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Do you think you’ll go to Space in your lifetime? ⠀ On November 6, 2015 UP Aerospace successfully executed a mission for NASA to deploy the Maraia Earth Return Capsule. ⠀ The mission reached an altitude of 75 miles above Spaceport America and landed

What are your thoughts on Black Holes?Digital Art by @cgcortex ⠀ A black hole is a region of spacetime exhibiting gravitational acceleration so strong that nothing—no particles or even electromagnetic radiation such as light—can escape from it. The t

Ever seen a swimming Feather Star!? ⭐️ ⠀ They swim along the currents by flapping their set of arms. Feather stars can be a variety of spectacular colors, from deep reds to vibrant oranges and electrifying yellows. Each arm can be up to a foot long.

Drone Lightning over the Famous Plane Wreck In Iceland 🇮🇸️ ⠀ Photo by @manfredteh ⠀ This aircraft crashed into Sólheimasandur on Wednesday, November 21st, 1973, at around 14:00. It was flying from Höfn in Iceland's east coast and onboard were seven c

These Baby Stingrays are magic! ⠀ Video by @nicolesnanoreef ⠀ The Sad News: Every day approximately 8 million pieces of plastic pollution find their way into our oceans. There may now be around 5.25 trillion macro and microplastic pieces floating in

Sunset on Earth and Mars! 🤯 ⠀ Sunsets on Earth have a red, orange or golden color because the sunlight passes through so much atmosphere as it comes over the horizon that all the blue light gets scattered away. ⠀ On Mars, while the sky is red during

Auroras on other planets Have you seen Auroras in real life? ⠀ Jupiter's aurora is a very powerful source of energy. It produces much more power (about a million MegaWatts) than the Earth's aurora (about 1000 MegaWatts). For comparison, a large city