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We interrupt Astronomy News to Present this Potato

Wow! There is a lot of exciting space news in the headlines lately…it is a thrilling time to have one’s eyes fixed on the heavens. However, for the moment, let’s tear our eyes from the splendors of the firmament and concentrate instead on the most mundane of wonders here at our feet—the potato. Originally domesticated […]

via We interrupt Astronomy News to Present this Potato — ferrebeekeeper

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Why I love Astronomy

From the Origins of the Universe to life on planet Earth.

via Why I love Astronomy — Confessions of A Minimalist

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Navigation, Astronomy, and Time

Last Friday morning I scored a tour of the Old Naval Observatory from Stephen Randolph, the historian of the U.S. Department of State. I’ve been wanting to get inside this place ever since I first saw its dome rising among other buildings in Foggy Bottom. Back then, it still belonged to the Navy and I […]

via Navigation, Astronomy, and Time — arlingwords

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Astronomy

Originally posted on quiet city: You’ve got to step outside this planet – View it for a change, From the scenic views outside; End short-term-rebellions Cause everybody dies sooner than we’d like anyway. Let’s build something with our hands That won’t be tossed aside And stop slamming our doors to homes When…

via Astronomy — Pratistha Sarma

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Beginning with Babylon, Astronomy

The ancients tracked the planet-dance with math and covered tablets thick with scrawls—this clay preserved through ages demonstrates a path of human knowledge rising to the day when heaven is brought close, in stars’ array of light and shadow, pattern: beauty known and not for what it gives (a way to pray, an edge in […]

via Beginning with Babylon, Astronomy — Graceful Press Poetry

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Bonestell Art and Hyperborean Astronomy

When I was a kid, I really liked the art of Chesley Bonestell. In particular, I loved the pictures of Saturn from its moons: That’s just awesome. When I started reading the background info from Astonishing Swordsmen & Sorcerers of Hyperborea, I liked to imagine Saturn/Kyranos huge in the sky, like in Bonestell’s art: So […]

via Bonestell Art and Hyperborean Astronomy — Mutants & Magic

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“Twinkle.”

In college, there were weekends when many in my dorm would venture out to the lake near the university for a keg party. I reluctantly attended hoping to leave after an hour to return to my room to study some world history. It was a warm evening when I met a beautiful girl named Saundra, […]

via “Twinkle.” — Nomadic Adventurer

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Friday Fictioneers : Stars

Stars Young Steve was a dreamer, and stars occupied his dreams. He spent his pocket money on Telescopes and Star atlases and watched Astronomy programs on the families black and white television. Steve came back to earth, found his true love and fathered two amazing children while the earth continued to spin around the sun […]

via Friday Fictioneers : Stars — graham is just my name

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Why I Love Astronomy

“ You have planets and stars in your eyes. You have a perspective as wide as the universe. You have galaxies as your skin. You breathe poetry as you speak. Now, tell me, how can you not see that I am lucky just to look into your eyes, hear your thoughts, touch your skin and […]

via Why I Love Astronomy — Jada Devery

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Science needs Christianity to survive

Christians must realize that they need science in order to defeat atheism. But, what’s even more true is that science needs Christianity in order to survive. It has to be stated clearly that genuine and productive science cannot exist without Christianity. The historical truth is that science was born of Christianity. All of the great pioneers […]

via Science needs Christianity to survive — SixDay Science

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Astronomy Images.

I’m a keen amateur astronomer, I have a 127mm aperture 1500mm focal length Maksutov Cassegrain telescope on an EQ3 mount with dual axis tracking. Last year I upgraded my camera from a Samsung instamatic digital camera to a Nikon 3200 DSLR. I also purchased a few extras that would enable me to take prime focus […]

via Astronomy Images. — Kalon’s kaptures

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Astronomy Images.

I’m a keen amateur astronomer, I have a 127mm aperture 1500mm focal length Maksutov Cassegrain telescope on an EQ3 mount with dual axis tracking. Last year I upgraded my camera from a Samsung instamatic digital camera to a Nikon 3200 DSLR. I also purchased a few extras that would enable me to take prime focus […]

via Astronomy Images. — Kalon’s kaptures

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“Ancient Rock Astronomy”.

It is acknowledged that Australian Aboriginal culture is heavily spiritual and symbolic, but a rock engraving in a national park near Sydney suggests that the indigenous belief system represents a deep knowledge of the sky and the motion of the bodies within it. Scientists at Australia’s Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) have presented […]

via “Ancient Rock Astronomy”. — Old Guv Legends

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Mining Wilson’s “Black Astronomy” — Lit for Space

If I asked you to read a poem titled “Black Astronomy,” what would you think it was about? Recently I encountered a poem so titled. Published in 1930, the poem was new to me. So was the poet, John Minnich Wilson. I admit, coaxed on by present-day social and political tensions, I assumed the poem […]

via Mining Wilson’s “Black Astronomy” — Lit for Space

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IF astronomy THEN this book:

If you want to explore or learn astronomy, or if you are already well into it – this is the book you need: Never have I seen a book so packed with easily digestable facts. This book will make you level up twice in astronomy and reach a new level of general smartness. You can […]

via IF astronomy THEN this book: — Geir Isene – uncut

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Astronomy shown to be set in standing stone

University of Adelaide research has for the first time statistically proven that the earliest standing stone monuments of Britain, the great circles, were constructed specifically in line with the movements of the Sun and Moon, 5000 years ago. H/T ScienceDaily The research, published in the Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, details the use of innovative […]

via Astronomy shown to be set in standing stone — Tallbloke’s Talkshop

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Astronomy

You’ve got to step outside this planet – View it for a change, From the scenic views outside; End short-term-rebellions Cause everybody dies sooner than we’d like anyway. Let’s build something with our hands That won’t be tossed aside And stop slamming our doors to homes When we walk by in the […]

via Astronomy — quiet city

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The Moon and Mercury, 8/4/16

Mercury being that bright speck in the upper right. This is the first time that I’ve either seen or photographed Mercury in the evening sky. For an astronomy buff like me, that’s a pretty big deal. Mercury is a tough one to capture. Hope you’re all having a fine evening.

via The Moon and Mercury, 8/4/16 — Whatever

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Paul.E.Bailey’s World – The Article of Astronomical Proportions… — eddaz

Originally posted on Paul.E.Bailey’s World: Some time in my mid-twenties I developed a crazy obsession with astronomy. I mean I went nuts over it. Professor Brian Cox definitely had a lot to do with it. I can’t fully recall, but I think it was when Wonders of the Solar System first appeared…

via Paul.E.Bailey’s World – The Article of Astronomical Proportions… — eddaz

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All the water on earth…Astronomy Picture of the Day…this is scary… — Rethinking Life

http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/astropix.html

via All the water on earth…Astronomy Picture of the Day…this is scary… — Rethinking Life

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