orions view

FOLLOW ALL THE SCIENCE BLOGS! Masterpost: Part 2

[Updated 07/03/2014]

Hello everyone. This has been a little project of mine over the past few days 

I hope you all enjoy this listing, and share it around. Share all the science. :3

Disclaimer:

I will be editing this from time to time and I’ll keep a link to it on my blog so you can find it easily.

This is not meant to be a list of all science blogs on tumblr. Only all the ones I know about (which is still a lot but definitely not all). The blogs listed are all active as well (within the past few weeks).

If you are not on the list and want me to check out your blog, send me a message. I may or may not follow you

I categorized each blog by scientific field: 

Anthropology, Astronomy, Biology, Botany, Chemistry, Engineering/Technology, Environmental Science, General Science, Geography, Geology, Mathematics, Medical, Paleontology, Physics, Psychology and Zoology

The first post got too big, and I’ve had to split it into two posts.

Post #1 Contains the fields of Anthropology, Astronomy, Biology, Botany, Chemistry, Engineering/Technology and Environmental Science.

This post contains General Science, Geography, Geology, Mathematics, Medical, Paleontology, Physics, Psychology and Zoology.

If you’re not happy with the section I put you in, send me a message and I’ll make an edit. I had to make quick decisions on hundreds of blogs, I’m only human.

Its a LONG post, so it might be easier to just search for the field you’re interested in.

With that said, enjoy!

Keep reading

A view of Orion showing a stunning collection of recognisable structures. Left of centre, the Flame nebula and Horsehead nebula can be seen along with the three stars that make Orion’s Belt. In the top right is the Orion nebula itself and to its left is the Running Man nebula.

Topographical view: Orions belt aligned with the Giza pyramids of KMT/Egypt. This alignment wasn’t by accident. Our Ancestors had precise knowledge of astronomy and the star systems.

While waiting for Jupiter and Venus to rise I realized I could finally view The Orion Nebula. (Haven’t seen it since I was a kid, and now with my Infrared sensitive camera I could truly SEE it)

I captured 24 frames under a crescent moon before it got too bright out to image. This was the end result. This is the most beautiful deep sky object I have ever seen.