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Donna Vagabonda

Il giardino di Crathes 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 . Foto scattata con Canon 80D e obiettivo Canon EF 24-105mm f/4.0L IS USM 📸 . Io giardino del castello di Crathes è uno dei più bei giardini all'inglese che ho visto in Scozia. Purtroppo, come potete vedere, il sole non ha illuminato questi favolosi fiori, ma sono comunque riuscita a visitare il giardino senza impedimenti. Questi fiori mi ricordano la primavera, la freschezza, le giornate miti. Cosa pensate quando vedete i fiori? Che sensazioni provate? . 🌺 Da oggi è online il questionario di gradimento per i lettori di Donna Vagabonda! Se avete voglia, compilatelo! mi aiuterete a migliorare il blog 😍 https://forms.gle/1sn3Z1aF6VXzivxF8 . 🏯 . #Donnavagabonda #Elianaintrugliofotografie #scozia #scotland #castlecrathes #crathes #crathescastle #nationaltrustforscotland #scotland_lover #scotland_ig #scotlandhighlands #scotlandexplore #scotlandlove #scotlandshots #scotlandtrip #Alba #albascotland #scotlandsbeauty #travel #trip #nofilter #explore #discovery

Karan Giri

Citrine Wagtail Chitwan National Park . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #karan_giri #karangiriwildlifephotography #photography #wildlife #safari #tour #travel #big5nepal @big5nepal #wildlifeonearth #birds #nature #naturephotography #outdoors #adventure #natgeo @natgeo #natgeotravel @natgeotravel #natgeowild @natgeowild #natgeoyourshot @natgeoyourshot #BBC @bbc #bbcearth @bbcearth #bbcwildlifemagazine @bbcwildlifemagazine #animalplanet @animalplanet #discovery @discovery @discovernepal #canonphotography @canon.photographers

NASA

Even from three billion miles away, Pluto still knows how to be romantic. On Jul. 13, 2015, the New Horizons spacecraft sent us this love note of one of Pluto's most dominant features. The “heart,” estimated to be 1,000 miles (1,600 kilometers) across at its widest point, rests just above the equator. (The angle of view displays mostly the northern hemisphere.) The heart’s diameter is about the same distance as from Denver to Chicago, in America’s heartland. New Horizons traveled nearly a decade to receive its summer valentine, launching on Jan. 19, 2006 — and is still collecting important data for us. On New Year’s Day 2019, New Horizons flew by the most distant object ever visited by a spacecraft: Ultima Thule. Tag someone you want to pass this Pluto Valentine onto! ❤️ Credits: NASA/APL/SwRI #nasa #space #pluto #science #explore #spacecraft #newhorizons #discovery #heart #valentinesday #valentines #happyvday #solarsystem

NASA

Meet #UltimaThule! After flying by the most distant object ever explored, our New Horizons spacecraft beamed back the first pictures and science data. These new images, taken from as close as 17,000 miles, revealed that this object is a “contact binary,” consisting of two connected spheres. End to end, Ultima Thule measures 19 miles in length. The team has dubbed the larger sphere “Ultima” and the smaller sphere “Thule”. The team says that the two spheres likely joined as early as 99 percent of the way back to the formation of the solar system, colliding no faster than two cars in a fender-bender. It likely formed over time as a rotating cloud of small, icy bodies started to combine. Eventually, 2 larger bodies remained and slowly spiraled closer until they touched, forming the bi-lobed object we see today. Studying Ultima Thule is helping us understand how planets form — both those in our own solar system and those orbiting other stars in our galaxy. Data from the New Year's Day flyby will continue to arrive over the next weeks and months, with much higher resolution images yet to come. Credit: NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/Southwest Research Institute #nasa #space #kuiperbelt #UltimaThule #science #explore #spacecraft #newhorizons #Newyearseve #newyearsday #discovery #contactbinary #data #spheres #solarsystem

NASA

Here comes the Sun… 🌞 Heliophysicists (Scientists who study the Sun!) have been waiting more than 60 years for a mission like this to be possible. Parker Solar Probe is journeying closer to the Sun than any of our spacecraft before, in order to help us solve the solar mysteries waiting in the corona (the Sun’s outer atmosphere). The solar wind, along with the Sun’s magnetic field, envelops the inner part of our solar system. Occasionally, large amounts of this solar material spews out in a coronal mass ejection. These can create geomagnetic storms in space, which can cause power outages, disrupt satellite electronics, and even endanger astronauts! Therefore, it’s critical to understand the fundamental physics that power our Sun. This image from Parker Solar Probe shows a coronal streamer — a structure of solar material within the corona that usually indicate regions of increased solar activity. Parker Solar Probe was about 16.9 million miles from the Sun’s surface when this image was taken on Nov. 8, 2018. The bright object near the center of the image is Mercury! As Parker Solar Probe circles closer and closer to the Sun, we look forward to retrieving data to help us address some of our longest unanswered questions about our Sun! ☀️ Credits: NASA/Naval Research Laboratory/Parker Solar Probe #nasa #ParkerSolarProbe #solarsystem #sun #SolarWind #Heliophysics #SolarCycle #universe #beyond #galaxy #space #SolarRays #light #magnetic #star #SolarEncounter #corona #storms #Geomagnetic #SolarProbe #mercury #soakupthesun #spacecraft #science #discovery

Lowell Observatory

We're taking a pause from all the holiday shopping with a look at this awesome galaxy!⁣ ⁣ This is NGC 6946! It is an Sc type spiral galaxy and it is located about 20 million light-years away 🤩🌌⁣ ⁣ 📷:Massey/Neugent/Levine/Lowell Obs./NSF⁣ •⁣ •⁣ •⁣ •⁣ •⁣ #space #astronomy #flagstaff #arizona #lowellobservatory #americasobservatory #telescope #discoverychanneltelescope #discovery #telescopeview #Cosmos #science #galaxy #Stars

Readings. Coaching. Meditation

Absolute trust is a must The revolution is here The continual agreement with the divine plan Accept yourself fully in this now moment And recognise that you have a gift like no other . . . #discoveryourgifts #enlightenment #respect #selfgrowth #discoveryourself #wisdomspeaks #creativity #awareness #lifepurpose #soulpurpose #discovery #soulpurposereadings #channeling #conciousness #thegift #greaterbeing #selfdiscovery #knowthyself #readings #messageoftheday #ikigai #purpose

Donna Vagabonda

Lo Schonek Montebello visto da Rutte Piccolo 🇮🇹 . Foto scattata con Canon 80D e obiettivo Canon EF 24-105mm f/4.0L IS USM 📸 . Gabri mi dice che ho poche foto delle montagne: forse ha ragione, in fondo ho molte più foto di città storiche e di palazzi e castelli (oltre che naturalistiche). Se è per questo, ne ho poche anche del mare. Purtroppo per me è difficile riuscire a fare un viaggio che non sia anche culturale. Per il prossimo anno avrei voluto visitare di nuovo il Trentino ma non sono riuscita a trovare un appartamento ad un prezzo che rientrasse nel mio budget (ho cercato ad ottobre 2019 per agosto 2020, eppure niente!), dunque il desiderio di tornare in montagna non sarà esaudito. Mi consola il fatto che passerò un po' di tempo a Casargo (sempre che non piova). È vero, non esiste solo il Trentino, anzi! Infatti ho cercato anche in altre località ma anche lì, nada! . 😣 . Per quanto riguarda le montagne, oggi però una foto ve la mostro: siamo a Rutte Piccolo, nel Tarvisiano, da dove si può vedere con tutta la sua magnificenza lo Shonek Montebello. Vicino a questo tiglio, poi, risalta ancora di più? Qual è il vostro posto di montagna? Quale zona adorate di più? Preferite vivere la montagna d'estate o di inverno? Fatemi sapere! 🗻 . #Donnavagabonda #Elianaintrugliofotografie #Friuli #friuliveneziagiulia #fvg #fvglive #fvglivexperience #Schonek #montebello #rutte #ruttepiccolo #tiglio #albero #tarvisio #tarvisiano #nature #trees #tree #tarvisiocentrale #lago #Lake #landscape #paesaggio #explore #discovery #nature #nofilter

Worldtube

Scientists have suggested that dark matter, the invisible matter that permeates our universe, may be made of axions. The newly discovered axion isn't quite a particle as we normally think of it: It acts as a wave of electrons in a supercooled material known as a semimetal. But the discovery could be the first step in addressing one of the major unsolved problems in particle physics. . . . Give your views in the comments section!👇👇 . Spread Astronomy 💙 . . Follow @cosmowiki @cosmowiki @cosmowiki For more! . . . . . #space #instaindia #Instagramin #instageeks #galaxy #milkyway #Interstellar #physics #funnymemes #Cosmos #universe #particle #matter #axion #darkmatter #darkenergy #forceofnature #spacefacts #knowledge #facts #astronomy #astrophysics #Stars #future #research #discovery

ANCIENT HISTORY

🔘The Famine Stela🔘 ⚫It is an inscription written in Egyptian hieroglyphs on a 2,5 m high and 3 m wide block of granite located on Sehel Island near Aswan , Egypt. ⚫The stela tells the story of a seven-year period of drought and famine during the reign of Pharaoh Djoser of the Third Dynasty. (ca. 2686 BC–ca. 2613 BC). ⚫It is thought that the stele was inscribed during the Ptolemaic Kingdom, king Ptolemy V (205 – 180 BC),. ⚫The top part of the stele depicts three Egyptian deities and in front of them Djoser carrying offerings in his outstretched hands. 📖The text describes how the king is upset and worried as the land has been in the grip of a drought and famine for seven years and how the Egyptians are suffering as a result of the drought and that they are desperate and breaking the laws of the land. ⚫At the time of the first translation of the stela, it was thought that the story of a seven-year-famine was connected to the biblical story in Genesis 41. ⚫More recent investigations have shown that a seven-year famine was a common thing to nearly all cultures of the Near East: a Mesopotamian legend also speaks of a seven-year-famine and in the well known Gilgamesh-Epos the god Anu gives a prophecy about a famine for seven years. ⚫Another Egyptian tale talks about a long-lasting drought appears in the so-called “Book of the Temple”. 👑FOLLOW me @ancient.scientist to enjoy more and more posts about our world's marvelous History.❤ 🚨🚨🇦​🇱​🇸​🇴​⬇⬇👇 📚🎧Listen to🎧 " The History of Ancient Egypt" By: Bob Brier, The Great Courses🖋 Narrated by: Bob Brier🎙 📚just click the link in the bio to get the Book for free on Audible.🤑 📻with Audible free trial you get 1 audiobook and 2 Audible Originals choose any thing you like.(just sign-in with your Amazon account) 😍 . I don't own any of these Photos and i give all credit to the respective owners. #famine #Stela #faminestela #stone #discovery #granite #egypt #king #inscription #audible #archaeology #history #ancient #art #archeologia #archaeologist #architecture #ancienthistory #travel #archaeological #rome #london #paris #photography #usa #museum #ROMA #book

NASA

☄️New shape model of Bennu? ✅ 💦 Water in the asteroid’s clay? ✅ 📸 Pics showing rugged terrain? ✅ Today we announced that data from our OSIRIS-REx (@OSIRIS_REx) mission has revealed water locked inside the clays that make up asteroid Bennu. The presence of hydrated minerals across the asteroid confirms that Bennu, a remnant from early in the formation of the solar system, is an excellent specimen for the spacecraft to study. When samples of this material are returned by the mission to Earth in 2023, scientists will receive a treasure trove of new information about the history and evolution of our solar system. Additionally, data obtained from the spacecraft’s cameras corroborate ground-based telescopic observations of Bennu and confirm the original model released in 2013. That model closely predicted the asteroid’s actual shape, with Bennu’s diameter, rotation rate, inclination, and overall shape presented almost exactly as projected. The newest shape model can be seen here. One outlier from the predicted shape model is the size of a large boulder near Bennu’s south pole. It’s much larger than we thought! Credit: NASA/Goddard/University of Arizona #nasa #space #Bennu #asteroid #osirisrex #spacecraft #water #shape #model #science #discovery #Boulder #data #terrain