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Taiyo Okamoto (@taiokamoto) Instagram Profile Photo

Taiyo Okamoto

J O N A H 🌳 (@pozojonah) Instagram Profile Photo

J O N A H 🌳

Наклейка "Космонавтик в космосе" Цена-30₽ Если вам больше нравиться вокруг немного с белыми полями то я могу так тоже делать. #cosmos #⭐️ #🌕 #🌚

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Space Cosmology Astronomy SCA

Quick Facts ✔ . ➡ The Sun Burns using a nuclear fusion process that combines Hydrogen into Helium and it can do it without Oxygen this Process is done within the Core of the Sun. . ➡ Technically the Sun does not Burn it actually Glows due to the size of the giant Gas ball. Nuclear Fusion takes place in the Suns Core. The sun will eventually use all it's Hydrogen and then will start to Fuse Helium and other Heavy Elements together until it uses all it's Fuel. . ➡ The Suns Helium Burning Process will start in the next 5 Billion year's. It will start to expand to the size of a red giant. As helium burning process is occurring it will expand to a point where it will consume Mercury, venus and Earth. Earth will most likely be orbiting in the hot gas of heavy elements and life will be decimated but Earth as a big rock should be still intact. . #cosmos

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Space Collectibles

Dione, Rings, Shadows, Saturn Image Credit: Cassini Imaging Team, SSI, JPL, ESA, NASA • • Follow @spacecollectibles for more! • Credits : @nasa @apod.nasa • What's happening in this strange juxtaposition of moon and planet? First and foremost, Saturn's moon Dione was captured here in a dramatic panorama by the robotic Cassini spacecraft currently orbiting the giant planet. The bright and cratered moon itself spans about 1100-km, with the large multi-ringed crater Evander visible on the lower right. Since the rings of Saturn are seen here nearly edge-on, they are directly visible only as a thin horizontal line that passes behind Dione. Arcing across the bottom of the image, however, are shadows of Saturn's rings, showing some of the rich texture that could not be seen directly. In the background, few cloud features are visible on Saturn. The featured image was taken during the last planned flyby of Dione by Cassini, as the spacecraft is scheduled to dive into Saturn's atmosphere during 2017. • #cosmos @nasa @nasaastromaterials @nasajohnson @nasakennedy @nasagoddard @nasa_marshall @nasa_langley @nasajpl

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Mother Nature really is an architect. #cosmos

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