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Explore meltie_dehotot's Instagram Take me home, old friend. #HST 🚅 #zzz 1431496624324456313_1472529506

Take me home, old friend. #HST 🚅 #zzz

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Explore heishowtamure's Instagram Show Forcalquier
Paoa & Hivinau 
#show #forcalquier #forcalquier2017 #heishowtamure #heishowtamure👍🏽 #hst @kaalolaine @heilanitama @lamatadavid @vailani_slb 1431484082742889516_2232534983

Show Forcalquier Paoa & Hivinau #show #forcalquier #forcalquier2017 #heishowtamure #heishowtamure👍🏽 #hst @kaalolaine @heilanitama @lamatadavid @vailani_slb

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Explore bubba_monkey81's Instagram GLAMdelion with a blue Swarovski Crystal set into a. 50 BMG shell polished and cleared. Can be made with any color crystal. I'm selling them for $25 shipped. #GLAMdelions #americanmade #america #badass #badassery #glock #hornadyammo #hornady #hst #ammo #bangbang #pewpew #projectile #bullets #2ndamendment #2a #edc #everydaycarry #everydaytactical #edccommunity #knifesale #knifesales #tacticalgear #tactical #tacticalshit #tacticool #usnstagram #usnfollow 1431458336385886259_2198798358

GLAMdelion with a blue Swarovski Crystal set into a. 50 BMG shell polished and cleared. Can be made with any color crystal. I'm selling them for $25 shipped. #glamdelions #americanmade #america #badass #badassery #glock #hornadyammo #hornady #hst #ammo #bangbang #pewpew #projectile #bullets #2ndamendment #2a #edc #everydaycarry #everydaytactical #edccommunity #knifesale #knifesales #tacticalgear #tactical #tacticalshit #tacticool #usnstagram #usnfollow

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Explore apeironuniverse's Instagram It is an incredible shot  of the Expedition 50's launch to @iss  with Astronaut Peggy, Novitskiy and @thom_astro on Nov. 18, 2016. .
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It is an incredible shot of the Expedition 50's launch to @iss with Astronaut Peggy, Novitskiy and @thom_astro on Nov. 18, 2016. . . . Image Credit : NASA #launchpad #launch

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Explore origin_of_spacetime's Instagram A Barred Galaxy! In 1900, astronomer Joseph Lunt made a discovery: Peering through a telescope at Cape Town Observatory, the British-South African scientist spotted this beautiful sight in the southern constellation of Grus (The Crane): a barred spiral galaxy.

Over a century later, the galaxy is still of interest to astronomers. For this image, the Hubble Space Telescope used its Advanced Camera for Surveys (ACS) to produce a beautiful and intricate image of the galaxy. Hubble's ACS can resolve individual stars within other galaxies, making it an invaluable tool to explore how various populations of stars sprang to life, evolved, and died throughout the cosmos.
IC 5201 sits over 40 million light-years away from us. As with two thirds of all the spirals we see in the Universe - including the Milky Way - the galaxy has a bar of stars slicing through its center.

Tremendous Thanks to ESA/Hubble & NASA

#nasa #hst #hubble #nasabeyond #galaxy #astronomy #science 1431423163606356024_2346596262

A Barred Galaxy! In 1900, astronomer Joseph Lunt made a discovery: Peering through a telescope at Cape Town Observatory, the British-South African scientist spotted this beautiful sight in the southern constellation of Grus (The Crane): a barred spiral galaxy. Over a century later, the galaxy is still of interest to astronomers. For this image, the Hubble Space Telescope used its Advanced Camera for Surveys (ACS) to produce a beautiful and intricate image of the galaxy. Hubble's ACS can resolve individual stars within other galaxies, making it an invaluable tool to explore how various populations of stars sprang to life, evolved, and died throughout the cosmos. IC 5201 sits over 40 million light-years away from us. As with two thirds of all the spirals we see in the Universe - including the Milky Way - the galaxy has a bar of stars slicing through its center. Tremendous Thanks to ESA/Hubble & NASA #nasa #hst #hubble #nasabeyond #galaxy #astronomy #science

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Explore uscca's Instagram #Repost @concealed_carry_nation
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Carry responsibly my friends.
 #guns #everydaycarry #2ndamendment #merica #murrica #concealedcarry #smithnwesson #m&p #shield9mm #hsthollowpoints #hst+p #147grain 1431387390303598291_1330603544

#repost@concealed_carry_nation ・・・ Repost @gunz_n_grub ・・・ Carry responsibly my friends. #guns #everydaycarry #2ndamendment #merica #murrica #concealedcarry #smithnwesson #m&p #shield9mm #hsthollowpoints #hst+p #147grain

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Explore afg_spacestationssk's Instagram The beautiful spiral galaxy visible in the center of the image is in the Virgo constellation and imaged by the Hubble Space Telescope. It presents an interesting puzzle. At first glance, this galaxy appears to be a normal spiral galaxy, much like the Milky Way, but first appearances can be deceptive! The Milky Way galaxy, like most large galaxies, has a supermassive black hole at its center, but some galaxies are centered on lighter, intermediate-mass black holes. This is such a galaxy - in fact, it is centered on one of the lowest black hole masses known in any luminous galactic core. What puzzles scientists about this particular galaxy is that the calculations don't add up. With such a relatively low mass for the central black hole, models for the emission from the object cannot explain the observed spectrum. There must be other mechanisms at play in the interactions between the inner and outer parts of the accretion disk surrounding the black hole.

Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, Acknowledgement: Judy Schmidt

#nasa #space #hubble #hst #nasabeyond #astronomy #galaxy #milkyway #blackhole #science #star #followme #nebula #iss #esa @iss @nasa #beauty #natgeo #natgeotravel @natgeo (#peace for #AFGHANISTAN and #WORLD) 1431376915290029771_3680899103

The beautiful spiral galaxy visible in the center of the image is in the Virgo constellation and imaged by the Hubble Space Telescope. It presents an interesting puzzle. At first glance, this galaxy appears to be a normal spiral galaxy, much like the Milky Way, but first appearances can be deceptive! The Milky Way galaxy, like most large galaxies, has a supermassive black hole at its center, but some galaxies are centered on lighter, intermediate-mass black holes. This is such a galaxy - in fact, it is centered on one of the lowest black hole masses known in any luminous galactic core. What puzzles scientists about this particular galaxy is that the calculations don't add up. With such a relatively low mass for the central black hole, models for the emission from the object cannot explain the observed spectrum. There must be other mechanisms at play in the interactions between the inner and outer parts of the accretion disk surrounding the black hole. Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, Acknowledgement: Judy Schmidt #nasa #space #hubble #hst #nasabeyond #astronomy #galaxy #milkyway #blackhole #science #star #followme #nebula #iss #esa@iss @nasa #beauty #natgeo #natgeotravel@natgeo ( #peacefor #afghanistanand #WORLD)

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Explore astrophysicsman's Instagram The process of Nuclear fusion and Quantum tunnelling. In every main sequence star, hydrogen in the core undergoes the process of nuclear fusion. Hydrogen nuclei fuse together to form deuterium and eventually helium. You would think that this nuclear fusion would occur as a result of the extreme temperatures and pressures inside of the sun, yet it's not. In actuality, the temperatures and pressures, although extraordinarily high, are still not sufficient enough to overcome the repulsive forces between atoms. This problem only gets worse when we consider the fact that the sun is more massive than most of the stars in our galaxy, which are small, dim red dwarf stars. So how does nuclear fusion occur within a star?
This where quantum tunnelling comes in. Imagine standing at the bottom of a slope and rolling a ball up the slope. How high the ball gets is determined by the amount of energy you put into it to begin with. If the slope is really high, the ball will never reach the top. This deterministic view doesn't apply in the quantum realm, where everything is determined through probabilities. Since all particles have properties of both particle and wave, there is something called a probability wave. This probability wave predicts the likelihood of finding a given particle in a particular area of space. Because of this, there is the possibility of finding a given particle at any point in space, although the probability will vary from place to place. Now imagine throwing a quantum particle up the slope of the mountain. Although you may not be able to put in enough energy for the particle to make it over the slope, due to quantum uncertainty, there is a chance the particle could end up over the slope. In quantum tunnelling, a particle can overcome a barrier. In the core of a star, this occurs when nuclei overcome the repulsive forces between particles and fuse together.

#astronomy #astronomer #astrophysics #space #cosmos #science #physics #universe #stars #planet #astronaut #constellation #interstellar #outerspace #NASA #sun #telescope #Hubble #telescope #galaxy #beauty #stargazing #starstuff #photography #amazing #nasabeyond #hst #hubble #chandra #solarsystem 1431355260593400218_4008710248

The process of Nuclear fusion and Quantum tunnelling. In every main sequence star, hydrogen in the core undergoes the process of nuclear fusion. Hydrogen nuclei fuse together to form deuterium and eventually helium. You would think that this nuclear fusion would occur as a result of the extreme temperatures and pressures inside of the sun, yet it's not. In actuality, the temperatures and pressures, although extraordinarily high, are still not sufficient enough to overcome the repulsive forces between atoms. This problem only gets worse when we consider the fact that the sun is more massive than most of the stars in our galaxy, which are small, dim red dwarf stars. So how does nuclear fusion occur within a star? This where quantum tunnelling comes in. Imagine standing at the bottom of a slope and rolling a ball up the slope. How high the ball gets is determined by the amount of energy you put into it to begin with. If the slope is really high, the ball will never reach the top. This deterministic view doesn't apply in the quantum realm, where everything is determined through probabilities. Since all particles have properties of both particle and wave, there is something called a probability wave. This probability wave predicts the likelihood of finding a given particle in a particular area of space. Because of this, there is the possibility of finding a given particle at any point in space, although the probability will vary from place to place. Now imagine throwing a quantum particle up the slope of the mountain. Although you may not be able to put in enough energy for the particle to make it over the slope, due to quantum uncertainty, there is a chance the particle could end up over the slope. In quantum tunnelling, a particle can overcome a barrier. In the core of a star, this occurs when nuclei overcome the repulsive forces between particles and fuse together. #astronomy #astronomer #astrophysics #space #cosmos #science #physics #universe #stars #planet #astronaut #constellation #interstellar #outerspace #nasa #sun #telescope #hubble #telescope #galaxy #beauty #stargazing #starstuff #photography #amazing #nasabeyond #hst #hubble #chandra #solarsystem

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Explore dixiethue's Instagram #batiks#HST#bullseye#quilt Can you see 👀 that #thread! 😖 me either!! #eyestrain! I'm going to be needing breaks on this big quilt! Although I do #lovematchingthread ❤️ 1431351759624550744_858950442

#batiks#HST #bullseye#quiltCan you see 👀 that #thread! 😖 me either!! #eyestrain! I'm going to be needing breaks on this big quilt! Although I do #lovematchingthread❤️

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Explore mxrubyrouge's Instagram Trimming #hst blocks are my least favourite quilting job. Eh well, now these are done, tomorrow I get to lay this quilt out on my design wall! #secretsewing #giftquilting 1431347760984077980_2153818301

Trimming #hst blocks are my least favourite quilting job. Eh well, now these are done, tomorrow I get to lay this quilt out on my design wall! #secretsewing #giftquilting

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Explore astrophysicsman's Instagram There are a few different types of nebulae, in this post I'll be discussing planetary nebulae, like the Helix Nebula shown above. 
For most of its life, a star burns with the light of nuclear fusion as hydrogen in its core is converted into helium. However, every star has the same fate. The nuclear fuel in its core only lasts so long. Eventually the star will run out of hydrogen, so it starts to convert helium into heavier elements. Massive stars will continue this process until iron is created in their cores. Once iron is created the star has seconds to live until it explodes in a massive supernovae. What about smaller stars like our sun? The sun, and other stars like it, will end their lives in a very different way. When smaller stars use all their nuclear fuel they create some heavy elements in their cores but they're not hot enough to create as many as a more massive star. Instead, sun-like stars expand. Gravity wants to pull the star inward and collapse on itself, however, the nuclear processes in its core fight back and cause the star to expand into a red giant. As the star expands it begins to cool. Eventually the red giant will blow off its outer layers into space, creating a planetary nebulae. The core of the star has collapsed into a white dwarf. The white dwarf will shine for trillions of years until it too dies and becomes a black dwarf. 
Image credit: NASA/ESA
#astronomy #astronomer #space #cosmos #cosmology #astrobiology #astrophysics #interstellar #outerspace #universe #galaxy #stars #planets #nebula #supernova #astronaut #spaceshuttle #spacetravel #stargazing #starstuff #Nasa #Hubble #telescope #science #physics #constellation #photography #amazing #nasabeyond #hst 1431347465278157596_4008710248

There are a few different types of nebulae, in this post I'll be discussing planetary nebulae, like the Helix Nebula shown above. For most of its life, a star burns with the light of nuclear fusion as hydrogen in its core is converted into helium. However, every star has the same fate. The nuclear fuel in its core only lasts so long. Eventually the star will run out of hydrogen, so it starts to convert helium into heavier elements. Massive stars will continue this process until iron is created in their cores. Once iron is created the star has seconds to live until it explodes in a massive supernovae. What about smaller stars like our sun? The sun, and other stars like it, will end their lives in a very different way. When smaller stars use all their nuclear fuel they create some heavy elements in their cores but they're not hot enough to create as many as a more massive star. Instead, sun-like stars expand. Gravity wants to pull the star inward and collapse on itself, however, the nuclear processes in its core fight back and cause the star to expand into a red giant. As the star expands it begins to cool. Eventually the red giant will blow off its outer layers into space, creating a planetary nebulae. The core of the star has collapsed into a white dwarf. The white dwarf will shine for trillions of years until it too dies and becomes a black dwarf. Image credit: NASA/ESA #astronomy #astronomer #space #cosmos #cosmology #astrobiology #astrophysics #interstellar #outerspace #universe #galaxy #stars #planets #nebula #supernova #astronaut #spaceshuttle #spacetravel #stargazing #starstuff #nasa #hubble #telescope #science #physics #constellation #photography #amazing #nasabeyond #hst

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