Newsletter No. 55
Discover the Earth from a cosmic perspective
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Scientists successfully grow plants in moon soil for the first time, though the plants weren’t happy about it. 🔗 Link
The Great Barrier Reef is doing it tough… again. Most of the coral studied this year showed some level of bleaching from above average water temperatures. 🔗 Link
Scientists have obtained the first image of Sagittarius A*, the black hole at the heart of our Galaxy. This is the second black hole that humans imaged, the first being M87 in a neighbouring galaxy. 🔗 Link
Flying over the Colorado River
Posted by 911Dougm
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The pelican nebula (IC5070) I took last fall
Posted by Cobra
Also the moon from like 2 hours ago
Posted by Cobra
Had the opportunity to shoot at this interesting location last year. It was difficult trying to pick out compositions with a long lens but I reckon this was the best I got out of it.
This week, take your problems to the moss. It probably won’t have great advice, but at least you’ll be surrounded by moss.
@SwampAdvice on Twitter, Tweets From Swamp Witch Advice
[Baruch Spinoza, the 17th Century Dutch philosopher and figure of the Enlightenment] accomplished the greatest possible upward revaluation of nature: he declared that God and nature are one and the same…
God = Nature. The two terms of the equation can of course be reversed: Nature is God. Here is the first cause of all existence, including thought. The more we know of the phenomena of nature, the more we know of God.
Ulrich Grober, Sustainability