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50 Amazing facts about our Moon -- info graphic, #teaching #space #science

50 Amazing Facts About the Moon [Infographic]

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Flaring, active regions of our sun are highlighted in this new image combining observations from several telescopes

NuSTAR Stares at the Sun

Flaring, active regions of our sun are highlighted in this new image combining observations from several telescopes

PK 164 +31.1, планетарная туманность Джонс-Эмберсон 1 в созвездии Рысь

PK 164 +31.1, планетарная туманность Джонс-Эмберсон 1 в созвездии Рысь

Brilliantly Clever WWF Adverts Against Poaching

Brilliantly Clever WWF Adverts Against Poaching

Brilliant artwork and campaign. Stop one. Stop them all. Advertising Agency: Leo Burnett, Sydney, Australia Via

The science of earthquakes is both fascinating and complicated, even in this over-simplified version.

The Science of Earthquakes and Fracking [Infographic

The science of earthquakes is both fascinating and complicated, even in this over-simplified version.

Panorama of the Northern Milky Way (with labels) Alan: "A panorama from Cygnus (at top, setting in the western sky in the evening), across the sky overhead in Perseus, Auriga and Taurus, and down into Orion, Canis Major, and Puppis (at bottom, low in the southern sky at midnight). This panorama covers about 200° of galactic longitude, from 60° in Cygnus to 260° in Puppis and takes in the entire northern swath of the Milky Way visible in autumn and early winter in the northern hemisphere...

Panorama of the Northern Milky Way (with labels) Alan: "A panorama from Cygnus (at top, setting in the western sky in the evening), across the sky overhead in Perseus, Auriga and Taurus, and down into Orion, Canis Major, and Puppis (at bottom, low in the southern sky at midnight). This panorama covers about 200° of galactic longitude, from 60° in Cygnus to 260° in Puppis and takes in the entire northern swath of the Milky Way visible in autumn and early winter in the northern hemisphere...

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