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You saw a couple in an intimate love position, right?
 
Interestingly, research has shown that young children cannot identify the intimate couple because they do not have prior memory associated with such a scenario. 

What they will see, however, is nine (small & black) dolphins in the picture! 

So, I guess we've already proven you're not a young innocent child. Now, if it's hard for you to find the dolphins within 6 seconds, your mind is SO corrupted that you probably need help! 

OK, here's help: look at the space between her right arm and her head, the tail is on her neck, follow it up. Look at her left hip, follow the shaded part down, it's another one, and on his shoulder..
 
 
OH, S U R E , you see them NOW !!!!!!!
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You saw a couple in an intimate love position, right?
 
Interestingly, research has shown that young children cannot identify the intimate couple because they do not have prior memory associated with such a scenario. 

What they will see, however, is nine (small & black) dolphins in the picture! 

So, I guess we've already proven you're not a young innocent child. Now, if it's hard for you to find the dolphins within 6 seconds, your mind is SO corrupted that you probably need help! 

OK, here's help: look at the space between her right arm and her head, the tail is on her neck, follow it up. Look at her left hip, follow the shaded part down, it's another one, and on his shoulder..
 
 
OH, S U R E , you see them NOW !!!!!!!
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#BAFact: Different elements vaporize off meteors at different times as they plunge through our atmosphere.

You might think a meteor is just a bit of rock that comes screaming into our atmosphere, burns up, and is gone in mere seconds. But reality is a lot more complicated than that. Meteoroids - the solid bit that comes in - are made of different materials, different elements. As the meteoroid heats up, different elements vaporize at different times. Incredibly, although the rock may heat from below freezing to over 1000 degrees in a fraction of a second, that change is what burns off when can be measured... if you're clever. And scientists are very clever.

http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/badastronomy/2009/04/25/differential-elemental-ablation-of-micrometeoroids/
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Powerful New VLT Instrument Arrives in Chile 
A new infrared instrument for ESO’s Very Large Telescope (VLT) with 24 robotic arms has crossed the Atlantic from Edinburgh in the United Kingdom to ESO’s Paranal Observatory in northern Chile. When installed later in the year it will address, in more detail than ever before, some of the key questions surrounding the formation and evolution of galaxies.

KMOS (K-Band Multi Object Spectrometer) has been provisionally accepted by ESO after it had completed final assembly and testing at the UK Astronomy Technology Centre (UK ATC) in Edinburgh. It will now be fitted to Unit Telescope 1, one of the four telescopes that make up the VLT, and will provide astronomers with a far quicker way to uncover details about galaxies and their properties.

KMOS is unique in its ability to image many galaxies simultaneously, either in a cluster or in isolation, but in both cases to also map out the varying properties of different parts of each galaxy. Until now, each galaxy has had to be identified individually to obtain that information, a process that takes years. KMOS will be able to collect the same amount of information in just two months.

Each of the 24 cryogenic robotic arms, which have gold-plated mirrors on their tips, can be moved into position to pick up the light coming from distant galaxies.

KMOS has been designed, built and tested by a consortium consisting of Durham University (UK), the Max -Planck­-Institut für extraterrestrische Physik (MPE), Universitäts Sternwarte München (USM), Oxford University and the UK Astronomy Technology Centre. ESO itself delivered the detectors and other components.

The instrument will be commissioned in November 2012. 

Credit ESO
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Tatooine, Tatooine

A newly discovered planet was just announced that was found in a four-star system! The planet orbits a binary pair of stars that themselves are orbited by another binary pair. The planet, called PH-1, is more like Saturn than Earth - and much, much hotter since it's closer to its stars than the Earth is to the Sun (and also because one of the binary stars is hotter than the Sun).

Even cooler: the planet was discovered by two amateurs! They were participating in the Planet Hunters project, which puts Kepler Observatory data online for people to analyze. They spotted the tell-tale signs of the planet in the data, and it was confirmed but the Kepler team.

Could the first Earth-like planet orbiting in another star's habitable zone be waiting for you to find it?

http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/badastronomy/2012/10/15/amateur-planet-hunters-find-a-world-with-a-four-star-rating/
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Weekend Aurora Gives Time for 'Reflection'

Think you've taken some great aurora images? Well reflect on this! by +Corinne Mills Photography 

Read and see more at Universe Today: http://www.universetoday.com/97993/weekend-aurora-gives-time-for-reflection/
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