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4d8e333e No.3604847[View All]

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e8f7dc73 No.3638206

>>3638187
just need to autostream vr space helmets in peoples sleep

559fae21 No.3638208

>>3638187

bet the Chinese will build and launch a larger so fast it will make peoples heads spin.

22598885 No.3642115

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22598885 No.3642116

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7fc11f3b No.3642531

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7fc11f3b No.3642827

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7fc11f3b No.3642829

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love the honey comb look!

13e10d60 No.3642943

>>3642829
looks like a tampon ad

dcbb8c11 No.3643000

>>3642943
NASA surveillance in YOUR vagina? More likely than you'd think.

5dc3de52 No.3643005

>>3643000
a little BoD never hurt anybody lol

7fc11f3b No.3643213

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7fc11f3b No.3643425

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🦊💋🔭

7fc11f3b No.3643540

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This sparkling starfield, captured by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope’s Wide Field Camera 3 and Advanced Camera for Surveys, contains the globular cluster ESO 520-21 (also known as Palomar 6). A densely packed, roughly spherical collection of stars, it lies close to the center of the Milky Way, where interstellar gas and dust absorb starlight and make observations more challenging.

Interstellar absorption affects some wavelengths of light more than others, changing the colors of astronomical objects by causing them to appear redder than they actually are. Astronomers call this process “reddening,” and it makes determining the properties of globular clusters close to the galactic center – such as ESO 520-21 – particularly difficult.

ESO 520-21 lies in the constellation Ophiuchus, near the celestial equator. Ophiuchus was one of the 48 constellations included in the writings of the second-century Egyptian astronomer Ptolemy, all of which are among the 88 constellations officially recognized by the International Astronomical Union today.

ba4cbacc No.3645308

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bf136d65 No.3648283

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YxRONAZoMDk&t=1s

We could build these on Mars foggy atmosphere to catch water.

79223655 No.3648497

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>>3648283
That seems unlikely, IMO. Any fog on Mars should be ice fog. It would be difficult to make ice crystals flow down a net and into a collection vessel.

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3978983a No.3650891

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c8636fb8 No.3650982

>>3650891
Didn't they talk about the alignment taking months? Are they ahead of schedule on this?

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dd5cbecd No.3651020

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>>3650982
> Are they ahead of schedule on this?
NASA’s Webb Reaches Alignment Milestone, Optics Working Successfully.

https://www.nasa.gov/press-release/nasa-s-webb-reaches-alignment-milestone-optics-working-successfully/

6ee912f5 No.3651220

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>>3650990
>hot
Polybius is a mentally unstable faggot.

3978983a No.3651691

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https://imgur.com/gallery/uYMRM4V

This HubbleClassic image shows a dense collection of stars near our galaxy’s core, at a distance of about 26,000 light-years. SWEEPS stands for the Sagittarius Window Eclipsing Extrasolar Planet Search.

ff5a5ac1 No.3652605

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674ecc97 No.3652617

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>>3652605
So Sol is at the center of the universe. Amazing.

e8f7dc73 No.3652630

>>3652605
space bung

2c8e1481 No.3652767

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Did SETI finally find intelligent life?

https://youtu.be/ZFiVSsZTlZc

ff5a5ac1 No.3652854

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adf146df No.3652856

>>3643540
>lots n' lots of glowie
probably want to wear a lead jock strap if you visit

2c8e1481 No.3653661

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I wonder how science literate /furi/ is. Do you know what half-life means? You probably think I'm referring to the video game. More importantly, do you understand the concept of half-life? If a particle of some substance has a 10% chance of decaying in 1 second, what is the half-life of the substance?

cc691b7f No.3653662

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>>3653661
If half life is referred to a video game and a decaying particle.

I got one; what about second life that is referred to a virtual world simulation and anew product?

3faaa2e4 No.3653665

>>3653662
did you spend alot of time on that?

2c8e1481 No.3653752

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This is a hostile invasion from the planet Coolfoodz!

Just kidding. Anyway, transgenic space lettuce is a thing now. And it's got what bones crave! Apparently.
>In a new study, researchers from University of California, Davis (UC Davis) created an experimental strain of lettuce that produces a medication that contains a fragment of human parathyroid hormone (PTH) peptide. PTH is naturally produced by the parathyroid gland and helps stimulate bone growth, among other functions.
>The researchers think that this new strain of "space lettuce" could help astronauts to maintain their bone density while they are in space. This new study was presented at the spring meeting of the American Chemical Society.

https://www.space.com/space-lettuce-experiment-bone-loss-astronauts

Would you try the space lettuce?

>>3653662
Cream, of all the mensches on this site, you're one of them. Just thought you should know.

cc691b7f No.3653753

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>>3653752
Yeah, I would like to have some space ranch dressing, please!

1351a386 No.3653754

>>3653661
Can I take the time it takes to be inert for $500 Jim

cc691b7f No.3653755

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283eb8aa No.3653763

>>3653752
Would eating this space lettuce all throughout your childhood make you taller?

I'd rather eat space lettuce than manlet organic lettuce.

e8f7dc73 No.3653768

>>3653662
second life for plebs. lol. graduate to using xeno colonies to farm for your own personal fuckbangs.

2c8e1481 No.3653776

>>3653755
I remember seeing that. I imagine food that's been in actual outer space would pick up particles that give space its characteristic odor, imparting the food with space seasoning. The smell of objects that have been in outer space pick up a distinct smell that's been described as smelling like like burnt steak, welding fumes, and spent gunpowder.

>>3653763
It can help increase bone density. But I don't think it can increase height.

3faaa2e4 No.3653784

>>3653754
it can happen instantly because half life is not garunteed unless it is…which it isnt…ever…not naturally anyway. you have to go thru the whole life cycle of the particle to technically experience full heat death by the time any half life occurs its basically a replaced particle "or a dumbed down version of itself that its not the same". Imagine losing vital organs slowly until you are nothing left. Lol. There is no garuntee they go out one at a time either.

cc691b7f No.3654202

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>>3610157
BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOORRRRRP!

2c8e1481 No.3655846

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No one mentioned the largest marsquakes ever recorded that made the news about a week ago?

https://www.space.com/largest-marsquakes-insight-lander-detection

"Not only are they the largest and most distant events by a considerable margin, [the event dubbed] S1000a has a spectrum and duration unlike any other event previously observed," lead author Anna Horleston, a seismologist at the University of Bristol in the U.K., said in a statement released by the Seismological Society of America, which published the new research. "They truly are remarkable events in the Martian seismic catalog."

2c8e1481 No.3656428

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Tomorrow, the Event Horizon Telescope team will announce a discovery they made regarding our Milky Way galaxy. This is the same telescope array that produced the first-ever image of a black hole. Pic related. Taking bets on what they discovered. My guess is they now have an image of the supermassive black hole at the center of our galaxy (Sagittarius A*).

https://www.space.com/event-horizon-telescope-milky-way-discovery-webcasts

12f1f0ad No.3656492

>>3656428

it is. A radio-image of Sagittarius A.

Impressive since it is 1000 times lighter, thus much smaller than the central blackhole of M87

2c8e1481 No.3656494

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>>3656492
Yep.

Behold, our first glimpse of the supermassive black hole at the heart of our galaxy. The scientists at the press conference mentioned making higher resolution images and even videos of it in the future. Einstein's general relativity confirmed again.

https://eventhorizontelescope.org/blog/astronomers-reveal-first-image-black-hole-heart-our-galaxy

c0bd8c9f No.3656526

>>3656494

So basically everything gravitates and rotates around giant Assholes.

Somehow that explains a lot of things. In a lot of different fields. In fact all of them.

faa56841 No.3656527

>>3656428
Herp Derp let's look at the giant death ball that everyone tells us not to look at.

191751a5 No.3656531

>>3656527
That's not the sun

faa56841 No.3656532

>>3656531
uh then why is it orange

1553f1e0 No.3656541

>>3656526
Where's the upvote button?



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