mucholderthen:

Moons of the Solar System

size comparison chart of [23 of the 173] moons in the Solar System 
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Dan Matutina)

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minim-calibre:

procyonvulpecula:

kailaetc:

Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson has an important message about proper attribution. 
(video by kailaetc | gif by alexstone)

I THOUGHT THIS WAS AN ADDED CAPTION BUT THEN I WENT TO THE VIDEO AND IT’S REAL
NEIL ACTUALLY SAID THIS
WHAT A TIME TO BE ALIVE

<3<3<3

minim-calibre:

procyonvulpecula:

kailaetc:

Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson has an important message about proper attribution. 

(video by kailaetc | gif by alexstone)

I THOUGHT THIS WAS AN ADDED CAPTION BUT THEN I WENT TO THE VIDEO AND IT’S REAL

NEIL ACTUALLY SAID THIS

WHAT A TIME TO BE ALIVE

<3<3<3

(Reblogged from scienceshenanigans)
We often forget that WE ARE NATURE. Nature is not something separate from us. So when we say that we have lost our connection to nature, we’ve lost our connection to ourselves.
Andy Goldsworthy (via divinespirit)

(Source: selenemooneffe)

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fuukc:

Sometimes everything is so beautiful and overwhelming that I can’t think at all

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So my friend has this idea

  • Kyle: time for a rewrite
  • Kyle: make it about a supernova
  • Kyle: an impending supernova
  • Kyle: "The Fault in Our Star"
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tigrismedve:

Rare metals - Bismuth (2x), Fluorite, Malachite, Azurite/Malachite, Pietrisite, Hafnium

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we-are-star-stuff:

s-c-i-guy:

The Elements According to Relative Abundance

Roughly, the size of an element’s own niche is proportioned to its abundance on Earth’s surface, and in addition, certain chemical similarities. 

source

This chart was published in 1976 so it’s obviously outdated and some of the proportions are way off. For example, Astatine (At) looks rather large despite the fact that is one of the rarest elements on Earth, with a total existing amount of less than one gram at any given time. Francium (Fr) is also extremely rare - there is at most one ounce in the Earth’s crust at any time - and yet it looks larger than Neodymium (Nd) which, although it belongs to the rare-earth metals, is not rare at all. Its abundance in the Earth’s crust is about 38 mg/kg, which is the second highest among rare-earth elements, following cerium.

But the idea is really cool!

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londonfrequency:

iampetershervheim:

rkidd:

d0esntmakesense:

This is probably the coolest GIF I’ve ever seen.

now there’s some perspective.

I once saw a storm roll like this once. It was beautiful.

It was sunny as my friend and I were walking to another friends house and I hear this roar, look over and it’s a hail storm coming right at us and within seconds we were running in it to get away.

londonfrequency:

iampetershervheim:

rkidd:

d0esntmakesense:

This is probably the coolest GIF I’ve ever seen.

now there’s some perspective.

I once saw a storm roll like this once. It was beautiful.

It was sunny as my friend and I were walking to another friends house and I hear this roar, look over and it’s a hail storm coming right at us and within seconds we were running in it to get away.

(Source: the-science-llama)

(Reblogged from slyish)

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

 monika horcicova 3D prints the wheel of life skeletal sculpture

made from 3D printed pieces, ‘the wheel of life’ by czechdesigner monika horcicova is a skeletal sculpture that is based on a symbol of infinity. the round structure refers to the repeated cycle of conception and death, with walking legs used to evoke the image of people in motion. the idea explores the fragility of human bones, which despite this are able to carry the weight of the whole human figure during its life. the plaster composite pieces were 3D printed and then placed in a form and casted in a polyurethane resin, the individual pieces were then assembled into a single object.

(Source: design)

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(Source: mono-chrome-lover)

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compoundchem:

Added a newer, poster friendly version of the Metal Ion Flame Test Colours graphic to the store today! You can view the original post here, which includes an explanation of the origin of the colours.

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jtotheizzoe:

mj-the-scientist:

Think like a proton in the nucleus of an atom. Always positive, though surrounded by apathy and negativity.
I love each and every one of you. You can do it, my little protons.


It’s a strong force, that holds us together.

jtotheizzoe:

mj-the-scientist:

Think like a proton in the nucleus of an atom. Always positive, though surrounded by apathy and negativity.

I love each and every one of you. You can do it, my little protons.

It’s a strong force, that holds us together.

(Source: asapscience)

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annieskywalker:

chroniclesofachemist:

scienceing:

cyclopentadiene:

Six hours of biochem and two whiteboards later…

so much science

urrggg

That is gorgeous

I looove thisss

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sci-universe:

"The sky calls to us. If we do not destroy ourselves, we will one day venture to the stars."

I made these to fit the Facebook cover photo size -  feel free to use them with the post’s link. Photo courtesy: ESA/NASA.

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