigger trypophobia reveal that your fears are not simply confined to the Earthly plane. Aliens sound scary, but even scarier are whatever lies inside the countless pits on Pluto. After demoting it from 'planet' status, you know it's trying to get its revenge in any way possible.

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Hyperion, A Moon Of Saturn


Hyperion, A Moon Of Saturn is listed (or ranked) 1 on the list Trypophobia-Inducing Space Photos Scarier Than Any Black Hole
Photo:  Cassini Imaging Team, SSI, JPL, ESA, NASA
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Creepy holes or just normal space holes?
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Marius Hills Of The Moon


Marius Hills Of The Moon is listed (or ranked) 2 on the list Trypophobia-Inducing Space Photos Scarier Than Any Black Hole
Photo:  NASA, Lunar Orbiter 2; Inset: Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter
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Creepy holes or just normal space holes?
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Volcanic Craters Of Mercury


Volcanic Craters Of Mercury is listed (or ranked) 3 on the list Trypophobia-Inducing Space Photos Scarier Than Any Black Hole
Photo:  Mariner 10, NASA
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Creepy holes or just normal space holes?
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The Remains Of The Chandra Supernova


The Remains Of The Chandra Sup... is listed (or ranked) 4 on the list Trypophobia-Inducing Space Photos Scarier Than Any Black Hole
Photo: NASA Marshall Space Flight Center/Flickr
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Creepy holes or just normal space holes?