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Discussion in 'SHH Community Forum' started by Thread Manager, Mar 17, 2014.
And chances we and our little planet are also a statistic in some aliens calculations? t:
How in the world does a galaxy formation have the symmetry of a snail's shell?
This makes you think wether there is a hidden pattern by design in nature.
Truly mind bending stuff.
Or that this symmetry is the logical and most likely conclusion in nature.
The Golden Ratio is used in art, design and architecture all the time. It's a very pleasing ratio to the eye.
The Golden Ratio is not always applicable and is not the same as Fibonacci numbers although they are connected.
This Hubble's star explosion time-lapse video is real
No mere words can describe how awesome this is
NASA releases spectacular X-ray image of an entire spiral galaxy
The last two posts before mine are pure gold, awesome stuff
The 600,000 asteroids that we've discovered so far is one scary view
Well it is comforting knowing most aren't that big it still blows my mind that is only 1% and it is rather hard to detect these suckers
No human has seen tonight's full honey moon in almost 100 years
Go to the link to catch it live if conditions in your area aren't favorable
That looks like two glaxies in the process of colliding.
NASA found the anti-Sauron!
Space is just awesome
New beautiful photo reveals the violent birth of a star
A very amazing thing to behold
A giant dragon just emerged from the Sun
The Famous "Eye of God" Nebula May Actually Be Weeping Tears Of Water
It's astounding how much we learn about the universe every day
Happy 5th Anniversary, Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter!
There some really cool pics at the link
Elon Musk vows for 2026 manned Mars mission—wants self-sustaining city
THere is so much win and awesomeness with Elon it isn't even funny. This guy is what we need pushing us forward right now
Astronomy is one subject that I am truly passionate about, it's good to see others interested in it.
I've always been fascinated with Space and Astronomy ever since I was little. It's amazing how large this universe is and what could be lurking in it.
I often stare up into the stars at night and try to get a glimmer of just how large and amazing this universe is. When you think about the scope of it and how small we truly are in the grand scheme of things it is absolutely humbling
Carl Sagan: Pale Blue Dot
Love Carl, and Neil is the next generation!
First ever 360-degree time-lapse bends space and mind
NASA wants to send a quadcopter drone to Titan
Now that the tech is feasible this seems like the only way we should proceed