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Niume | Circle: Cosmology

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niume.com - Cosmology Exit your mind from the life you live and take a trip to the everything, the immense creation that surrounds you from millions and millions of light-years distance. If our Sun was a grain...

Dark matter may have been detected – streaming from the sun’s core | Science

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theguardian.com - An unusual signal picked up by a European space observatory could be the first direct detection of dark matter particles, astronomers say. The findings are tentative and could take several years to...

The Eye of the Sahara Is An Enigmatic Desert Landmark

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space.io9.com - The desert creates gorgeous structures, and the Eye of the Sahara is no exception. The stunning structure of bare rock peeks out from a sea of sand, forming a beautiful landmark for astronauts over...

APOD: 2010 December 9 - M81 and Arp's Loop

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apod.nasa.gov - Explanation: One of the brightest galaxies in planet Earth's sky and similar in size to the Milky Way, big, beautiful spiral M81 lies 11.8 million light-years away in the northern constellation Urs...

APOD: 2010 November 2 - Spicules: Jets on the Sun

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apod.nasa.gov - Explanation: Imagine a pipe as wide as a state and as long as the Earth. Now imagine that this pipe is filled with hot gas moving 50,000 kilometers per hour. Further imagine that this pipe is not m...

APOD: 2010 October 15 - Vista with NGC 2170

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apod.nasa.gov - Explanation: Drifting through the one-horned constellation Monoceros, these dusty streamers and new born stars are part of the active Monoceros R2 star-forming region, embedded in a giant molecular...

China Moving Forward with Big Space Station Plans

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space.com - Space travelers from around the globe recently got a firsthand sense of China's blossoming plans to explore Earth orbit and beyond. At the 27th Planetary Congress of the Association of Space Explor...

Galactic Scale - Brian Koberlein

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briankoberlein.com - With planets we can measure their distance from the Sun and their orbital speed. By observing their motion in detail we can calculate their mass very precisely. For binary stars we can use a simila...

New Galactic Supercluster Map Shows Milky Way's 'Heavenly' Home

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space.com - A new cosmic map is giving scientists an unprecedented look at the boundaries for the giant supercluster that is home to Earth's own Milky Way galaxy and many others. Scientists even have a name fo...

Niume | Posts

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niume.com - What Mars would look like if it still water Kevin Gill, a software engineer living in New Hampshire, modeled the Mars terrain in an open-source learning program of his own creation, jDem846, and th...

4 things NASA can teach you about a good night's sleep - The Week

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theweek.com - They have to. Their bodies are cut off from many of the normal external cues that remind us what time it is. In orbit they can experience a dozen sunrises and sunsets a day which makes their circad...

Astronomer's multi-wavelength image gallery

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brunomerin.com - Designed by Pludo after an original idea by Bruno Merín This software is protected under a Creative Commons License and safeCreative Home | CV | Research | Group | Multi-wavelength gallery

Astronomy Picture of the Day

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apod.nasa.gov - Explanation: Cosmic clouds form fantastic shapes in the central regions of emission nebula IC 1805. The clouds are sculpted by stellar winds and radiation from massive hot stars in the nebula's new...

Universe's Dark Matter Seen Through Photos of Gravitational Lensing & Galaxy Clusters

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space.com - Dark Matter's Link to Brilliant Galaxies Confirmed Credit: Paul Bode and Yue Shen, Princeton University The illustration shows the distribution of dark matter, massive halos, and luminous quasars i...

NASA - Hubble Has an Audience of Stellar Flashbulbs

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nasa.gov - NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration NASA Home     >    Missions     >    Hubble     >    Science Send Print Follow this link to Share This PageShare Feature › Larger image The NASA...

Niume | Posts

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niume.com - 45 years ago in the moon... On July 16, 1969 Astronauts Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins, and Edwin “Buzz” E. Aldrin left the Earth loaded into Apollo 11 and took off for the Moon. Here are a couple...

Week In Images / Highlights / ESA

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esa.int - Many celestial objects are beautiful – swirling spiral galaxies or glittering clusters of stars are notable examples. But some of the most striking scenes are created during the death throes of int...

Crystal Deception (English Edition) eBook: Doug J. Cooper: Amazon.fr: Boutique Kindle

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amazon.fr - Présentation de l'éditeur Criss lives in a special kind of prison. He can see and hear everything around the world. Yet a mesh restrains his reach and keeps him cooperative. His creator, Dr. Jessic...

Best view yet of merging galaxies in distant universe -- ScienceDaily

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sciencedaily.com - To make this observation, the team also enlisted the help of a gravitational lens, a galaxy-size magnifying glass, to reveal otherwise invisible detail. These new studies of galaxy HATLAS J142935.3...

Niume | Circle: Pictures With a Voice

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niume.com - Pictures With a Voice This circle is for photographs of people that has deeply moved or impressed you or are simply more than 'just photographs.' 'A great photograph is one that fully expresses wha...

space bookmarks Space clips kids bookmark clip by HafsaCreates

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etsy.com - Space theme wooden clips, can be used for outer space theme party favors or kids bookmark clips. You can also use them to hang your kids' art work. Attach a magnet to it, and you can use it on the ...

sagan|sense (science-illustrated: The...)

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sagansense.tumblr.com - I wanted to show the striking dichotomy of the Marsian surface (the two hemispheres differ in elevation by 1 to 3 km). While the northern one-third is relatively flat and lies below the conventiona...

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niume.com - The pale blue dote The Pale Blue Dot is a photograph of planet Earth taken in 1990 by the Voyager 1 spaceprobe from a record distance of about 6 billion kilometers (3.7 billion miles) from Earth, a...

HubbleSite - NewsCenter - Hubble's 22nd Anniversary Image Shows Turbulent Star-making Region (04/17/2012) - Introduction

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hubblesite.org - April 17, 2012: Several million young stars are vying for attention in this NASA Hubble Space Telescope image of a raucous stellar breeding ground in 30 Doradus, located in the heart of the Tarantu...

Phys.Org Mobile: Scientists build first map of hidden universe

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phys.org - On the largest scales, matter in the Universe is arranged in a vast network of filamentary structures known as the 'cosmic web', its tangled strands spanning hundreds of millions of light-years. Da...

Archangel - {[(∞)]}

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weareallstarstuff.tumblr.com - 7,755 notes Posted on Sunday, 22 June Tagged as: nebula   space art  

NASA’s MAVEN Mission Investigates Mars’ Atmosphere | Science

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blogs.kqed.org - NASA’s latest mission to Mars, MAVEN (Mars Atmospheric and Volatile Evolution), entered Martian orbit less than a month ago on September 21. It’s already begun to reward us with revealing insights ...

APOD: 2011 May 13 - A Beautiful Trifid

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apod.nasa.gov - Explanation: The beautiful Trifid Nebula is a cosmic study in colorful contrasts. Also known as M20, it lies about 5,000 light-years away toward the nebula rich constellation Sagittarius. A star fo...

Comet's Close Encounter with Mars Explained (Infographic)

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space.com - Comet C/2013 A1, called "Siding Spring" after the observatory where it was discovered, is making its first-ever pass into the inner solar system. On Oct. 19, 2014, the comet will pass Mars at a dis...

Comet Siding Spring Set To Flyby Mars On Sunday

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penny4nasa.org - In a once in a million years event, a comet is expected to buzz by Mars in a cosmic close encounter. Comet C/2013 A1, also known as Siding Spring, named after the observatory that first spotted the...

HubbleSite - NewsCenter - Taken Under the "Wing" of the Small Magellanic Cloud (04/04/2013) - Introduction

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hubblesite.org - April 4, 2013: NASA's Chandra X-ray telescope has made the first detection of X-ray emission from young solar-type stars that lie outside our Milky Way galaxy. They live in a region known as the "W...

HubbleSite - NewsCenter - Cosmic Collisions Galore! (04/24/2008) - Release Images

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hubblesite.org - NGC 520 is the product of a collision between two disk galaxies that started 300 million years ago. It exemplifies the middle stages of the merging process: the disks of the parent galaxies have me...

Wide-field view of NGC 2467 (ground-based image)

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spacetelescope.org - This is a wide field, ground-based view of the region around NGC 2467 created from digitised photographs taken through red and blue filters. The field of view is about three degrees across. Digitiz...

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live.slooh.com - Comet Siding Spring or C/2013 A1 will be making its close approach to Mars this October 19th, getting three times closer to Mars than the Moon is to the Earth!

Photonic Positive: Earth Like Planets and Civilizations in Space

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photonicpositive.blogspot.com - It is possible to further estimate how many planets will have intelligent life. I recall Carl Sagan doing a similar calculation based on an equation of the astronomer, Frank Drake. This was some th...

Watching Siding Spring's encounter with Mars

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planetary.org - Topics: comets, events and announcements, comet Siding Spring, Mars The nucleus of comet Siding Spring passes close by Mars on Sunday, October 19, at 18:27 UTC. Mars passes through the densest part...

Comet Siding Spring at Mars: How a Rare Celestial Event Was Discovered

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space.com - A comet that was born before the Earth formed is flying in from the edge of the solar system, bound for a dramatic date with Mars on Sunday (Oct. 19). Comet Siding Spring — unknown and undiscovered...

ATOS How Data from Space Could Reveal the Origins of our World - Ascent Blog Ascent Blog

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blog.atos.net - Q&A with Laurent Peret, Atos Consultant and Business Technologist, for the Rosetta Space Mission As the Rosetta Space Mission nears its final and most crucial phase – landing on the surface of the ...

APOD: 2014 October 18 - Melotte 15 in the Heart

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apod.nasa.gov - Explanation: Cosmic clouds form fantastic shapes in the central regions of emission nebula IC 1805. The clouds are sculpted by stellar winds and radiation from massive hot stars in the nebula's new...

Occhi puntati sulla cometa che 'graffierà' Marte - Spazio & Astronomia - Scienza&Tecnica - ANSA.it

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ansa.it - Marte si prepara a vivere uno spettacolo eccezionale per domenica 19 ottobre, con il rarissimo passaggio ravvicinato della cometa Siding Spring: delle dimensioni di una piccola montagna, la cometa ...

Cell-Like Structure Found within 1.3-Billion-Year-Old Martian Meteorite - Snapzu.com

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snapzu.com - A team of scientists from the United Kingdom and Greece led by Dr Elias Chatzitheodoridis of the National Technical University of Athens has found a mysterious oval structure embedded deep within a...

UK Jobs: Age is But a Number in the World of Innovation

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ibtimes.co.uk - Innovators are commonly portrayed as teenagers with laptops in their bedrooms developing apps which are then sold for millions. The reality, in the UK, however is a rich kaleidoscope of aspiring an...

APOD: 2011 July 26 - Galaxy NGC 474: Cosmic Blender

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apod.nasa.gov - Explanation: What's happening to galaxy NGC 474? The multiple layers of emission appear strangely complex and unexpected given the relatively featureless appearance of the elliptical galaxy in less...

This Weekend There Could Be Auroras—on Mars - CityLab

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citylab.com - Finland and Norway better watch out, because there's a new player in the northern-lights game. That would be Mars, which due to a brush-up with a comet could shimmer with ghostly, extraterrestrial ...

Meteorite makes big crater in Nicaragua - CNN.com

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cnn.com - (CNN) -- A meteorite crashed down in Managua, Nicaragua, late Saturday night, causing a loud explosion and leaving a crater 39 feet (12 meters) across, government officials said, according to The A...

NASA Recorded Sound In Space, And It's Absolutely Chilling

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canyouactually.com - You’ve probably heard that there’s no sound in space, but technically that’s not true. Sound does exist in the form of electromagnetic vibrations that pulsate in similar wavelengths. What NASA did ...

APOD: 2011 May 14 - The Little Dipper

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apod.nasa.gov - Explanation: At 2nd magnitude, Polaris is far from the brightest star in the night sky. But it is the brightest star at the left of this well-composed, starry mosaic spanning about 23 degrees acros...

APOD: 2014 August 20 - In the Center of the Lagoon Nebula

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apod.nasa.gov - Explanation: The center of the Lagoon Nebula is a whirlwind of spectacular star formation. Visible near the image center, at least two long funnel-shaped clouds, each roughly half a light-year long...

The Seven Wonders of the Moon

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io9.com - The prospect of future tourists gawking at the ice fountains of Enceladus, the volcanoes of Io and the grand canyons of Mars has many people forgetting what's in their own backyard. Pretty much eve...

Where will New Horizons Go After Pluto? - NASA Science

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science.nasa.gov - Oct 16, 2014:   Peering out to the dim, outer reaches of our solar system, NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope has uncovered three Kuiper Belt objects (KBOs) the agency’s New Horizons spacecraft could po...