Two stars shine through the center of a ring of cascading dust in this image taken by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope. The star system is named DI Cha, and while only two stars are apparent, it is actually a quadruple system containing two sets of binary stars.
As this is a relatively young star system it is surrounded by dust. The young stars are molding the dust into a wispy wrap.
The host of this alluring interaction between dust and star is the Chamaeleon I dark cloud ‘” one of three such clouds that comprise a large star-forming region known as the Chamaeleon Complex. DI Cha’s juvenility is not remarkable within this region. In fact, the entire system is among not only the youngest but also the closest collections of newly formed stars to be found and so provides an ideal target for studies of star formation.
Image credit: ESA/Hubble andamp; NASA, Acknowledgement: Judy Schmidt
Text credit: European Space Agency
The third Angel sketch where you said to ignore your notes...Does it say, "My father died"???
“Chết cha" is an expression you say in Vietnamese when you screw up, it’s like “crap" or “bugger". It literally means “dead father" (or “father dies", I honestly dunno coz my language is weird). Basically that note means “oh bugger i drew his lips too big”, nothing important lol.
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De Schturm wo das erbärmliche chline Ding wo du läbe nensch vernichted
Du bisch tot, Chind, ich cha überall si, immer, und ich cha di uf siebe hundert wäg umbringe, nur mit mine blosse Händ. Ich bi nid nur usgäbig im waffeloose Kampf usbilded worde, ich ha au Zuegang zum ganze Waffelager vo de Schwiizer See Polizei und ich wirds voll und ganz usnütze um dis truurige arsch vo däm Kontinänt wäg z wüsche, du chliises Stück Scheisse. Wenn du nur gwüsst hätsch was für e unheiligi Folg din chline ‘gschiide’ Kommentar grad het, vilicht hätsch den dis Muul ghept
Aber du hesch es nid chönne, du hesch es nid gmacht, und jetzt zaalsch de Priis, du verdammte Löli.
Ich wird Wuet über din ganze Körper schisse, und du wirsch dra versuufe.
Du bisch tot, Chind.
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10. Water on Mars
With 210,000 likes, this image is a favorite on Instagram. New findings from our Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) provide the strongest evidence yet that liquid water flows intermittently on present-day Mars. Dark, narrow streaks on Martian slopes such as these at Hale Crater are inferred to be formed by seasonal flow of water on contemporary Mars. The streaks are roughly the length of a football field.
9. Smoke Ring for a Halo
With 210,000 likes, this image shined on Instagram. Two stars shine through the center of a ring of cascading dust in this image taken by the Hubble Space Telescope. The star system is named DI Cha, and while only two stars are apparent, it is actually a quadruple system containing two sets of binary stars. As this is a relatively young star system it is surrounded by dust.
8. Pluto’s Largest Moon, Charon
With 216,000 likes, a lot of people thought this image was interesting on Instagram. Our New Horizons spacecraft has returned the best color and the highest resolution images yet of Pluto’s largest moon, Charon - and these pictures show a surprisingly complex and violent history. This high-resolution enhanced color view of Charon was captured just before closest approach on July 14. The image combines blue, red and infrared images; the colors are processed to best highlight the variation of surface properties across Charon.
7. Veil Nebula
With 220,000 likes, many people favorited this imageon Instagram. This is the expanding remains of a massive star that exploded about 8,000 years ago. This view is a mosaic of six pictures from our Hubble Space Telescope of a small area roughly two light-years across, covering only a tiny fraction of the nebula’s vast structure. This close-up look unveils wisps of gas, which are all that remain of what was once a star 20 times more massive than our sun.
6. Messier 94 Galaxy
With 234,000 likes, this image is a favorite on Instagram. This image shows the galaxy Messier 94, which lies in the small northern constellation of the Hunting Dogs, about 16 million light-years away. Within the bright ring or starburst ring around Messier 94, new stars are forming at a high rate and many young, bright stars are present within it.
5. Solar ‘Pumpkin’
With 247,000 likes, many followers enjoyed this imageon Instagram. This photo was posted on Halloween and shows active regions on the sun combined to look something like a jack-o-lantern’s face. The image was captured by NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory in October 2014, which watches the sun at all times from its orbit in space.
With 286,000 likes, this image dazzled many of you on Instagram. Peering deep into the Milky Way’s crowded central hub of stars, researchers using our Hubble Space Telescope have uncovered for the first time a population of ancient white dwarfs – smoldering remnants of once-vibrant stars that inhabited the core. Finding these relics at last can yield clues to how our galaxy was built, long before Earth and our sun formed. This image is a small section of Hubble’s view of the dense collection of stars crammed together in the galactic bulge.
2. Super Blood Moon
With 310,000 likes, this image was very popular on Instagram. It shows the Super Blood Moon behind the Washington Monument on Sunday, Sept. 27, in Washington, DC. The combination of a supermoon and total lunar eclipse last occurred in 1982 and will not happen again until 2033.
With 363,000 likes, this image is one of our most popular pictures on Instagram. The dwarf planet sent a love note back to Earth via our New Horizons spacecraft, which traveled more than 9 years and 3+ billion miles. This was the last and most detailed image of Pluto sent to Earth before the moment of closest approach, which was at 7:49 a.m. EDT Tuesday, July 14 - about 7,750 miles above the surface – roughly the same distance from New York to Mumbai, India - making it the first-ever space mission to explore a world so far from Earth.
“Non sei il mio tipo, proprio come io non sono il tuo. Ma è proprio questo il motivo per cui andiamo bene l'uno per l'altra, siamo così diversi eppure uguali. Una volta mi hai detto che faccio uscire il peggio di te, beh, tu fai uscire il meglio di me. So che lo senti anche tu, Tessa. E sì, io non ho relazioni, fino a te. Tu mi fai voler avere una relazione, mi fai voler essere migliore. Voglio che pensi che ne valgo la pena, voglio che mi vuoi come io voglio te. Voglio litigare con te, anche urlarci contro finché uno di noi ammette cha ha sbagliato. Voglio farti ridere, e ascoltarti divagare sui romanzi classici, io.. ho bisogno di te e basta. So che a volte sono crudele.. beh, sempre, ma è solo perché non so come altro comportarmi. Questo sono stato io per così tanto, non ho mai voluto essere in nessun altro modo. Fino ad ora, fino a te.” La sua voce è quasi un sospiro e gli occhi sembrano selvaggi. Non è proprio da lui, ma il modo in cui le parole gli sono uscite in una fila affrettata e il respiro pesante che le ha accompagnate, in qualche modo, lo fa sembrare naturale. Sono interdetta.
Non so come sono ancora in piedi dopo la sua dichiarazione.