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Mico Marasigan (ミコ)
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Administrator. Security professional. Kendoka. shorinji Kempo Kenshi. Reiki Practitioner. Spiritual and esoteric practices enthusiast.
Administrator. Security professional. Kendoka. shorinji Kempo Kenshi. Reiki Practitioner. Spiritual and esoteric practices enthusiast.

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陰陽師・安倍晴明を祀る晴明神社の、お正月用の注連飾りです🔯五芒星が魔除けに効きそうですね(๑´▿`๑)♫🌠
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写真は紫綺さんの投稿です。皆様も気軽にご投稿ください♡
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#神社 #御朱印 #初詣 #晴明神社
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An exceptional painting of the ancient Greek goddess of the day, Hemera (Ημέρα), by the French academic painter, William-Adolphe Bouguereau.

The painting was completed in 1881 and is in a private collection.

#Greek #Mythology #Classics
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Stunning Chalkboard Art by Fine Arts teacher Hirotaka Hamasaki http://rink.me/2cP4eH5

#rinkya #japan #japanese #art
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Beijing Opera head decor for young female role
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🐉 BRUCE LEE Forever 🐉
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Five Planets and the Moon over Australia
It  is not a coincidence that planets line up. That's because all of the planets orbit the Sun in (nearly) a single sheet called the plane of the ecliptic. When viewed from inside that plane -- as Earth dwellers are likely to do -- the planets all appear confined to a single band. It is a coincidence, though, when several of the brightest planets all appear in nearly the same direction.

Such a coincidence was captured just last week. Featured below, six planets and Earth's Moon were all imaged together last week, just before sunset, from Mornington Peninsula in Victoria, Australia. A second band is visible across the top of this tall image -- the central band of our Milky Way Galaxy.

Image & info via APOD
http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap160816.html
Image Credit & Copyright: Alex Cherney (Terrastro, TWAN)

#nasa   #space   #eclipticplane   #science  
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Puzzling a Sky over Argentina
Can you find the comet? True, a careful eye can find thousands of stars, tens of constellations, four planets, three galaxies, and the central band of our Milky Way Galaxy -- all visible in the sky of this spectacular 180-degree panorama.

Also, if you know what to look for, you can identify pervasive green airglow, an earthly cloud, the south celestial pole, and even a distant cluster of stars. But these are all easier to find than Comet 252P/LINEAR. The featured image, taken in el Leoncito National Park, Argentina in early April, also features the dome of the Jorge Sahade telescope on the hill on the far right.

Have you found the comet yet? If so, good for you (it was the green spot on the left), but really the harder thing to find is Small Cloud of Magellan.  

Image and info via APOD
http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/astropix.html
Image Credit & Copyright: Sergio Montúfar;
Acknowledgement: Planetario Ciudad de La Plata / CASLEO observatory

#space   #nasa   #milkyway   #science   #universe  
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