The Milky Way is the galaxy that contains the Earth.
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Did you know that next Tuesday, April 22 is Earth Day? How about celebrating by getting your tickets to the Summer Nights with the Stars 2014 season? It only happens at the most intimate outdoor concert venue in the most beautiful park in the Layton-est city in a county known as Davis in the northern part of a pretty, great state that serves as the Crossroads of the West in the greatest country on arguably the best planet in the Milky Way Galaxy. So, yeah, we are busy getting the Kenley Amphitheater ready for the biggest season the Davis Arts Council has ever presented. From the opening song of the kick-off celebration with Ryan Shupe and the Rubberband (June 14) right up until the last trumpeted notes of Blood, Sweat, & Tears (September 13), you can bet there is something for the whole family this summer, including Bill Cosby, Indigo Girls, Thompson Square, Eclipse, Herman's Hermits Starring Peter Noone, and so much more.
"O King, when such a mystic passes over the Milky Way by the illuminating Suṣumṇā to reach the highest planet, Brahmaloka, he goes first to Vaiśvānara, the planet of the deity of fire, wherein he becomes completely cleansed of all contaminations, and thereafter he still goes higher, to the circle of Śiśumāra, to relate with Lord Hari, the Personality of Godhead." Canto 2: The Cosmic Manifestation Chapter 2: The Lord in the Heart Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 2.2.24 vaiśvānaraḿ yāti vihāyasā gataḥ suṣumṇayā brahma-pathena śociṣā vidhūta-kalko 'tha harer udastāt prayāti cakraḿ nṛpa śaiśumāram SYNONYMS vaiśvānaram — the controlling deity of fire; yāti — goes; vihāyasā — by the path in the sky (the Milky Way); gataḥ — by passing over; suṣumṇayā — by the Suṣumṇā; brahma — Brahmaloka; pathena — on the way to; śociṣā — illuminating; vidhūta — being washed off; kalkaḥ — dirt; atha — thereafter; hareḥ — of Lord H ...
Milky Way photographed by C. Daniel at the ancient city of Petra in Jordan ht…
“Behind every man now alive stand thirty ghosts, for that is the ratio by which the dead outnumber the living. Since the dawn of time, roughly a hundred billion human beings have walked the planet Earth. Now this is an interesting number, for by a curious coincidence there are approximately a hundred billion stars in our local universe, the Milky Way. So for every man who has ever lived, in this Universe there shines a star.” Arthur C. Clarke
There are many creation myths which explain the origin of the Milky Way In Greek myth the Milky Way was caused by milk spilt by Hera
Photography enthusiasts, I am thinking of going to Arches National Park to photograph the Milky Way around 22-27 June. What are the "must-photograph" arches and formations within the Park? And what is their accessibility? I know the Park is open 24/7, but still, I would be going in and out in the dark. Are there a lot of people photographing these arches at night? What advice do you have? I've never been there! Thanks!
I played hooky and learned about the Galactic Federation of the Milky Way. What did you learn staying in school today?
So we can go to Mars, drive around like we own it and and take thousands of high res picture of Milky Way, but can not find any debris of missing aircraft in Indian Ocean. Interesting!!
You can still see the Milky Way in the Pennsylvania Wilds area, no light pollution there, close to Penn State University
All we can think is, WOW! Milky Way, Goblin Valley State Park, Green River, Utah. Photo by David Lane
So buckle up your seat belt, let's leave the Milky Way. Let's visit Alpha Centauri. We'll go to a supernova carnival.
Galaxy comes from the Ancient Greek "galactos" meaning milk. Hence the Milky Way.
I pledge allegiance to United Turtles of America and to the fruit bats of Borneo, one planet in the Milky Way, incredible, with justice and black bean burritos for all.
Just realized the "Milky Way" in that old "Milky Way & pyramids" fake is the default wallpaper in OS X Mountain Lion…
The answers were right in front of you the entire time Brian. Su Mole. Paine Webber Company Paine Webber and Company was an American stock brokerage and asset management firm that was acquired by the Swiss bank UBS AG in 2000. The company was founded in 1880 in Boston, Massachusetts, by William Alfred Paine and Wallace G. Webber. Founder: William A. Paine Founded: 1881 - A nebula is an interstellar cloud of dust, hydrogen, helium and other ionized gases. Originally, nebula was a name for any diffuse astronomical object, including galaxies beyond the Milky Way. The Andromeda Galaxy, for instance, was referred to as the Andromeda Nebula (and spiral galaxies in general as "spiral nebulae") before the true nature of galaxies was confirmed in the early 20th century by Vesto Slipher, Edwin Hubble and others. Nebulae are often star-forming regions, such as in the Eagle Nebula. This nebula is depicted in one of NASA's most famous images, the "Pillars of Creation". In these regions the formations of gas, dust, an ...
The first night sky that left me speechless was a summer night On Cedar Key in Florida. Saw the Milky Way for the first time.
Milky Way in perspective, Northern to the Southern Cross
My granddaughter Gabby is staying with John and me over the weekend. She just made me a cup of coffee that was filled to the brim.did a brilliant job of not spilling it when she served it to me at my desk. We have been outside star gazing tonight. The night skies are absolutely brilliant. I pointed out the Southern Cross, Orion's Belt and the Milky Way as well as a few planes that flew overhead. Gabs is scared of the dark and even with her holding the torch for me while I set up my camera she clung to me and wouldn't let go. I have been trying for a long time now to help her overcome her fears of the dark. I was exactly like she is when I was a little girl. It took me years to realise that the night is my friend. I only hope she will come to the same realisation herself one day. I'm going to finish my coffee and go back outside again.I don't think Gabs wants to be my torch bearer anymore though so I guess it's just going to be me and the stars on our own. Lol!
Since the time change to Spring Forward time, my early morning drives into work are usually even before the twilight of the new day. I back my car out of my garage in the darkness of a reigning night, with only the illumination of the car radios’ blue glow glaring in my eyes. There is a local Cuban radio station that plays TV and movie theme songs, set to elevator music…it is my morning mental game to guess what song or show this music originated from. They seem to like ABBA songs, maybe Castro likes ABBA? As I roll out of my neighborhood of the well manicured lawns and identical houses of the base housing, I start up a hill that tops out with a commanding view, not just of the bay or the ocean, but of the heavens as well. Some mornings, in the dark sky, I can actually see the Milky Way band of stars as they hover overhead in their North to South formation. This morning, there was a waning moon, what we as children called a “Fingernail” moon accompanied by a bright morning star, directly adjacent ...
The heart of the Heart Nebula Jim Collins from Chico, California The Heart Nebula (IC 1805) lies in the constellation Cassiopeia the Queen. It floats through space in the Perseus Arm of the Milky Way some 7,500 light-years from Earth. (10-inch Deep Sky Instruments RC10C Ritchey-Chrétien telescope at f/7.3, FLI Microline ML-11002 CCD camera, Hydrogen-alpha/Oxygen-III image with exposures of 18 and 20 hours, respectively)
The small "Inedibles Only" sign on the Mars - Milky Way tanker truck struck me as ironic if not funny. I took this photo while riding shotgun along I-70 last week in eastern Ohio. I'm hoping that he was hauling stuff away from the candy bar factory rather than hauling ingredients to the factory :-)
I have lost an entire Milky Way candy bar. This is a tragedy!!!
Funniest/ Favorite quote of the day: "Whoever likes Milky Way's are lame, because there is no pizzazz" -Christina Viola
Dramatic new portrait helps define Milky Way's shape, contents: Using more than 2 million images collected by ...
I gotta dirty mind, I got filthy ways.. In your Milky Way
CJ, Linda and I all took basically the same photo last July. I just came across it and I am taken by the number of stars, the detail of the Milky Way and the colorful tail on the meteor. Sorry if this is a repost of something you've seen...it just reminds me of an amazing evening high up on Mauna Loa.
Scientists create the first 360-degree virtual map of the Milky Way
so now I'm waiting for a Milky Way candy bar with a raspberry center. Thanks a lot.
Grady Edward Loy shared a link. 9:08pm (53 minutes ago) near Yokohama-shiWow, "rogue" black holes. What happened to the nice, warm and fuzzy, sensitive matter obliterating, planet chewing, star collapsing black holes we have all come to know and love? But these rogues? What will they do? How do we stop them? George Takei help us! Is On for 'Rogue' Black Holesnews.yahoo.comHundreds of wandering "rogue" black holes may dwell in the Milky Way — and now researchers say they know how to detect them. But...Like · · Promote · Share
It has been 50 years since two scientists found landmark evidence for the Big Bang theory. Robert Wilson and Arno Penzias were using a large horn antenna at Bell Labs in New Jersey to gaze into the Milky Way. Here's what came after:
Our latest image from featuring Arch Rock, the Milky Way, and Venus peaking through the center.
Anyone else dreaming of what it would be like to pinch a billion dollars from Warren Buffett? I admit that I filled out a bracket and my hopes are appropriately high. I like my one in nine quintillion odds. Just to put it in perspective, a quintillion might be used to measure the miles across the Milky Way or the odds of dying from a falling coconut carried by your typical African swallow. On the other hand, I think the odds that more than 14 million people (including me) will have busted brackets before this weekend are extremely high. Odds of getting loads of junk email from Yahoo and Quicken Loans: 100%
New findings show that the universe underwent a burst of inflation that was seemingly faster than the speed of light in the first instant of its existence, throwing off a storm of exotic gravitational waves in the process, NBC News reports. The results support a concept known as inflationary Big Bang theory. The evidence comes from the BICEP2 experiment at the South Pole, which captures and analyzes the faint glow left over from the Big Bang. One of the pioneers of inflationary Big Bang theory, Stanford physicist Andrei Linde, said Monday's revelation was "something I have been hoping to see for 30 years." Read more: The 10-meter South Pole Telescope and the BICEP (Background Imaging of Cosmic Extragalactic Polarization) Telescope at Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station is seen against the night sky with the Milky Way in this National Science Foundation picture taken in August, 2008. (Keith VanderLinde / NSF via NBC News, Reuters)
Though it has long been known that the Milky Way and its orbiting companion Andromeda are the dominant members of a small group of galaxies, the Local Group, which is about 3 million light years across, much less was known...
Big near-Earth asteroid 2014 EN45 discovered in front of Milky Way by 800 meters, dark.
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Remember tonight is the Guest Lecture: Molecules in the Milky Way, Galaxy and Beyond! The lecture starts at 5.15 pm and will be followed by the traditional ChemSoc wine reception. We hope to see you there! Love ChemSoc x
New map reveals the Milky Way's place among the 'Council of Giants' [VIDEO] -
Venus reflects off a frozen beach as the Southern Arm of the Milky Way stretches across the sky in Sea Isle City, New Jersey. As I stepped onto the frozen sand and breathed in the 10 degree air, I noticed something I had never seen at the beach. The slow rolling waves were leaving behind slushy pile...
One Payday, Mr. peanut wanted a Bit-O-Honey, so he took Mary Jane behind the Powerhouse on the corner of Clark and 5th Ave. He began to feel her Mounds, that was pure Almond Joy. It made her Tootsie Roll! He let out a Snicker as his Butterfinger went up her Juicy Fruit and caused a Milky Way! She screamed, 'Oh, Henry! as she squeezed his Peter Paul and Zagnuts. Mary Jane said: "you are even better than the Three Musketeers!." Soon she was a bit Chunky and nine months later had a Baby Ruth! The End
“Scene looks out from a beach at Sea Isle City: Venus & Milky Way | http:…
DAY ONE - MCQ's (Synonyms) - Modern Prose & HeroesChoose the best answer.1. Each star makes its voyage in complete loneliness. (visit, appearance, journey, movement)2. We find the universe frightening because of its immense distances. (small, huge, no, minor)3. The space beyond the Milky Way is immensely cold. (shinning star, collection of stars, planets, the sun)4. We are more critical than our forefathers. (credulous, logical, illogical, superstitious)5. Thrifty housewives preserved their home grown vegetables and fruits. (frugal, dirty, spendthrift, careless)6. Superstitious people believe in the signs of good or bad luck. (broad-minded, credulous, modern, intelligent)7. He asserted that God put those tonsils in his son's throat for some good purpose. (claimed, retorted, answered, narrated)8. No body ought to be compelled to earn his entire was through college. (expelled, engaged, forced, taught)9. It is always to the detriment of their health. (damage, advantage, need, improvement)10. The voice it her ...
Beautiful Venus and Milky Way over Sea Isle, New Jersey. Astronomy Picture of the Day. Copyright Jack Fusco.
This festively colorful nebula, called NGC 604, is one of the largest known seething cauldrons of star birth in a nearby galaxy. As seen in a mosaic image taken with NASA's Hubble Space Telescope, NGC 604 is similar to familiar star-birth regions in our Milky Way Galaxy, such as the Orion Nebula, but it is vastly larger in extent and contains many more recently formed stars. This monstrous star-birth region contains more than 200 brilliant blue stars within a cloud of glowing gases some 1,300 light-years across, nearly 100 times the size of the Orion Nebula. The bright stars in NGC 604 are extremely young by astronomical standards, having formed a mere 3 million years ago. Most of the brightest and hottest stars form a loose cluster located within a cavity near the center of the nebula. Stellar winds from these hot blue stars, along with supernova explosions, are responsible for carving out the hole at the center. The most massive stars in NGC 604 exceed 120 times the mass of our Sun, and their surface te ...
This is the Milky Way Galaxy, a spiral galaxy and home of our very own Solar System I enjoy astronomy very much...
As an inhabitant of a "close to the edge" planet of the Milky Way Galaxy I say good earliest morning in the wake of Old Father Rhine in the heavenly official holy kingdom of true German hearts for the golden double throne in holy Cologne after the farthest limits to unlimit them Good Night ♥♥♥ Gute Nacht
The Andromeda Galaxy is coming and will collide with our Milky Way... DUCK!
"Majority of stars in Milky Way Galaxy host planets, many of which may be capable of supporting life" http:…
Wow! That is some galaxy;makes our Milky Way look like a little fart,doesn't it? lol
Text at In this segment of our "How far away is it" video book, we cover the structure of the Milky Way Galaxy. After a ...
"So imagine one pixel on an image the size of the Milky Way Galaxy and we're talking homeopathic dilution."
We're just souls converted into mass flying through the Milky Way Galaxy orbiting a small star
I want to travel all over the world to the most beautiful places. I want to sit outside at night and be able to see the Milky Way Galaxy.
Green airglow shimmers atop translucent clouds as the Milky Way rises over a remote island
3rd front PM candidate drama! ___ Mamta accepted Jaya as PM candidate, CPI blood boils... while Nitish Kumar declare himself as Best person in the milky way for PM candidate! Remind me of my childhood days where everybody wants to bat first :D
Thinking of the stars night after night I begin to realize The stars are words and all the innumerable worlds in the Milky Way are words, and so is this world too. And I realize that no matter where I am, whether in a little room full of thought, or in this endless universe of stars and mountains, it’s all in my mind. - Jack Kerouac, from Lonesome Traveler
If cows had a holy book they'd call it the Milky Way
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Tell me, did you sail across the sun? Did you make it to the Milky Way to see the lights are faded and that Heaven ain't overrated?
Nice! Unrelated but another beautiful one is here: Enjoy!
That was Milky Way was good , i don't even like that chocolate tho 😅
mums come home and brought me brownies, a boost bar, toffee crisp and Milky Way crispy rolls..the woman is a god🙏😍
Two Russian men illegally climbed up the Shanghai tower in China •̨ ϼΙƆ The Milky Way from the top of Mauna Kea, Hawaii. Photo by Terje Sorgjerd •̨ ϼΙƆ He is really , REALLY enjoying bath time •̨ ϼΙƆ Germany •̨ ϼΙƆ
Go check my shop! I've added Luster Pool, Milky Way, Wisteria, and Cosmic Dust. Link in the comments. Oh, and happy blogiversary to me!
Be proud that we are the future of intergalactic hipsters of our Milky Way.
""The Milky Way and The Pyramids of Egypt " wow! uncontainable! (⊙o⊙)
There's a Milky Way Adventure Park nearby pal, two coasters and a maze - gotta be done ;)
Ukrainian interim PM to Russia: Pull back military, stop supporting 'illegitimate so-called government of Crimea.'
When I say can I have Mars and Milky Way. I'm not embarrassed to say that I don't mean the chocolate.
U r on the different road, I'm in the milky way...u want me down on earth but I am up in space!
This is one of the most amazing videos we've ever seen:
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Machu Picchu and the Milky Way was published using 500px, the world's best photo sharing community.
Photo: kitkat: aodto: variety: original, milky way and green tea Time to try a new break?
*** I thought it was a Milky Way crispy roll:(
•1 (16 oz.) pkg. refrigerated chocolate chip cookie dough •1 c. semi-sweet chocolate chips •½ c. peanut butter •1 c. chopped Milky Way or other candy bars (about 20 mini, quartered) Instructions 1.Preheat oven to 375°F. Coat a pie plate with nonstick cooking spray. 2.Press cookie dough evenly into the bottom and about 1” up the side of the pie plate. Bake for 15 minutes or until the edges are set and golden brown and a toothpick inserted into the middle comes out clean. Remove from oven. 3.Immediately sprinkle chocolate chips evenly over the top of the cookie crust. Using a spoon or cookie scoop coated with nonstick cooking spray, drop rounded teaspoonfuls of peanut butter on top of the chocolate chips. Let stand until the chocolate chips have softened, about 5 minutes. 4.Using an offset spatula or a butter knife, gently spread chocolate and peanut butter over the crust. Sprinkle candy pieces in a single layer on top. 5.Chill at least 10 minutes to set topping. Cut into wedges and serve.
Time for a little poetry, especially for those who dance with the daffodils. I wandered lonely as a cloud That floats on high o'er vales and hills, When all at once I saw a crowd, A host, of golden daffodils; Beside the lake, beneath the trees, Fluttering and dancing in the breeze. Continuous as the stars that shine And twinkle on the milky way, They stretched in never-ending line Along the margin of a bay: Ten thousand saw I at a glance, Tossing their heads in sprightly dance. The waves beside them danced; but they Out-did the sparkling waves in glee: A poet could not but be *** In such a jocund company: I gazed-and gazed-but little thought What wealth the show to me had brought: For oft, when on my couch I lie In vacant or in pensive mood, They flash upon that inward eye Which is the bliss of solitude; And then my heart with pleasure fills, And dances with the daffodils. William Wordsworth (1770 - 1850) English Romantic poet
UG...no caffeine today..tomorrow as soon as I can, dunkin donut run for an X-LARGE French vanilla with cream and sugar...and a milky way
Star Formation Stars are born within the clouds of dust and scattered throughout most galaxies. A familiar example of such as a dust cloud is the Orion Nebula, revealed in vivid detail in the adjacent image, which combines images at visible and infrared wavelengths measured by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope and Spitzer Space Telescope. Turbulence deep within these clouds gives rise to knots with sufficient mass that the gas and dust can begin to collapse under its own gravitational attraction. As the cloud collapses, the material at the center begins to heat up. Known as a protostar, it is this hot core at the heart of the collapsing cloud that will one day become a star. Three-dimensional computer models of star formation predict that the spinning clouds of collapsing gas and dust may break up into two or three blobs; this would explain why the majority the stars in the Milky Way are paired or in groups of multiple stars. As the cloud collapses, a dense, hot core forms and begins gathering dust and gas. N ...
The more that scientists stare at it, the more a strange signal from the center of the Milky Way Galaxy appears to be the result of dark matter annihilation. If confirmed, it would be the first direct evidence for dark ...
This is The Great Rift, a series of dust clouds way out in the Milky Way. But it's a painting
Majestic Report: Nearly Every Star Hosts at Least One Planet: The vast majority of stars in our Milky Way gala...
Milky Way over a windmill near the village of Tefia, Canary Islands. Vadotas Miseikis Feb 23. http:/…
I have hot chocolate, whipped cream, Milky Way crispy rolls and magic stars downstairs, why am I still upstairs?
Regarding the claim that all directly measurable stars are within 3,000 light years distance- Those stars represent about three percent of the galaxy's stars. If the universe is only 6,000 LY across, ignoring everything outside the Milky Way for the moment, this puts about 390 billion stars within the range of 3-6 thousand LY. That comes out to a density of 3-4 stars per cubic light year. Thus, the outer sphere would be about 200 times denser that the inner sphere, a very noticeable difference with extreme consequences for those stellar interactions. Now to my knowledge, no one has ever observed that the galaxy is constructed like that. Our best estimates of the number of galaxies in the universe is around 500 billion. But even if we take an extremely conservative estimate like 100 billion, imagining the Milky Way to be an average galaxy, that puts the outer sphere at a density of over three hundred billion stars per cubic light year. You now have a galaxy with a mass slightly less than the milky way stuf ...
Big news from Hanover Square. I've only gone and won a free Milky Way. BEST DAY OF MY LIFE.
Pink aurora, bright Moon and sparkly Milky Way. RTAurora over New Zealand:
"You and I are all as continuous with the physical universe as a wave is continuous with the ocean. You are a function of this total galaxy, bounded by the Milky Way. and this galaxy is a function of all other galaxies. You are that vast thing that you see far, far off with great telescopes. You are the eternal thing that comes and goes that appears - now as John Jones, now as Mary Smith, now as Betty Brown - and so it goes, forever and ever and ever." ~ Alan Watts
All I want is chocolate right now a nice big Hershey bar with almonds or Milky Way midnight or something maybe gummy bears ugh just wanna go on a big junk food night lol
I'm going to take he time to unabashedly invite everyone down to the Warren Rupp Observatory next weekend - March 1, 2014. This will be the start of our public nights which are on the 1st Saturday of every month from March through November. Weather permitting, especially this time of year. What a wonderful opportunity to observe God's wonders through telescopes as small as 10" to those as large as our showpiece 36" Equatorial. First up will be M31 - The Great Andromeda Galaxy. We have to be fast because it's rapidly setting in the west. This galaxy is the Milky Way's nearest neighbor at 2,500,000 light years distance. Now think about this. The light that we'll see (hopefully) through the telescope will have left that galaxy at the time on earth when the genus *** (our ancient ancestors) first made an appearance! Next up is M42 - The Orion Nebula. This is a beautiful naked eye object but is most remarkable when observed through a telescope. At a distance of 1,344 light years, Gregory the Great ha ...
(Phys.org) —Roguish runaway stars can have a big impact on their surroundings as they plunge through the Milky Way Galaxy. Their high-speed encounters shock the galaxy, creating arcs, as seen in this newly released image from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope.
Learn About the Milky Way at Princeville Library on Feb 26 "The Milky Way," a free program presented by retired astronomy professor Dr. Sig Kutter, will be offered at Princeville Public Library on Wednesday, February 26 at 6 pm in the Program Area. Dr. Kutter will provide an illustrated introduction to the Milky Way, a large spiral galaxy and our home in the universe. He will discuss the Milky Way's content of stars, gas, and dust; its structural components such as spiral arms, a central bulge with a massive black hole, and a dark matter halo; the Solar System's location and orbital motion; and its approximately two dozen small satellite galaxies. Dr. Kutter, who has a Ph.D. in physics, taught at various institutions of higher learning, and conducted astronomical research at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center and the Los Alamos National Laboratory. Dr. Kutter has also managed government-funded research programs at the National Science Foundation and at NASA Headquarters, Washington, D.C. This 90-minute pr . ...
Met with 1st A.D. Arnon Shorr on our Space Command shot list at Milky Way, restaurant owned by Leah Adler, Steven Spielberg's mother. Great!
The Magical Milky Way…. Some of the best night sky viewing is at the North Rim of Grand Canyon. During this year’s Grand Canyon Star Party, the Saguaro Astronomy Club volunteers set up multiple telescopes on the Grand Canyon Lodge veranda to share their knowledge of and love for the stars. This time lapse video, taken by Mike Wiles, will give you a small taste of a typical Grand Canyon night sky. How many of you can see such an intense view of the Milky Way from your home? Although this year’s star party is over, there is still time to make arrangements for next year. Next year’s dates are June 21 – June 28. –rt (Video by Volunteer in Park and astronomer Mike Wiles. Music by Jeremy Latham, Jupiter, is licensed under a CC Attribution 3.0.)
~~ Astronomy Club Night at the Observatory ~~ Saturday, 22 February 2014 22275 N Road, Holton, KS 66436 Doors open at 7:00 PM, "BCO Squints" Astronomy Club activities begin at 7:30 PM in the Science Center Classroom. Activities always include the following: • Clear-sky viewing OUTDOORS with the portable 14-inch and 16-inch reflector telescopes, and several refractor scopes, and INDOORS via the 20-inch RCOS telescope with imaging fed to the classroom computer and 70-inch HD flat screen. • On nights when clear-sky observations aren't possible, we'll be presenting a slide show of the newest observatory images, demonstrations of observatory equipment and software, and occasional science documentary films via Roku Channels and a Netflix subscription. • Bring your own telescope to the observatory to take advantage of the "Dark Sky" conditions where the Milky Way is actually milky. Instruction is available to learn how to operate your telescope. Learn how to identify the constellations and planets via ...
What is Google Sky? Born as part of Google Earth, but now lives its own life, even as an app for smartphones. Google Sky is an interactive atlas and virtual skies. Made in collaboration with NASA, allows you to explore the depths of the sky thanks to the images of the Hubble Space Telescope. You can then go into the intricacies of the Milky Way in the same manner and with the same ease with which he explores New York or looking for the shortest path from the Trevi Fountain to the Pantheon. Cos’è Google Sky? Nasce come parte di Google Earth, ma ormai vive di vita propria, anche come applicazione per smartphone. Google Sky è un atlante interattivo e virtuale dei cieli. Realizzato in collaborazione con la NASA, permette di esplorare le profondità della volta celeste grazie alle immagini del telescopio spaziale Hubble. Sarà così possibile addentrarsi nei meandri della Via Lattea nello stesso modo e con la stessa facilità con la quale si esplora New York o si cerca il percorso più breve dalla Fontana ...
Video: robertozod: canadian-space-agency: Amazing time lapse video of the Milky Way over the Atacama Desert...
MT The Large/Small Magellanic Clouds & Milky Way as seen in Chile's Atacama Desert by Beletsky
In ancient Greek and Roman mythology, the lily represented the goddess Hera, from whom it was believed the flowers came. The myth is that Zeus brought his mortal son Hercules to his wife Hera to nurse from her as she slept. Zeus wanted his son to have divine powers from drinking Hera’s milk, but because the child was from another woman, Hera flung Hercules away from her when she woke up. Her milk flew out through the universe to create the Milky Way, and a few drops fell to Earth, where beautiful white lilies sprung from the ground. In Roman mythology, Venus, the goddess of love and lust, saw the flowers, and in a fit of jealousy over their beauty, she made them grow a large pistil in their center
I just learnt that the name Milky Way was first coined by Chaucer. Art and science is a team sport!
Kevin Spacey is the most overrated American actor of all time. He has no range, he has the facial expression of a bath towel, and he delivers dialogue like he's reading it off of the back of a Milky Way wrapper. Have a good night. I know a lot of you will hate me now.
Modern Science Reveals New Modern Science Reveals New Miracles of the Qur'an: THE SKIES WITH 'WOVEN' ORBITS "By heaven furnished with paths;" (Surat adh-Dhariyat, 7) The Arabic word "alhubuki," translated as "furnished with paths" in verse 7 of Surat adh-Dhariyat, comes from the verb "hubeke," meaning "to weave closely, to knit, to bind together." The use of this word in the verse is particularly wise and represents the current state of scientific knowledge in two aspects. The first is this: The orbits and paths in the universe are so dense and intertwined that they constitute intersecting paths, just like the threads in a piece of fabric. The Solar System we live in is made up of the Sun, the planets and their satellites and heavenly objects in constant motion such as meteors and comets. The Solar System moves through the galaxy known as the Milky Way, which contains 400 billion stars.1 It is estimated that there are billions of galaxies. Celestial bodies and systems revolving at speeds of t ...
Here's a beautiful shot of the Milky Way over Devils Tower, Wyoming.
Using this infrared Milky Way image for a project. Gorgeous. Thank you Spitzer Space Telescope
stuck to a spinning ball of matter/water full of vortex's a ball which is spinning and rotating 1000s mile/hr around another larger blob of gas, which is also spinning, and which itself is embedded in a Gigantic Cosmic Hurricane WALL Cloud which itself is travelling 1000s of mile/hr through space spinning around the dense black mass/hole center. Our "hurricane" that is the Milky Way, is propelling us around and around as we go round and round our Sun spinning in an orbit while turning/spinning ourselves. There a billions more Galactic "Hurricanes" and chock full of suns/stars with orbits, billions and billions are dropping and spinning through time and space apparently randomly, with no order, or plan, huge galaxies exist out there, with which we can possibly collide with (Andromeda) and merge. So it's ONE HUGE vortex containing another vortex in a vortex, that is full of vortex's (hurricanes/tornados) a ball of dust that is basically spinning through space almost out of control.how is anything ab ...
A University of Hawaii astronomer has obtained the first image of a young spiral galaxy similar to our own Milky Way
Stunning Panoramic view of the Milky Way over Cable Bay, New Zealand (Photo/David Hardy)
Milky Way so cool though I love the Big Dipper. can you explain the Big Bang theory? 😊
If anyone wants to buy candy bars I'm selling some for my trip to Honduras. They are a dollar a piece and I have twix, Milky Way, snickers, sweet tarts, Reese's, 3 musketeers, and many more. I will be selling them in school, so you might want to place orders now. (Donations are also welcome)
The Badlands of South Dakota with our Milky Way overhead. By Shane Michael Black 7/2013.
Milky Way over the Rocky Mountains at 11,000 Feet. Image credit: Jesse L. Summers
An astronomer once quipped that if Neil Armstrong had taken a cell phone to the Moon in 1969, it would have appeared to be the third most powerful source of microwave radiation in the universe, next only to the Sun and the Milky Way. He was right. Life evolved with negligible levels of microwave radiation. ** An increasing number of scientists speculate that our body's own cells, in fact, use the microwave spectrum to communicate with one another, like children whispering in the dark, and that cell phones, like jackhammers, interfere with their signaling. ** In any case, it is a fact that we are all being bombarded, day in and day out, whether we use a cell phone or not, by an amount of microwave radiation that is some ten million times as strong as the average natural background. And it is also a fact that most of this radiation is due to technology that has been developed since the 1970s.
The Milky Way over the pyramids of Egypt.
Photo: sekkachi: The Milky Way and reflected stars by Lindeberg Feller on Flickr.
Through the milky way, in my spaceship. At the speed of light, I'm gonna make it 🚀🌟
Photo: spaceexp: Glimse of the Milky Way looking away from San Francisco
Photo: spaceexp: Aurora and Milky way over Priest Lake, Idaho Source: CraigGoodwin2 (flickr)
Photoset: Carina Nebula Panorama from Hubble In one of the brightest parts of Milky Way lies a nebula where...
I really can't get enough of that video. Those guys are my favorite. Uncle Jungle for President of the Milky Way Galaxy.
I only buy my hair from cause she the only one I trust wit it...Some of yall sell brazillian that feel…
Hongry. Good thing I keep a milky way bar in my purse at all times 😭
Mount Rainier, a lenticular cloud, & the Milky Way photographed by Matt Sahli
Mmmm dipping shortbread into Milky Way yoghurts ☺️
Low-key just got really excited kuz I remembered I still have my milky way :)
"I went out this morning, specifically bought this milky way to eat after my after party"-
Someday, I want to see a clean starry sky (Milky Way) at night... that is my dream. Luckily it's pretty visible in the countryside!
Landscape photographer Terje Sorgjerd traveled to Mount Teide in Spain and captured this timelapse of the Milky Way Galaxy. This video was recorded in the Canary Islands in April 2011 and was Sorgjerd's second timelapse video.
“The Milky Way and the Pyramids of Egypt pure transformers
Snow has been perfect in the Milky Way and , skiing on cotton wool balls & empty pistes! 😁👌
But Autumn good she got new hairbows clothes boots nd toys. So this Milky Way gon have to do til i get paid again.
Star-filled night skies can be found on England’s south coast; even the Milky Way is visible. Pure magic!
Feel like James Franco when he was eating that Milky Way in This Is the End
Last minute as usual...Enjoying winter in a warming world. I'll be skiing on my lake in Oxford late this afternoon and tonight, followed by a fire later tonight. It should be clear skies and it's almost a new moon, so the stars and the Milky Way should be out. 409.3857
been a slow old few weeks around here hey in the lightning depot.. this is a shot from my library of the milky way. Shot with a 8 to 15 fish eye..
Milky Way Cake 8 five cent Milky Way candy bars (I have to laugh at that price; I'm sure it is more now and have no idea what size bar) your guess is as good as mine LOL! 2 sticks oleo 2 cups sugar 4 eggs 2 1/2 cup flour 1 cup buttermilk 1/2 teaspoon soda 2 teaspoon vanilla Melt candy bars and 1 stick oleo in double boiler until smooth. Set aside. Cream sugar and 1 stick oleo, add eggs one at a time, beating until smooth. Add flour, buttermilk and soda. Add Milky Way mix. Then vanilla and nuts (on my recipe it did not list nuts so add what you think is right if you like nuts). Bake in greased and floured Bundt pan for 40 minutes for 1 hour at 325 degrees. ICING Melt 4 candy bars and 2 stick oleo in double boiler until smooth. Add 2 cups powdered sugar little at a time til desired thickness. Add a little milk if necessary. Spread over cake.
Just great sat watching tv, my Milky Way next to me, along comes rob, who picks it up an eats it! Cheers matey!!! 😒
I admit that I am a chocolate FANATIC!! I usually need at least a little bite of chocolate as dessert after every meal (occasionally even breakfast)! I can usually be satisfied with just a little bit, so I was happy to recently find SNICKERS and Milky Way Bites. A bag comes filled with unwrapped…
“WHAT COMFORTS YOU?” Some people find comfort in a nice hot cup of coffee on a cold winters morning. Some find comfort on a small country lake casting out a fishing line into the still calm waters. Still others find comfort curling up on the couch with a book and a box of chocolates. There is absolutely nothing wrong with any of those things. But what brings comfort to me is, wherever I may be, to simply close my eyes and think of - Heaven! Now don’t get me wrong, I enjoy fishing, reading, and anybody who knows me certainly knows that I enjoy eating. But for me it is the thought of Heaven that warms, soothes, and comforts me. With each passing day, hour, minute and breath it is at the forefront of my mind. If every person on earth, the un-saved, the apathetic, the atheist and the infidel, if absolutely every person on the planet were actually able to truly get a real grasp of what Heaven is like we would, all of us, be so homesick that the devil would not have a friend left on earth. What about you? ...
A recent study soon to be published in The Astrophysical Journal, based upon analysis of data taken from NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope, has found that our Milky Way Galaxy could be host to over 4 billion Earth like planets. Kepler is a space observatory launched by NASA to discover Earth like plane...
As all of you with the maturity and good sense to be...DILLON FANS.allready know...I was born in raised in West Virginia.known of course throughout the Milky Way Galaxy and beyond as.The Land of Suave Sophistication..Well folks it now seems that due to some unforseen disaster so boring I wont bother telling you what it was...my home state is in need of your assistance. Supplies of goods and services in West Virgina...have become appallingly sparse...West Virginians are in desperate need of.fitted tuxedos...martini olives...cheuffers with valid drivers liscences...opera glasses.and baluga caviar.The supply of fully trained English butlers with impecable manners has grown so short that many of my homies have had to resort to using semi docile acting Mexicans who speak a little English...Dispair is rampant and some of my fellow West Virginians have been reduced to desperately roaming the aisles of Walmart...hoping against hope that the vulgar retail giant has FINALLY.begun to stock civilized item ...
Amazing facts about space and planets* . On the moon’s surface are large dark patches called seas – because this is what people once believed they were. They are, in fact, lava flows from ancient volcanoes. . Quasars are the most distant known objects in the Universe. Even the nearest is billions of light years away. . The brightest quasar is 3C 273, 2 billion light years away. . The brightest stars in the night sky are not actually stars, but the planets Jupiter, Venus, Mars and Mercury. . Jupiter’s moon Europa may have oceans of water beneath its dry surface and it is a major target in the search for life in the Solar System. . There may be 20 trillion galaxies in the Universe. . Galaxies are often found in a group or clusters. One cluster may have 30 or so galaxies in it. . In the 1970s the US Vikings 1 and 2 and the Soviet Mars 3 and 5 probes all reached the surface of Mars. . The Solar System has nine planets including Pluto, but Pluto may be an escaped moon or an asteroid not a planet. . The M ...
24hrs is what it takes for our sweet earth to make one revolution which we call a day, 365 days is what it takes the earth to go around our bright sun, 123 years our sun and all our neighboring planets swirl around the center of our galaxy the milky way...welcome to Jai time!
Universal motion Around the hub, the galaxies turn Pinwheels scrubbed, in magnetic urn Gravity attracts, while motion glides Equal force acts, to sustain the rides The Milky Way, is towed along Its center conveyed, by nature's song The flux lines strum, as they pass by A radio hum, an electrical sigh And so it be, with our own sun By magnetic sea, its field is spun The axial spin, then thus does tow It's satellites in an induction row The best conductors turn fairly fast While the resistors last with the past Lines of force roll round the outside Because the course is too dense inside When the field of the planet is low It tends to yield all turning flow If more than one set of poles it has It will turn yet, but less as lines pass
Research on first data release from Gaia-ESO project suggests the Milky Way formed by expanding out from the centre, and reveals new insights into the way our Galaxy was assembled.
I was kinda holding this one back for myself but..what the heck... Imagine if you could harness the magnetic forces of the Earth and use them to propel an space craft into outer space. I'm not sure how to get it back but I'm sure we could get to Mars in no time maybe the Milky Way..just cruise the Universe
By the power vested in Me, I firmly declare AAP is most honest political party in Milky Way Galaxy and its not a matter either you are corrupt or dishonest, by accepting the membership of AAP you became honest. Its a kind of holy dip.
In part one of this video series I explain what equipment you need and camera settings are used to get great shots of the Milky Way. The toughest part for mo...
THE TRUTH OF CREATION (PART - 1) Creation is creator’s boundless poetic composition. This composition is inexplicably mysterious to the modern science. The more a modern scientist unravels this poetry, the more perplexed and confounded he finds himself. In the beginning, the scientists assumed this earth, sky and the shining Sun, Moon and Stars alone to be the Universe – the entire Creation. However, the scientists like Copernicus and Galileo unfolded a part of the infinite poetical composition and the truth of the Solar System was revealed to us. With the Sun at the centre and the planets and the satellites revolving around it, for years we considered the creation confined to and enveloped within these narrow boundaries. But, then, this was followed by unfolding of more chapters of the mystery of the creation, which led to the revelation of amazing splendour of the creation. We came to know that our Solar System is only a tiny part of gigantic Milky Way Galaxy. The Milky Way Galaxy itself comprises o ...
Elevate a little higher Let's throw a party in the sky And celebrate Elevate until we're flying Move, move your feet Until you levitate Come on let's elevate... Forget about your day Under the milky way I know a place where we can go, oh, oh! No need to be afraid Come on, I'll demonstrate Take you to outer space Here we go, here we go! ( Big Time Rush )
I really admire the milky way with all mymighty heart and soul. Shes the most beautiful place i ever would wana see. If only in reality the milkyway could be al miiine is wat i would love.
There is nothing much u can do against the power of the the supreme being. While u can cry or scream aloud for not letting things happening your way the final choice is his. U can't change that. U got to remember his power. He is not only controlling our Solar System, Milky Way, all the galaxies, stars, cosmos, universe, black holes, plasmas , our minds and bodies too. You name it, he is there. Whilst getting extremely angry myself of many decisions he made in my life, which has shaped my life completely differently than was originally planned, the decision to cut electricity this evening to stop me trading was the latest. Friday night no power ! 14 to 15 people here in Wimbledon eagerly waiting to serve and of the all the days, Friday night just at six 'O'click no power, no business. My screaming and shouting only could fall into deaf ears. No Electricity! No power! No Communications! No business ! I screamed ! I shouted ! I looked towards the sky ! Then I realized what a mercy ! I am still living ! ...
remember that you're standing on a planet that's evolving And revolving at nine hundred miles an hour, That's orbiting at nineteen miles a second, so it's reckoned, A sun that is the source of all our power. The sun and you and me and all the stars that we can see Are moving at a million miles a day In an outer spiral arm, at forty thousand miles an hour, Of the galaxy we call the 'Milky Way'. Our galaxy itself contains a hundred billion stars. It's a hundred thousand light years side to side. It bulges in the middle, sixteen thousand light years thick, But out by us, it's just three thousand light years wide. We're thirty thousand light years from galactic central point. We go 'round every two hundred million years, And our galaxy is only one of millions of billions In this amazing and expanding universe. The universe itself keeps on expanding and expanding In all of the directions it can whizz As fast as it can go, at the speed of light, you know, Twelve million miles a minute, and that's the fastest sp ...
Exoplanets and (radical)Love ;-) Today's DailyGood was a great interview --in 2013-- of beloved sister Natalie Batalha. It brought ONEderful memories of how "that persistence that always leads to greatness" and also brought to heart/mind many of the (Science)love warriors Cc-ed here who have influenced and transformed my life. ¡Gracias astronómicas! :-) changed the way I saw the universe and my place in the universe. And it was afforded me through my knowledge and my studies of astronomy and I think that it's a gift, and I wish it for humanity. I really, really deeply do." That's _THE_ TED wish sister Natalie! :-) What if all earthlings were able to see the Milky Way with the naked eye? May all become compassionate, courageous and wise. Undocumented and unafraid, Planetizing the movement of the ahimsa (R)evolution from some corner of our round borderless country... Pancho Cc: John Asher Johnson Jason Wright Jon Swift Geoffrey Marcy Gibor Basri McCrady Lucianne Walkowicz Adam Burgasser Sanjoy Som Magg .. ...
“Milky Way over North Torch Lake, MI can you not love Michigan?
It takes light 100,000 years to travel from one end of the Milky Way Galaxy to the other. (compliments of Discovery.com)
"No you can’t have the Milky Way, cause it’s my special food, I like it. I specifically went out to the store to specifically buy this Milky Way." - James Franco
I had a much devious plan indeed. Earlier tonight I bought a large bag of skittles and a bag of caramel Milky Way (the kind man working in Walgreens was very persuasive) AND a twelve pack of Mountain Dew for this moment. I am going to have the sugar rush of the century, play video games and crash at some point in the morning, JUST so I can feel well-rested for work tomorrow night. I'm a freaking genius.
When the supermassive black hole at the center of the Milky Way consumes an incoming cloud of gas, NASA’s Swift telescope will be on the scene.
An amazing shot in Alaska last night. Milky Way, aurora and meteor at the same time!
View from Muir Rock on Mt. Rainier, Mt. Adams, and the glow of Portland in the distance all beneath the Milky Way.
If the Sun was scaled down to the size of a while blood cell, the Milky Way Galaxy would be the size of the United States.
Nice work! Where I live, I can't even see the Milky Way.
Trying to capture the Milky Way in heavy light pollution is no easy task. Getting there.
I ran my first 10k this morning. ...I'm kidding, I'm on my second Milky Way.
Milky way at Banba's Crown, Malin Head, last night. Darkness that needs to be experienced
in 1949, the Hale telescope at Palomar Observatory sees first light under the direction of Edwin Hubble,
Great place to visit and get away from the rat race. Been there two times, once to rent a private house for a week so I could snorkel Dean's Blue Hole and tour the south end of the island to see the various settlements which have a strong Cuban influence among the residents. The other time was to rent a private house on a small 10 acre island that had a sailboat and johnny boat to motor over to the main island for groceries, spent that week there to decompress from working two years without a vacation (no TV-Phones etc), just enjoyed sailing, spending time listening to waves wash up on the beach, fish & conch, and see the Milky Way at night. You had to fly via private charter (piper cub) from Georgetown Exuma Islands and buzz the church tower at Deadman's Cay and land so the caretaker can collect you.
Here is a gem for your morning coffee: June 1971- Joshua Tree- Alan Watts I am looking at things so far away that I'm seeing them as they were a million years ago, not today. Out, beyond our own flat helix of lights which, by sheer distance, condense as the Milky Way-that horizon towards which our planet tumbles eastwards all night-they have only numbers, no names. But the magician voice is reverberating without echo in the dark imaginary dome, tells me of lights nearer home-names whose strangeness to our tongue measures the far immensity of Aldebran, bright horn of the Bull, Arcturus, the Plowman's spear, Betelgeuse and Rigel, the Hunter's jewels, Vega, playing the Lyre, and Deneb, head of the Swan. See Rasalhague and Sabik, where the snake is grasped, Alphecca in the Northern Crown, Eltamin, ball for the Dragon, Hadar and Menkent, where the Horse Man prances, Fomalhaut with the Fish swimming south, and Altair, where the Eagle hangs. We look not up but down into our Galaxy, rolling above a floor of stars ...
Voyage through the Milky Way:. The ESA-European Space Agency has created a very cool, online 3-D video showing the...
Picture of Milky Way as seen from Mars! … via T9GAG
[Slate] Buer filmed this in the Atacama Desert in Chile, one of the darkest sites on Earth. That really shows in the video; the Milky Way is much brighter and more detailed than you usually see in these videos.
Milky Way is a wonderful, AVERAGE-rated, young throw-away momma who needs a real home with a real family,...
Hey! Who is that eating a party-sized Milky Way on an empty train to West Croydon?. it's me, ya dummy.
Yum, having a well deserved toastie in Issy's Milky Way, on
The Milky Way upon the heavens Is twinkling just for you…
low key feeling like I'm surfing a milky way. not the galaxy but the candy bar for realz
The Milky Way, old news. But what the *** is this scene? A row of stone pyramids in middle-of-nowhere Nevada. Abandoned. And they’ve been derel...
I got to thinking about fate. That crazy concept that were not really responsible for the course our lives take, that its all predestined, written in the stars. Maybe that explains why, if you live in the city, where you can't even see the stars, your love life tends to feel a little more random. And even if our every man, every kiss, every heartache is pre ordered from some cosmic catalogue, can we still take the wrong step and wonder off our own personal milky way? I couldn't help but wonder, can you make a mistake amd miss your fate? C.B
Milky Way last night at Ingram. Canon 60D 10-20mm at 10mm f4.0 30 seconds. Processed a little in PS.
A galactic year is the time it takes for our Solar System to orbit once around the Milky Way and is equivalent to 250 mill…
Fuse jus said Blue Ivy is gonna be one of the most naturally talented ppl in the Milky Way.. Lol
My latest Durdle Door Milky Way shot is available as a beautiful print on aluminium here:
Saw the Milky Way last night. Feels like -11 here this morning.
"13 represents the harmonic frequency that the Earth, the Sun, the Solar System, the Milky Way Galaxy and the rest of the Universe is based on." - The COSMIC Spirit. November 12, 2013 - 13 - It is known to many persons who are not students of the occult that the Tarot is a method of divination by means of 78 symbolic picture cards, to which great antiquity and high importance are attributed by several expositors. And the literary history of the Tarot is also fairly well known. In ancient times the number 13 became a number of fear and superstition because the 13th card of the Tarot is the card of Death, and is pictured as a skeleton (the symbol of death) with a scythe reaping down men in a field of newly grown grass where young faces and heads appear cropping up on all sides. This image later became known as “The Grim Reaper,” and it was ascribed to the planet Saturn. In medieval England the standard fee of the hangman was 13 pence – a shilling and a penny… But 13 is not an unfortunate number, as ...
You are on different road. But iM in milky way. You want me down on earth. But iM up in space.
Galaxy chocolate and Milky Way stars will be the reason I get fat
Let's forget about math and history. The milky way, the galaxy, the gravity that's pulling you like…
“The Milky Way” – and so was born collection called “Mythology of the Space” – Take the story from myths, about Hera and Zeus, love and hate, the Goddess who was betrayed and the most amazing sky! It may help … Continue reading →
You're different road , i'm in the milky way you want me Down on earth , but i am up In Space Switch , you are so *** HARD to Please we got to kill this :p
For ur Lovable kid # U r a star 2day ,who u will shine like other stars of d Milky Way Happy B'day 2 U...
Unanswered questions about the habitability of the Universe are layered like a Russian doll. First is the question of why Earth has evolved to be ‘just right’ for life, followed by whether there are particular zones in the Milky Way Galaxy that are conducive to the development of rocky planets and c...
Just see that in the larger perspective of life, you are a tiny speck of dust. In this cosmos, our galaxy is a small happening. In the Milky Way, this Solar System is a speck. In that tiny speck, planet Earth is a super-tiny speck. In that, your city is a micro-tiny speck. In that super micro tiny speck, you are a big man ? and what about your name, fame and ego ? -Sadguru J. Vasudev
One Moment In time. When I stare out my window. Through the starry night. I only see your light. Within a hearts flight. Miles between the milky way, Can only separate fate. For only a day, When true love, Is meant to stay. Missing you, Only makes the heart , Grow stronger. Within the space of time, It grows fonder. Waiting for the one, Moment in time to intertwine. Looking out into the starry night. Within Space and time. Knowing that one day you could be mine. Waiting for that one moment in time. When two hearts Intertwine. Written By Author D.L.S.
Enjoyed a lovely Australia Day on the beach with my family & friends and saw the Milky Way tonight
Happy birthday to the best mom in the Milky Way Carol Junkin. She always told me God gave me to her, but as I get older I realize God gave her to me. Happy birthday woman! I love you.
i am on a diiferent road..going round the milky way..Huh..you want me down..But m up in the HIGH SPACE.
Good Morning everyone! Warm cinnamon sticks,chocolate chip and blueberry muffins right out of the oven.today's hot latte special is a Milky Way.vanilla,caramel,and chocolate with whipped cream
UPDATE FROM THE GALACTIC FEDERATION - THE GALACTIC COUNCIL by Kathryn May 1/25/2014 We are the Galactic Council. We are overseeing the coordination of all the processes of Ascension in the Milky Way Galaxy. It is our duty to observe the progress of each planet and to maintain communication throughout the Galaxy. We have been carefully monitoring Earth as she moves toward the coming events of revaluation of currencies, Disclosure of our presence, and the landings. We keep all parties, including the Intergalactic Council, informed of the events on the ground, and we are responsible for the final decisions that are made concerning the unfolding of important events. We do not make the decisions alone; we consult with all the major parties. For instance, we are now intensely involved in meetings between Prime Creator, Mother/Father God, St. Germain and many of the other Ascended Masters of Planet Earth. We help them to coordinate their efforts with the Galactic teams who are helping at this time, and with thos ...
This post might set some records straight. Nah, I do not think I started the purple trend. I was just the spark. It is the color most often associated with royalty (as well as deep emerald green). These colors were difficult to dye in eras before ours, as a result they were expensive. Do not take shots at my reputation. You are going unnamed in an attempt to bring it to an end. Where I was raised can be toxic and apparently you have to watch who you associate with. I am quite sad to say that I can't rock with some of ya'll no more. You were supposed to embrace my struggle. Take me off your friends list or watch me rise to a place where I am able to contribute to the world rather than just take from it. Also, study the Andromeda Galaxy before you say I "lost my marbles". It is the Milky Way's closest (spiral) galactic neighbor. I am speaking to a small number of people. Most of you are very charming and I wish you nothing but the best. It was a pleasure to be surrounded by you for so long. Furthermore, bef ...
Good morning, universe. People of Milky Way, be creative today.
The Andromeda Galaxy, the closest galaxy to our own Milky Way, gets the star treatment in this dazzling photo by amateur astronomer and photographer Lorenzo Comolli. See how he snapped the amazing galaxy photo here.
Good night my friends sweet dreams to you all.. The Milky Way over Switzerland
definitely. Milky Way is one of the miniscule galaxies. The neighbouring galaxy is Andromeda. Kbye
Something that makes me sad is that I won't be alive to see the Andromeda Galaxy collide with the Milky Way. Statistically our Solar System should survive, and if humans haven't obliterated themselves by then, people will be able to walk outside at night, look up, and see an entire galaxy with their naked eyes.
There is strong evidence that supports the existence of a supermassive black hole at the Galactic Center of the Milky Way.
Milky Way's Huge Black Hole to Gobble Gas Cloud Soon: A giant gas cloud is set to spiral into the supermassive...
A giant gas cloud will spiral into the supermassive black hole at the Milky Way's core soon
Milky Way shining over Nako Lake. Taken in Kinnaur, India last August by Varun Chopra..
.photo of the Milky Way above the Himalayas
What mystery source is ejecting stars from the Milky Way? | Geekquinox - Yahoo News Canada via
Crab Nebula - A composite view of an iconic. supernova remnant in our Milky Way Galaxy. .
Hillary Clinton is on cover of Time Magazine. This is a disgraceful and pathetic in your face joke.Billary is just as scary as the Dictator, if not worse...Unnerves me to the Milky Way. I just have to say---REMEMBER BENGHAZI! She and the Chump-In-Chief need to be held accountable for their lies and coverups...
Astronomers have found a quiescent black hole orbiting a massive, fast-rotating star, suggesting that these strange binary systems may be common throughout the Milky Way Galaxy.
From the Mars Desert Research Station here in Utah, our SPACE.com contributor views the brilliant night sky, including the Milky Way and Jupiter.
In the wake of Cassini’s photos of Saturn and Hubble’s photos of ABELL-2744, I’ve been interested in clear pictures of space-based artifacts. In this image, a laser located at the Paranal Observatory in Chile points directly to the galactic center of our Milky Way Galaxy, taken July 21, 2007. Compared to an updated 2008 artist rendition of our galaxy, it is interesting to see where we are located relative to this central "bar" of stars.
the man who discovered that the Milky Way Galaxy was one of many galaxies was named Wolfgang Pauli 😂😂
Lol piña colada with cherry😊😂 yumm & omfg the new Milky Way ice cream bar is bomb!
Yesterday's answers, where I'm forced to close the book on some of our players! 1. Shere Khan was a “tiger” of a businessman in what Disney animated series? Tailspin! (No, not Jungle Book. There never was a Jungle Book series) 2. Who said, “In the future, everyone will be world famous for fifteen minutes?” Andy Warhol 3. What is largest inland body of water in the world? Caspian Sea 4. “Dix” is French for what number? Ten 5. What novel features the March Sisters? Little Women 6. What other galaxy is closest to the Milky Way? Andromeda (AA: Messier 31, M31, NGC 224, etc) 7. In Clue, which weapon is commonly found in a toolbox? Wrench or Spanner 8. What household device literally means “Far Sound” in Greek? Telephone 9. You were advised to “Raise your hand” if you'd used which deodorant? Sure 10. In Baseball, how far is a pitcher's mound from home plate? 60 Feet, 6 Inches 11. Which judge on “The Voice” is the lead signer of Maroon 5? Adam Levine 12. When Snoopy is a World War One fly ...
Moinak, Couldn't type back to you immediately at the French restaurant, as there were girls & friends & things & in my sleep-deprived state, i was doing my best to remember all I could, in lieu of napkins on which to scribble. The following was that supernova pouring from my brain: Prologue: As you know, a photon/electron/any sub-atomic particle does not go from A to B, like how most people think. The particle takes the path from A and every other drunken path it can, including zipping around the Milky Way and jumping off Mars to get to B. It is the summation (and cancellation) of all these infinitifying paths that leads us to see (or deduce) a path of greatest probability from A to B as reality. This observation at B is viewed as the collapse of this grand wave-function. Many saw (and still see) it as mathematical sleight-of-hand (but of course, nobody can find a better way to describe the reality we are seeing under microscope). Hugh Everett in the 50s', in his Phd. thesis (as compared to the rote-learn ...
NASA scientists discovered the youngest black hole in our galaxy, Milky Way in February 2013. How far is this black hole from Earth? (a) 26000 light years away (b) 12000 light years away (c) 10 light years away (d) 25000 light years away Answer: (a) 26000 light years away
“Southeast Asian art, which for the past decade has been gradually gathering momentum, is ready to make a breakthrough on the world stage,” says Lorenzo Rudolf, founder and director of Art Stage S... | Manit Kantasak, Milky Way (2013), Nikki Luna, Survival of the Prettiest (2013), Tun Win Aung and W...
My galaxy is so ghetto someone got shot yesterday the milky way is hood af
Some facts about our galaxy that has scientists stumped space
Northern lights & the Milky Way photographed by Rune Engebo near Aunfjellet, Norway http…
An Unknown Force is Kicking Stars Out of the Milky Way: submitted by Sheilasheshe [link] [2 c...
These stars are so fast they can escape the Milky Way
'Hypervelocity' stars discovered in data leaving Milky Way at 1.5x escape speed; no one knows why/how
We can't explain the powerful force that has sent these stars flying
Astronomers are watching the fireworks as Milky Way black hole Sgr A devours a giant gas cloud
-- during yule, dashed out with my nephew. He to try out his camera, me just to say hi to the Milky Way.
clever beetles -> "Dung Beetles Use the Milky Way for Orientation"
Begin your Friday with a Milky Way Latte! And since it's Friday. We'll have CHILI for lunch today! We'll also have Butternut Squash Soup!! Same Great Coffee! Same Great Soup! Same Great Location!
Life in d milky way doesn't taste like baileys.
Milky Way bars and Dr Pepper you sexy *** YUMMM!
We act as if we are not organic material beings bound to what appears to be a giant ecosystem suspended in what we know as the "Milky Way"
Let's hear it! Kelly and I are interviewing the brilliant and talented ladies behind The Milky Way - a photographer's resource today! Are their any questions you would like us to ask them about work/life balance, working as a team, or running a successful studio??? Leave your questions in the comments below and you may just get your question answered! -Jammie
Our sun moves toward the star Vega as it revolves around the center of the Milky Way Galaxy. One circuit takes about 230 million years, or one
Holy milky way im drunk as ay lolz yep on cold water So koooweee
Gaia A billion-dollar star-hunting telescope slotted into its operational orbit Wednesday prior to harvesting data for the most detailed map yet of the Milky Way, the European Space Agency (ESA) said. The telescope, Gaia, was launched from ESA's base in French Guiana three weeks ago, then journeyed towards L2, a gravitationally stable point in space some 1.5 million kilometres (900,000 miles) from Earth. After a final manoeuvre Wednesday, Gaia settled into a 180-day orbit around L2, the ESA statement said. A small course correction will be made next week to complete the positioning manoeuvre. "Entering orbit around L2 is a rather complex endeavour, achieved by firing Gaia's thrusters in such a way as to push the spacecraft in the desired direction whilst keeping the Sun away from the delicate science instruments," said spacecraft operations manager David Milligan
Life in a milky way doesnt taste like baileys
The bright summer Milky Way from Sagittarius to the Summer Triangle and Cassiopeia arches over Kings Canyon National park in California.
Tour of 47 Abell 1795 star that wanders too close to a supermassive black hole is doomed, as it should be ripped apart by extreme tidal forces. The debris from the star is expected to fall towards the black hole, getting hotter and producing intense X-rays. The X-rays should then fade as the hot gas spirals inward. Using Chandra, this behavior may have been spotted, for the first time, in a dwarf galaxy. Bright X-rays from the location of this small galaxy were seen in 1999 until they faded and eventually disappeared in 2005. In the past few years, Chandra and other astronomical satellites have identified several suspected cases of a supermassive black hole ripping apart a nearby star. This newly discovered episode is different because it has been associated with a much smaller galaxy than these other cases. The black hole responsible for the destruction may be only a few hundred thousand times as massive as the Sun, making it ten times less massive than the Galaxy's supermassive black hole. Astronomers b ...
Hello everybody out there, don't forget we will have our monthly full moon dinner with bonfire and they always spectacular full moon over the bay. this month will be the 16th and 17th, see you at the Milky Way Cafe and Deli
A new planetarium show, Journey to a billion Suns, premieres today in Hamburg, Germany, to tell the fascinating story of mapping the Milky Way, from ancient times to ESA’s recently launched Gaia mission.
And a snowy good morning to everyone from Yarmouth County Nova Scotia Canada N America Northern H'sphere - once known as Central Gondwanaland Earth Solar System Milky Way. That's as far as my terminology goes... The amazing thing about location is this sense of knowing where I am. Surely there's more to life than location location location! Lol!
An international team of astronomers used ALMA to observe the glowing remains of Supernova 1987A, which is in the Large Magellanic Cloud, a dwarf galaxy orbiting the Milky Way about 160 000 light‐years from Earth. SN 1987A is the closest observed supernova explosion since Johannes Kepler's observation of a supernova inside the Milky Way in 1604.
Oxford University under the winter Milky Way by voidshatter in the City and Architecture category was just adde...
Yeah, way not as funny as Milky Suicide
Back to work and looking for gorgeous space images and found a gorgeous photo of the Milky Way by Flickr user andrin0
Thank you. We are the black hole in the center of the galaxy. We keep order in the Milky Way.
IT DOESNT MAKE SENSE. Milky Way. We make way, for the milky. Ugh sht. It ***
er, yuck!!! Milky latte maybe but tea all the way for me! Perhaps in feb half term can go for catch up. Meet halfway??? X
Or just being able to be like, about to go skinny dipping in the milky way.
If the Milky Way is a pizza, we're a pepperoni
Sungha's The Milky Way is so calm and nice i've been listening to it for the entire night :O
Milky Way cake was a hit in GVEC’s 2003 recipe calendar–have you picked up your 2014 calendar yet?
I will never forget being with great people, watching the stars and the Milky Way from a mountain in Peru
Editor Dave Eicher shows an incredible image of the Milky Way
Went to get a Milky Way and as I was picking it up I yelled "no Rachel no" so I put it down...about twenty minutes later I ate it🙊😭😂
Free Milky Way Ice Cream bar and Chex chips at 7-Eleven.
Milky Way, finger of fudge and a woman's weekly should do it
life in the milky way doesn't taste like Baileys.!!!
My second selection is by Scott McCook with this panoramic Milky Way image, can't resist a great astronomy shot so well done Scotty - Rich
We reopen tomorrow at our regular time! Having trouble getting started in the morning? With only two days left until the weekend you could stop in and grab one of our yummy coffee drinks to start off the day like the Milky Way Cool Mocha or the Toasted Marshmallow Hazelnut Latte. And while you're there try our Strata or one of our quiches, delicious!
Deep fried milky way candy bars are very good!
Hope everybody's having a good New Year's Day! Here are some events that occurred on January 1st throughout history: 404 AD: The last known gladiatorial fight in Rome takes place before Christian Emperor Honorius banned them. 1788: The first edition of The Times of London is published. 1800: The Dutch East India Company, often considered the first multinational corporation in the world, is dissolved. 1804: French rule in Haiti comes to an end, making Haiti the first black republic and the second independent nation in North America after the United States. 1808: Importation of slaves into the United States is banned. 1863: The Emancipation Proclamation takes effect in Confederate territory. 1892: Ellis Island opens to begin processing immigrants into the United States. 1925: Edwin Hubble's discovery that the universe goes far beyond just the Milky Way Galaxy is formally presented at a meeting of the American Astronomical Society. 1934: Alcatraz Island becomes a US federal prison and Nazi Germany passes the ...
You can score a FREE Milky Way Ice Cream bar & Chex Chips at 7-Eleven through January 5th when you download their app to your smartphone. The free coupon is located in the savings section.
Above the Island In this nightscape view from La Palma, Canary Islands, the Milky Way shines beyond the passing clouds which are illuminated by yellow light of a downhill town at the coast. by Christoph Malin
Me and milky way reached Voice of America. Recording programme :-)
No matter how hard you try, you can never do or say the same thing at the same place twice. You are on a planet orbiting its star with a speed of 30 km/s. This star travels around the Milky Way Galaxy with a speed of 220 km/s. This galaxy is traveling across the expanding universe with a speed of 600 km/s. By the time you finish reading this paragraph, you would have already moved over 3000 km into a new location in the universe. You can’t go back to the previous one, it’s just . gone. I think it would be a waste of space to do a bad deed and leave a black spot in the universe, a spot that can never be filled again with a good deed. So, if you can’t do it twice, just think twice.
Good Morning Friends and welcome to 2014! Hope your new years eve was safe and enjoyable. Our theme this month is Creation. In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth. ~Genesis 1:1 Our cover photo is an image of the Cygnus 5 star formation within the Cygnus contellation. Cygnus is a northern constellation on the plane of the Milky Way Galaxy.
For Southern Hemisphere astral travellers try this: follow the two pointer stars into the gateway in the Southern Cross then traverse the Milky Way end to end the mid way point is interesting then land in the Pleiades system. Or you can do it with your awareness when viewing the night sky. Its been designed like this. :)
Happy New Year to Everyone and Everything in the Milky Way!
Responding to an e-mail question posed by Catherine from Jackson, Mississippi. We know that NASA and other research centers recently touted that many new exoplanets have been discovered. Some claim that there are possibly 11 billion exoplanets and that a majority are in the habitable zone for life to exist in our Milky Way Galaxy and our galaxy teems with life. Our response, "extraordinary claims demands extraordinary evidence". We will use the logic of Dr. Enrico Fermi when he was told and asked about millions of intelligent civilizations that exist in the Universe. He asked simply, " so, where is everybody"? If I would have been there, I would looked at the individual that asked the question, smiled and simply said, spanked!
life in the milky way doesnt taste like Baileys
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