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The most precious Gift!!
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These smart shoes work with Google Maps on your phone to buzz your feet when it's time to turn: http://cnet.co/UAlt3V
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What a beautiful interpretation!!
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Just Eating My.....Doh!

I wonder if the second bird came in for the kill.

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“Because He died, all shall live again.” –Thomas S. Monson

Visit http://mrmn.org/1hXTkMp to find out more about what's possible #BecauseofHim.

#Easter #GoodFriday
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"Si lo puedes soñar, lo puedes hacer realidad"
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A bizarre cosmic rarity: NGC 660 | Hubble Space Telescope
This Hubble image shows a peculiar galaxy known as NGC 660, located around 45 million light-years away from us.

NGC 660 is classified as a "polar ring galaxy", meaning that it has a belt of gas and stars around its center that it ripped from a near neighbor during a clash about one billion years ago. The first polar ring galaxy was observed in 1978 and only around a dozen more have been discovered since then, making them something of a cosmic rarity.

Unfortunately, NGC 660’s polar ring cannot be seen in this image, but has plenty of other features that make it of interest to astronomers – its central bulge is strangely off-kilter and, perhaps more intriguingly, it is thought to harbor exceptionally large amounts of dark matter. In addition, in late 2012 astronomers observed a massive outburst emanating from NGC 660 that was around ten times as bright as a supernova explosion. This burst was thought to be caused by a massive jet shooting out of the supermassive black hole at the center of the galaxy.

Credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA

+European Space Agency, ESA 

#NASA  #Hubble #Galaxy #Polar #Ring   #Astronomy  #NGC660 #Universe   #Cosmos  
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