This amazing video comes from astrophotograher Randy Halverson. Halverson wrote on his website: “On the Milky Way shots you will see a lot of slow and fast moving satellites, a few meteors and planes.
Image Credit: Roy L. Caldwell, Department of Integrative Biology, University of California, Berkeley (via WikimediaCommons) The Mantis Shrimp is like the Chuck Norris of the sea; this bad-ass creature packs quite the powerful punch.
Here, we take a good look at the space in the general vicinity of the Cone nebula, which is a star forming region located more than 2,500 light-years from Earth in the constellation of Monoceros (it also looks like a massive space beast, doesn’t it?
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Imave via SmarterEveryDay You have a balloon that is filled with helium. You tie it up in your minivan (or car, or truck, or whatever you happen to drive).
September 2009 artist conception of the James Webb Space Telescope. Credit: NASA Nearly everyone has heard of the Hubble Telescope – in fact, the Hubble is widely regarded as one of mankind’s greatest accomplishments.
Click on the image to see Earth pinpointed (Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech) If you aren’t already familiar with this image, your life is incomplete without you even knowing it.
Every second, about 34 cosmic rays from the Sun (and some from distant supernovae) zip through your body.
If the Moon were replaced by Mars (Image Source) The immediate effects on Earth, if the moon were suddenly replaced by Mars, would be for the whole population to go “WHAT THE… ?
This is a rather simple experiment: Put a cute, fluffy peep in a bell jar; suck out all the air using a vacuum; watch the horror.
These creatures may look like terrifying beasts, but there isn’t too much to fear. Mostly, this is because these images are of polychaetes, or bristle worms.
Meteorites have been incorporated into jewelry for at least 5,000 years. Beads on an Egyptian necklace are in fact the very first use of iron on record, and their source almost certainly fell from space.
Image Credit: NASA, ESA, and S. Smartt (Queen’s University Belfast), Acknowledgement: Brian Campbell (Spacetelescope.org) This galaxy, NGC 1084, is a picture of perfection.
The Andromeda Galaxy The “holy grail” of a scientific theory is one that can make accurate predictions of phenomena in advance.
Click to see a larger image (CREDIT: William Hood) This incredible collage was taken by William Hood and it shows each of the 28 phases the moon goes through in its lunar cycle.
During a total Lunar eclipse, the moon appears coppery and reddish, this is often called a “blood Moon.” This happens because, during a full eclipse, the sunlight that hits the moon has to pass through the Earth’s atmosphere.
Artist’s conception of what it might be like to stand on the surface of the planet Kepler-186f via Danielle Futselaar This week, scientists announced the discovery of the first Earth-size exoplanet in the habitable zone of its host star.