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Mar Walker (Mistryel)
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A drawing and a poem....

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Very Relaxing!

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Some wonderful reading to be found here:

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The Hubble Space Telescope takes a close-up of Mars ahead of the planet’s opposition. That means that the sun and Mars will be on exact opposite sides of Earth on May 22. In this image, Mars is revealed as a dynamic seasonal planet with bright, frosty polar caps, and clouds above a vivid, rust-colored landscape. Details: http://go.nasa.gov/1qwU8zg
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Star clusters encircle this galaxy seen by the Hubble Space Telescope, like bees buzzing around a hive. Located just under 100 million light-years away, this galaxy lies in the constellation of Ursa Major. Discover more: http://go.nasa.gov/1U63EkA
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Milky Way over the Pinnacles in Australia
Image Credit: Michael Goh
http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap160217.html

What strange world is this? Earth. In the foreground of the featured image are the Pinnacles, unusual rock spires in Nambung National Park in Western Australia. Made of ancient sea shells (limestone), how these human-sized picturesque spires formed remains unknown. In the background, just past the end of the central Pinnacle, is a bright crescent Moon. The eerie glow around the Moon is mostly zodiacal light, sunlight reflected by dust grains orbiting between the planets in the Solar System. Arching across the top is the central band of our Milky Way Galaxy. Many famous stars and nebula are also visible in the background night sky. The featured 29-panel panorama was taken and composed last September after detailed planning that involved the Moon, the rock spires, and their corresponding shadows. Even so, the strong zodiacal light was a pleasant surprise.
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Gorgeous!
Why do global temperatures remain stable in the long run unless they’re pushed by outside forces? A new study tells us: http://go.nasa.gov/1Lcx5OD
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