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"Space, the final front ear!"
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Space | Corona Australis nebulas

This picture shows the blue reflected light from the reflection nebulas in Corona Australis, the Southern Crown constellation.

Nebulas are composed of 'dust', basically just tiny bits of as little as a few molecules. When they are hit by the radiation from nearby hot, young stars, they glow blue by reflecting that light.

Another nebula is yellow, near a variable star.

Other bends and curved lines are from nebulas formed into different shapes by the pressure of the hot sunlight from these stars.

*अंतरिक्ष | कोरोना ऑस्ट्रेलिस नेबुला *

यह तस्वीर कोरोना ऑस्ट्रेलिस (दक्षिणी क्राउन नक्षत्र) में प्रतिबिंब नेबुला से नीले प्रतिबिंबित प्रकाश दिखाती है.

नेबुला 'धूल' से बने हैं, जो धूल मूल रूप से कुछ अणुओं की ही हो सकती है. जबआसपास के गर्म, युवा सितारों के विकिरण इन से टकराती हैं, तो वे उस प्रकाश को प्रतिबिंबित करके नीले चमकते हैं.

एक अन्य नेबुला पीला है, एक चर सितारा के पास.

अन्य तिरछी और घुमावदार रेखाएं इन सितारों से गर्म सूर्य के प्रकाश के दबाव से विभिन्न आकारों में बने नीबुला का रूप हैं।

Via +Astronomy Picture of the Day (APoD)

#अंतरिक्ष #नेबुला #Space #ReflectionNebulas
Stars and Dust in Corona Australis
Image Credit & Copyright: Eric Coles & Martin Pugh
https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap171018.html

Blue dust clouds and young, energetic stars inhabit this telescopic vista, less than 500 light-years away toward the northern boundary of Corona Australis, the Southern Crown. The dust clouds effectively block light from more distant background stars in the Milky Way. But the striking complex of reflection nebulas cataloged as NGC 6726, 6727, and IC 4812 produce a characteristic blue color as light from the region's bright blue stars is reflected by the cosmic dust. The dust also obscures from view stars still in the process of formation. At the left, smaller yellowish nebula NGC 6729 bends around young variable star R Coronae Australis. Just below it, glowing arcs and loops shocked by outflows from embedded newborn stars are identified as Herbig-Haro objects. On the sky this field of view spans about one degree, corresponding to almost nine light-years at the estimated distance of the nearby star forming region.
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TO.on | Typos in Google

Googling the wrong thing can sometimes be so right.

I'm only on page 3 and have already LOLed seven times.

Via +Kee Hinckley

#Toon
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Business | The wrong way round

+Jim Connolly explains why most small business is built upside down, and how to fix it.

#Business #JimConnolly
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Cool stuff | A 16 lens camera to beat DSLRs

Wow, just wow. What a concept.

Thanks to +Arturo Gutierrez for sharing

#CoolStuff #16LensCamera
This is such a crazy yet amazing concept :D
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TO.on | +Aunty Acid

So true!
If only Fast Food left our bodies as fast as we ate it without leaving any traces of weight gain! Now THAT would be something I can get on board with! 🍕 🍟 🍔
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Space | A short science fiction video

What if the trip to Mars results in deaths? The answer is in this short video.

Via +Michael Interbartolo

#Space #ScienceFiction #SciFi #Mars #Video
A lone Martian astronaut risks everything to pass the torch of inspiration
Our God-given curiosity will force us to go there ourselves because in the final analysis, only man can fully evaluate the moon in terms understandable to other men. - Gus Grissom
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Stories | Sci fi video

A short video that left a lump that refuses to be swallowed.

Watch.

Via +Michael Interbartolo

#video #ScienceFiction #SciFi #Mars
A lone Martian astronaut risks everything to pass the torch of inspiration
Our God-given curiosity will force us to go there ourselves because in the final analysis, only man can fully evaluate the moon in terms understandable to other men. - Gus Grissom
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Stories | Nightmare Fuel 2017

+Bliss Morgan's daily picture prompt for horror fiction gets responses in the comments. Sometimes links to stories, which I add to the forward, and sometimes the whole story is in the comment itself.

Today, +Remy Porter does that: the short piece in the comment itself, with wicked results.
+Kary Gaul comes up with a great piece: https://karysnightmarefuel.wordpress.com/2017/10/17/2017-nightmare-fuel-day-17/ Justice, of a sort, is served.
+Samantha Dunaway Bryant comes up with a 'jarring' piece, too, but with a very different treatment:
https://plus.google.com/+SamanthaDunawayBryant/posts/5JFi5KqATFC

I'll add others as they get posted.

Edit:
Here is +Leonard Suskin's version. Certainly horrific from one perspective.
https://czhorat.blogspot.in/2017/10/nightmare-fuel-day-seventeenth-make-wish.html

#NightmareFuel2017 #horror #ShortStory #FlashFiction #BlissMorgan #KaryGaul #SamanthaDunawayBryant #RemyPorter #LeonardSuskin
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Business | Super growth

+Jim Connolly shows how you can grow your business hugely. This is not just clickbait. A friend of his actually did the kind of growth the headline says!

#Business #Growth
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Space | Mars' ancient seas

Recent evidence of certain types of mineral deposits in the areas identified as having had seas of water on Mars a few billion years ago shows that the waters of the sea could have been stirred up by thermal vents, similar to volcanoes on Earth. Such 'hydrothermal vents' on Earth are suspected to be the location of the earliest forms of life on Earth, and so it is reasonable to expect that they could have done the same on Mars. That is such tantalising conjecture!

* अंतरिक्ष | मंगल का प्राचीन समुद्र *

कुछ अरब साल पहले मंगल ग्रह पर पानी के सागर होने के रूप में पहचान किए गए क्षेत्रों में कुछ प्रकार के खनिज जमाओं के हालिया सबूतों से पता चलता है कि उस समुद्र के जल को पृथ्वी पर ज्वालामुखियों के असर के समान 'थर्मल नलिकाओं' द्वारा उभारा जा सकता था। धरती पर इस तरह के 'हाइड्रोथर्मल वेंट' पृथ्वी पर जीवन के शुरुआती रूपों का स्थान माना जाता है, और इसलिए यह उम्मीद करना वाजिब है कि वे मंगल ग्रह पर भी ऐसा कर सकते थे। ऐसा अनुमान कितना लुभावना है!

Via +rasha kamel

On request, I'm including a short Hindi translation of the main points. It's mostly dependent on Google Translate and corrections from my side, as I type much too slowly in Hindi.

#space #mars #life #अंतरिक्ष #मंगल



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