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New Horizons was about 3.7 million miles (6 million kilometers) from Pluto and Charon when it snapped this portrait late on July 8, 2015. Color information obtained earlier in the mission from the Ralph instrument has been added.
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Pluto Poses With Largest Moon in Cosmic Family Photo | TIME
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NASA mission brings Pluto into sharp focus – but it's still not a planet
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New Horizons Image Gallery | NASA - PLUTO and CHARON from the New Horizons spacecraft - 37 days left of a 10 year journey!
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NASA's Cassini catches sunlight glinting off the oceans of Saturn's moon
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Sunny Seas Sparkle on Saturn's Moon Titan .For the first time, NASA's Cassini spacecraft captured sunlight glinting off both of Titan's northern polar seas. The glow is usually difficult to see because a haze of liquid methane clouds fills Titan’s atmosphere. Although similar sparkle has been captured on the seas individually, this is the first time it has been spotted in both in a single image.
Cassini sees sunny seas on Titan. This near-infrared, color mosaic from NASA's Cassini spacecraft shows the sun glinting off of Titan's north polar seas. The view was acquired during Cassini's August 21, 2014, flyby of Titan, also referred to as "T104" by the Cassini team. The view contains real color information, although it is not the natural color the human eye would see. The unaided human eye would see nothing but haze. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/University of Arizona/University of Idaho
"Bromids show in the iris as white or yellowish white discolorations. They appear in the form of a crescent in the upper regions of the iris, indicating that the drug exhibits a special affinity for the brain and sympathetic nervous system. (Color plate, a-e, p. 116.) The more strongly marked this sign in the iris the more symptoms of chronic bromism will be exhibited by the patient. A very noticeable symptom of chronic bromid poisoning is a peculiar acne form rash."
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No info on this - looks like a chart for variations on the human eye, or perhaps surfaces of alien moons.
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Iridology is an alternative medicine technique whose proponents claim that patterns, colors, and other characteristics of the iris can be examined to determine information about a patient's systemic health.
The radar images suggest it was a biological storm rather than a meteorological one, scientists say.
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Weather radar shows a swarm of Monarch butterflies flying at 5000 feet elevation near St. Louis 09/19/2014.
A Strange Cloud Over St. Louis Turns Out to Be an Enormous Swarm of Butterflies. Late last week, meteorologists in St. Louis noticed a cloud acting peculiarly: It was beating a path toward Mexico while changing into a variety of odd shapes... After analyzing the reflections, the National Weather Service concluded they showed an immense swarm of Monarch butterflies migrating to their winter home in the Mexican mountains
Laniakea and Perseus-Pisces supercluster
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The supercluster of galaxies Laniakea and the adjoining one Perseus-Pisces.
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This combination of three wavelengths of light from NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory shows one of the multiple jets that led to a series of slow coronal puffs on Jan. 17, 2013. The light has been colorized in red, green and blue.
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This psychedelic-looking composite image of the sun taken by NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory (Little SDO) shows a series of significant solar eruptions that occurred over a period of three days in January of 2013. The photo was created using three wavelengths of light that have been colorized in red, green, and blue to better show the dynamics of each eruption.
Image info: This combination of three wavelengths of light from NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory shows one of the multiple jets that led to a series of slow coronal puffs on January 17, 2013. The light has been colorized in red, green and blue. Credit: NASA SDOAmazing Solar Flare Eruptions Captured by NASAs Solar Dynamics Observatory
NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory released this beautiful, painterly image of the Sun. In this photo, NASA's sun-gazing spacecraft spotted an unusual series of eruptions, forced by fast "puffs" from the Sun's outermost atmosphere (the corona), to interplanetary space. Starting on January 17, 2013, the puffs took place about once every three hours, then, after 12 hours, larger eruptions occurred. (Published June 2014)
Spiral galaxy ESO 137-001 is ramming through the Norma galaxy cluster so hard it's spilling its guts out, leaving bright blue streaks of its own gases behind.
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Hubble Finds Life is Too Fast, Too Furious for This Runaway Galaxy The spiral galaxy ESO 137-001 looks like a dandelion caught in a breeze in this new Hubble Space Telescope image. The galaxy is zooming toward the upper right of this image, in between other galaxies in the Norma cluster located over 200 million light-years away.
Scratching the surface: The mineral carnallite, a hydrated potassium magnesium chloride, decorates the empty tunnels under Yekaterinburg
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Scratching the surface: The mineral carnallite, a hydrated potassium magnesium chloride, decorates the empty tunnels under Yekaterinburg in abandoned Russian salt mines.
Who knew abandoned salt mines could get so… groovy. Deep beneath the Russian city of Yekatinberg, there exists miles and miles of abandoned mines that will make you believe you’re on a trip. A different kind of trip, if you know what I mean. The following images show the salt mines’ psychedelic patterns embedded on its walls, giving you Mother Nature’s brand of rave.
Abandoned Salt Mine Photo: Mikhail Mishainik / Caters News via DailyMail Abandoned Mines Beneath Yekaterinburg (Russia) Nope, you’re not day dreaming, these incredible salt caves do exist. Underneath the city of Yekaterinburg lies the most colorful cave caused by the natural layers of carnallite.
The Most Psychedelic Salt Mine You'll Ever See - - - - In Russia, near the border of Europe and Asia, are salt caves with amazing psychedelic-looking patterns on their walls. Colors are shaped into mind-bending designs that cover the surfaces, leaving visitors in awe of their beauty.
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Now, a new study from Finland suggests connections between emotions and body parts may be standard across cultures.
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(TruthSeekerDaily) In a new study, Finnish researchers found a way to map the way feelings affect the human body. The findings, published in in the Proceedings of the National Academies of Sciences, reveals how emotions are more than mental states. Using data collected from 773 participants, researchers connected emotions with which areas in the body…
Photo: Bodily topography of basic (Upper) and nonbasic (Lower) emotions associated with words. The body maps show regions whose activation increased (warm colors) or decreased (cool colors) when feeling each emotion. (P < 0.05 FDR corrected; t > 1.94). The color bar indicates the t-statistic range. Love makes us warm all over, and now scientists are creating body maps to prove it. A team of scientists in Finland has used a topographical self-reported method to reveal the effects that different emotional states have on bodily sensations. After five experiments and over 700 participants from Finland, Sweden and Taiwan, who reported where on their bodies they felt different emotions, the scientists discovered surprising consistencies. Their research findings were published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences:
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In the past few years many scientists and researchers around the world have been studying how emotional state and our energetic body cause health or disease. The way we connect emotionally with others or to our overall wellness and wellbeing may indeed be more relevant than any exercise, medical treatment, supplements or food. The physiological sensations we experience, depending on whether we are angry, scared or happy, are actually located in different areas of the body. The simplest example that each one of us has experienced is shame and the felling of our cheeks getting warmer and becoming pink or our ears –red. That shows that the feeling of shame is evoking energy, connected with the facial muscles of our body. Our emotions coordinate the behavior and the physiological states during pleasurable interactions or when we get interviewed for a job. Even though we are often consciously aware, the mechanisms giving rise to these subjective sensations, like happiness and anger, still remain largely unresolved. The first research that has mapped the areas of our body which are experiencing an increase or decrease in sensory activity when we experience a particular emotion has been done by a team of Finnish scientists. This map was compiled following a study of 700 Taiwanese, Finnish and Swedish volunteers. The resulting map shows that each type of emotion activates a network of specific areas of the body, distinct from those activated by other types of emotions. Every type of emotion carries a unique energy and a different frequency of vibrations in the body. All cells, membranes, tissues, glands, organs, vibrate in precise way in us and they are all influenced by our emotions. Across experiments, different emotions were consistently associated with statistically separable bodily sensation maps, which were concordant across West European and East Asian samples. Statistical classifiers distinguished emotion-specific activation maps accurately, confirming independence of topographies across emotions. This body map shows the exact location of the energy burst, depending on the emotion we are experiencing in the moment. As you may felt, happiness is the most significant emotion that is forcing our entire body to respond, as the study shows, and the main areas are the face and the chest. The second strongest emotion we experience, daily I hope, is Love and as you can see, three areas are activated – the chest, the face and the lower abdomen often connected with the butterflies. On the other side, on disgust, it activates the body areas which are mainly concentrated around the mouth and the throat. Anger is mainly active in the chest and the lower part of the face, also arms with particular intensity on the hands. The body map lists the areas that are home to a decrease in sensory activity, as well as the areas in which the people experienced increased sensory activity when emotion is felt. Thus, we notice that the emotions with depression have the effect of generating a feeling of decline in sensory activity in the legs and arms. The research show a remarkable consistency in results, suggesting that the mechanisms underlying bodily sensations that we perceive when we experience a particular emotion are likely dictated by the energetic patterns and biology rather than the culture. The researchers proposed that emotions represented in the somatosensory system are culturally universal categorical somatotopic maps. Perception of these emotion-triggered bodily changes may play a key role in generating consciously felt emotions. The participants in the research were first asked to watch video sequences associated with different emotions and identify parts of their body where they felt an increase or decrease of bodily sensations. They used a topographical, self-report tool, to reveal that different emotional experiences are associated with topographically distinct and culturally universal bodily sensations and that these sensations could underlie conscious emotional experiences. Monitoring the topography of these bodily sensations brings forth a special tool for emotion research and could even provide a biomarker for emotional disorders. This work was published in the journal Proceedings of The National Academy of Sciences on December 31, 2013, under the title “Bodily maps of emotions” FROM THE WEB Comments
Emotional Body Atlas A new study has attempted to create a physiological map highlighting areas of the body where there is activity during various emotional states - via Discovery Magazine: More than 700 participants in Finland, Sweden and Taiwan participated in experiments aimed at mapping their bodily sensations in connection with specific emotions. Participants viewed emotion-laden words, videos, facial expressions and stories. They then self-reported areas of their bodies that felt different than before they’d viewed the material. By coloring in two computer-generated silhouettes — one to note areas of increased bodily sensation and the second to mark areas of decreased sensation — participants were able to provide researchers with a broad base of data showing both positive and negative bodily responses to different emotions. Researchers found statistically discrete areas for each emotion tested, such as happiness, contempt and love, that were consistent regardless of respondents’ nationality. Afterward, researchers applied controls to reduce the risk that participants may have been biased by sensation-specific phrases common to many languages (such as the English “cold feet” as a metaphor for fear, reluctance or hesitation). More Here
Christmas Island: Annually the Christmas Island crabs take an epic trek from rain forest to coast to mate. A month later their surviving babies (5 millimeters long) crawl onto shore and begin climbing inland.
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Annual red crab migration on Australia's Christmas Island
Red crab migration. The Christmas Island red crab, is a species of land crab that is endemic to Christmas Island and the Cocos (Keeling) Islands in the Indian Ocean.
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The Annual Red Crab Migration - Animal migration is always a breathtaking sight to behold, and this event is no exception.
My dad taught me about these when I was a child. From previous pinner: Not every cloud has a silver lining; this multi-coloured cloud looks as if a rainbow has formed high in the heavens. The phenomenom - called a sundog - happens when ice crystals appear in clouds and refract the sun's rays. Photographer Robert Arn captured the cloud in Heyworth, Illinois, America. Picture: Robert Arn/solent
"Not every cloud has a silver lining; this multi-coloured cloud looks as if a rainbow has formed high in the heavens. The phenomenon – called a sundog – happens when ice crystals appear in clouds and refract the sun’s rays. Photographer Robert Arn captured the cloud in Heyworth, Illinois, America."
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My dad taught me about these when I was a child. From previous pinner: Not every cloud has a silver lining; this multi-coloured cloud looks as if a rainbow has formed high in the heavens. The phenomenom - called a sundog - happens when ice crystals appear in clouds and refract the sun's rays. Photographer Robert Arn captured the cloud in Heyworth, Illinois, America...
a pair of Google researchers visualized the wind patterns throughout the United States.
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Google Wind Map.
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Cosmonauts onboard space station Mir photographed the Moon's shadow on Earth during the August 11, 1999, total solar eclipse
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Solar Eclipse of 2012 May 20.This is a photo from outer space
Here is what the Earth looks like during a solar eclipse. The shadow of the Moon can be seen darkening part of Earth. This shadow moves across the Earth at nearly 2000 kilometers per hour. Only observers near the center of the dark circle see a total solar eclipse - others see a partial eclipse where only part of the Sun appears blocked by the Moon. This spectacular picture of the 1999 August 11 solar eclipse was one of the last ever taken from the Mir space station, as Mir is being decommissioned after more than ten years of productive use.
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Here’s why Iceland is one of the most amazing places on Earth: It is the only spot where a mid-ocean ridge can be seen above water. Check the interactive map on on CartoDB.com.
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