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A Bouncing Ball in Diminishing Arcs, 1956-61 by Berenice Abbot: 'This shows the decrease of energy in a moving object. . . . The golf ball was rolled off a platform that was about six feet high, the relative size is very important here, and it headed towards a marble surface. I was well centered and the camera was low, almost on the floor... I didn't just use a strobe at the camera. This would have shown the effect but the balls would have looked flat.' via William Meyers, wsj and art.mit.edu

Baby Armadillo at Busch Gardens, Tampa Bay, FL: At birth, a three banded armadillo is the size of a golf ball, now at one month, the size of a tennis ball. by zooborns.com Thanks to @Nick Goodey! #Armadillo #zooborns

Face Development in the Womb - Inside the Human Body: Creation - BBC One #Face_Development #bbc

How does the Internet work? by worldscifest via itsoktobesmart #Internet #worldscifest #itsoktobesmart

How does the Internet work? by worldscifest via itsoktobesmart #Internet #worldscifest #itsoktobesmart

Rainbow Map of Asteroid Vesta by Nasa/JPL via Marke Brown, Wired UK: Taken by the Dawn spacecraft, this image shows the mineral composition of Vesta's southern hemisphere and supports the theory that Vesta is a protoplanet. (Colors were assigned by scientists. The black circle is data omitted due to the angle between Dawn, Vesta and the sun.)