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  • 💥Big Bang💥
• Twentieth century astronomer Edwin Hubble discovered that the universe is expanding by observing that large-scale structures like galaxies are all moving away from each other, in any direction that we look.
• This means that at some point the universe was smaller and started off in a single point. •  After years of calculations it was estimated that this event occurred 13.7 billion years ago.
• Within the first second of the universe existence, the temperature dropped from a million billion degrees to 10 billion degrees.
• What do you think caused this explosion?
  • 💥Big Bang💥
    • Twentieth century astronomer Edwin Hubble discovered that the universe is expanding by observing that large-scale structures like galaxies are all moving away from each other, in any direction that we look.
    • This means that at some point the universe was smaller and started off in a single point. • After years of calculations it was estimated that this event occurred 13.7 billion years ago.
    • Within the first second of the universe existence, the temperature dropped from a million billion degrees to 10 billion degrees.
    • What do you think caused this explosion?
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  • Adventure is allowing the unexpected to happen to you. Exploration is experiencing what you have not experienced before. How can there be any adventure, any exploration, if you let somebody else above all, a travel bureau arrange everything before-hand? 💬 What are your thoughts?
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  • Adventure is allowing the unexpected to happen to you. Exploration is experiencing what you have not experienced before. How can there be any adventure, any exploration, if you let somebody else above all, a travel bureau arrange everything before-hand? 💬 What are your thoughts?
    😃Tag someone who needs to see this!
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    📷 Credits: @space.galery
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  • "Astronomy compels the soul to look upwards and leads us from this world to another." - Plato
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Follow @universe_and_science for more!🌌
  • "Astronomy compels the soul to look upwards and leads us from this world to another." - Plato
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    Follow @universe_and_science for more!🌌
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  • We choose to go to the moon in this decade and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard, because that goal will serve to organize and measure the best of our energies and skills, because that challenge is one that we are willing to accept, one we are unwilling to postpone, and one which we intend to win.
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📷 Credits: @artxman
  • We choose to go to the moon in this decade and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard, because that goal will serve to organize and measure the best of our energies and skills, because that challenge is one that we are willing to accept, one we are unwilling to postpone, and one which we intend to win.
    💬 What are your thoughts?
    😃Tag someone who needs to see this!
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    📷 Credits: @artxman
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  • VENUS DESCRIPTION;e 
Venus is a place you would never want to visit; often called "earth's twin", because it's nearly equal in size and composition, venus is a world of extremes. It's the hottest planet in solar system, and it has the longest day. One day actually lasts longer than one year. So you could celebrate two birthdays on the same day! Reaching venus only takes about 100 days, but scouting a landing site is impossible. The entire surface is permanently shrouded in clouds made of poisonous sulfur dioxide. As you descend through them, you'd be struck by 220-mph winds. 30 miles down, the winds subside, and you will enter a toxic haze. Venue's clouds rain sulfuric acid, but the atmosphere is so hot, the rain evaporates in midair, generating a haze of sulfuric acid over 10 miles thick. The temperature in haze is 600 F, and the pressure is10 times greater than at sea level here on earth. By the time you reached the surface, the pressure will be 92 times greater, the same temperature you will feel half a mile under the oceans on earth, and the temperature is a balmy 820 F - hot enough to melt lead. 
Landing on Venus's north pole will not be any cooler, venus barely tilts on its axis, making the entire surface the same temperature.
Assuming you somehow find a way to survive down here, exploring venus would be extremely difficult. Venus's clouds reflect 90% of sunlight that hits them. So, the surface is dimly lit, making it hard to see anything beyond 2 miles. Plus, you will need a continuous supply of oxygen. Venus's atmosphere is 96% carbon dioxide, 3.5% nitrogen, and less than 1% carbon monoxide, argon, sulfur dioxide and water vapor. 
Then there is the risk of cell damage and possible cancer. Venus has no magnetic field, so being bombarded by high-energy cosmic radiations is a major concern. 
You feel slightly lighter on the venus. Venus is 91% the mass of earth. So you'd weight about 10% less.
Between 1920 to 1982, the former Soviet union successfully landed 8 unscrewed spacecraft on venus, but the longest any lasted was just 110  minutes.
#nasa  #astrology #cosmology #astrophysics #solarsystem #observatory #moon #telescope #cosmos #earth #planet #physics
  • VENUS DESCRIPTION;e
    Venus is a place you would never want to visit; often called "earth's twin", because it's nearly equal in size and composition, venus is a world of extremes. It's the hottest planet in solar system, and it has the longest day. One day actually lasts longer than one year. So you could celebrate two birthdays on the same day! Reaching venus only takes about 100 days, but scouting a landing site is impossible. The entire surface is permanently shrouded in clouds made of poisonous sulfur dioxide. As you descend through them, you'd be struck by 220-mph winds. 30 miles down, the winds subside, and you will enter a toxic haze. Venue's clouds rain sulfuric acid, but the atmosphere is so hot, the rain evaporates in midair, generating a haze of sulfuric acid over 10 miles thick. The temperature in haze is 600 F, and the pressure is10 times greater than at sea level here on earth. By the time you reached the surface, the pressure will be 92 times greater, the same temperature you will feel half a mile under the oceans on earth, and the temperature is a balmy 820 F - hot enough to melt lead.
    Landing on Venus's north pole will not be any cooler, venus barely tilts on its axis, making the entire surface the same temperature.
    Assuming you somehow find a way to survive down here, exploring venus would be extremely difficult. Venus's clouds reflect 90% of sunlight that hits them. So, the surface is dimly lit, making it hard to see anything beyond 2 miles. Plus, you will need a continuous supply of oxygen. Venus's atmosphere is 96% carbon dioxide, 3.5% nitrogen, and less than 1% carbon monoxide, argon, sulfur dioxide and water vapor.
    Then there is the risk of cell damage and possible cancer. Venus has no magnetic field, so being bombarded by high-energy cosmic radiations is a major concern.
    You feel slightly lighter on the venus. Venus is 91% the mass of earth. So you'd weight about 10% less.
    Between 1920 to 1982, the former Soviet union successfully landed 8 unscrewed spacecraft on venus, but the longest any lasted was just 110 minutes.
    #nasa #astrology #cosmology #astrophysics #solarsystem #observatory #moon #telescope #cosmos #earth #planet #physics
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  • Breathtaking new images of far side of the Moon captured by Chinese lunar rover

Stunning high-definition photographs of the far side of the Moon have been captured by China's lunar rover, Yutu-2.

The images show the dusty lunar terrain pitted with craters, tracks made by Yutu-2 after descent from the Chang'e-4 lander, and Yutu-2's own shadow on the surface on the Moon.

They were captured by the rover's panoramic camera , as it makes its way west from its landing site in the South Pole-Aitken basin - an impact crater on the far side of the Moon.

The South Pole-Aitken basin is of interest to scientists because it is believed that an ancient lunar impact may have exposed the Moon's mantle in this area.

By studying this region, scientists hope to learn more about the early solar system and Earth, and demonstrate the feasibility of future human and robotic far side missions.

Since landing on the moon in January , Chang'e-4 and Yutu-2 have been conducting science and exploration tasks in the Von Kármán crater.

The crater is believed to be composed of various chemical compounds, including thorium, iron oxide, and titanium dioxide, which could provide clues about the origin of the lunar mantle.

Progress has been slow because both vehicles power down during lunar nights - a roughly 2-week period each month - when their location is in darkness.
#isromiroj #isro🚀 #isroindia #isro_india #isromissions #isrotellagoona #isrosa #isro #spacebuns #spacetattoo #DRDO #rocketleague #nasa🚀 #nasa #science #cosmos #physics #astrophysics #galaxies #andromeda #milkyway #universe #multiverse #spacescience #stars #interstellar #bigbang # cosmology #astronomy
  • Breathtaking new images of far side of the Moon captured by Chinese lunar rover

    Stunning high-definition photographs of the far side of the Moon have been captured by China's lunar rover, Yutu-2.

    The images show the dusty lunar terrain pitted with craters, tracks made by Yutu-2 after descent from the Chang'e-4 lander, and Yutu-2's own shadow on the surface on the Moon.

    They were captured by the rover's panoramic camera , as it makes its way west from its landing site in the South Pole-Aitken basin - an impact crater on the far side of the Moon.

    The South Pole-Aitken basin is of interest to scientists because it is believed that an ancient lunar impact may have exposed the Moon's mantle in this area.

    By studying this region, scientists hope to learn more about the early solar system and Earth, and demonstrate the feasibility of future human and robotic far side missions.

    Since landing on the moon in January , Chang'e-4 and Yutu-2 have been conducting science and exploration tasks in the Von Kármán crater.

    The crater is believed to be composed of various chemical compounds, including thorium, iron oxide, and titanium dioxide, which could provide clues about the origin of the lunar mantle.

    Progress has been slow because both vehicles power down during lunar nights - a roughly 2-week period each month - when their location is in darkness.
    #isromiroj #isro 🚀 #isroindia #isro_india #isromissions #isrotellagoona #isrosa #isro #spacebuns #spacetattoo #DRDO #rocketleague #nasa 🚀 #nasa #science #cosmos #physics #astrophysics #galaxies #andromeda #milkyway #universe #multiverse #spacescience #stars #interstellar #bigbang # cosmology #astronomy
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  • KABALAH APLICADA A LA VIDA DIARIA - Clase 6 Parte3
Ya estamos en la mitad de la clase 6. ¡Falta poco para finalizar el Curso!
Hoy encontrarás información acerca del caos, tanto en general en el mundo, como en la vida particular de una persona.

Los temas:
-El mundo funciona bajo el principio del espejo
-El "Punto Cero"
-El fin de los tiempos
-El comer y la extracción de Luz
-Los mundos del caos
-Yaakov y Esav
-La defensa que brinda el ego mata a la persona
-Los romanos son los descendientes de Esav
-Los reyes de Edom y los mundos anteriores al nuestro
-El origen del caos en nuestra vida
-Que haya gobernantes egoístas es un buen augurio#buenosairescity #buenosaires #espiritualidad #crecimiento #cosmos #oneness#love #vida #belleza #amigos #amor #unidad #somosuno #conectados
  • KABALAH APLICADA A LA VIDA DIARIA - Clase 6 Parte3
    Ya estamos en la mitad de la clase 6. ¡Falta poco para finalizar el Curso!
    Hoy encontrarás información acerca del caos, tanto en general en el mundo, como en la vida particular de una persona.

    Los temas:
    -El mundo funciona bajo el principio del espejo
    -El "Punto Cero"
    -El fin de los tiempos
    -El comer y la extracción de Luz
    -Los mundos del caos
    -Yaakov y Esav
    -La defensa que brinda el ego mata a la persona
    -Los romanos son los descendientes de Esav
    -Los reyes de Edom y los mundos anteriores al nuestro
    -El origen del caos en nuestra vida
    -Que haya gobernantes egoístas es un buen augurio #buenosairescity #buenosaires #espiritualidad #crecimiento #cosmos #oneness #love #vida #belleza #amigos #amor #unidad #somosuno #conectados
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  • Triad for the Cosmos (1)
Paper, acrylic, chalk, graphite, brick dust, ink.
34” x 28”
2019
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On view at the Sandusky cultural center this Sunday! .
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Here is some writing...
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It’s become increasingly harder to name this type of work. For me it’s an ode to the primal force, a sort of offering, and a realization of the sacred through my own personal process of making. It has in it years of my work collaged together, it’s made from the materials that built our civilization. My intent is to make work that reconnects myself and my ancestors to the spiritual world we were separated from multiple times over the course of colonization and colonizing. A symbol for both the past and future of my people.
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#scaredart #artifact #contemporaryart #artistsoninstagram #ancestralhealing #sacred #cosmos #spirit #collage #worksonpaper
  • Triad for the Cosmos (1)
    Paper, acrylic, chalk, graphite, brick dust, ink.
    34” x 28”
    2019
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    On view at the Sandusky cultural center this Sunday! .
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    Here is some writing...
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    It’s become increasingly harder to name this type of work. For me it’s an ode to the primal force, a sort of offering, and a realization of the sacred through my own personal process of making. It has in it years of my work collaged together, it’s made from the materials that built our civilization. My intent is to make work that reconnects myself and my ancestors to the spiritual world we were separated from multiple times over the course of colonization and colonizing. A symbol for both the past and future of my people.
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    #scaredart #artifact #contemporaryart #artistsoninstagram #ancestralhealing #sacred #cosmos #spirit #collage #worksonpaper
  • 16 0 29 minutes ago
  • Floating Cities On Venus The Hottest Planet In System!
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Venus is the second planet from the Sun, orbiting it every 224.7 Earth days.It has the longest rotation period (243 days) of any planet in the Solar System and rotates in the opposite direction to most other planets (meaning the Sun rises in the west and sets in the east).It does not have any natural satellites. It is named after the Roman goddess of love and beauty. It is the second-brightest natural object in the night sky after the Moon,this is a post by astromate, reaching an apparent magnitude of −4.6 – bright enough to cast shadows at night and, rarely, visible to the naked eye in broad daylight.Orbiting within Earth's orbit, Venus is an inferior planet and never appears to venture far from the Sun; its maximum angular distance from the Sun (elongation) is 47.8°.
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The colonization of Venus has been a subject of many works of science fiction since before the dawn of spaceflight, and is still discussed from both a fictional and a scientific standpoint. However, with the discovery of Venus's extremely hostile surface environment, attention has largely shifted towards the colonization of the Moon and Mars instead, with proposals for Venus focused on colonies floating in the upper-middle atmosphereand on terraforming.
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  • Floating Cities On Venus The Hottest Planet In System!
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    Venus is the second planet from the Sun, orbiting it every 224.7 Earth days.It has the longest rotation period (243 days) of any planet in the Solar System and rotates in the opposite direction to most other planets (meaning the Sun rises in the west and sets in the east).It does not have any natural satellites. It is named after the Roman goddess of love and beauty. It is the second-brightest natural object in the night sky after the Moon,this is a post by astromate, reaching an apparent magnitude of −4.6 – bright enough to cast shadows at night and, rarely, visible to the naked eye in broad daylight.Orbiting within Earth's orbit, Venus is an inferior planet and never appears to venture far from the Sun; its maximum angular distance from the Sun (elongation) is 47.8°.
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    The colonization of Venus has been a subject of many works of science fiction since before the dawn of spaceflight, and is still discussed from both a fictional and a scientific standpoint. However, with the discovery of Venus's extremely hostile surface environment, attention has largely shifted towards the colonization of the Moon and Mars instead, with proposals for Venus focused on colonies floating in the upper-middle atmosphereand on terraforming.
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    Follow @Astromate
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    #spacefacts #space #facts #didyouknow #factoftheday #science #quantumphysics #quantummechanics #research
    #gravity #gravitationalwaves #spacetime #alberteinstein #relativity #astronomyfacts
    #astrophysics #cosmic #astrophotography #nasa
    #astrophysics #blackhole #gargantua #saturn #moon #Jupiter #Uranus #Sun #cosmos
    #Stephenhawking #spacex #gravity
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