Hubble Deep Field

Hubble Deep Field

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Carl Sagan Narrates Tree of life .. a little mash up of the Tree of Life “creation” sequence and Mr. Sagan showing his stuff… music is from the Fountain

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If anybody can find where this shirt is sold you will be loved forever

If anybody can find where this shirt is sold you will be loved forever

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New understandings of the nature of dark matter suggest the universe’s interactions with mass and gravity demonstrate the possibility of an oscillating universe. Meaning we could be the first universe in a cycle that will continue or the billionth version of our universe…

New understandings of the nature of dark matter suggest the universe’s interactions with mass and gravity demonstrate the possibility of an oscillating universe. Meaning we could be the first universe in a cycle that will continue or the billionth version of our universe…

This Hubble telescope image shows planets and asteroids whirling close to a giant black hole and being smashed to smithereens, creating the thick, donut-shaped clouds of debris.

This Hubble telescope image shows planets and asteroids whirling close to a giant black hole and being smashed to smithereens, creating the thick, donut-shaped clouds of debris.

So far we have observed 300,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 stars in the universe. Most of those are larger than our sun.

So far we have observed 300,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 stars in the universe. Most of those are larger than our sun.

gallen:

 
Herschel Finds Oceans of Water in Disk of Nearby Star

gallen:

Herschel Finds Oceans of Water in Disk of Nearby Star

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nwkarchivist:

Apollo 7 launched on this day, 1968

Why should the U.S. have a space program? John Kennedy provided one answer when he suggested that great nations are constantly renewed when they undertake great endeavors. The truth is, that even in this age of science, man needs symbols and still puts up shrines to express his aspirations.   

Newsweek October 14, 1968

nwkarchivist:

Apollo 7 launched on this day, 1968

Why should the U.S. have a space program? John Kennedy provided one answer when he suggested that great nations are constantly renewed when they undertake great endeavors. The truth is, that even in this age of science, man needs symbols and still puts up shrines to express his aspirations.   

Newsweek October 14, 1968

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99% of all energy that we consume comes from the sun.

99% of all energy that we consume comes from the sun.