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THREAD AstronomyAstronomy Picture Of The Day
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4 February 2013 Namibian Nights Video Credit & Copyright: Marsel van Oosten; Music: Simon Wilkinson Namibia has some of the darkest nights visible from any continent. It is therefore home to...
THREAD Mental IllnessI need sleepp
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Psychology Forum
soo, I haven't been able to sleep for the past 3 days... I'm no doctor, but I'm pretty sure that's not a good thing. I just lay there and I try to go to sleep but nothing seems to...
THREAD Science vs ReligionScience is prooving the Bible
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defends your book. That's nice. As tradition teaches the ghost road (Milky Way) as an extension of life (soul) & therefore the use of star children is commonly given as native names to other...
THREAD Alternative Beliefsreal or just a myth?
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Ahh . . . In the Native Traditions when a person dies they are said to have gone South (ie. realm or land of the spirit) and although an entry about the Ghost Dance was given. The Ghost Road (Milky Wa...
THREAD Reality & MetaphysicsDoes Time Even Exist?
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Nice thought,We have just given a name to one of the many parts of life, for our own conveniance. By Jove I think he has got it! surely there is no direction in space as there are no magnetic points...
THREAD Physics & CosmologyExcerp: Cosmology
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The universe is 15 billion years old. 15 billion years ago, all the stuff in the universe was concentrated in a singularity, a mathematical concept, a speck of infinite density. It exploded. This is w...
THREAD AstronomyOur Home
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The approximate diameter of the Milky Way is 100,000 light years. And here is our galaxy, merely a spec among other galaxies within our "local group" of galaxies. Our local group alone is ab...
THREAD Stellar Scenes
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Naoyuki Kurita is an astrophotographer who is located in Japan. In order to take his astro-images, Naoyuki drives outside of the city, to locations away from the interference of city lights. On his...
THREAD CREATION OF UNIVERSE
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The Universe and its elements : all the galaxies, stars, planets, asteroids, the Milky Way, the Sun, the Earth, the Moon and billions of other immense bodies are rotating and revolving in excellent ha...
THREAD AstronomyAstronomy Picture Of The Day
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12 January 2013 Ten Billion Earths Illustration Credit: NASA, F. Fressin (Harvard CfA) How common are Earth-sized planets? Quite common, according to extrapolations from new data taken by NASA&#...
THREAD AstronomyAstronomy Picture Of The Day
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11 December 2012 NGC 604: Giant Stellar Nursery Image Credit: Hubble Legacy Archive, ESA, NASA; Processing - Donald Waid Stars are sometimes born in the midst of chaos. About 3 million years ago...
THREAD AstronomyAstronomy Picture Of The Day
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24 October 2012 NGC 206 and the Star Clouds of Andromeda Image Credit & Copyright: Bob and Janice Fera (Fera Photography) The large stellar association cataloged as NGC 206 is nestled within...
THREAD AstronomyAstronomy Picture Of The Day
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11 February 2013 N11: Star Clouds of the LMC Image Credit: NASA, ESA, J. Lake (Pomfret School Massive stars, abrasive winds, mountains of dust, and energetic light sculpt one of the largest and...
THREAD AstronomyAstronomy Picture Of The Day
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6 September 2012 Airglow over Italy Image Credit & Copyright: Tamas Ladanyi (TWAN) In this serene night skyscape, the Milky Way's graceful arc stretches over prominent peaks in the Ital...
THREAD AstronomyAstronomy Picture Of The Day
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8 October 2012 Spherical Planetary Nebula Abell 39 Image Credit & Copyright: Adam Block, Mt. Lemmon SkyCenter, University of Arizona Ghostly in appearance, Abell 39 is a remarkably simple, s...
THREAD AstronomyAstronomy Picture Of The Day
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8 January 2013 Grand Spiral Galaxy NGC 7424 Image Credit & Copyright: SSRO-South (S. Mazlin, J. Harvey, D. Verschatse, R. Gilbert) & Kevin Ivarsen (UNC/CTIO/PROMPT) The grand, winding arm...
THREAD AstronomyAstronomy Picture Of The Day
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26 November 2012 Wisps of the Veil Nebula Image Credit & Copyright: Joaquin Ferreiros Wisps like this are all that remain visible of a Milky Way star. About 9,000 years ago that star explode...
THREAD AstronomyAstronomy Picture Of The Day
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15 December 2012 When Gemini Sends Stars to Paranal Image Credit & Copyright: St├ęphane Guisard (Los Cielos de America), TWAN From a radiant point in the constellation of the Twins, the annu...
THREAD AstronomyAstronomy Picture Of The Day
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16 January 2013 NGC 1309: Spiral Galaxy and Friends Image Credit: Hubble Legacy Archive, ESA, NASA; Processing - Martin Pugh A gorgeous spiral galaxy some 100 million light-years distant, NGC 13...
THREAD AstronomyAstronomy Picture Of The Day
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17 March 2013 Light Echoes from V838 Mon Image Credit: NASA, ESA, H. E. Bond (STScI) What caused this outburst of V838 Mon? For reasons unknown, star V838 Mon's outer surface suddenly great...
THREAD AstronomyAstronomy Picture Of The Day
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12 November 2012 Meteor and Moonbow over Wallaman Falls Image Credit & Copyright: Thierry Legault Which feature takes your breath away first in this encompassing panorama of land and sky? Th...
THREAD AstronomyAstronomy Picture Of The Day
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23 November 2012 The Pipe Nebula Image Credit & Copyright: Yuri Beletsky (Las Campanas Observatory, Carnegie Institution for Science) East of Antares, dark markings sprawl through crowded st...
THREAD AstronomyAstronomy Picture Of The Day
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14 September 2012 Elliptical M60, Spiral NGC 4647 Credit: NASA, ESA, Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA) Giant elliptical galaxy M60 and spiral galaxy NGC 4647 do look like an odd couple in this s...
THREAD AstronomyAstronomy Picture Of The Day
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19 January 2013 Barnard Stares at NGC 2170 Image Credit & Copyright: John Davis A gaze across a cosmic skyscape, this telescopic mosaic reveals the continuous beauty of things that are. The...
THREAD AstronomyAstronomy Picture Of The Day
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31 January 2013 NGC 4372 and the Dark Doodad Image Credit & Copyright: Ivan Eder The delightful Dark Doodad Nebula drifts through southern skies, a tantalizing target for binoculars in the c...
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