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Nasan Juno-luotaimen lähettämissä kuvissa näkyy, että pohjoisnapa on sinisempi…

Nasan Juno-luotaimen lähettämissä kuvissa näkyy, että pohjoisnapa on sinisempi…

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There are more synapses (nerve connections) in your brain than there are stars in the galaxy. Synapses in your brain: trillions and trillions. Galaxies in the universe: about 500 billion.


astronomers cite GK Persei as an example of a “classical nova,” an outburst produced by a thermonuclear explosion on the surface of a white dwarf star, the dense remnant of a Sun-like star.

Saturn is an extreme interest to me. The Rings that were photographed changed within five minutes. Meaning, the particles that make up the Rings were changing so fast that it confused our own scientists so much they don't even talk about it. It's like salt on a speaker that is booming.

Hexagon at the pole of Saturn. this renders me speechless. I am so in love with my star system!

#Starquakes: Shaking Up Our Knowledge of Stars

Fermi Discovers Evidence Of Starquakes In Magnetar Burst Eruptions - Redorbit

Dos enanas blancas, las madres de la supernova 2014J | Informe21.com #Photography

New data from NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory offer a glimpse into the environment of a star before it exploded earlier this year, and insight into what triggered one of the closest supernovas witnessed in decades.

Kugelblitz Black Holes: Lasers & Doom Black Holes: We all know these fantastic objects are created when a sufficiently large amount of mass gets so dense it collapses to an infinitely small point – creating a region of spacetime so warped that even light can’t escape. Of course, the most practical way for a black hole to be created is when a massive star reaches the end of its life. But, what if I told you there was a second, more spectacular way to create one of these objects?

Largest structure in universe discovered, it's mind-boggling. Astronomers have discovered the largest known structure in the universe, a clump of active galactic cores that stretches 4 billion light-years from end to end.

Our Oceans Are Dying and We're At Fault : TreeHugger

Our Oceans Are Dying and We're At Fault

A very interesting Los Angeles Times article on the state of the oceans sounds like something out of a horror movie - fishermen come in contact with a spongy weed, only to break out into a painful rash that won't go away and

A scanning electron microscope image of spider silk-glands making a thread

A scanning electron microscope image of spider silk glands making a thread originally from Dennis Kunkel Microscopy. the colours looks very interesting under a microscope