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image by Espacio Bio (@espaciobiodeco) with caption : "πŸ€ͺ Semana MΓ­a Pineda y como les digo siempre en #cv pase y en #sesiΓ³n βœ“ el exterior solo cambia cuando nosotros modificam" - 1848643687992916411
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πŸ€ͺ Semana MΓ­a Pineda y como les digo siempre en pase y en βœ“ el exterior solo cambia cuando nosotros modificamos. βœ”οΈ luz verde al amor. βœ”οΈTrabajo de espejo. βœ”οΈEntorno vibrando bonito. Nos vemos hoy en . Namaste ~ β€’ #cosmos

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Image by @nikkishappy with caption : "We gazed dreamily at the Milky Way and once in a while caught some shooting stars - Kalpana Chawla
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We gazed dreamily at the Milky Way and once in a while caught some shooting stars - Kalpana Chawla β€’ β€’ β€’ β€’ β€’ β€’ β€’ β€’ β€’ #cosmos

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the astronerd

image by the astronerd (@theastronerd) with caption : "Mother Earth 😒🌏 Save our planet
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Mother Earth 😒🌏 Save our planet . Looking at the current situation, Space exploration is the need of the hour but it would take time for humans to adapt to these extreme conditions. Our planet is our home. Let's save it πŸ‘‰ @astrogeekz For more follow us πŸ‘‰ @theastronerd #cosmos

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how scientific?

image by how scientific? (@howscientific) with caption : "You hear the word 'galaxy' and you imagine condensed beams of the light of billions of stars, but another type of galaxy" - 1848642399032971839
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You hear the word 'galaxy' and you imagine condensed beams of the light of billions of stars, but another type of galaxy is thought to exist with hardly any stars at all. Known as DARK GALAXIES, astronomers hypothesize that these hidden galaxies, barely detectable due to the lack of starlight within them, are scattered throughout the universe just waiting to be discovered. They are made up of primarily dark matter, hydrogen and dust. Whilst astronomers have identified many possible candidates for dark galaxy classification, upon further inspection many objects which astronomers think could be a dark galaxy candidate instead turn out to be a tidal gas cloud – which do not contain dark matter. Unlike our own Milky Way or Cygnus A, dark galaxies are not studded with billions of stars and are therefore very difficult to locate initially. Usually, astronomers can relatively accurately predict the number of stars within a galaxy by measuring tis dark-matter halo, which includes the visible and characteristic galactic disc but also extends outside the edge of this disc. But this doesn’t work with potential dark galaxies, due to the amount of dark matter and lack of stars. Astronomers have certainly been looking for them though, and have identified a number of potential candidates for classification as dark galaxies, with one of these known as HI1225+01, a gas cloud situated on the edge of the Virgo cluster. Comprising of two large clumps of gases, with one of these having β€œno identified stellar emission” which makes it a prime candidate for that coveted dark galaxy classification. Research into this gas cloud is still ongoing. In August 2016, astronomers found a huge galaxy which is made up of 99,9% dark matter, and may well be a candidate for a dark galaxy. Dragonfly 44, whilst being roughly the same mass as the Milky Way, appears to contain only one star for every hundred found in the Milky Way. It’s thought that these dark galaxies could well be the building blocks of classic galaxies such as our own Milky Way, so discovering them may also help us shed light not only on what mysterious dark matter actually is, but also how our own galaxy formed.

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Yes ❀ @cosmic__connection

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Swipe πŸ‘‰ Follow us @_astro_mania_ for more astronomy stuff. πŸ‘‰ @_astro_mania_ πŸ‘‰ @_astro_mania_ πŸ‘‰ @_astro_mania_ ----------------------------------------------------------------------------Repost if you love. -------------------------------------------------------------------------- DM for cheap promotions. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------. . . #cosmos