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Guerlain | Météorites Perles d'Étoile, Un Soir À L'Opéra Christmas 2014 Collection

Today marks the 4th year since I began my blog, and to celebrate this milestone, I bring you something so very special: your first look at the… 945 more words


My current favorite "going out" Primer

If you’ve never tried any Guerlain products before you are missing out! They are a little more on the pricy side which is why I named it my “going out” primer. 374 more words


The Universe is Expanding

It takes a peculiar kind of mind–a highly civilized mind to be sure–to actively worry about the fact that the universe is expanding. The same could be said for worry about what will happen when the sun burns out. 575 more words

Geology Lecture: Treasures from Space by Dr Caroline Smith

Chance and a fascination for discovery brought a young geologist to the Natural History Museum – she now looks after the oldest specimens in the collection. 240 more words

Dorset County Museum


Comet with no ice and no tail ?

They have sent messages only the elite are privy to, means someone knew they would be coming and prepared for this moment. 167 more words


From Science Daily: "Martian meteorite yields more evidence of the possibility of life on Mars"

Science Daily

September 15, 2014
Source: Manchester University
Katie Brewin/Aeron Haworth
Media Relations Officer
The University of Manchester

A tiny fragment of Martian meteorite 1.3 billion years old is helping to make the case for the possibility of life on Mars, say scientists. 530 more words

Basic Research

Meorite hunting and listening

I’m gonna level with you. Meteors are pretty darn cool. Here we have material from who knows where, either from the remnants of dead stars or thrown to us from who knows where. 576 more words

Listen For Meteors