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Explore scopedawgoptics's Instagram Get a perfect view of the #eclipse without harming your #eyeballs! Check the link in our bio to get yours! 1455273384354923417_4539485614

Get a perfect view of the #eclipsewithout harming your #eyeballs! Check the link in our bio to get yours!

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Explore sofiatelescope's Instagram Every time we change instruments, we rebalance the telescope. Today we're installing the far-infrared spectrometer called FIFI-LS. #boomerang #nasa747 #nasabeyond 1455258430049717095_666621821

Every time we change instruments, we rebalance the telescope. Today we're installing the far-infrared spectrometer called FIFI-LS. #boomerang #nasa747 #nasabeyond

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Explore astrophysicsig's Instagram Phobos is the larger of the two moons of Mars. Phobos is a very small moon, with a radius of only 11 km. Because of its small size its gravitational pull is not strong enough to pull it into a sphere, and that is the reason for the moons irregular shape. The moon orbits at a mere 6,000 km away from the Martian surface, which means it orbits closer to its planet than any other moon in the solar system. In fact, the moon orbits so close that it orbits Mars faster than the planet rotates. It orbits Mars in a mere 7 hours. Due to tidal interactions, Phobos is moving one meter closer to Mars every century, scientists predict that in about 50 million years the moon will impact Mars. 
Image credit: NASA/JPL-caltech/University of Arizona 
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Phobos is the larger of the two moons of Mars. Phobos is a very small moon, with a radius of only 11 km. Because of its small size its gravitational pull is not strong enough to pull it into a sphere, and that is the reason for the moons irregular shape. The moon orbits at a mere 6,000 km away from the Martian surface, which means it orbits closer to its planet than any other moon in the solar system. In fact, the moon orbits so close that it orbits Mars faster than the planet rotates. It orbits Mars in a mere 7 hours. Due to tidal interactions, Phobos is moving one meter closer to Mars every century, scientists predict that in about 50 million years the moon will impact Mars. Image credit: NASA/JPL-caltech/University of Arizona #astronomy #astronomer #astrophysics #space #cosmos #science #physics #universe #stars #planet #astronaut #constellation #interstellar #spacetravel #outerspace #sun #chandra #astrobiology #nasa #hubble #telescope #galaxy #stargazing #starstuff #creation #photography #astrophotography #amazing #explore #nasabeyond

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Explore astronomicir's Instagram تخم مرغ گندیده در فضا

سحابی مشهور به تخم مرغ فاسد به دلیل داشتن سولفور زیاد و المان هایی که با المان های دیگر ترکیب میشود و بویی مانند بوی تخم مرغ فاسد میدهد. اما خوشبختانه این سحابی در فاصله ی پنج هزار سال نوری در صورت فلکی کشتی دم قرار دارد. این سحابی نمونه بسیار خوب از مرگ یک ستاره کم جرم است که توسط هابل شکار شده است. این تصویر تبدیل یک ستاره غول سرخ رنگ به یک سحابی سیاره ای را نشان میدهد. در حالی که در این حین لایه هایی را به بیرون و به فضا پرتاب میکند. مواد اخیر پرتاب شده در جهات مختلف به همراه سرعت بسیار زیاد که گازهای به رنگ زرد هستند، با سرعت یک کیلومتر بر ساعت در حال پخش شدن هستند. منجمین با دقت زیادی از این فاز ستاره عکاسی میکنند زیرا این مرحله در واژه نجومی با یک چشم به هم زدن رخ میدهد. در طی هزاران سال انتظار میرود این سحابی کاملا تبدیل به یک سحابی سیاره ای شود. © NASA, HST / ESA 
#nasa #esa #hst #hubble #galaxy #cosmos #space #instaspace #astronomy #universe #science #nasabeyond
#ناسا #اسا #تلسکوپ_فضایی_هابل #هابل #کهکشان #کیهان #فضا #اینستافضا #اختر_شناسی #جهان #علوم_پایه #ناسا_فراتر

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تخم مرغ گندیده در فضا سحابی مشهور به تخم مرغ فاسد به دلیل داشتن سولفور زیاد و المان هایی که با المان های دیگر ترکیب میشود و بویی مانند بوی تخم مرغ فاسد میدهد. اما خوشبختانه این سحابی در فاصله ی پنج هزار سال نوری در صورت فلکی کشتی دم قرار دارد. این سحابی نمونه بسیار خوب از مرگ یک ستاره کم جرم است که توسط هابل شکار شده است. این تصویر تبدیل یک ستاره غول سرخ رنگ به یک سحابی سیاره ای را نشان میدهد. در حالی که در این حین لایه هایی را به بیرون و به فضا پرتاب میکند. مواد اخیر پرتاب شده در جهات مختلف به همراه سرعت بسیار زیاد که گازهای به رنگ زرد هستند، با سرعت یک کیلومتر بر ساعت در حال پخش شدن هستند. منجمین با دقت زیادی از این فاز ستاره عکاسی میکنند زیرا این مرحله در واژه نجومی با یک چشم به هم زدن رخ میدهد. در طی هزاران سال انتظار میرود این سحابی کاملا تبدیل به یک سحابی سیاره ای شود. © NASA, HST / ESA #nasa #esa #hst #hubble #galaxy #cosmos #space #instaspace #astronomy #universe #science #nasabeyond #ناسا #اسا #تلسکوپ_فضایی_هابل #هابل #کهکشان #کیهان #فضا #اینستافضا #اختر_شناسی #جهان #علوم_پایه #ناسا_فراتر لطفا برای انتشار علم، ما را به دوستان خود معرفی کنید. لطفا تمام سوالات خود را در قسمت نظر ها مطرح کنید. @nasa @thehubblescope @europeanspaceagency

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Explore universe_mines's Instagram New Galaxy SMM J2135-0102
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"Create in me a clean heart, O God; and renew a right spirit within me."
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For the first time, astronomers have made direct measurements of the size and brightness of regions of star-birth in a very distant galaxy, thanks to a chance discovery with the APEX telescope. A cosmic “gravitational lens” is magnifying the galaxy, giving us a close-up view that would otherwise be impossible. This lucky break reveals a hectic and vigorous star-forming life for galaxies in the early Universe, with stellar nurseries forming one hundred times faster than in more recent galaxies.
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#amazing #astronomy #beauty #chandra #bible #bibletext #nasabeyond #constellation #creation #galaxy #hubble #hubbletelescope #interstellar #nature #nasa #cosmos #hubblehangout #space #universe #scripture #naturelovers #cosmology #science #hst 1455223556082214391_4301619743

New Galaxy SMM J2135-0102 . "Create in me a clean heart, O God; and renew a right spirit within me." . For the first time, astronomers have made direct measurements of the size and brightness of regions of star-birth in a very distant galaxy, thanks to a chance discovery with the APEX telescope. A cosmic “gravitational lens” is magnifying the galaxy, giving us a close-up view that would otherwise be impossible. This lucky break reveals a hectic and vigorous star-forming life for galaxies in the early Universe, with stellar nurseries forming one hundred times faster than in more recent galaxies. . #amazing #astronomy #beauty #chandra #bible #bibletext #nasabeyond #constellation #creation #galaxy #hubble #hubbletelescope #interstellar #nature #nasa #cosmos #hubblehangout #space #universe #scripture #naturelovers #cosmology #science #hst

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Vivid glowing auroras in Jupiter's atmosphere! Astronomers are using the Hubble Space Telescope to study auroras - stunning light shows in a planet's atmosphere - on the poles of the largest planet in the solar system, Jupiter. This observation program is supported by measurements made by our Juno spacecraft, which arrives at Jupiter on Monday. While Hubble is observing and measuring the auroras on Jupiter, Juno is measuring the properties of the solar wind itself; a perfect collaboration between a telescope and a space probe. 
Auroras are created when high-energy particles enter a planet's atmosphere near its magnetic poles and collide with atoms of gas. As well as producing beautiful images, this program aims to determine how various components of Jupiter's auroras respond to different conditions in the solar wind, a stream of charged particles ejected from the sun.

Credits: NASA, ESA, and J. Nichols (University of Leicester)

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#repost@nasa with @repostapp ・・・ Vivid glowing auroras in Jupiter's atmosphere! Astronomers are using the Hubble Space Telescope to study auroras - stunning light shows in a planet's atmosphere - on the poles of the largest planet in the solar system, Jupiter. This observation program is supported by measurements made by our Juno spacecraft, which arrives at Jupiter on Monday. While Hubble is observing and measuring the auroras on Jupiter, Juno is measuring the properties of the solar wind itself; a perfect collaboration between a telescope and a space probe. Auroras are created when high-energy particles enter a planet's atmosphere near its magnetic poles and collide with atoms of gas. As well as producing beautiful images, this program aims to determine how various components of Jupiter's auroras respond to different conditions in the solar wind, a stream of charged particles ejected from the sun. Credits: NASA, ESA, and J. Nichols (University of Leicester) #nasa #space #jupiter #juno #planet #planets #solarsystem #astronomy #hubble #hst #nasabeyond #solarsystem #science

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Explore astrophysicsig's Instagram It has fascinated us for hundreds of years. Named after the Roman God of war, Mars is more similar to Earth than any other planet we know of. Like Earth, Mars has a 24 hour day, an axis tilt that creates annual seasons, it has ice caps, valleys, volcanos, and canyons. Early in Mars' history, evidence suggests that liquid water flowed across the surface. Oceans, rivers, and lakes once existed here. Yet today Mars is a dry, cold world, with no evidence of any current surface water. Earth and Mars both formed in a similar way and both formed in the habitable zone, yet both worlds were destined down two different paths. 
Earth is covered in water and is home to an abundance of life. Mars on the other hand is dry and cold, with no evidence that life has ever existed there. What happened? Why didn't Mars turn out like Earth? Scientists still don't know the full story, but there is quite a bit they do know. One important feature that Earth has that Mars does not is a magnetic field. Our magnetic field protects us from the deadly solar wind, and without a magnetic field, the solar wind would strip away our atmosphere. Early in Mars' history, it must have had a magnetic field. Mars is believed to have had a fairly thick atmosphere long ago, yet something happened to its magnetic field. Mars is smaller than Earth, so it lost much of its internal heat long ago. The once molten core froze over, and the magnetic field began to fail. Without a magnetic field, nothing could protect Mars from the solar wind. The solar wind stripped away the atmosphere, along with any surface water. If life did arise on Mars, it likely would have perished during this catastrophe unless it managed to stay alive deep underground. 
Although Mars may no longer harbour oceans, its geology tells the story a lost world, that billions of years ago, was not so different from our own. Today Mars is a barren world, yet that doesn't make it any less interesting. The history of Mars is one of the most mysterious histories of any world we know, and there's still a lot more to find out. 1455213562346682930_4008710248

It has fascinated us for hundreds of years. Named after the Roman God of war, Mars is more similar to Earth than any other planet we know of. Like Earth, Mars has a 24 hour day, an axis tilt that creates annual seasons, it has ice caps, valleys, volcanos, and canyons. Early in Mars' history, evidence suggests that liquid water flowed across the surface. Oceans, rivers, and lakes once existed here. Yet today Mars is a dry, cold world, with no evidence of any current surface water. Earth and Mars both formed in a similar way and both formed in the habitable zone, yet both worlds were destined down two different paths. Earth is covered in water and is home to an abundance of life. Mars on the other hand is dry and cold, with no evidence that life has ever existed there. What happened? Why didn't Mars turn out like Earth? Scientists still don't know the full story, but there is quite a bit they do know. One important feature that Earth has that Mars does not is a magnetic field. Our magnetic field protects us from the deadly solar wind, and without a magnetic field, the solar wind would strip away our atmosphere. Early in Mars' history, it must have had a magnetic field. Mars is believed to have had a fairly thick atmosphere long ago, yet something happened to its magnetic field. Mars is smaller than Earth, so it lost much of its internal heat long ago. The once molten core froze over, and the magnetic field began to fail. Without a magnetic field, nothing could protect Mars from the solar wind. The solar wind stripped away the atmosphere, along with any surface water. If life did arise on Mars, it likely would have perished during this catastrophe unless it managed to stay alive deep underground. Although Mars may no longer harbour oceans, its geology tells the story a lost world, that billions of years ago, was not so different from our own. Today Mars is a barren world, yet that doesn't make it any less interesting. The history of Mars is one of the most mysterious histories of any world we know, and there's still a lot more to find out.

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NASA’s Juno mission to Jupiter, which has been in orbit around the gas giant since July 4, 2016, will remain in its current 53-day orbit for the remainder of the mission. This will allow Juno to accomplish its science goals, while avoiding the risk of a previously-planned engine firing that would have reduced the spacecraft’s orbital period to 14 days. “Juno is healthy, its science instruments are fully operational, and the data and images we’ve received are nothing short of amazing,” said Thomas Zurbuchen, AA for NASA’s Science Mission Directorate in Washington. “The decision to forego the burn is the right thing to do – preserving a valuable asset so that Juno can continue its exciting journey of discovery.” #NASA #space #juno#NASABeyond #junomission 1455158523600551747_36087423

#repost@explorenasa with @repostapp ・・・ NASA’s Juno mission to Jupiter, which has been in orbit around the gas giant since July 4, 2016, will remain in its current 53-day orbit for the remainder of the mission. This will allow Juno to accomplish its science goals, while avoiding the risk of a previously-planned engine firing that would have reduced the spacecraft’s orbital period to 14 days. “Juno is healthy, its science instruments are fully operational, and the data and images we’ve received are nothing short of amazing,” said Thomas Zurbuchen, AA for NASA’s Science Mission Directorate in Washington. “The decision to forego the burn is the right thing to do – preserving a valuable asset so that Juno can continue its exciting journey of discovery.” #nasa #space #juno#NASABeyond #junomission

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Explore astrophysicsig's Instagram After the sun and moon, Venus is the brightest object in the sky. The 17th century astronomer Christiaan Huygens thought that the reason Venus was so bright was because it had an atmosphere. He was right. Spacecraft later revealed that the atmosphere of Venus is unbreathable and is hot enough to melt led. The surface pressure on Venus is ninety times greater than Earth's. 
The reason Venus is so bright is because it reflects 75% of the sunlight that strikes it. This is because of the thick atmosphere present on Venus. The atmosphere of Venus is composed of five layers.

1) The photochemical zone. Here temperatures range from 80°F (27°C) during the day and -150°F (-65°C) at night. UV rays blitz the sulfur dioxide and water vapour, forming the sulfuric clouds below. 
2) The cloud deck. Here temperatures range from 50°F (10°C) to 80°F (27°C). Clouds circle the planet at speeds of 200 mph. These clouds also create sulfuric acid rain.

3) The evaporation zone. Here temperatures reach 200°F (93°C). The sulfuric acid rain turns to vapour and rises back to the cloud deck.

4) The thermoche zone. Here temperatures reach 600°F (315°C). Carbon dioxide traps rising surface infrared radiation. 
5) The mineral buffering zone. Here temperatures reach 900°F (480°C). Huge amounts of sulfur emitted by rocks on the surface react with the CO2 in the atmosphere, creating the runaway greenhouse effect. 
#astronomy #astronomer #astrophysics #space #cosmos #science #physics #universe #stars #planet #astronaut #constellation #interstellar #spacetravel #outerspace #sun #chandra #astrobiology #NASA #Hubble #telescope #galaxy #stargazing #starstuff #creation #photography #astrophotography #amazing #explore #nasabeyond 1455118146443696141_4008710248

After the sun and moon, Venus is the brightest object in the sky. The 17th century astronomer Christiaan Huygens thought that the reason Venus was so bright was because it had an atmosphere. He was right. Spacecraft later revealed that the atmosphere of Venus is unbreathable and is hot enough to melt led. The surface pressure on Venus is ninety times greater than Earth's. The reason Venus is so bright is because it reflects 75% of the sunlight that strikes it. This is because of the thick atmosphere present on Venus. The atmosphere of Venus is composed of five layers. 1) The photochemical zone. Here temperatures range from 80°F (27°C) during the day and -150°F (-65°C) at night. UV rays blitz the sulfur dioxide and water vapour, forming the sulfuric clouds below. 2) The cloud deck. Here temperatures range from 50°F (10°C) to 80°F (27°C). Clouds circle the planet at speeds of 200 mph. These clouds also create sulfuric acid rain. 3) The evaporation zone. Here temperatures reach 200°F (93°C). The sulfuric acid rain turns to vapour and rises back to the cloud deck. 4) The thermoche zone. Here temperatures reach 600°F (315°C). Carbon dioxide traps rising surface infrared radiation. 5) The mineral buffering zone. Here temperatures reach 900°F (480°C). Huge amounts of sulfur emitted by rocks on the surface react with the CO2 in the atmosphere, creating the runaway greenhouse effect. #astronomy #astronomer #astrophysics #space #cosmos #science #physics #universe #stars #planet #astronaut #constellation #interstellar #spacetravel #outerspace #sun #chandra #astrobiology #nasa #hubble #telescope #galaxy #stargazing #starstuff #creation #photography #astrophotography #amazing #explore #nasabeyond

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Explore nathan_conspiracy51_'s Instagram New Galaxy SMM J2135-0102
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"Create in me a clean heart, O God; and renew a right spirit within me."
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For the first time, astronomers have made direct measurements of the size and brightness of regions of star-birth in a very distant galaxy, thanks to a chance discovery with the APEX telescope. A cosmic “gravitational lens” is magnifying the galaxy, giving us a close-up view that would otherwise be impossible. This lucky break reveals a hectic and vigorous star-forming life for galaxies in the early Universe, with stellar nurseries forming one hundred times faster than in more recent galaxies.
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#amazing #astronomy #beauty #chandra #bible #bibletext #nasabeyond #constellation #creation #galaxy #hubble #hubbletelescope #interstellar #nature #nasa #cosmos #hubblehangout #space #universe #scripture #naturelovers #cosmology #science #hst
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New Galaxy SMM J2135-0102 . "Create in me a clean heart, O God; and renew a right spirit within me." . For the first time, astronomers have made direct measurements of the size and brightness of regions of star-birth in a very distant galaxy, thanks to a chance discovery with the APEX telescope. A cosmic “gravitational lens” is magnifying the galaxy, giving us a close-up view that would otherwise be impossible. This lucky break reveals a hectic and vigorous star-forming life for galaxies in the early Universe, with stellar nurseries forming one hundred times faster than in more recent galaxies. . #amazing #astronomy #beauty #chandra #bible #bibletext #nasabeyond #constellation #creation #galaxy #hubble #hubbletelescope #interstellar #nature #nasa #cosmos #hubblehangout #space #universe #scripture #naturelovers #cosmology #science #hst Credit to @thehubblescope

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Explore thehubblescope's Instagram New Galaxy SMM J2135-0102
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"Create in me a clean heart, O God; and renew a right spirit within me."
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For the first time, astronomers have made direct measurements of the size and brightness of regions of star-birth in a very distant galaxy, thanks to a chance discovery with the APEX telescope. A cosmic “gravitational lens” is magnifying the galaxy, giving us a close-up view that would otherwise be impossible. This lucky break reveals a hectic and vigorous star-forming life for galaxies in the early Universe, with stellar nurseries forming one hundred times faster than in more recent galaxies.
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#amazing #astronomy #beauty #chandra #bible #bibletext #nasabeyond #constellation #creation #galaxy #hubble #hubbletelescope #interstellar #nature #nasa #cosmos #hubblehangout #space #universe #scripture #naturelovers #cosmology #science #hst 1455074748391736178_1632759102

New Galaxy SMM J2135-0102 . "Create in me a clean heart, O God; and renew a right spirit within me." . For the first time, astronomers have made direct measurements of the size and brightness of regions of star-birth in a very distant galaxy, thanks to a chance discovery with the APEX telescope. A cosmic “gravitational lens” is magnifying the galaxy, giving us a close-up view that would otherwise be impossible. This lucky break reveals a hectic and vigorous star-forming life for galaxies in the early Universe, with stellar nurseries forming one hundred times faster than in more recent galaxies. . #amazing #astronomy #beauty #chandra #bible #bibletext #nasabeyond #constellation #creation #galaxy #hubble #hubbletelescope #interstellar #nature #nasa #cosmos #hubblehangout #space #universe #scripture #naturelovers #cosmology #science #hst

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Explore cyborg2684's Instagram @Regrann from @universe.earth.photos -  On Wednesday, February 22 at 1pm EST (6pm GMT), NASA is going to hold a news conference to announce a major finding relating to planets outside the Solar System.

In the few details released to the public, the agency said they would “present new findings on planets that orbit stars other than our Sun, known as exoplanets.” A paper detailing the findings will be published in the journal Nature on Wednesday. 
#nasa #nasatechnology #nasabeyond #nasasocial #announcement #announcer #science #scientists #astronomy #planet #discover #discovery #solarsystem #newdiscovery 1455060153245277689_249282145

@Regrann from @universe.earth.photos - On Wednesday, February 22 at 1pm EST (6pm GMT), NASA is going to hold a news conference to announce a major finding relating to planets outside the Solar System. In the few details released to the public, the agency said they would “present new findings on planets that orbit stars other than our Sun, known as exoplanets.” A paper detailing the findings will be published in the journal Nature on Wednesday. #nasa #nasatechnology #nasabeyond #nasasocial #announcement #announcer #science #scientists #astronomy #planet #discover #discovery #solarsystem #newdiscovery

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