Have you ever thought about how old water is? If not, you are probably in the majority. Water regularly cycles through our atmosphere by evaporating and condensing. The global amount typically remains roughly the same as molecules form and reform. However, some reservoirs of H20 have been isolated from this cyclical process. Researchers from the University of Toronto discovered pools of ancient water in a deep Canadian mine.
Astronomer Galileo Galilei is famous for advocating the heliocentric model of the universe.
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While some photographers find inspiration in the world around them, others like Marcella Pace look to the sky. The Italy-based primary school teacher channels her lifelong passion for astronomy into observant photographs of the Moon and Sun. Her previous series compiled 48 colorful Moons into one mesmerizing spiral-shaped collage. Likewise, her new project showcases 49 different photos of the Sun in a dazzling array of warm colors.
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Conjoined twins are quite rare, but it's even rarer that they would be conjoined at the head.
NASA's James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) could be described as a reverse crystal ball. Instead of divining the future, the massive, multi-billion dollar successor to the famous Hubble Telescope allows scientists to peer into the ancient origins of the universe. JWST gives a clearer, deeper picture of our universe than ever before. Among the stunning sights it has documented and sent to Earth is an image of the oldest galaxy ever observed, now known as GLASS-z13.
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The team from the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) has only released a handful of official photos, but that hasn't stopped people from processing the raw data published by NASA. Judy Schmidt has been working diligently to bring us some more jaw-dropping images by JWST. Schmidt has been processing raw space data for years, and her skills are evident in these gorgeous photos of spiral galaxies.
Patches have long been a way to commemorate an event or an achievement.
Were you enamored by the James Webb Space Telescope’s image of the glistening Carina Nebula?