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Marvel fans left a worthy tribute to Stan Lee at his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
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Prairie dog

More in this blog on my website:
https://anjawessels.photography/face-to-face-with-a-prairie-dog/

Or more animals here:
https://anjawessels.photography/animals


CAMERA: Canon EOS 80D/650D
LENS Tamron 16-300mm f/3.5-6.3 Di II VC PZD Macro

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#photography #animal #DierenParkAmersfoort #prairiedog
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Time to Re-align - Diamond in the Rough.
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Bizarre 'Alien' Asteroid Discovered Orbiting the Wrong Way Near Jupiter

Late last year, our solar system received an unexpected visitor from interstellar space: The asteroid ‘Oumuamua that was discovered suddenly in October and then just as quickly disappeared, passing briefly through our solar system on the way to somewhere else. But now we have a better chance to study a visitor from beyond our solar system.

According to scientists from the Côte d'Azur Observatory and São Paulo State University, there’s at least one interstellar asteroid already here. They found an interstellar asteroid near the planet Jupiter, and unlike ‘Oumuamua, this asteroid is here to stay.

Asteroid 2015 BZ509 was discovered a few years ago by the Pan-STARRS sky survey, the same one that discovered ‘Oumuamua last year. This new asteroid, 2015 BZ509, is a pretty strange one because it orbits in retrograde—in the opposite direction as pretty much everything else in the solar system.

Read more here: https://www.popularmechanics.com/space/solar-system/a20776717/asteroid-orbiting-jupiter-interstellar/

https://academic.oup.com/mnrasl/article/477/1/L117/4996014

Clips, images credit: ESO/M. KORNMESSER & NASA/JPL

Music credit: YouTube Audio Library
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autumn in the grass
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Sebastian Stan doesn't know if he's in Avengers 4. Should fans call his bluff?
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The new NASA Selfies app lets you generate snapshots of yourself in a virtual spacesuit, posing in front of gorgeous cosmic locations, like the Orion Nebula or the center of the Milky Way galaxy.

https://rxscience.org/stunning-new-nasa-app-let-you-take-space-selfies-and-this/
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🏈 The @Eagles face a tough challenge against the 8-1 Saints this weekend. WATCH LIVE as coach Doug Pederson talks about what it will take to win in the Big Easy: http://on.nbc10.com/B1VXT0q #FlyEaglesFly
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If you're looking for a Samsung Galaxy Note 9 deal, you should act quickly to get this one: a brand new Note 9 for only $650.
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Massive amounts of data are generated by orbiting scientific platforms like the Hubble, and the ESA’s Gaia satellite; so much data that it often takes years for researchers to pour through. An international team of astronomers were pouring through Gaia data recently and discovered a massive “ghost” galaxy hiding behind the shroud of the Milky Way’s disc. The new galaxy has been named Antila 2 or Ant 2 and is said to be an extremely low-density galaxy.

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"In the future, the unified theory of half moons and pinch points should prove useful in both theoretical and applied physics, and perhaps beyond."
No, it is a Halowave and vortex.
and NOW you know where they got it..
from me.
I got it from God.
Thanks Lord for your incredible wisdom.
still I am reviled :)

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Fox News backs CNN lawsuit over Jim Acosta’s suspended press pass https://nyp.st/2DEwWdU
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what politico and other s do not understand is that Trump can appoint a temporary head to any government office and of course the democrats will scream bloody murder but it is legal
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Pocket Casts v7 brings a Material Theme overhaul in open beta

Pocket Casts is one of the most popular podcast applications in the Play Store and iOS App Store. The developers have been working hard on keeping it updated with new features and improvements for years. Recently, the app was purchased by NPR, an organization that invests heavily in podcasts. The team has been working on a massive update and it’s finally here with version 7.

Apart from the material design change, you can listen to podcasts without having to subscribe first, which means you can play right from the Discover tab. It’s now possible to search a podcast series so you can find an episode easily. A big feature that Pocket Casts power users have been asking for is syncing the Up Next queue between devices. That is finally possible in version 7.

Listening History shows a timeline of all the episodes you’ve listened to. Also, the Archive feature now saves the play status, so you can easily see if you already listened to an episode that has been archived.

For me, the biggest improvements though are the playing of single episodes and the episode search (although the search itself needs some work still).

See https://www.xda-developers.com/pocket-casts-material-theme-update/

#pocketcasts
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Hawkeye, A Brilliant App That Allows Users to Browse the Internet on an iOS Device Using Only Their Eyes
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Google Testing YouTube Movie Trailer Videos In Ads On Google.com
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Night Sight now rolling out to all Google Pixel devices w/ spectacular low-light performance [Gallery]

If you read a hundred reviews of any Google Pixel smartphone, you’ll come away with the consensus that these phones are worth it for the camera alone, and that’s very true. Lately, Google has been working some magic behind the scenes to make these cameras…
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How did Samsung manage to bend the cover glass of its foldable phone? A ton of Japanese suppliers - What's the most interesting question about Samsung's upcoming foldable F-series? Is it the price of the first phone in the line? The specs? Nah, it's how did Samsung manage to bend the cover glass without breaking it. like what you see in the LetsGoDigital concept image of the phone above! The first of its kind supply chain analysis of the foldable device has appeared in Korean media, and it ...
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