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Convoca MEPLG Salamanca. Participan en el Movimiento por la Escuela Pública, Laica y Gratuita de Salamanca: Acampada Salamanca (15M), EQUO, STE-Sa, CCOO, UGT, IU, Jovenes IU, CEA, UnE, FAPA Helmantike, UJCE, CJC, Red Roja, Asdecoba, Izquierda Republicana, Acción Antifascista, CNT, CGT, PCE, MCEP, FEVESA, Acción Antifascista.

Para más información: mvtoescuelapublicasalamanca@gmail.com
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Concentración en defensa de la educación pública 10-5-2012 (16 fotos)
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Hugh Acheson shares the bitter goodness of escarole http://epi.us/KpUgb3
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M106 Close Up
Credit: Composite Image Data - Hubble Legacy Archive; Adrian Zsilavec, Michelle Qualls, +Adam Block / NOAO / AURA / NSF
Processing - +andre van der hoeven
http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap120503.html

Close to the Great Bear (Ursa Major) and surrounded by the stars of the Hunting Dogs (Canes Venatici), this celestial wonder was discovered in 1781 by the metric French astronomer Pierre Mechain. Later, it was added to the catalog of his friend and colleague Charles Messier as M106. Modern deep telescopic views reveal it to be an island universe: a spiral galaxy around 30 thousand light-years across located only about 21 million light-years beyond the stars of the Milky Way. Along with prominent dust lanes and a bright central core, this colorful composite image highlights youthful blue star clusters and reddish stellar nurseries that trace the galaxy's spiral arms. The high resolution galaxy portrait is a mosaic of data from Hubble's sharp ACS camera combined with groundbased color image data. M106 (aka NGC 4258) is a nearby example of the Seyfert class of active galaxies, seen across the spectrum from radio to X-rays. Energetic active galaxies are powered by matter falling into a massive central black hole.
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Andalucia Law Bans 'Sweet Oloroso' etc. http://goo.gl/xKLCg #Sherry
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