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Thank you NASA,SpaceX ... 💫💫💫💫

The countless achievements of men and women, pioneers of space and its unknown, scientists and their will to expand the boundaries of our infinity, launch directors and their passionate spirits that raise everyone’s optimism and positivity, CAPCOM who’s tireless work helps the astronauts in space on a constant daily basis. 141 more words



The true woman who possesses exceeding wisdom,
She consults a tablet of lapis lazuli
She gives advice to all lands…
She measures off the heavens, 57 more words


Giant 'Mirror' Planets Found in First-of-Its-Kind Experiment - By Nadia Drake NatGeo PUBLISHED JUNE 22, 2017

If confirmed, the shiny new worlds may help astronomers better understand how strange planets known as hot Jupiters are created.

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An illustration shows a hot Jupiter, a type of planet that is about the same size as our solar system’s largest world but is bizarrely close to its host star. 354 more words

Point Of Interest

Amazing William Herschel

Amazing William Herschel[1]

William Herschel was an extraordinary thinker. Born in Hanover, Germany, in 1738 and trained in music, Herschel was a renaissance man, skilled with the oboe, violin, harpsichord, and organ. 293 more words


Wired: For Modern Astronomers, It’s Learn to Code or Get Left Behind

Wired: For Modern Astronomers, It’s Learn to Code or Get Left Behind. “Fledgling astronomers take maybe one course in coding and then informally learn whatever language their leaders happen to use, because those are the ones the leaders know how to teach. 66 more words

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Book 231: Women in Early British and Irish Astronomy by Mary Brück

Finished reading on May 13th

Rating: 10/10

Who were some women who were known for their astronomical observations, calculations or texts? This is what Mary Brück’s book deals with together with how they got their start in astronomy. 281 more words

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