Looker it's not your fault, also I wanna see how it's going for Kartana
Kartana wobbles after Moon thaws it out and takes off in the air in a sharp dive at the portal. However it wavers, looking back at the trainers with uncertainty. Anabel and PSY4 both reach for their Pokeballs cautiously from around the cover of a storage cube.
“…I think it really is reconsidering! Wonder what the fluttering around it’s face indicates…”
“Wait, it’s not glowing anymore? Is that normal?”
“Ultra Beasts have the Beast Boost ability triggered when they come out of the Ultra Wormhole and that is the source of the golden aura. Their ability does go back to a dormant state after a while.”
“Perhaps a stress response then? Hey does anyone have any paper, I’d really like to write this down…”
“Shouldn’t you be more concerned about those two squaring off against it?”
“I’m sure they’ll be fine. They’re both strong trainers.”
“(Far more concerning is the two conflicting Fallers here giving off their own energy…)”
Pluto has one large moon, Charon, and four smaller moons: Styx, Nix, Kerberos, and Hydra. Pluto and Charon actually orbit around each other because they are pretty similar in size. The four smaller moons spin wildly around the planetary system. Hydra, for example, rotates 89 times as it completes one trip around Pluto. T
he moons also wobble like “spinning tops,” thanks to the gravitational pulls of both Pluto and Charon. NASA thinks that the four wobbly moons are the results of mergers of two or more moons — meaning Pluto once had even more satellites than it does now.
The way the moon orbits around Saturn causes it to wobble, something called “libration”.
The problem? It’s not wobbling the right amount to make its orbit accountable. The moon wobbles twice as much as we expected, which means two things:
Mimas has a football-shaped core
Mimas has a subterranean liquid ocean
This is exciting. The number of places with liquid oceans (probable) has reached five. The number of places in the solar system we must search for alien life is growing rapidly. We may have just added another place to that list.
On April 29, NASA
released a series of images showing broad areas of light and dark
surface features on Pluto. A bright patch near the north pole was
described as “suspiciously suggestive of a polar cap.” These images have
been stabilized so Pluto remains centered, with a line showing the
orientation of the planet’s north pole. In reality, the gravity of the
large moon Charon makes Pluto wobble.
I was just wondering if you knew what episodes of Doctor Who feature Riversong, and also what order would they need to be viewed in to follow Rivers timeline (as opposed to the doctors timeline)? Any help would be appreciated! Thankies!
• Season 4: Silence in the Library, Forest of the Dead
• Season 5: The Time of Angels, Flesh and Stone, The Pandorica Opens, The Big Bang
• Season 6: The Impossible Astronaut, Day of the Moon, A Good Man Goes to War, Let’s Kill Hitler, Closing Time, The Wedding of River Song
• Season 7: The Angels Take Manhattan, The Name of the Doctor
• Season 9: The Husbands of River Song (Christmas special)
• A Good Man Goes to War
• The Impossible Astronaut/Day of the Moon
• Let’s Kill Hitler
• Closing Time
• The Wedding of River Song
• A Good Man Goes to War (Wibbly wobbly timey wimey)
• The Impossible Astronaut/Day of the Moon (once again, wibbly wobbly timey wimey stuff thanks Moffat)
• The Pandorica Opens/The Big Bang
• Time of the Angels/Flesh and Stone
• The Wedding of River Song (honestly this is why I hate the Moffat era)
• The Husbands of River Song
• Silence in the Library
• Forest of the Dead
• The Name of the Doctor
(If there’s any part of the timeline that anyone thinks I got wrong, let me know)