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Category Archive: Universe

Mar 19 2014

Monkey Head Nebula

(Via: Nasa)

Mar 18 2014

The Universe is expanding.

(Via: Space)

Nov 15 2013

Mars 4 billion years ago.

I feel like I have been there, have seen cloudy blue sky, spooky rocky hills, dry red soil when I was travelling in Iceland, Irish peninsula, China or Egypt.

Jul 14 2013

How big is the Universe?

We who know a little bit of science know how big the universe is. The video above is not for the people who already know about the size of the universe, but for the people who believe in the Holy Bible, in the Holy Quran, and other sacred texts that have numerous scientific errors.

Jul 11 2013

Our solar system has a tail.

Our solar system has a tail. The tail is a stream of solar wind plasma — charged particles — and magnetic field, trailing off behind the heliosphere. The heliosphere is a magnetic bubble that surrounds our solar system, as well as the solar wind and our sun’s magnetic field. This bubble doesn’t stop at the …

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Jun 19 2013

Our local universe

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Apr 21 2013

Happy Birthday, Hubble!

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Carinae Nebula Cat’s eye Nebula Lagoon Nebula Crab Nebula Horsehead Nebula Let’s celebrate the Hubble Space Telescope‘s 23rd birthday.

Mar 22 2013

Our Universe

New Map Made of First Trillionth of a Trillionth of a Second After Big Bang.

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Feb 20 2013

Water!

Wow! As little as five years ago, no one had detected water in the samples returned from the Moon. The advancement of instrumentation, such as secondary ion mass spectrometry and Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, has made it possible to detect tiny, but measurable, amounts of water in the mineral grains from Apollo samples. In a …

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Feb 18 2013

February 15

So many things are happening these days. If you ask me about the last week , I would tell you the stories of an asteroid and a meteorite. One fell to Earth, another didn’t. 1. ‘An asteroid passed safely by Earth on Feb. 15, 2013. Its closest approach, about 17, 150 miles above the Indian …

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