NGC 1360

NGC 1360, also known as the Robin’s Egg Nebula, is a planetary nebula in the constellation of Fornax. It was identified as a planetary nebula due to its strong radiation in the OIII (oxygen) bands. Reddish matter, believed to have been ejected from the original star before its final collapse, is visible in images.

Credit: Adam Block

Denmark's Physical Age Throughout the Ages

Spain : England : Russia : America : Prussia : Liechtenstein



Born Around the Years 700 - 850

860 to 1000

Physically 3 - 8

1100 - 1360

Physically 9 - 13

1400 – 1814

Physically 14 - 17

1820 - 1950

Physically 18 - 20


21+ ( Basically looks the same )

( Halloween outfit )


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Medieval Ring Representing The Love Affair of The Duchess of Lancaster And John of Gaunt, Younger Brother of The Black Prince of Wales

This extremely rare gold and sapphire posy ring (c. 1360-1400 AD) was reputedly the property of Katherine Swynford, Duchess of Lancaster, a gift from her lover, John of Gaunt,  the third son of King Edward III and a member of the House of Plantagenet. It has an ornate blackletter ‘alas for fayte’ inscription to the inner face of the bezel. The sapphire appears to have originated in Kashmir, and is likely to have traveled to Europe across the Silk Road.

Read more about John, Katherine and the ring below and you can watch a video about it here.

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