Celestial scribbled notes
This colour-composite image was obtained by FORS1 on ANTU. It displays a sky area near the Chamaeleon I complex of bright nebulae and hot stars in the constellation of the same name, close to the southern celestial pole.
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currentuser asked: I'm glad you run the blog you do. Constant support of rationality.
Thank you! :) I am not as active on this blog as I should be.
That’ll be the day when evolution is a thing of the past. Even with evidence and fact, the hard core religions still blind.
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SUNSET OVER PARIS: Huge sunspot AR1476 poses a threat for strong solar flares, but for the past two days the so-called “active region” has been mostly quiet. What the sunspot lacks in drama, however, it more than makes up for in beauty. Consider this photo of Friday night’s sunset over Paris.
“Shooting from the Bridge of Concorde, I captured the sunspot setting behind the Eiffel Tower,” says photographer VegaStar Carpentier. The light of the low-hanging sun was perfectly dimmed for a 1/1000s exposure @ ISO 400. “I used a Canon EOS 1000D.”