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Wormhole travel across the universe and supergiant black holes are just some of the wonders seen in the film 'Interstellar.'

Interstellar ... I Love Sci Fi

Wormhole travel across the universe and supergiant black holes are just some of the wonders seen in the film 'Interstellar.'

The Cost of Living on Mars [Infographic]

The Cost of Living on Mars [Infographic]

The-Cost-of-Living-on-Mars. Cost of space travel, shelter, food & water, communication

Scientists puzzled for decades as to why their equations did not explain the observed universe and why the infinitesimally small scale did not match the astronomically large universe ? Then then factored in Dark matter and it's polar opposite Dark energy and then computer simulations make sense BUT it's all theory, since Dark material cannot be observed but its effect on visible celestial bodies confirm their existence through billions of pieces of data extrapolated by astronomers number…

Scientists puzzled for decades as to why their equations did not explain the observed universe and why the infinitesimally small scale did not match the astronomically large universe ? Then then factored in Dark matter and it's polar opposite Dark energy and then computer simulations make sense BUT it's all theory, since Dark material cannot be observed but its effect on visible celestial bodies confirm their existence through billions of pieces of data extrapolated by astronomers number…

triangulo bermuda triangulo desol sistema solar no pase nada laosrtemplarios y enfrentem alos federales sigiminetos tierra aire ciudad calles pueblo urupan traingulo de vida cerro cima

triangulo bermuda triangulo desol sistema solar no pase nada laosrtemplarios y enfrentem alos federales sigiminetos tierra aire ciudad calles pueblo urupan traingulo de vida cerro cima

Every object in the solar system larger than 200 miles in diameter from largest to smallest, top to bottom.

Every object in the solar system larger than 200 miles in diameter from largest to smallest, top to bottom.

How big is the universe?   This infographic, designed by Number Sleuth, visualizes the size of the universe and its contents by allowing you to scroll down from the very largest known objects to the smallest and compare their relative sizes. Each row in the graphic represents a “level” and the blue funnel represents you zooming from one level to the next, going from larger to smaller.

How big is the universe? This infographic, designed by Number Sleuth, visualizes the size of the universe and its contents by allowing you to scroll down from the very largest known objects to the smallest and compare their relative sizes. Each row in the graphic represents a “level” and the blue funnel represents you zooming from one level to the next, going from larger to smaller.

Moons in our solar system: I recall when I was a kid, there were 32 moons in our solar system. The answer now (2013): 146 officially, with another 25 awaiting official recognition from the IAU. A list of all of them runs down the right side of the page while the bulk of the page looks at eight of the most notable moons in the solar system. A lot of fun to research and build and -- I hope -- to read. July 10, 2013.

Moons in our solar system: I recall when I was a kid, there were 32 moons in our solar system. The answer now (2013): 146 officially, with another 25 awaiting official recognition from the IAU. A list of all of them runs down the right side of the page while the bulk of the page looks at eight of the most notable moons in the solar system. A lot of fun to research and build and -- I hope -- to read. July 10, 2013.

A STAR'S BIRTH AND DEATH --- In this graphic discover what takes for a star to be born. By Jason Treat and Alexander Stegmaier. Published on March 2014

A STAR'S BIRTH AND DEATH --- In this graphic discover what takes for a star to be born. By Jason Treat and Alexander Stegmaier. Published on March 2014

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