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2211 41 Feb 14, 2018
Hahtag #solarsystem: Trojan astroids traveling through our solar system 🚀
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2824 49 Feb 15, 2018
Hahtag #solarsystem: 3D Tour of the Orion Constellation. 🔭✨
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3D Tour of the Orion Constellation. 🔭✨ . As we spin around the constellation you will get an idea of how far away each star is relative to each other. You can see how important perspective is and the stars are NOT all the same distance away. Credit: Spitz Fulldome Curriculum (SciDome planetariums) . s travel watchers

7166 116 Feb 16, 2018
Hahtag #solarsystem: The Moon and Saturn filmed together (1.2

The Moon and Saturn filmed together (1.2 billion km apart tho) from Perth, Western Australia 🇦🇺 . 🎥Footage By: Colin Legg Link: http://is.gd/j6YN9l . iscool

6683 209 Feb 17, 2018
Hahtag #solarsystem: Comparison. (Diameter)

Comparison. (Diameter)

3532 101 Feb 15, 2018
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Hahtag #solarsystem: Chock-full of star formation, this spiral galaxy

Chock-full of star formation, this spiral galaxy contains the mass of around ten billion suns – while this may sound like a lot, it is over 20 times less massive than our own Milky Way. Roughly 50 million light-years away, this galaxy seen by our Hubble Space Telescope ( ) is receding from us at a speed of about 808 miles per second (1,300 kilometers per second). Although it appears in the sky near one of our closest galaxy neighbors, the Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC), this is just a trick of perspective. In reality, this galaxy is physically nowhere near the LMC in space — in fact, it truly is a loner, lacking the company of any nearby galaxies or membership of any galaxy cluster. Despite its lack of cosmic companions, when this lonely galaxy has a telescope pointed in its direction, it puts on quite a show. It has hosted a variety of spectacular exploding stars called supernovae, four of which we have observed. This galaxy may be alone in space, but we are watching and admiring from far away. Credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA

86622 630 Feb 20, 2018
Hahtag #solarsystem: Sputters and spurts on the Sun’s only

Sputters and spurts on the Sun’s only visible active region eventually unleashed this brief, bright flare on Feb. 7. The flare appears about mid-way through the half-day clip. Normally, we do not pay much attention to flares this small, but it was just about the only real solar activity over the week around Feb. 7 as the Sun is slowing approaching its quiet period of the 11-year solar cycle. These images were taken in a wavelength of extreme ultraviolet light. Credit: NASA/SDO system craft

1013 15 Feb 20, 2018
Hahtag #solarsystem: Can you imagine this?! 🚗🚀
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Hahtag #solarsystem: Saturn’s moon Enceladus drifts before the rings

Saturn’s moon Enceladus drifts before the rings and the tiny moon Pandora in this view that our Cassini spacecraft captured on Nov. 1, 2009. The entire scene is backlit by the Sun, providing striking illumination for the icy particles that make up both the rings and the jets emanating from the south pole of Enceladus. Pandora was on the opposite side of the rings from Cassini and Enceladus when the image was taken. This view looks toward the night side on Pandora as well, which is lit by dim golden light reflected from Saturn. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute s craft

0 0 Feb 21, 2018

세상을 다 얻은아이의표정 😆 💘 🤣🤣

8 0 Feb 21, 2018

Back out and exploring! Be sure to checkout all the videos and streams that and I are putting out! are amazing! not gamer gaming streamer tv

7 0 Feb 21, 2018

Thinking of getting a color tattoo, not soon but hopefully soon if that makes sense . Should I get a colored dragon, a Japanese koi, or one of the planets in the water based universe? Let me know. Thanks y'all means alot.

3 0 Feb 21, 2018

Our Science learning journey! Everyone loved making these paper mache planets. 56 planets journey wall lover

10 0 Feb 21, 2018

48 Page Workbook / . . . A fun yet informative book for the kids to learn about the world of outer space. . er design

2 0 Feb 21, 2018

We found this simple activity in the back of a book we got at the library (swipe to see the book!) We decided to try it out!

33 2 Feb 21, 2018

Sputters and spurts on the Sun’s only visible active region eventually unleashed this brief, bright flare on Feb. 7. The flare appears about mid-way through the half-day clip. Normally, we do not pay much attention to flares this small, but it was just about the only real solar activity over the week around Feb. 7 as the Sun is slowing approaching its quiet period of the 11-year solar cycle. These images were taken in a wavelength of extreme ultraviolet light. Credit: NASA/SDO SDO: The Solar Dynamics Observatory is the first mission to be launched for NASA's Living With a Star (LWS) Program, a program designed to understand the causes of solar variability and its impacts on Earth. SDO is designed to help us understand the Sun's influence on Earth and Near-Earth space by studying the solar atmosphere on small scales of and and in many wavelengths simultaneously. SDO's goal is to , driving towards a predictive capability, the solar variations that influence on Earth and 's technological systems by determining How the Sun's magnetic field is generated and structured? How this stored magnetic energy is converted and released into the heliosphere and geospace in the form of solar wind, energetic particles, and variations in the solar irradiance? system craft via ・・・

2 0 Feb 21, 2018

My son just finished his first science project on the planet 🌎 Uranus. We learned a lot of interesting facts like 1 ☝️ year on Uranus is 84 earth years. Also do you know why the planet Mars is so red? Give up? Because it is behind Uranus.. 😂😂 sorry couldn’t help myself.

3 0 Feb 21, 2018

Sun coffee filter sun catchers. The girls colored their coffee filters with red, orange, and yellow markers then sprayed them with water. We hung them in the window after they dried.

1 0 Feb 21, 2018

Good Morning☀️ from KKB Organic Farm - Malaysia🇲🇾. Sorrel leaves🍁 and portable solar lights makes a wonderful addition to our KKB Organic Farm. . . . . . . . . s ing

5 2 Feb 21, 2018

We ❤ puzzles! Perfect for fine motor development, cognitive development, problem solving, and when done together - teamwork! This is perfect for our unit.

7 0 Feb 21, 2018

Sputters and spurts on the Sun’s only visible active region eventually unleashed this brief, bright flare on Feb. 7. The flare appears about mid-way through the half-day clip. Normally, we do not pay much attention to flares this small, but it was just about the only real solar activity over the week around Feb. 7 as the Sun is slowing approaching its quiet period of the 11-year solar cycle. These images were taken in a wavelength of extreme ultraviolet light. Credit: NASA/SDO system craft   _captures  scape  _capture   _xposure        _shotz    _photo

16 3 Feb 21, 2018

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3 0 Feb 21, 2018

Don't let your dirty panels cost you money. Your solution is Barrier Solar Solar Clean! system energy power energy

120 15 Feb 21, 2018

Architectural details. ✨☀️✨🌞✨ _ru

12 0 Feb 21, 2018

The 26.2% Waxing Crescent Moon at sunset tonight. Direction: 225.20° SW. Altitude: 44.85°. Distance: 236,930 miles. etx90 8plus 8plus sky instruments moon _moon _of_the_day _awards shot photo needed

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17 1 Feb 21, 2018

Newest Sun, Earth, Moon- Astronomical Models.🌙🌞🌎 A unique and antique looking paperweight/pencil sharpener hidden in the base. This mini planetarium was made from recycled metal and a pencil sharpener, added to my own gears, wiring, beads, and metal piping (to create the center staff). 🌙🌞🌎. . 🌿shop link in bio🌿 style art art seller handmade

135 4 Feb 21, 2018

28 Jan, 2018. Orion in the treetops [Rotate as necessary to get your preferred orientation] 🌳 Orion’s Belt and sword, plus the blue-white supergiant star Rigel and the red supergiant Betelgeuse (through the trees at bottom-right) feature here, hanging out in the treetops of the Budderoo National Park in New South Wales, Australia. 🌟✨ Rigel is catalogued as “Beta Orionis”, meaning it’s the second-brightest star in the Orion constellation, and is the seventh-brightest star in the night sky…most of the time. Why “most of the time”? Betelgeuse, aka Alpha Orionis, is a variable star and at certain times in its variation cycle it is brighter than Rigel, but then goes back to being the dimmer of the two stars. It is possible that when the stars were catalogued by Johann Bayer in his 1603 publication, Uranometria, Betelgeuse was brighter than Rigel and thus got the “Alpha” designation. According to Wikipedia, Betelgeuse’s higher location in the sky at Arctic latitudes resulted in the Inuit regarding it as the brighter of the two stars. 🌌 The Orion Nebula, M42, is a little above the centre in my photo, and the M78 nebula is below the right-most star of Orion’s belt. The trail of an earth-orbiting artificial satellite is visible to the left of M42. 📷 Captured with a Canon EOS 6D, Canon 40mm @ f/2.8, 10 sec @ ISO 6400. • • • • • # plz double tab if you love it . . via . . .

8 0 Feb 21, 2018

with ・・・ Happy birthday to Nicolaus Copernicus, the astronomer who first theorized that the revolves around the . Born February 19, 1473. . . . . . . . . . . history

6 0 Feb 21, 2018

with ・・・ Sputters and spurts on the Sun’s only visible active region eventually unleashed this brief, bright flare on Feb. 7. The flare appears about mid-way through the half-day clip. Normally, we do not pay much attention to flares this small, but it was just about the only real solar activity over the week around Feb. 7 as the Sun is slowing approaching its quiet period of the 11-year solar cycle. These images were taken in a wavelength of extreme ultraviolet light. Credit: NASA/SDO system craft

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👉Follow for more updates 👆👇 ————————— 🌌🌌Helix Nebula is a large plantary nebula located in the constellation Aquarius. It is generally referred to "God's 👁 eye " in popular culture. 👉👉👉Swipe right to see a painting of the helix nebula !! Gases from the star in the surrounding space appear, from our vantage point, as if we are looking down a helix structure. The remnant central stellar core, known as a planetary nebula nucleus, is destined to become a white dwarf star. The observed glow of the central star is so energetic that it causes the previously expelled gases to brightly fluoresce. 👉👉👉Swipe right to see its position on Stellarium !!! nomy years telescope galaxy Picture from NASA

27 2 Feb 21, 2018

“Moon Artifact IV” 11 X 14 inch oil on wood panel . Painting inspired by lifelong obsession with the , and . Please message me if interested in buying the painting

10 0 Feb 21, 2018

The Waxing Crescent Moon and some interesting clouds tonight. _of_the_day _awards 8plus 8plus

8 0 Feb 21, 2018

¿Miedo a tu recibo de luz? ¡Instala paneles solares! Cotiza: http://solaresenergia.com/energiaslimpias esenergia system energy solares

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Regrann from - Sputters and spurts on the Sun’s only visible active region eventually unleashed this brief, bright flare on Feb. 7. The flare appears about mid-way through the half-day clip. Normally, we do not pay much attention to flares this small, but it was just about the only real solar activity over the week around Feb. 7 as the Sun is slowing approaching its quiet period of the 11-year solar cycle. These images were taken in a wavelength of extreme ultraviolet light. Credit: NASA/SDO system craft -

28 0 Feb 21, 2018

🇺🇸 This dramatic photo shows two galaxies, NGC 2336 on top and NGC 2937 on the bottom, where their mutual gravitational attraction slowly drags them closer together 👀 The NGC 2336 is a galaxy rich with newly formed star (blueish part) and gas mixed with dust as seen at the reddish part. The distorted form it’s bc the gravitational tugs of NGC 2937. NGC 2937 is very different tho, the greenish parts means there is a population of older stars without areas for new stars to be born. When the two galaxies merge they will become one with old and new stars and lots of gas and dust! 💫🌟✨ . 📸 (visible light) and (infrared) ➡ FOLLOW ✨ ——————— 🇧🇷 Esta foto dramática mostra duas galáxias, a NGC 2336 na parte superior e a NGC 2937 no inferior, onde a atração gravitacional de ambas aproxima elas vagarosamente 👀 A NGC 2336 é uma galáxia rica em estrelas recém formadas (parte azulada) e gás misturado com poeira como visto na parte avermelhada. A forma distorcida é devido aos puxões gravitacionais da NGC 2937. NGC 2937 é bem diferente, as partes esverdeadas significam que existe uma população de estrelas velhas sem áreas para que novas estrelas nasçam. Quando as duas galáxias emergirem elas irão se tornar uma com estrelas novas, velhas e muito gás e poeira!🌟💫✨ . 📸 Hubble (luz visível) e Spitzer (infravermelho) ➡ SIGA O via

1 4 Feb 21, 2018

I got these magnet boards and those huge solar system magnets and little guy went straight to work making sure I was educated.

7 0 Feb 21, 2018

from - Sputters and spurts on the Sun’s only visible active region eventually unleashed this brief, bright flare on Feb. 7. The flare appears about mid-way through the half-day clip. Normally, we do not pay much attention to flares this small, but it was just about the only real solar activity over the week around Feb. 7 as the Sun is slowing approaching its quiet period of the 11-year solar cycle. These images were taken in a wavelength of extreme ultraviolet light. Credit: NASA/SDO system craft

24 0 Feb 21, 2018

🇺🇸 This dramatic photo shows two galaxies, NGC 2336 on top and NGC 2937 on the bottom, where their mutual gravitational attraction slowly drags them closer together 👀 The NGC 2336 is a galaxy rich with newly formed star (blueish part) and gas mixed with dust as seen at the reddish part. The distorted form it’s bc the gravitational tugs of NGC 2937. NGC 2937 is very different tho, the greenish parts means there is a population of older stars without areas for new stars to be born. When the two galaxies merge they will become one with old and new stars and lots of gas and dust! 💫🌟✨ . 📸 (visible light) and (infrared) ➡️ FOLLOW ✨ ——————— 🇧🇷 Esta foto dramática mostra duas galáxias, a NGC 2336 na parte superior e a NGC 2937 no inferior, onde a atração gravitacional de ambas aproxima elas vagarosamente 👀 A NGC 2336 é uma galáxia rica em estrelas recém formadas (parte azulada) e gás misturado com poeira como visto na parte avermelhada. A forma distorcida é devido aos puxões gravitacionais da NGC 2937. NGC 2937 é bem diferente, as partes esverdeadas significam que existe uma população de estrelas velhas sem áreas para que novas estrelas nasçam. Quando as duas galáxias emergirem elas irão se tornar uma com estrelas novas, velhas e muito gás e poeira!🌟💫✨ . 📸 Hubble (luz visível) e Spitzer (infravermelho) ➡️ SIGA O

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8 2 Feb 21, 2018

Como conté en mi pasado post y en el blog. Esta que muestra la Nasa, es de las pocas o únicas regiones activas del sol de los últimas semanas o meses. Claramente estamos entrando en la época de baja actividad del ciclo que se repite cada 11 años. En torno a 2020 se espera que termine el ciclo 24 con un mínimo en la actividad solar. Video: NASA/SDO ( ) ・・・ Sputters and spurts on the Sun’s only visible active region eventually unleashed this brief, bright flare on Feb. 7. The flare appears about mid-way through the half-day clip. Normally, we do not pay much attention to flares this small, but it was just about the only real solar activity over the week around Feb. 7 as the Sun is slowing approaching its quiet period of the 11-year solar cycle. These images were taken in a wavelength of extreme ultraviolet light. Credit: NASA/SDO system craft

4 1 Feb 21, 2018

You need to check out this t-shirt. 🇺🇸 printed. Purchase directly via link in bio.

13 0 Feb 21, 2018

Repost from ・・・ I know nothing with any certainty, but the sight of the stars makes me dream. . . . . . 🔥 🔥 🔥 lovers

14 0 Feb 21, 2018

Mare Nectaris on a blue sky Moon. Meade ETX-90 Telescope with Meade Super Plossl 26mm eyepiece. Galaxy S8+ at 8X digital zoom. instruments etx90 _moon _of_the_day _awards rview rmare shot pic photo rphoto 8plus 8plus

39 2 Feb 21, 2018

Congratulatuons to Australian and Singapore based Gilmour Space Technologies for entering into a reimbursable Space Act Agreement with NASA to co-operate on various research, technology development and educational initiatives. Specifically, Gilmour will collaborate in space transportation, propulsion, in-situ resource utilisation, sustainability and life support systems with Kennedy Space Centre. _Aus 🛰️

26 0 Feb 21, 2018

Our little space cadet! 🚀🛸☄️

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Today's 25.6% Waxing Crescent Moon. Direction: 189.25° S. Altitude: 53.11°. Distance: 237,088 miles. Meade ETX-90 Telescope with Meade Super Plossl 26mm eyepiece. Single Galaxy S8+ photograph. instruments etx90 _moon _of_the_day _awards _moon shot rview 8plus 8plus

18 1 Feb 21, 2018

Regrann from - Sputters and spurts on the Sun’s only visible active region eventually unleashed this brief, bright flare on Feb. 7. The flare appears about mid-way through the half-day clip. Normally, we do not pay much attention to flares this small, but it was just about the only real solar activity over the week around Feb. 7 as the Sun is slowing approaching its quiet period of the 11-year solar cycle. These images were taken in a wavelength of extreme ultraviolet light. Credit: NASA/SDO system craft

111 1 Feb 21, 2018

Repost Sputters and spurts on the Sun’s only visible active region eventually unleashed this brief, bright flare on Feb. 7. The flare appears about mid-way through the half-day clip. Normally, we do not pay much attention to flares this small, but it was just about the only real solar activity over the week around Feb. 7 as the Sun is slowing approaching its quiet period of the 11-year solar cycle. These images were taken in a wavelength of extreme ultraviolet light. Credit: NASA/SDO system craft

8 0 Feb 20, 2018

Credit to : Light Pollution: The average number of stars that can be seen at night from European Locations. ••• 2nd pic: before-after. 3rd picture: NYC at night. ••• This is also a personal story. Since I live in the Netherlands, most of the times I only see a few stars. I have never seen a sky like on the second picture. Simple as that. But aye what is light pollution? Light pollution, also known as photopollution, is the presence of anthropogenic light in the night environment. It is exacerbated by excessive, misdirected or obtrusive uses of light, but even carefully used light fundamentally alters natural conditions. As a major side-effect of urbanization, it is blamed for compromising health, disrupting ecosystems and spoiling aesthetic environments. ••• c system

17 1 Feb 20, 2018

Hope Island QLD • 6.48kW installed yesterday 🔆 Q-Cell Q.Power 270W panels paired with a Fronius Primo 5.0-1 International - Happy customers 👌🏽

53 2 Feb 20, 2018

I'm having a very sciency Tuesday night! Watching Cosmos and doing some space coloring. Sometimes I need nights like this. They really leave me feeling inspired.

10 2 Feb 20, 2018

( ) ・・・ Sputters and spurts on the Sun’s only visible active region eventually unleashed this brief, bright flare on Feb. 7. The flare appears about mid-way through the half-day clip. Normally, we do not pay much attention to flares this small, but it was just about the only real solar activity over the week around Feb. 7 as the Sun is slowing approaching its quiet period of the 11-year solar cycle. These images were taken in a wavelength of extreme ultraviolet light. Credit: NASA/SDO system craft

14 0 Feb 20, 2018

• Esta foto possui cor melhorada e foi tirada em 7 de fevereiro às 5:42 p.m. PST (Pacific Standard Time) ou 8:42 a.m. EST (Easthern Standard Time), quando a Juno realizou sua décima primeira viagem perto de Júpiter. A nave espacial estava a cerca de 8,186 quilômetros das partes superiores das nuvens do planeta, a uma latitude de 39,9 graus. . . . .

9 0 Feb 20, 2018

• Esta imagem foi tirada pela Câmera de Pesquisas Avançadas do Hubble (Advanced Camera for Surveys ou ACS) e pela Câmera de Campo Amplo 3 (Wide Field Camera 3 ou WFC3). A grande galáxia no centro é a galáxia mais brilhante do aglomerado, e acima dela é visível um arco de lente gravitacional fino e curvado. Este arco é causado pelas forças gravitacionais do aglomerado dobrando o caminho da luz das estrelas e galáxias atrás dele, de uma maneira similar a como uma lente de vidro se encaixa à luz. . . . .

85 23 Feb 8, 2018

و أخيرا😱✨ _جرعة_فن 💕🍅 شكرا لإلي دعمني ☺ 💖... ؟😀 الملابس تراها تسليك وشكلها غلط بس تمشي الحال🙃🍅 ولأني في الفترة اللي رسمتها فيها كنت قبلها منقطعة عن الرسم الرقمي لأشهر و هذا هو سبب بعض الإعاقات يا أصدقائي و اللتي لا اتمنى أن يلاحظها أحد 😀🗿💔 و بس والله شخباركم انتم ؟... .. _world23 _support assistant _feature algirl s ry ryspace ist

169 9 Jan 1, 2018

Pop that champagne! Pop that colored filter! And pop that ass! 🌈 🥂 💘 💥 #2018

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