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67P, o cometa que ‘sua’ dois copos de água a cada segundo que passa

67P, o cometa que ‘sua’ dois copos de água a cada segundo que passa

If other planets were in the place of the moon.

If planets were in the place of the moon…

Carl Sagan... I want to be inside this mans brain  . I always take a step back and look at this, never fails, #mindblown

Carl Sagan... I want to be inside this mans brain . I always take a step back and look at this, never fails, #mindblown

You think you've had a long year... Just think of Pluto @celina Barbosa when the school year feels long.

That took a long time…

You think you've had a long year... Just think of Pluto @celina Barbosa when the school year feels long.

Birthing a Solar Age - Elon Musk, Michael Osborne, Roger Duncan, Skip Pruss, Chris Hayes, Paul Gipe, Jeremy Rifkin, ...

Birthing a Solar Age - Elon Musk, Michael Osborne, Roger Duncan, Skip Pruss, Chris Hayes, Paul Gipe, Jeremy Rifkin, ...

The Night Sky in 2014: 11 Must-See Celestial Events (Infographic) By Jennifer Lawinski, Social Media Contributor

The Night Sky in 2014: 11 Must-See Celestial Events (Infographic) By Jennifer Lawinski, Social Media Contributor

NASA’s MAVEN Mars Orbiter is “ideally” instrumented to uniquely “map the composition of Comet Siding Spring” in great detail when it streaks past the Red Planet during an extremely close flyby on Oct. 19, 2014 - thereby providing a totally “unexpected science opportunity … and a before and after look at Mars atmosphere,” Prof. Bruce…

NASA’s MAVEN Mars Orbiter is “ideally” instrumented to uniquely “map the composition of Comet Siding Spring” in great detail when it streaks past the Red Planet during an extremely close flyby on Oct. 19, 2014 - thereby providing a totally “unexpected science opportunity … and a before and after look at Mars atmosphere,” Prof. Bruce…

Eris and its moon Dysnomia. This is the best available image of Eris (Hubble Space Telescope), Despite lack of detail, astronomers can observe Eris's moon, which is important. It means that we have an accurate value for Eris's mass, as the mass of an object is calculated through its gravitational influence on other bodies. [Credit: NASA, ESA, M Brown (Cal Tech]. ©Mona Evans, "Eris and Pluto - They're not Twins" http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art56976.asp

Eris and its moon Dysnomia. This is the best available image of Eris (Hubble Space Telescope), Despite lack of detail, astronomers can observe Eris's moon, which is important. It means that we have an accurate value for Eris's mass, as the mass of an object is calculated through its gravitational influence on other bodies. [Credit: NASA, ESA, M Brown (Cal Tech]. ©Mona Evans, "Eris and Pluto - They're not Twins" http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art56976.asp

ScienceCasts: NASA on the Lookout for a New Meteor Shower on May 5, 2014 Sky watchers in North America could witness a new meteor shower on May 24th when, for the first time, Earth passes through a cloud of dust from periodic comet 209P/LINEAR.

ScienceCasts: NASA on the Lookout for a New Meteor Shower on May 5, 2014 Sky watchers in North America could witness a new meteor shower on May 24th when, for the first time, Earth passes through a cloud of dust from periodic comet 209P/LINEAR.

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