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Marie Skłodowska Curie was a Polish and naturalized-French physicist and chemist who conducted pioneering research on radioactivity. She was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize, the first person and only woman to win twice, and the only person to win a Nobel Prize in two different sciences. From Wikipedia. Photo by Susan Marie Frontczak
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Marie Skłodowska Curie was a Polish and naturalized-French physicist and chemist who conducted pioneering research on radioactivity. She was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize, the first person and only woman to win twice, and the only person to win a Nobel Prize in two different sciences. From Wikipedia. Photo by Susan Marie Frontczak π π Make sure to follow us for more science related content Twitter, Linkedin, Facebook @scientocracyio Remember to make an account in www.scientocracy.network π π #mariecurie #radioactivity #nobelprize #genius #quotes #imagination #thoughtexperiment #cosmos #lifequotes #physicsequations #theoreticalphysics   #science #sciencememes #neildegrassetyson  #acceleratescience #stephenhawking  #quantumphysics  #blackhole #physicsforfun  #astrophysics   #relativity  #mathematics  #newton  #carlsagan #scienceisfun #scienceiscool #influscience #scicomm #chemistry #michiokaku ...

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Every second in this movie corresponds to 1 Jupiter day or about 10 Earth hours. 🌠
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This movie began as a 16-frame animation of Voyager 1 images of Jupiter.  Each of the 16 images was composed by Björn Jónsson from three Voyager frames taken through orange, green, and blue filters, which he reprojected into a cylindrical map, aligned, and then projected back into the slightly squashed spherical shape of Jupiter. (This reprojection step is necessary because around two minutes elapsed between each of the component images, which, because of Jupiter's fast rotation, would result in color ghosting if they were simply overlaid.) Jónsson selected sets of images featuring the Great Red Spot near the center of Jupiter's disk, one per Jupiter day, and reprojected them to maintain a constant position for the Spot.  By holding the GRS still he highlights the motions of the clouds that happen from Jupiter day to Jupiter day.
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Every second in this movie corresponds to 1 Jupiter day or about 10 Earth hours. 🌠 . This movie began as a 16-frame animation of Voyager 1 images of Jupiter. Each of the 16 images was composed by Björn Jónsson from three Voyager frames taken through orange, green, and blue filters, which he reprojected into a cylindrical map, aligned, and then projected back into the slightly squashed spherical shape of Jupiter. (This reprojection step is necessary because around two minutes elapsed between each of the component images, which, because of Jupiter's fast rotation, would result in color ghosting if they were simply overlaid.) Jónsson selected sets of images featuring the Great Red Spot near the center of Jupiter's disk, one per Jupiter day, and reprojected them to maintain a constant position for the Spot. By holding the GRS still he highlights the motions of the clouds that happen from Jupiter day to Jupiter day. . Ian Regan took Jónsson's 16-frame animation (representing 16 Jupiter days or about 7 Earth days) and "tweened" it, using software to compute frames to fill in the time between each of the original 16 images. The result is a smooth animation of the motion of Jupiter's clouds. . Jupiter may appear slightly "washed out." Jónsson has attempted to reconstruct Jupiter's color as it would actually appear to the human eye, without exaggerating the colors. However, it should be noted that the Voyager camera systems were not sensitive to light in red wavelengths (the longest wavelength they could detect is in a region we'd call "orange"). Since Jupiter is colorful in red wavelengths, attempting to produce "true color" images from Voyager data results in slightly less colorful views than we can see with modern CCDs or our own eyes. . Credit: NASA / JPL / Björn Jónsson / Ian Regan . . . 🌟 Follow @astronomusofficial for more . ▶️ Use #Astronomus in your captions to get featured ...

4 billion years from now, our galaxy, the Milky Way, will collide with our large spiraled neighbor, Andromeda.⠀
Currently, Andromeda and the Milky Way are about 2.5 million light-years apart. Fueled by gravity, the two galaxies are hurtling toward one another at 402,000 kilometers per hour. But even at that speed, they won’t meet for another four billion years. Then, the two galaxies will collide head-on and fly through one another, leaving gassy, starry tendrils in their wakes. For eons, the pair will continue to come together and fly apart, scrambling stars and redrawing constellations until eventually, after a billion or so years have passed, the two galaxies merge.⠀
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4 billion years from now, our galaxy, the Milky Way, will collide with our large spiraled neighbor, Andromeda.⠀ Currently, Andromeda and the Milky Way are about 2.5 million light-years apart. Fueled by gravity, the two galaxies are hurtling toward one another at 402,000 kilometers per hour. But even at that speed, they won’t meet for another four billion years. Then, the two galaxies will collide head-on and fly through one another, leaving gassy, starry tendrils in their wakes. For eons, the pair will continue to come together and fly apart, scrambling stars and redrawing constellations until eventually, after a billion or so years have passed, the two galaxies merge.⠀ ⠀ Simulation by: SaltyKanan (YT)⠀ ⠀ Reposting @galaxies ⠀ . Credits @spaceviral . 🚀 Follow @astronomusofficial for more ...

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This quote about Newton was once said by an American businessman, Bernard Baruch, who lived until 1965. As several millions of apples have fallen to the ground from the beginning of time, Newton was the first one who actually wondered why things fall. He began working within the area and came up with his famous three laws. These three laws are still the basics in our days, and they are some of the most important discoveries within science throughout history.

For me it clearly shows that it doesn’t matter how smart you are, or how much you know about science. To discover something new that no one has seen before, your curiosity is your best tool. I think that is why Newton was so successful. The picture I have of him is that he always wanted to discover new things, learn just a little bit more every day. He himself has said he was not much smarter then anyone else, he was just more eager to learn. I guess this is not the whole truth, of course he was very clever, but it still shows that you need more than brain to make it work.

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This quote about Newton was once said by an American businessman, Bernard Baruch, who lived until 1965. As several millions of apples have fallen to the ground from the beginning of time, Newton was the first one who actually wondered why things fall. He began working within the area and came up with his famous three laws. These three laws are still the basics in our days, and they are some of the most important discoveries within science throughout history. For me it clearly shows that it doesn’t matter how smart you are, or how much you know about science. To discover something new that no one has seen before, your curiosity is your best tool. I think that is why Newton was so successful. The picture I have of him is that he always wanted to discover new things, learn just a little bit more every day. He himself has said he was not much smarter then anyone else, he was just more eager to learn. I guess this is not the whole truth, of course he was very clever, but it still shows that you need more than brain to make it work. Follow:@seeker_of_the_cosmos to feed your curiosity about the cosmos! ...

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When someone asked me what I do as a job, besides Ubering, I say often, “ I talk to people.” I don’t have an office or a place where I can give my talks. After being a successful private chef I allowed life to unfold and today I focused on self education and self enlightenment, so while I uber I have most of the time a honest conversation George Carlin or Christopher Hitchens style with a touch of Carl Sagan. Thank you wonderful passengers without you I wouldn’t be able to write this note 📝 #italian #artist#painter#philosopher #hiker#traveler#extraterrestrial#lover#blogger#streets_storytelling #storyteller #visionary #uberdriver #happy#joyful#peace#love#kindness #la#california#peace#yoga#science#carlsagan#georgecarlin #christopherhitchens #masaruemoto.

When someone asked me what I do as a job, besides Ubering, I say often, “ I talk to people.” I don’t have an office or a place where I can give my talks. After being a successful private chef I allowed life to unfold and today I focused on self education and self enlightenment, so while I uber I have most of the time a honest conversation George Carlin or Christopher Hitchens style with a touch of Carl Sagan. Thank you wonderful passengers without you I wouldn’t be able to write this note 📝 #italian #artist #painter #philosopher #hiker #traveler #extraterrestrial #lover #blogger #streets_storytelling #storyteller #visionary #uberdriver #happy #joyful #peace #love #kindness #la #california #peace #yoga #science #carlsagan #georgecarlin #christopherhitchens #masaruemoto ...

A New Window on Alien Atmospheres

The JamesWebbSpaceTelescope, originally intended for scanning the outer reaches of the cosmos, is now expected to break new ground exploring exoplanets.

James Webb Space Telescope 
Launch date March 30, 2021
Nasa's James Webb Space Telescope will replace the Hubble Telescope.
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A New Window on Alien Atmospheres The JamesWebbSpaceTelescope, originally intended for scanning the outer reaches of the cosmos, is now expected to break new ground exploring exoplanets. James Webb Space Telescope Launch date March 30, 2021 Nasa's James Webb Space Telescope will replace the Hubble Telescope. Courtesy @nasa Follow @_.astroboy_ #spacetime #elonmusk #spacex #scientist #nasa #nikolatesla #space #astronomy #universe #cosmos #rocket #hubble #galaxy #stars #milkyway #aliens #science #blackhole #wormhole #cosmology #astrophysics #interstellar #quantumphysics #alberteinstein #sun #mars #physics #carlsagan #stephenhawking #multiverse ...

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