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Der südliche Zipfel der Phlegra Montes: Weiß und rot sind die höchsten Erhebungen des Gebirgmassivs eingefärbt, grün die niedriger gelegenen Regionen. Forscher vermuten, dass die Gebirgskette vor Jahrmillionen vergletschert war... Die Rotationsachse des Mars veränderte sich über die Jahrmillionen deutlich. Dadurch war auch das Klima im Laufe der Zeit von Ort zu Ort extremen Schwankungen unterworfen.

Mars Express images help decipher the geological history of the Red Planet By Chris Wood New images taken by the ESA’s Mars Express orbiter have provided a fresh look at a region believed to be hiding large volumes of water ice just beneath the surface.

"Under Our Starlight Canopy" by ChrisWoodRocks on SoundCloud.  Original poem by Chris Wood  ♥ ♥ www.paintingyouwithwords.com

Would love to know what nebula this is. This is a color-enhanced, flipped version of a portion of the Orion Nebula showing baby star formation.

The mystery duck has a much smaller bill than this female Northern Shoveler (at right), photographed by Chris Wood.

Simple Steps for Identifying Confusing Brown Ducks—Females and Otherwise

The mystery duck has a much smaller bill than this female Northern Shoveler (at right), photographed by Chris Wood.

VLT’s MUSE sheds light on distant galactic crash By Chris Wood 11/10/14 A composite view of ESO 137-001, using both NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope and Change X-Ray Observatory imagery (Image: NASA, ESA, CXC)

Stripping ESO : Spiral galaxy ESO hurtles through massive galaxy cluster Abell 3627 some 220 million light years away. The distant galaxy is seen in this colorful Hubble/Chandra.

Subaru Telescope's HSC captures the Andromeda galaxy in spectacular detail By Chris Wood August 1, 2013 HSC's image of the neighboring Andromeda galaxy (Image: HSC Project/NAOJ)

This new portrait of the Andromeda Galaxy, or was taken with the Subaru Telescope's new high-resolution imaging camera, the Hyper-Suprime Cam (HSC). Image released July [Read the Full Story]

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Very Large Telescope solves magnetar mystery By Chris Wood May 16, 2014 The Westerlund star cluster as taken by the Wide Field Imager on the MPG/ESO 2.2-meter telescope at ESO’s La Silla Observatory in Chile

The star cluster Westerlund 1 and the positions of the magnetar and its probable former companion star

Herschel space observatory detects some of the youngest stars ever seen By Chris Wood March 20, 2013 Protostars emerge from clouds of dust and gas such as the distant Lupus 3 (pictured) (imag...

A dark cloud where new stars are forming along with a cluster of brilliant stars that have already emerged from their dusty stellar nursery. This formation is known as Lupus 3 and is about 600 light-years from Earth in the constellation of Scorpius.

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This photo of the Sun rising over the ocean was taken by NASA astronaut Reid Wiseman from the International Space Station this week.

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Astrophotographer Chris Cook took a self-portrait under the night sky over Nobska Lighthouse at Woods Hole, Massachusetts,

Tulip Nubela

Tulip Nebula - I'm pinning this for the picture. The article says we are made of star stuff. That sounds nice and poetic, but it doesn't give you any meaning, unfortunately. Star stuff doesn't care about you.

"Man is manifestly not the measure of all things. This universe is shot through with mystery. The very fact of its being, and of our own, is a mystery absolute, and the only miracle worthy of the name."  — Sam Harris

Man is manifestly not the measure of all things. This universe is shot through with mystery. The very fact of its being, and of our own, is a mystery absolute, and the only miracle worthy of the name. — Sam Harris God spoke and there was light!

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