Refraction of light through the front door 🌅
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oh_dear_friendsWhatever comes through that doorway I'm killing it.
hollomandiousIt’s like that glowing save spot in silent hill games. Just not demonic feeling.
[email protected] i want this for our house. This means the front door must face east or west
tylerr_the_creatorrThe eye is watching you -lotr reference
gen_mazaSome men just wanna watch the world burn
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steven_canflyAll seeing eye
[email protected]_katherine_5 wow 😍
[email protected] me on trufs
[email protected]_ cuál es el indice de refracción entonces? Hajajajajaj
ablucruzThat’s very nice 👍 I like that
shrikanthkulalGargantua from #interstellar[email protected] broooo
[email protected] ur right it'd look stretched
[email protected] I was also thinking the center design wouldn't be so bright and defined compared to the rest
since11201972You mean the gateway to the upside down 😐😑
Comer Clark is Near the Edge.
Sweeping through this stunning field of view, Comet 71P/Clark really is in the foreground of these cosmic clouds. The 2 panel telescopic mosaic is color enhanced and is about 5 degrees (10 full moons) across. It captures the faint comet's position on the night of May 23/24 over 5 light-minutes from Earth, very near the line-of-sight to bright star Antares and the Rho Ophiuchi cloud complex. In the frame Antares, also known as Alpha Scorpii, is at bottom center surrounded by a dusty cosmic cloud reflecting the cool giant star's yellowish light. Globular star cluster M4 shines just right of Antares, but M4 lies some 7,000 light-years away compared to Antares' 500 light-year distance. Slightly closer than Antares, Rho Ophiuchi's bluish starlight is reflected by the dust in molecular clouds toward the top. You can spot the small coma and short tail of the comet as a faint smudge near the center of the left edge of the frame. Just look for the comet's striking greenish color, produced as diatomic carbon molecules fluoresce in sunlight.
Image Credit & Copyright: Raul Villaverde Fraile
-Authors & editors: Robert Nemiroff & Jerry Bonnell.
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“Time is relative, okay? It can stretch and it can squeeze, but... it can't run backwards. Just can't. The only thing that can move across dimensions, like time, is gravity.” - Interstellar. I am so glad for the time that I get to spend with the love of my life. We always have a great time. Even if the foliage is at Hobby Lobby... #interstellar#time#hobbylobby#love
(random Mars facts)
BIRTH: It is thought that, during the Solar System's formation, Mars was created as the result of a random (stochastic) movement of gas molecules of run-away accretion of material from the protoplanetary disk that orbited the around Sun.
SURFACE: Mars' surface is basically made up of minerals like oxygen, silicon, iron and others of rocky type.
However, most of the ground is covered with iron (III) oxide, which is the rust that gives Mars its signature red colour.
MAGNETIC FIELD: Mars currently is known to not have a very strong magnetic field. Even if there is, it isn't global; there is evidence suggesting some parts of its plates are magnetised. With the help of Mars Global Surveyor, we know that Mars did however had a magnetic field about 4 billion years back, before its core lost its dynamo and the magnetic field faded away. The reasons are unknown.
Mars is so mysterious, it messes me up. It's like a dead Earth. How exciting and enticing it is...
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The greatest distance across the contiguous United States is nearly 2,900 miles (from Northern California to Maine). By the best current estimates, Pluto is just over 1400 miles across, less than half the width of the U.S. Certainly in size it is much smaller than any major planet, perhaps making it a bit easier to understand why a few years ago it was “demoted” from full planet status. It is now known as a “dwarf planet.” #universe#space#interstellar#cosmos#facts#outerspace#pluto
Wow wow wow! We've hit 1000 followers! Crazy to think just how much we've grown this year. Thank you everyone that follows are our work, along with those of you that have tried our free data out for yourselves and even all of our new team members! Couldn't be happier to have all of you on board this journey through the cosmos. To celebrate, here is an image of Messier 51, the Whirlpool Galaxy from our 14.5" RCOS scope.