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Joan-Marc Miralles Bellera
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Andorran Astronomer/Citizen, incorporated in 1969
Andorran Astronomer/Citizen, incorporated in 1969

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Interesting geographic feature... :-))

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Pipo close-up #cat #gat #gato #chat
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"La por és el camí cap al costat obscur. La por porta a la ira, la ira porta a l'odi, l'odi porta al sofriment" - Yoda 
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Espero de tot cor que el 2015 sigui un any de progrés per tothom i no un retorn al passat... Molt bon any nou!!!
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Molt útil! Very Useful!
Cada vegada que publiquem a Facebook ens demanem si el resultat de la publicació és bo o dolent. Des de DIGUI hem intentat determinar uns indicadors per avaluar si els resultats d’un post han estat correctes o no, independentment del nombre total de seguidors d’una pàgina.

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Did you know there is a Wishing Well Cluster? Get ready to make a wish: http://ow.ly/EUuVw
Image credit: +European Southern Observatory (ESO)  /G. Beccari
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Portrait of NGC 281
Image Credit & Copyright: Martin Pugh
http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap141128.html

Look through the cosmic cloud cataloged as NGC 281 and you might miss the stars of open cluster IC 1590. But, formed within the nebula, that cluster's young, massive stars ultimately power the pervasive nebular glow. The eye-catching shapes looming in this portrait of NGC 281 are sculpted columns and dense dust globules seen in silhouette, eroded by intense, energetic winds and radiation from the hot cluster stars. If they survive long enough, the dusty structures could also be sites of future star formation. Playfully called the Pacman Nebula because of its overall shape, NGC 281 is about 10,000 light-years away in the constellation Cassiopeia. This sharp composite image was made through narrow-band filters, combining emission from the nebula's hydrogen, sulfur, and oxygen atoms in green, red, and blue hues. It spans over 80 light-years at the estimated distance of NGC 281.
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Spectacular Maki Namekawa and great music by Philip Glass

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A new mosaic image of Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, using images taken on 28 October 2014 when Rosetta was at a distance of 9.7 km from the centre of the comet and about 7.7 km from its surface. The corresponding image scale is about 65 cm/pixel, so each 1024 x 1024 pixel frame is about 665 m across.

http://blogs.esa.int/rosetta/2014/10/31/cometwatch-28-october/

#cometwatch #Rosetta #67P  
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