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Fibonacci pattern in nature:  The Milky Way has several spiral arms, each a logarithmic spiral of 12 degrees.  Contrary to Newtonian physics, the stars on the outside move at a higher velocity than expected, a unique trait of the cosmos that helps the cosmos preserve its shape.

Fibonacci pattern in nature: The Milky Way has several spiral arms, each a…

15 Uncanny Examples of the Golden Ratio in Nature

15 Uncanny Examples of the Golden Ratio in Nature

Symphony of Science - MONSTERS OF THE COSMOS, Black Holes (Spanish subtitles) - [AUTO-TUNED]

combines science videos with music to create new and novel ways to learn science concepts. The videos are from well known scientists like Carl Sagan and Bill Nye and the content shared ranges from dinosaurs, to astronomy, to global warming

The Fireworks Galaxy (NGC 6946) - NASA Spitzer Space Telescope

Fireworks Galaxy: NASA/JPL-Caltech/R. Kennicutt (U. of Ariz. of Astr. of Cambridge) and the SINGS Team-NGC or "The Fireworks Galaxy," is a neighbor of our Milky Way galaxy. It is located approximately 10 million light-years away in Cepheus.

I'm not so sure whether it is a painting or picture

Jav I "Space Storm." Nebula, s=Stars, Cosmos, Fractals

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Draw the Golden Spiral

How to Draw the Golden Spiral: 11 steps (with pictures) - wikiHow: Commonly found in nature, the well-known shape known as the golden spiral is unique in that it's made using the elements of the Fibonacci sequence.

A dying star

A Dying Star - Six hundred and fifty light-years away in the constellation Aquarius. In death, it is spewing out massive amounts of hot gas and intense ultraviolet radiation, creating a spectacular object called a "planetary nebula.

The Milky Way Galaxy

THE GALAXY - Milky Way | Space | Time | Stars | Science | Planets Art Print

Our entire solar system in this little dot of the Milky Way galaxy. There are around stars in the Milky Way galaxy alone. Each star having possibly one or more planets in orbit. It kind of makes me think of how insugnificant the earth is to the galaxy.

The Earth At Night - photos by NASA. See the video here http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded=Q3YYwIsMHzw#!. Check out that cool T-Shirt here:  https://www.sunfrog.com/Earth-day-T-Shirt-hoodie-Black-Guys.html?53507

Nasa Images of earth. I think it looks really nice with the lights showing. It is a great contrast to the dark sky.