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June 9th, 2018

Expanding Mind

Imagine that you are reborn into a world where everything is completely unknown to you. How would you react to the people, places and events that happen around you, and what would you say?

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Very Cool: Spacewalker Christina Koch works 256 miles above the Atlantic Ocean

(Credit: NASA Johnson)

Why Can Lavender Be Used to Repel Moths – The Chemistry of Lavender

(Credit: Compound Interest)

Beautiful: The Deriba caldera in Darfur, Sudan, which holds two lakes, pictured from the International Space Station as it orbited 260 miles above the Marrah Mountains

(Credit: NASA Johnson)

Wrapped in the gaseous remains of supernova explosions, NGC 1850 is a double star cluster in a neighboring galaxy, the Large Magellanic Cloud. A huge collection of stars near the center is accompanied by a smaller group (lower right).

(Credit: NASA, ESA, and Martino Romaniello)

N132D Imaged by Chandra's High Resolution Camera

N132D is the remnant of an exploded star in the Large Magellanic Cloud...

Credit: NASA/CXC/SAO

Apollo 13 Views of the Moon

This amazing video uses data gathered from the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter spacecraft to recreate some of the stunning views of the Moon that the Apollo 13 astronauts saw on their perilous journey around the far side in 1970

Credit: NASA Goddard

Stunning image of a small region on the edge of the inky Coalsack Nebula (Caldwell 99).

Caldwell 99 is a dark nebula — a dense cloud of interstellar dust that completely blocks out visible wavelengths of light from objects behind it.

Credit: NASA, ESA, R. Sahai, Gladys Kober

This gorgeous image of the globular cluster Caldwell 107 combines observations taken in visible, infrared, and ultraviolet light by Hubble’s Wide Field Camera 3 and its Advanced Camera for Surveys.

(Credits: NASA, ESA, G. Piotto, and A. Sarajedini, Processing: Gladys Kober)


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