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8 Free Fonts inspired by Space + Astrology  Celestial / Virgo / Constellations / Zodiac / Taurus / Milky Way / Eclipse / Galactic

8 Free Fonts inspired by Space + Astrology Celestial / Virgo / Constellations / Zodiac / Taurus / Milky Way / Eclipse / Galactic

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Do you have a science or astronomy fan in your house? We do! And I love supporting the kiddo and her quest to learn more about the stars. Suddenly nothing is cooler than a movie or TV show set in space! Star Wars anyone? Dr. Who? She is in! Our families love of all things sci-fi, is what inspired today’s easy to make Galaxy shirt Tutorial!  So make this shirt – and boost your galactic swagger   Dr. Who or Star Wars fan approved!  ‪#‎ForceFriday‬ ‪#‎StarWarsEvent‬  ‪#‎Starwars

Do you have a science or astronomy fan in your house? We do! And I love supporting the kiddo and her quest to learn more about the stars. Suddenly nothing is cooler than a movie or TV show set in space! Star Wars anyone? Dr. Who? She is in! Our families love of all things sci-fi, is what inspired today’s easy to make Galaxy shirt Tutorial! So make this shirt – and boost your galactic swagger Dr. Who or Star Wars fan approved! ‪#‎ForceFriday‬ ‪#‎StarWarsEvent‬ ‪#‎Starwars

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The Andromeda Galaxy, M31, with dwarf satellite galaxies M32 and M110
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Have a school project or teaching planets and need a fun activity? Use an old CD and make a planet with a small ball! So easy and fun!
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From "Early Beast of Man" story by Marshall and Christine Hughey on Storify — http://storify.com/MarsChrisHughey/early-beast-of-man

From "Early Beast of Man" story by Marshall and Christine Hughey on Storify — http://storify.com/MarsChrisHughey/early-beast-of-man

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Filaments of gas and dust surround a neutron star, all that’s left after a supernova explosion. Decades before this observation was taken, this neutron star gave off a tremendous gamma ray burst measured by numerous satellites.

Filaments of gas and dust surround a neutron star, all that’s left after a supernova explosion. Decades before this observation was taken, this neutron star gave off a tremendous gamma ray burst measured by numerous satellites.

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