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theprinceofamber:

Researchers Capture First-Ever Image of Atoms Forming a Molecule
ScienceDaily (Mar. 7, 2012) — Researchers have recorded the first-ever image of two atoms bonding together to form a molecule.

theprinceofamber:

Researchers Capture First-Ever Image of Atoms Forming a Molecule

ScienceDaily (Mar. 7, 2012) — Researchers have recorded the first-ever image of two atoms bonding together to form a molecule.

Edwin Hubble - Following a tour of duty in the first World War, Hubble took a job at the Mount Wilson Observatory in California, where he took many photographs of Cepheid variables through 100 inch reflecting Hooker telescope, proving they were outside our galaxy, and determining the existence of other galaxies including our own milky way, which had until then been believed to be the entire universe.

"Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known.”  ― Carl Sagan

"Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known.”
Carl Sagan

Before We Loved the Sky…….not having access to the Hubble telescope I took these pictures of the ground…only the higher tonalities are visible

Before We Loved the Sky…….not having access to the Hubble telescope I took these pictures of the ground…only the higher tonalities are visible

Along the side of the creek is where it began……we were all so young then.

Along the side of the creek is where it began……we were all so young then.


it wasn’t until many years later… I realized what the moon was trying to telling me…..before then I thought these days would always last……It was around 1345 we started to  reduce hours to minutes and minutes into seconds…

it wasn’t until many years later… I realized what the moon was trying to telling me…..before then I thought these days would always last……It was around 1345 we started to  reduce hours to minutes and minutes into seconds…

Star Fields # 7 - “We changed to the western calendar because it means we are living in the modern world. Before then a year was a very long time for us.”

Star Fields # 7 - “We changed to the western calendar because it means we are living in the modern world. Before then a year was a very long time for us.”