FC BARCELONA IS LOOKING FOR TWO FANS TO ACCOMPANY THE TEAM ON THEIR TOUR TO THE UNITED STATES
If you defend the blaugrana colours no matter where you are, if you have a thirst for adventure and if you know someone like you… Don’t let anything stop you this summer! You could be chosen to travel with the players on their adventure to Los Angeles, San Francisco and Washington DC.
1) Select a travel partner and upload your video
To participate, you only have to publish a video in your preferred platform (YouTube, Dailymotion, Vimeo…) and let us know:
- Why you would like to travel with Barcelona?
- What plans you would be giving up for the trip?
- What are your hobbies?
THE VIDEO MUST BE MADE IN ENGLISH
2) Provide us with your phone number
This way we could inform you if you are the winner
3. Copy & Paste the link in the box below
DO THIS BEFORE YOU SEND IT: IMPORTANT!
- This video must be public. To do this, check the privacy settings of your account.
- The link must be directed to your video. Check if it works by pasting it in the tab of your browser.
* The participation period for the activity shall begin on 1 July 2015 and end on 7 July 2015. On the 8th of July 2015, all the videos received will be subject to assessment by FC Barcelona, who will select the ones they deem to be the most appropriate, by a jury of club personnel, based on the following criteria: creativity, originality, the participant’s charisma, etc.
This NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope picture shows a galaxy named SBS 1415+437 or SDSS CGB 12067.1, located about 45 million light-years from Earth. SBS 1415+437 is a Wolf–Rayet galaxy, a type of starbursting galaxy with an unusually high number of extremely hot and massive stars known as Wolf–Rayet stars.
These stars can be around 20 times as massive as the Sun, but seem to be on a mission to shed surplus mass as quickly as possible — they blast substantial winds of particles out into space, causing them to dwindle at a rapid rate.
These massive stars are also incredibly hot, with surface temperatures some 10 to 40 times that of the Sun, and very luminous, glowing at tens of thousands to several million times the brightness of the Sun.
Because these stars are so intense they do not last very long, burning up their fuel and blasting their bulk out into the cosmos on very short timescale ‒ only a few hundred thousand years. Because of this it is unusual to find more than a few of these stars per galaxy — except in Wolf–Rayet galaxies, like the one in this image.
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