@vibrantlivingfromtheheart, this photo is incredible! Thank you for sharing. We hope everyone had an excellent day filled with lots of beautiful sky! 🌌❤️
1 018 seconds ago
Jupiter on June 26, 2019 at 4:12 UTC. Another night where the weather was more generous than the forecast suggested.
The southern South Equatorial Belt is very dark.
Oval BA is rising.
The faint streak in the South Temperate I noted on an image from June 2 is at the central meridian.
The South Polar Red Spot is just east of the central meridian.
Io and Ganymede are approaching transit.
When the three brains who've given so much to science met: Hooke, Halley and Wren and a price of 40 shillings was offered to the one who will provide a solution. - A short history of nearly everything by Bill Bryson
Bosen sama casing yang gitu-gitu aja?
Butuh Casing Hp yang bisa didesain sesuka hati kalian? Harga yang hemat di dompet pula? Disinilah tempatnya
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Follow : @yourdaily_case
Kenapa belanja disini? Karena disini
✓ Bisa pake desain sendiri
✓ Waktu pengerjaan 1-3 hari
✓ 💯 bergaransi (3x retur maka uang kembali)
✓ Bahan case yang tidak licin ditangan dan hasil print yang berkualitas dan tahan lama.
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
✓ FREE Tambah nama
✓ FREE ongkir untuk JABODETABEK
👉 Tanya/order :
WA : 082315718923 (Fast Respon)
Atau klik link di bio
The solar system is a crowded place. Earth may be the only planet with humans on it, but many worlds are home to robots — rovers and landers and orbiters, gathering data for astronomers. Asteroid (162173) Ryugu joined them last summer, and has been playing host to the Japanese spacecraft Hayabusa2. The mission has already collected lots of great data.
Ryugu is a near-Earth asteroid, meaning its orbit takes it near our planet’s vicinity. The better we understand its makeup and what’s happening to its surface, the better prepared we ever are in case one of the thousands of other NEAs ever wander dangerously close. Asteroids are also remarkably well preserved, since there’s not much to erode them out in space. So by studying them, astronomers are also studying what conditions were like in the solar system’s earliest days, when most asteroids formed.
MASCOT’s descent onto Ryugu was surprisingly low tech: Hayabusa2, already in orbit, simply “let go” of the lander and let it fall to the surface.The hardy device, packed with a camera (named MASCam) and other instruments,tumbled down slowly, freefalling about 134 feet for roughly 6 minutes before landing with a thud. It bounced another 56 feet before finally coming to a rest. “The MASCam images acquired during descent and bouncing reveal a surface covered with rocks and boulders of different lithologies” or characteristics, the authors write. “Rocks appear either bright, with smooth faces and sharp edges, or dark, with a cauliflower-like, crumbly surface.” The distribution of both was pretty much even over all the areas MASCam captured.
Studying the compositions of these rocks also revealed small bright “inclusions,” common in meteorites believed to come from asteroids. Because watery environments tend to destroy inclusions, their presence on Ryugu suggest that this asteroid’s past was likely a drier one.
What is a black hole? BHs inspire the imagination yet challenged discovery. Now we know much more about these objects. Help Ss explain how BHs form and impact their surroundings, and a make a measurable model. .
Check out our very first ASTRONOMY CLASS!🌖🌞💥This class will offer an opportunity for students to learn about the solar system in a fun way. Don't miss out! Sign up today. Registration link is in our bio!☝️ #studiocityrc#beemanpark#lacityparks
1 511 minutes ago
Climate change is starting to get pretty scary, and we’re passed the point of no return. CO2 levels are expected to rise so much in the coming years, that the global temperature will increase by a rate of 1.5°C. It’s too late to reduce that number. You might be thinking that 1.5°C is not a huge number, but the difference between 1.5°C to 2°C is the difference between hundreds of millions of people having a place to live — almost all coastal cities could be underwater by the end of the century at this rate.
Let’s spread awareness as much as possible, that way the people in power will realize that they won’t have a choice but to go down with us. #ourplanet
Fast radio bursts are one of the most puzzling phenomena in astrophysics. But a new discovery of eight new sources for them might help scientists figure out what’s causing these intense outbursts of energy coming from distant galaxies.
The newly discovered bursts are from repeating sources, meaning they were observed to burst multiple times. Previously, only two repeating fast radio bursts had been observed. The new observations suggest that repeating bursts are more common than previously thought.
The eight new events, reported in a new paper submitted to the Astrophysical Journal Letters and published on the preprint site arXiv, were seen in observations from August 2018 to March 2019 when CHIME was just beginning its main science campaign.
After analyzing the data, the scientists noticed a unique structure in the signal of some of the repeaters. Over the duration of the burst, the signal’s frequency decreased slightly, similar to what had been seen in the two previous repeaters. Why this happens, and if it’s something that’s unique to repeating fast radio bursts, is still unclear.
It’s possible a different source or mechanism is responsible for the drifting signal in these repeaters but its still to early to say. Within the scientific community there is still debate over whether one-off sources are distinct or if they are simply repeaters that haven’t yet been observed to repeat.
The Magical Herb Goddess offers fixed candles enchanted oils and powders and teas..mojo bags and much more. All of which are used to attract what you are seeking into your life.
As an elder rootworker with years of experience I can compose a spell or a magical ritual for just about anything and everything.A competent and confident witch can always make things happen and do something about everything.To heal you must know how to hurt.To cure you must know how to curse.
Daily Magical Tips!
Visit website which has over 100 products at
7 to 10 day shipping is available.
Our love and money..protection..power..good luck and success drawing essential oils and powders are all enchanted with a number of herbs and essential oils such as chamomile, alfalfa, allspice, cinnamon, roses, lavendar, basil,alkinet,thyme,fennel,rosemary and a few other potent ingredients.
🔥 #VocêSabia que ELON MUSK quer "bombardear" #MARTE para torná-lo habitável?
Seria a maneira mais eficiente de aquecer Marte e torná-lo mais habitável para a vida humana. O plano é lançar bombas nucleares no céu acima de seus dois pólos. Especificamente, Musk quer soltar bombas de hidrogênio (que usam a fusão) a cada poucos segundos para liberar o dióxido de carbono preso dentro das calotas de gelo de Marte. O CO2 é um potente gás de efeito estufa, então quanto mais CO2 puder liberar na atmosfera, mais quente será a superfície do planeta. Infelizmente, um estudo descobriu que não há CO2 suficiente retido em Marte para atingir o efeito pretendido e a gravidade de Marte também não é forte o suficiente para reter CO2 vaporizado em sua atmosfera ao longo do tempo, então o plano é inviável... por enquanto!!!
🌍⚠️ Bom... o ser humano já está conseguindo fazer esse processo com o nosso planeta! 🤦🏻♂️
👍🏻 Gostou e ainda não segue o Astronauta Urbano!? 😱 Então faça isso e fique por dentro de tudo sobre o #Universo 🌌 e nossa moda #Spacewear 👕!
🖖🏼 Mostre seu #Conhecimento ! Use #AstronautaUrbano !
تصويري للقمر ليلة 22 من ذي الحجة 1440
هـ . طور الأحدب المتناقص
Moon: 57.6%, Waning Gibbous | #Moon Distance: 393042 KM
Celestron CPC 800, Sony Alpha A3000, ISO 100, S. 1/13
(10 images) stacked in: AutoStakkert!2, Photoshop CS6
Cloning is impossible, but not how it's shown in movies, just like how teleportation can work, it just is totally different from how the action films show it. This is because when you (theoretically) teleport, whatever device teleports you will take all your atoms, converts them to energy beams and finally rearranged them in some other location, but see this would not be you, it would be a copy of you with all your memories and same personality, you would be dead since your atoms were disassembled, when that happens it's read as information and when it makes the new you, or copy, it copies how your atoms were structured.
Nightscape by @utahastrophotography
Chosen by @fascinatingimagery
So, it turns out that shooting at Yellowstone is difficult. Many of you are probably way ahead of me and thinking - there's a lot of steam, and you'd be right. I however didn't think that issue through until I was standing, drenched by a steamy geyser listening to the ambient noise of bears. Anyway, I decided steamy or not to try a tracked photo and this one came out (to my surprise) OK so I thought I would share it!
EXIF: Sony a7riii, 24 mm f/1.4 GM lens.
Foreground - Four stitched images, untracked at f/1.4, ISO 800, 3 minutes.
Sky - Four stitched images, tracked at f1.8, ISO800, 3 minutes.
?!?!? Saturn’s North Pole has a jet-stream shaped like a nearly perfect HEXAGON. Because the universe is that weird and mind boggling and we still understand such a puny little tiny bit about it. #saturn#astronomy#space#universe
Antarctica from space 🌌
Too bad global warming isn't slowing down, someday this view will only remain in pictures like this 🌠
Follow for more @nowspacetime 🌌
Use #nowspacetime tag🛸
Image Credit NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center 📸