Tag: space

Astronomy Picture of the Day

Today’s Astronomy Picture of the Day from NASA is incredible! It’s a hexaexposure of two auroral rings over Jokulsarlon, which is a glacial lake in Iceland. I’ve included a thumbnail (click for the full-size image) below, but you really should check out the NASA APoD every day, as they are not only amazing images, but …

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Video showing our expansive Universe

A friend of mine posted a link to this video on his dA account journal, and I thought I would post it here as well. It is a video produced by American Museum of Natural History in association with NASA. It gives a little bit of perspective on how vast our known universe truly is, …

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I know that the movie has been out for quite some time–the original release date being 11 July 1997–but I recently watched it again and believe that a critique is in store. This film was an attempt to capture all the complexities and mind-bending ideas of Carl Sagan’s book of the same name. Sagan didn’t …

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