Nature's Awe: "Spirit of Newborn Star" "What swallows trees?" "Rift floor" "Polar Bear's Plea" "You're so foxy"
Aug 20th - Telescope Captures Stunning Image of Newborn Star and Vivid Stream
a few big open spaces remain—like the Rift floor in Queen Elizabeth Park
Video: massive sinkhole swallow trees, water and land
Gas Plume From a Newborn Star
A NASA Hubble Space Telescope picture of a hypersonic shock wave (lower right) of material moving at 148,000 miles per hour in the Orion Nebula, a star-forming region 1,500 light-years away.
National Geographic - You’re So Foxy
Image courtesy LilyZ, Linda Drake/National Geographic My Shot, ESA, Joel Sartore, C.R. O'Dell (Rice University) and NASA, ESO/ALMA (ESO/NAOJ/NRAO)/H. Arce. Acknowledgements: Bo Reipurth
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