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Homemade marshmallows ... I dare you to make them.

Puff the Magic Mallow: http://bit.ly/ABMarshmallowRecipe
It’s hard to believe that these factory-formed, gluey gobs, destined for flaming twigs, were originally handmade masterworks formed one at a time in the finest confectionery shops of Paris. Fast-forward to present day, more and more people are making their own — and they’re actually quite easy to prepare. Once you have my base recipe down, the possibilities are endless (for example add peppermint oil for a holiday-spin or cocoa for chocolate love...
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Awesome!
 
Aurora Shimmer, Meteor Flash
Image Credit & Copyright: Bjørnar G. Hansen
http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap141207.html

Northern Lights, or aurora borealis, haunted skies over the island of Kvaløya, near Tromsø Norway on 2009 December 13. This 30 second long exposure records their shimmering glow gently lighting the wintery coastal scene. A study in contrasts, it also captures the sudden flash of a fireball meteor from the excellent Geminid meteor shower in 2009 December. Streaking past familiar stars in the handle of the Big Dipper, the trail points back toward the constellation Gemini, off the top of the view. Both aurora and meteors occur in Earth's upper atmosphere at altitudes of 100 kilometers or so, but aurora caused by energetic charged particles from the magnetosphere, while meteors are trails of cosmic dust. Toward the end of this week the 2014 Geminids meteor shower will peak, although they will compete with the din of last quarter moonlight.
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+Hank Salvacion , might have some good ideas.
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ebay'ers... change your password! and use a password manager. 
"Encrypted passwords and non-financial data" stolen by cyberattackers.
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There still is beauty to behold.
 
Clouds and Crosses over Haleakala
Image Credit & Copyright: Wally Pacholka (TWAN)
http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap140412.html

Aloha and welcome to a breathtaking skyscape. The dreamlike panoramic view from March 27 looks out over the 10,000 foot summit of Haleakala on Maui, Hawai'i. A cloud layer seeps over the volcanic caldera's edge with the Milky Way and starry night sky above. Head of the Northern Cross asterism, supergiant star Deneb lurks within the Milky Way's dust clouds and nebulae at the left. From there you can follow the arc of the Milky Way all the way to the stars of the more compact Southern Cross, just above the horizon at the far right. A yellowish Mars is right of center, near the top of the frame, with rival red giant Antares below it, closer to the Milky Way's central bulge. Need some help identifying the stars? Just slide your cursor over the picture, or download this labeled panorama.
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Want! Does Michele Moulton or Hans Stuck give rally instruction? ;)
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Surreal!
 
Geminid Fireball over Mount Balang
Image Credit: Alvin Wu
http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap141217.html

This was a sky to remember. While viewing the Geminids meteor shower a few days ago, a bright fireball was captured over Mt. Balang, China with particularly picturesque surroundings. In the foreground, a sea of light clouds slowly floated between dark mountain peaks. In the background, the constellation of Orion shone brightly, with the familiar three stars of Orion's belt visible near the image top right. Sirius, the brightest star in the night sky, is visible near the image center. The bright fireball flashed for only a fraction of second on the lower right. The source of the fireball was a pebble that intersected the protective atmosphere of Earth, originally expelled by the Sun-orbiting asteroid-like object 3200 Phaethon.
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Awesome! The engineering… just wow!
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Because it was Carl Sagan's birthday recently...
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There is still beauty to behold.
 
Earth's Atmospheric Layers - Astronauts aboard the International Space Station captured this photo of Earth's atmospheric layers on July 31, 2011, revealing the troposphere (orange-red), stratosphere and above. Satellite instruments allow scientists to better understand the chemistry and dynamics occurring within and between these layers.

Image Credit: NASA/JSC Gateway to Astronaut Photography of Earth

#Earth #NASA #USClimateReport, #EarthRightNow, #ActOnClimate #ISS #Space #SpaceStation #Astronauts

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fly like a butterfly, sting like a bee... and jinx like a fly. 
The insects perform aerial maneuvers similar to fighter jets.
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Coming soon to an atmosphere near you.
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