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The hourly sun (at 07:45 am  UTC on 10 December 2012)

The hourly sun (at am UTC on 10 December

homemade sun-dried tomatoes recipe To prepare dried tomatoes in the traditional way it takes a week of sun. Umm … a week … fortunately there are another way to prepare delicious dried tomatoes in “only” 10 to 14 hours! The process is not really fast, but the result is delicious and it will comfort on cold winter days, bringing a little ‘sun even in December (unless you live in California, lucky guys  )

HOMEMADE SUN-DRIED TOMATOES preserved in olive oil

homemade sun-dried tomatoes recipe To prepare dried tomatoes in the traditional way it takes a week of sun. Umm … a week … fortunately there are another way to prepare delicious dried tomatoes in “only” 10 to 14 hours! The process is not really fast, but

This part of Ceres, near the south pole, has such long shadows because, from the perspective of this location, the sun is near the horizon. At the time When Dawn took this image on December 10, 2015 the sun was 4 degrees north of the equator. If you were standing this close to Ceres' south pole, the sun would never get high in the sky during the course of a nine-hour Cerean day. Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/UCLA/MPS/DLR/IDA

NASA's Dawn spacecraft, cruising in its lowest and final orbit at dwarf planet Ceres, has delivered the first images from its best-ever viewpoint. The new images showcase details of the cratered and fractured surface.

The planet Venus begins its six-hour-plus journey across the face of the sun, as seen in a close-up from NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory.

A transit of Venus across the Sun takes place when the planet Venus passes directly between the Sun and Earth, as it did on June The next transit will be December

homemade sun-dried tomatoes recipe To prepare dried tomatoes in the traditional way it takes a week of sun. Umm … a week … fortunately there are another way to prepare delicious dried tomatoes in “only” 10 to 14 hours! The process is not really fast, but the result is delicious and it will comfort on cold winter days, bringing a little ‘sun even in December (unless you live in California, lucky guys )

HOMEMADE SUN-DRIED TOMATOES preserved in olive oil

Prepare delicious homemade sun-dried tomatoes into your oven: This recipe is ready in a few hours instead of days!

Yammie's Noshery: Sun Dried Tomato, Spinach, and Cheese Stuffed Chicken

Sundried Tomato, Spinach, and Cheese Stuffed Chicken

Transit of Venus: "A transit of Venus across the Sun takes place when the planet Venus passes directly between the Sun and Earth (or another planet), becoming visible against (and hence obscuring a small portion of) the solar disk. During a transit, Venus can be seen from Earth as a small black disk moving across the face of the Sun. The duration of such transits is usually measured in hours (the transit of 2012 lasted 6 hours and 40 minutes). A transit is similar to a solar eclipse by the…

SDO’s Ultra-high Definition View of 2012 Venus Transit On June SDO is collecting images of one of the rarest predictable solar events: the transit of Venus across the face of the sun.

Water purification and Filtration one of the Most Important Skills for a Prepper http://www.preparednessadvice.com/

Solar water disinfection (SODIS) Microbiological studies tested the effectiveness of the SODIS method against a wide range of germs: Bacteria, Viruses, and Parasites. It was demonstrated that the method kills germs effectively.

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Helios-A Solar Probe At Launch Complex  The Helios-A solar probe launched on Dec. 10, 1974 from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Fla.    As it looped around the Sun in an orbit that took it from Earth's orbit (1 AU from the Sun) to about 0.3 AU from the Sun and back again, Helios-A studied the solar wind, magnetic and electric fields, cosmic rays, and dust in interplanetary space. It flew within 47 million km of the Sun at a speed of 238,000 km per hour.

Helios-A Solar Probe At Launch Complex The Helios-A solar probe launched on Dec. 1974 from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Fla.

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