Florida beekeepers, know your enemy.
The image is also cool for another reason:
This image is being used to support a citizen science project titled STAR DATE: M83. [...]
This is the face of the man who was ROBBED by the third episode of Cosmos. Planetary motion? Elliptical orbits? Not Newton’s ideas – this guy’s.
And the story of how he figured them out is pretty darn interesting. See, Kepler was a divinity student with a really fascinating theology….
This image comes from The Illustrated Magazine of [...]
SONG: “Starter Home.” (To download: double right-click & “Save As”)
SOURCE: Based on “Home Tweet Home: High-Tech Solutions for House and Apartment,” New York Times, 7 March 2014, as used in the post “This home really speaks to me. Over the internet…”
ABSTRACT: I recorded most of the music – the backing tracks, everything [...]
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This is an old photograph taken through the largest refracting telescope (no mirrors, just a really big lens) in the world, the Yerkes Observatory in Wisconsin.
Edwin Hubble, Albert Einstein and Carl Sagan all looked at the sky through the observatory’s huge lenses. This image was taken sometime before 1919, when it appeared in National Geographic [...]
It could be the new collection of shower curtains and matching towels at Target. But no – pleasant though they may be to look at, these shapes make us feel bad.
Found on Wikimedia Commons.
A scientific visualization from NASA Goddard’s Scientific Visualization Studio, who have this to say about it:
An X-class solar flare erupted on the left side of the sun on the evening of Feb. 24, 2014. This composite image shows the sun in ultraviolet light with wavelength of both 131 and 171 Angstroms.
“X-class” means as powerful as solar flares get. [...]