Structure of 'Baby Milky Way' Galaxy Seen for the First Time by Nola Taylor Redd, Space.com Contributor | February 03, 2014 | LiveScience Jorgenson and her team used the Keck Telescope in Hawaii to obtain the first spatially resolved images of these young, normal galaxies.
This key chain is inspired by my Five Deep Breaths practice, which invites you to pause and take five deep breaths with intention. As you breathe, relax your shoulders, notice how your breath moves in your body, try to let go of anything pulling on you, feel the space you create inside you, and let your mind rest in this space.
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NASA's Cassini spacecraft has capped 2013 with a spectacular new collection of Saturn photos showcasing the planet's beauty, as well with its trademark rings and strange moons. The newly released Saturn photos by Cassini include two views of Enceladus, Saturn's sixth-largest moon. Enceladus is a winter-appropriate ice world. Geysers at its poles shoot ice particles into space, some of which make it into orbit around Saturn. Some of this space "snow" becomes part of Saturn's E ring, Saturn's…