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Serb, Japanese, Protoss, and Chinese blood.

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    12:32 am 22.04.13

  1. Earth is the best!

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    2:26 am 06.03.13

  3. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7i5bXu49lHs
It’s just a matter of how you look at it, that’s all.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7i5bXu49lHs

    It’s just a matter of how you look at it, that’s all.

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    8:34 pm 29.05.12

  5. The ISS crew can clearly see the border between India and Pakistan. Special surveillance lightning make the division between both countries look orange from space.
Source: NASA/Reuters

    The ISS crew can clearly see the border between India and Pakistan. Special surveillance lightning make the division between both countries look orange from space.

    Source: NASA/Reuters

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    4:59 am 04.05.12

  7. Astrophysicists have finally simulated an entire galaxy. It only took nine months of computing to do it, too!
We were talking about how spiral galaxies form the other day, and simulations like this are key to checking our understanding of the processes behind the Milky Way and others. Essentially, they take all the applicable laws of physics and astronomy, dump them in a computer, let it build a galaxy and see if it matches what we see in real life.
I’d say they did pretty well!
(via UCSC)

    Astrophysicists have finally simulated an entire galaxy. It only took nine months of computing to do it, too!

    We were talking about how spiral galaxies form the other day, and simulations like this are key to checking our understanding of the processes behind the Milky Way and others. Essentially, they take all the applicable laws of physics and astronomy, dump them in a computer, let it build a galaxy and see if it matches what we see in real life.

    I’d say they did pretty well!

    (via UCSC)

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    1:54 am 04.05.12

  9. Pluto holds big surprises for NASA probeWith NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft now speeding toward it, our understanding of the dwarf planet should transform even further.

    Pluto holds big surprises for NASA probe
    With NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft now speeding toward it, our understanding of the dwarf planet should transform even further.

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