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jamieprimack. Here’s a sample from today’s page of my web comic series BINARY STAR a

Here’s a sample from today’s page of my web comic series BINARY STAR and how can Zaki DO this...?! This is absolutely AWFUL! If you’re new to this series, you can read it completely FREE at Tapas.io/series/BinaryStar, BinaryStarComic.Tumblr.com, and Facebook.com/BinaryStarComic! 🌟🌟 #binarystar #binarystarcomic #webcomic #art #artistsoninstagram #comics #comicart #makingcomics #scifi #sciencefiction #scifiart #scificomics #outerspace #spaceopera #spacetravel #cyberpunk #ink #inking #alien #aliens #horror #horrorart #dog #dogs #indiecomic #indiecomics #webcomics #comicartist #comicartists

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spaceserious. • One of the most common missconceptions from outter space is that eve

• One of the most common missconceptions from outter space is that every planet orbits it's home star like #Earth rotates #TheSun. • But, theoreticians in two different fields defied the common knowledge that planets orbit stars like the Sun. They proposed the possibility of thousands of planets around a supermassive black hole. • Whilst researching active galactic nuclei, which are luminous objects energized by black holes, Keiichi Wada (A professor at the Kagoshima University) statedsupermassive black hole. “With the right conditions, planets could be formed even in harsh environments, such as around a black hole." • More recent theories claim that planets are formed from fluffy dust aggregates in a protoplanetary disk around a young star. “Our calculations show that tens of thousands of planets with 10 times the mass of the Earth could be formed around 10 light-years from a black hole,” says Eiichiro Kokubo, a professor at the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan who studies planet formation. 》 do you think this is correct and if not, DM me your theories 》 follow @spaceserious for more #stars🌟

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authordanwells. ‪My new book, DRAGON PLANET, comes out one week from today! This is th

‪My new book, DRAGON PLANET, comes out one week from today! This is the sequel to last year’s mega-hit ZERO G; in this one, Zero and his family start to explore a brand new planet, and find a lot of excitement and danger.‬ ‪Order your copy today: https://www.audible.com/pd/Dragon-Planet-Audiobook/B07X7J8YJ3‬

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odisseiaespacial_. A Nasa liberou pela primeira vez dados obtidos pela sonda solar Parker

A Nasa liberou pela primeira vez dados obtidos pela sonda solar Parker, lançada em agosto de 2018, lançando luz sobre características antes desconhecidas ou apenas imaginadas sobre a nossa estrela. Tais informações serão utilizadas para entender e predizer melhor o clima do nosso planeta, entender o processo de formação e evolução das estrelas e também para proteger de maneira mais eficaz astronautas em futuras missões como a Artemis. ⠀ A sonda já chegou a 24 milhões de quilômetros do Sol, mais perto do que Mercúrio e aproximadamente 6 vezes mais perto que a Terra (e ela ainda chegará mais perto no futuro). Essa proximidade permitiu a identificação de eventos solares tão pequenos que não poderiam ser identificados a partir da Terra, como por exemplo a forma que os ventos solares fluem de maneira estruturada a partir da corona solar. ⠀ Um evento em particular chamou bastante a atenção dos cientistas, uma vez que nunca foi observado antes. As mudanças de direção no campo magnético "levado" pelos ventos solares, apelidadas carinhosamente de montanhas-russas, parecem ser eventos bem comuns no fluxo dos ventos solares mas não podem ser observadas de longe. Isso ocorre porque esses eventos duram no máximo alguns minutos e não parecem ser detectáveis quanto mais distante do Sol o observador se encontra. ⠀ Esse conhecimento pode não só fornecer informações sobre mecanismos que aceleram e aquecem os ventos solares como também ajuda a compreender como as estrelas se formam e como liberam campo magnético no seu meio. ⠀ Fiquem atentos aos próximos posts para mais informações sobre o que a Parker descobriu sobre o Sol. ⠀ #nasa #parker #parkerProbe #solarWinds #physics #astronomy #spaceExploration #universe #spaceTravel #spaceResearch #sondaEspacial

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odisseiaespacial_. A SpaceX, empresa de Elon Musk, irá realizar hoje um lançamento – CRS-

A SpaceX, empresa de Elon Musk, irá realizar hoje um lançamento – CRS-19 – do seu foguete Falcon 9 e da cápsula Dragon. Numa operação conjunta com a NASA, o destino é a Estação Espacial Internacional (ISS). ⠀ O lançamento que deveria ter ocorrido ontem e foi cancelado por conta dos fortes ventos foi agendado para hoje, quinta-feira dia 5 de dezembro às 14:29, a décima nona missão de Serviços Comerciais de Reabastecimento (CRS-19) da empresa. O lançamento será feito do Space Launch Complex 40 (SLC-40) na Estação da Força Aérea de Cabo Canaveral, Flórida. ⠀ Esta missão terá como objetivo o reabastecimento e transporte de material científico, para além de um conjunto de CubeSats para a NASA. ⠀ #spacex #nasa #space #elonmusk #falcon #spacexlaunch #cosmos #rocketscience #spacecraft #future #starship #launch #iss #rocket #astronaut #spaceship #engineering #astronomy #spacexploration #universe #spacetravel #spaceresearch

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spaceiac. Apollo 11 Launch...
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This image shows the American flag heralded the

Apollo 11 Launch... - This image shows the American flag heralded the launch of Apollo 11, the first Lunar landing mission, on July 16, 1969. The massive Saturn V rocket lifted off from NASA's Kennedy Space Center with astronauts Neil A. Armstrong, Michael Collins, and Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin at 9:32 a.m. EDT. One minute, six seconds after liftoff, the Apollo 11/Saturn V reached Mach 1 at an altitude of 4 miles (6.4 kilometers). As it goes supersonic, condensation clouds, called “shock collars,” form around the S-II second stage. - A shock collar, also known as vapor cone or shock egg, is a visible cloud of condensed water that can sometimes form around an object moving at high speed through moist air, for example, a rocket flying at transonic speeds. When the localized air pressure around the object drops, so does the air temperature. If the temperature drops below the saturation temperature, a cloud forms. - Four days after this picture was taken, on July 20, Armstrong and Aldrin landed on the Moon's surface while Collins orbited overhead in the Command Module. Armstrong and Aldrin gathered samples of lunar material and deployed scientific experiments that transmitted data about the lunar environment. - -------------------------------------------------- ✔️ Like and share! 🛰️ ✔️ Follow @spaceiac for more! 🚀 -------------------------------------------------- - - Image credit: @nasa -

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saganism. “You're an interesting species. An interesting mix. You're capable of

“You're an interesting species. An interesting mix. You're capable of such beautiful dreams, and such horrible nightmares. You feel so lost, so cut off, so alone, only you're not. See, in all our searching, the only thing we've found that makes the emptiness bearable, is each other.” #CarlSagan #AnnDruyan #Contact . (🎨Artist @camartinart) . . . . #elonmusk

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El telescopio espacial Hubble mira a lo largo de los caminos de las naves espaciales Voyager 1 y 2 de la NASA a medida que viajan a través del sistema solar y hacia el espacio interestelar. ⠀ La NASA lanzó la nave espacial gemela Voyager 1 y 2 en 1977. Ambos exploraron los planetas exteriores Júpiter y Saturno. La Voyager 2 visitó a Urano y Neptuno. ⠀ Viajan a 61mil km/h ⠀ La Voyager 1 está a 21 mil millones de km de la Tierra, lo que la convierte en el objeto hecho por el hombre más alejado jamás construido. En aproximadamente 40,000 años, después de que la nave espacial ya no esté operativa y no pueda recopilar nuevos datos, pasará dentro de 1,6 años luz de la estrella Gliese 445, en la constelación Camelopardalis. Su gemelo, Voyager 2, está a 17 mil millones de km de la Tierra, y pasará 1.7 años luz de la estrella Ross 248 en unos 40.000 años.⠀ Créditos: NASA, ESA y Z. Levay (STScI)⠀ ⠀ Follow Me!⠀😎 @francisco.qv @ecoferio⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀ #Astronomia #Astrofisica #planeta #planet #sunsystem #space #astronomer #satellite #telescope #hubble #hubbletelescope #nasahubble #interstellar #SolarSystem #sun #Voyager2 #Voyager #voyager1 #spacecraft #outerspace #spacetravel #NASAJPL #Neptune #interstellarspace #jupiter #uranus #science #spacecraft #heliopause #heliosphere

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vv_tsypelev. 🔻Dec 6, 2019, A Russian government Soyuz rocket will launch the 74th

🔻Dec 6, 2019, A Russian government Soyuz rocket will launch the 74th Progress cargo delivery ship to the International Space Station. Moved forward from Dec. 20 and Dec. 6. Delayed from Dec. 1. ` Coordinates: ▪️45° 37′ 00″ N, 63° 19′ 00″ E launch time: 🇰🇿 14:34.11 Local time Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan, UTS/GMT +6 🇷🇺 11:34.11 Discrete Moscow time, Russia UTS/GMT +3 🇺🇳 08:34.11 Universal Time (UTC) GMT 0 | (EST - 5) ▫️Launch site: "site number 31, Baikonur Cosmodrome" ▫️launch services company:  Roscosmos ▫️Customers company: Roscosmos Live broadcast rocket launch: http://www.tvroscosmos.ru/5129🔻 ` It is planned to dock the Progress MS-13 truck with the ISS three days after launch - December 9, 2019, at 13:38 Moscow time. ` Cooperation: 🔥 The rocket Soyuz-FG uses as the engines of the first and second stages - the engines produced by the JSC NPO Energomash named after Academician Glushko "RD-107" and "RD-108". ▪️ Image credit: Roscosmos © An official launch © ▫️ #roscosmos #nasa #esa #jaxa #space #spaceX #prattandwhitney #rdamross #ula #lockheedmartin #boeing #progress #nortropgrumman #capecanaveral #flighttest #baikonur #spaceport #cosmodromevostochny #spaceportamerica #soyuz #atlasv #falcon9 #spacetravel #mars #engine #rd180 #energomash ▪️ #Spacerun™ #RD™

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tordotcompub. Before there are galleys (and cover reveals and quotes and reviews...)

Before there are galleys (and cover reveals and quotes and reviews...) there are Advance Bound Manuscripts! And we got ‘em. Yes, it’s obscenely early to be talking about @sylvainneuvel’s next big series but we can’t help ourselves. This is Shakespeare in Love for 1930s rocketry and it’s super fun (until it punches you in the gut.) ▪️🚀▪️ #ahistoryofwhatcomesnext #takethemtothestars #slyvainneuvel #rocketry #sciencefiction #galleys #upcomingbooks #publishing #tordotcompublishing #bookstagram #booksofinstagram #instabooks #spacetravel

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spacerotation. What’s your favourite Sci-Fi film?

What’s your favourite Sci-Fi film?

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kozmoshakkinda. Tanrı'nın gözü adıyla bilinen Helis Bulutsusu veya Helix Bulutsusu, ay

Tanrı'nın gözü adıyla bilinen Helis Bulutsusu veya Helix Bulutsusu, ayrıca The Helix veya NGC 7293 olarak da bilinir, Kova takımyıldızı yönünde bulunan oldukça büyük bir gezegenimsi bulutsu. Karl Ludwig Harding tarafından muhtemelen 1824'ten önce keşfedilmiştir. Bu bulutsu, parlak gezegenimsi bulutsular içinde Dünya'ya en yakın olanıdır. Daha fazlası için ➡️ @kozmoshakkinda ____ ____ #space #outerspace #spacephotography #spacetime #spaceexploration #spaceflight #spacefacts #spacestation #spacepics #cosmology #ig_astrophotography #milkywaychasers #astrophoto #universetoday #milkywaygalaxy #astronomer #galaxies #astronomylovers #planets #nasabeyond #astronaut

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spacexpage. The UESA Phoenix Space Station by Glenn Clovis @glennclovis. Via @scie

The UESA Phoenix Space Station by Glenn Clovis @glennclovis. Via @science_gear. 👨🏼‍🚀 This space station is a permanent space-bound way-point. Landing on Mars and then attempting to leave the surface again for the trip back to 🌎 consumed enormous amounts of fuel and water. This space station would provide a stopping point for Earth transports, subsequent travel would then be provided by the stations shuttles and capsules. 🚀⠀⠀ ⠀ This station is capable of sustaining a crew of up to 120, providing for all their needs for prolonged periods. Housed within it various sections, the station stored and processed a variety of necessities:⠀ 🌬atmospheric gases⠀ 💧water storage and reclamation⠀ 🔁CO2 scrubbers⠀ 🌊 hydroponics⠀ 🛢 fuel for transports⠀ 🍇 food and⠀ 🛠 equipment stores.⠀⠀ ⠀ There are 64 modules to provide for the crew quarters and secondary laboratories. 🔬⠀ ⠀ It also features a significant amount of protection from radiation and micro-meteorites.☢⠀ ⠀ A single, injectable micro fission reactor provided up to 110 MW of power to the station. ☣⠀ ⠀ A secondary power source was provided by solar arrays around the top of the station.🌞⠀ ⠀ In the event the reactor had to be ejected due to a meltdown, the arrays could provide enough operational power for the station until the replacement fission reactor could be delivered from Earth and installed🌈⠀ ⠀ According to the artist, here is how long it took to create this art: Shuttles - 1 hr in Cinema4D, Spacestation - 20 Hours in Cinema 4D, 3 hours to render, Planet - 1 hour in Vue, the rest is Photoshop. ⠀ Credits: glennclovis.com. ⠀ ⠀ #mars #redplanet #martian #terraform #spacecraft #spacex #spacestation #spaceexploration #spacephotography #theuniverse #interstellar #solarsystem #milkyway #nasa #astronomy #astronomylover #cosmos #space #internationalspacestation #spacetravel #philosophy #cosmology

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astronomymedia. #Throwback to @NASA wanderer 👨‍🚀 Mark C. Lee experiencing something

#Throwback to @NASA wanderer 👨‍🚀 Mark C. Lee experiencing something that mere mortals can only dream of. Being an Earth’s natural Satellite. #humansofplanetearth • Would you risk your life to do this? 📸 @nasa @nasaearth

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asterop.space. 5 years ago today, on Decmber 5, 2014, the first test flight of the Or

5 years ago today, on Decmber 5, 2014, the first test flight of the Orion Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle took place. The capsule was launched at 12:05 UTC by a @ulalaunch Delta IV Heavy🚀 rocket from SLC-37B at the Cape Canaveral AFS🇺🇸. After a mission duration of 4 hours, 24 minutes and 2 Orbits, the capsule splashed down in the Pacific Ocean and was recovered by the USS Anchorage 📷@ulalaunch #space #spaceflight #spaceexploration #spacetravel #rocket #nasa #rocketlaunch #science #astronomy #earth #moon #capecanaveral #unitedlaunchalliance #atlasv #deltaiv heavy #boeing #lockheed #orion #orioncapsule #eft1 #astronaut

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space_love.rs. Under stars ☄✨ Are you ready to explore Space 🔭 @space_love.rs

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Under stars ☄✨ Are you ready to explore Space 🔭 @space_love.rs Photo by : @m_a_visuals

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go.to.words. Do you feel blessed ? You should. 💕
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Do you feel blessed ? You should. 💕 . . What do you think ?? 👇 Share with someone Who's also just Like us 🙋 . . . Follow @go.to.words for more !! 💖 . . . . #quantummechanics #physicsmemes #physics #cosmos #timetravel #magic #travel #time #nature #earth #universe #planets #science #passion #galaxy #astronaut #interstellar #astrophysics #life #friends #curiosity #astronomy #spacequotes #savetheearth #spacetravel #stars #scientist #blackhole #sciencequotes #night

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🚀 Join me LIVE tomorrow from the world’s FIRST Spaceport: Spaceport America. 🇺🇸 Home of @virgingalactic SpaceShip launches 🚀@boeing Starliner test launches 🛰 EXOS Aerospace, SpinLaunch and Hyper-sciences. 🌍 With 6,000 square miles of restricted airspace 🚀12,000 foot runway 👩🏼‍🚀 and vertical launch complexes🛬 tomorrow is going to be EPIC! 💫 💫 💫 💫 📸 @mikecohenphotography #spacetravel #virigingalactic #spaceport #spaceportamerica #spaceexploration #astroathens

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