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When Earth's magnetic field flips, it could take thousands of years Geoscientists studying our planet's most recent magnetic field reversal learned that it's not a speedy process. North, I was once surprised to learn, is not always north. There’s geographic north, “up” on maps toward the North Pole, and then there’s magnetic north, which is where compass needles point. Right now the two kind of line up, but that isn’t always the case. Earth’s magnetic field — which guides compasses, animals and aurorae — likes to wander, and it’s reversed entirely in the past: Magnetic north was in the geographic south. Some geologists had thought the flips could be fairly quick, possibly even taking place within a single human lifetime. That’s a big deal, since current fluctuations suggest magnetic north might be gearing up for such a major shift soon. And while it may be a smooth ride, we honestly don’t know enough about how Earth reacts to these things to know if we should worry or not. And whatever natural problems arise would pale in comparison to the chaos such a reversal would wreak on our electrical devices. But a new study August 7 in Science Advances says we should probably calm down, since the last magnetic field reversal on Earth took quite a bit longer: at least 22,000 years. It’s one more piece in the puzzle of how and why our planet’s magnetic field operates, and slowly but surely researchers are figuring it out. #spacestation #space #spaceshuttle #telescope #stars #galaxy #universe #nova #supernova #nebula #astronomy #spacelover #discover #superheat #knowledge #news #fact #brain #deepspace #deepspace #earth #magnetism #magneticfields #magneticfield #field #yearsandyears #thousand #geoscientist #geoscientists #followformore

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Supernova dust found hidden in antarctic snow Astronomers melted 1,000 pounds of Antarctic snow and found iron that most likely fell to ground as Earth passed through a cloud of supernova debris. Antarctica is one of the most pristine places on the planet. Thanks to its generally inhospitable nature, as well as its natural isolation, it’s a good place for astronomers to search for meteorites and other materials that fall from the sky. They tend to sit undisturbed for long periods of time. A team of astronomers from Germany and Austria recently made use of that preservation by collecting over 1,000 pounds of snow laid down in the past 20 years. After analyzing all the various dust and grains they found within the snow, they discovered a suspicious amount of iron-60. This particular radioactive strain of iron told astronomers that the dust wasn’t local, but instead came from outer space. What’s more, they suspect it came from a supernova that exploded sometime in the recent cosmic past. Our solar system sits in one particular spiral arm of the Milky Way, and it orbits the galactic center every 230 million years or so. Astronomers suspect that as the Sun and Earth traversed the local galactic neighborhood, they would have plowed through the cloud of debris that this supernova left behind, causing the materials to rain down on Earth. The same type of iron has been found buried in deep sea beds and other ancient rocks, but those were laid down millions of years ago. This is the first find of such interstellar iron laid down in recent years, and it could shed more light on exactly where and when the supernova that created the metal occurred. The researchers published their findings August 12 in the journal Physical Review Letters. #space #spaceshuttle #telescope #stars #galaxy #universe #nova #supernova #nebula #astronomy #spacelover #discover #superheat #knowledge #news #fact #brain #deepspace #deepspace #statdust #nova #supernova #dust #antarctica #snow #melt #followformore

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Beauty is like Moon 🌑, looks much better at Night.

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Moon at 5% 🌘 5 December 2018 📸 Canon EOS 1000D #astroworld #astronomia #astro #astro_photography_ #moon #cosmo #photography #telescope #🔭 #celestron

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I just got corel Painter Essentials and wanted to try it out 😊 so the background is made in that program and the solid shapes is made in another program 😊 #beautiful #art #artsy #artist #instaartist #myart #digital #digitaldrawing #digitalartist #digitalpainting #drawing #illustration #painting #galaxy #stars #stargazing #planet #telescope #childhood

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보름이 될락 말락 ㅎㅎ - - - - - - - #canon #canonphotography #6d #fullmoon #telescope #캐논 #캐논이미지스토밍 #달 #보름달

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ISS Solar Transit from Harvest, Alabama on August 17, 2019 at 17:01:14. At this angle the ISS was 779.8km or 484.5 miles away. The ISS is about the same size as a football field. So this is like looking at the field at Giant's Stadium from Detroit or Notre Dame's football field from Huntsville, AL. Taken through a Celestron 9.25 SCT using a Canon T1i #iss #solarminimum #spotthestation #solartransit #isstransit #internationalspacestation #spacestation #nasa #satellite #astronomy #astrophotography #telescope #celestron #sun #solarphotography #universetoday

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#moon #camping #telescope The moon is a loyal companion 💃🤗🌝🌚🌛

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One of Stephen Hawking’s most notable discoveries, and perhaps the one he is most known for, is the idea of Hawking Radiation. Hawking Radiation is one of Hawking’s most notable discoveries on black holes, in which he managed to link entropy and black holes. Entropy is a measure of disorder, which in turn is related to heat and the Second Law of Thermodynamics. The Second Law is considered to be one of the greatest and most successful scientific principles in history. However, the law ran into problems when scientists began to encounter black holes. To first understand Hawking Radiation, we must first understand a thing or two about black holes and quantum mechanics. Every black hole is surrounded by a region called an event horizon. It’s this region where the escape velocity of the black hole’s gravity becomes greater than that of the speed of light, hence nothing can escape the grasp of the black hole. If nothing can escape, and stuff can only fall in, then a black hole should technically exist forever, yet this is in direct conflict with the idea of entropy. According to the Second Law, entropy will always increase over time (on average. It can decrease, but it must be compensated for elsewhere ), and so black hole entropy must increase as well, yet scientists couldn’t figure out how this would happen. Until Stephen Hawking made a remarkable discovery. He found that black holes do in fact emit radiation just before the event horizon. This radiation is in the form of antiparticle pairs that are spontaneously generated from the black holes immense gravitational energy. Interestingly, when these particles are produced, the positive goes on to escape the black hole, while the negative falls inward, causing the black hole to lose mass and eventually disappear entirely. According to the math that Hawking had devised, the amount of radiation is related to the surface area of the black hole. The smaller the surface area, the more radiation the black hole emits and the faster it disappears. Hence the reason why Hawking Radiation has never been observed. All of the known black holes are simply too large.

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Is anyone else fascinated by #BlackHoles 🤔 #Nasa captured footage of a black hole ripping a star apart and this is an illustration of how it went down🙌🏼 #space #moonchild #telescope #galaxy #stars #outerspace

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#Repost @__merkabah__ • • • • • • #Repost @intospace0 • • • • • • Hot Jupiters Have Powerful Magnetic Fields. Hot Jupiters are gas giants presumed to be like Jupiter but orbiting their host stars at close distances, typically about five times the star’s diameter, or roughly 20 times the Moon’s distance from Earth. The close orbits of hot Jupiters make it possible for these objects to experience strong interactions with their stars via tides, collisions with stellar wind particles, accretion of planetary gas onto the star’s surface and magnetic reconnection between the stellar and planetary magnetic field lines. Star-planet interactions can potentially reveal details about stellar wind properties and, most intriguingly, planetary magnetic fields. “Our study is the first to use observed signals of star-planet interactions to derive exoplanet magnetic field strengths,” said Dr. Evgenya Shkolnik, an astronomer at Arizona State University. “These signals appear to come from interactions between the magnetic fields of the star and the tightly orbiting planet.” The magnetic field strengths the researchers found range from 20 to 120 G (gauss ) — around 10-100 times larger than predicted values. For comparison, Jupiter’s magnetic field is 4.3 G and Earth’s field strength is only 0.5 G, although that is strong enough to orient compasses worldwide. • What do you think of this 🤔 💭? Tag someone to read this 🌍 😍 • Discover the Cosmos with us 🔭 💫 & Follow us for more💖🙏 @intospace0#earth #jupiter #moon #blackhole #universe #space #cosmos #spacetime #stars #planets #solarsystem #nebula #interstellar #milkyway #constellations #outerspace #galaxies #discover #exploration #astronomy #astronomyphotography #astrology #nasa #telescope #hubble #astronaut #science #astrophysics #technology #spacetime

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#Repost @__merkabah__ • • • • • • #Repost @intospace0 • • • • • • Hot Jupiters Have Powerful Magnetic Fields. Hot Jupiters are gas giants presumed to be like Jupiter but orbiting their host stars at close distances, typically about five times the star’s diameter, or roughly 20 times the Moon’s distance from Earth. The close orbits of hot Jupiters make it possible for these objects to experience strong interactions with their stars via tides, collisions with stellar wind particles, accretion of planetary gas onto the star’s surface and magnetic reconnection between the stellar and planetary magnetic field lines. Star-planet interactions can potentially reveal details about stellar wind properties and, most intriguingly, planetary magnetic fields. “Our study is the first to use observed signals of star-planet interactions to derive exoplanet magnetic field strengths,” said Dr. Evgenya Shkolnik, an astronomer at Arizona State University. “These signals appear to come from interactions between the magnetic fields of the star and the tightly orbiting planet.” The magnetic field strengths the researchers found range from 20 to 120 G (gauss ) — around 10-100 times larger than predicted values. For comparison, Jupiter’s magnetic field is 4.3 G and Earth’s field strength is only 0.5 G, although that is strong enough to orient compasses worldwide. • What do you think of this 🤔 💭? Tag someone to read this 🌍 😍 • Discover the Cosmos with us 🔭 💫 & Follow us for more💖🙏 @intospace0#earth #jupiter #moon #blackhole #universe #space #cosmos #spacetime #stars #planets #solarsystem #nebula #interstellar #milkyway #constellations #outerspace #galaxies #discover #exploration #astronomy #astronomyphotography #astrology #nasa #telescope #hubble #astronaut #science #astrophysics #technology #spacetime

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#passion and #profession should go hand in hand. Helps in balancing endocrine glands🙂 #conceptphotography #photography #nikon #telescope #streetphotography #random #weekendgetaway

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The Cocoon Nebula IC 5146 is a stellar nursery with new stars being born. It measures 12 arc minutes across or about 1/3 the diameter of a full Moon. At magnitude 7.2 it is slightly too faint to be seen with the naked eye. ZWO ASI 1600 -7C HDR, 3 hours integration in Hubble Palette, 1 hour in SII, HA, OIII, 30-2 minute exposures, 12 inch Newtonian, CGX-L mount.

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Saturno se despedindo da temporada | A cada dia o planeta fica mais distante

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Jupiter captured. Equipment used: sky watcher 114/900 telescope, logitech c270 webcam, 2x barlow. Software: sharpcap, registax, gimp. #jupiter #planetary #astrophotos #telescope #skywatcher #logitechwebcam

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[ Festival Space Rocks 2019 ] . Space Rocks, sebuah festival perayaan eksplorasi luar angkasa, akan diadakan lagi nih di London pada 21 September 2019. Acara ini tidak hanya merayakan eksplorasi luar angkasa, tapi juga menampilkan seni, dan musik. Acara ini merupakan hasil kerjasama antara Twin V Ltd. dan Lembaga Antariksa Eropa (European Space Agency ; ESA ). . Pembawa acara di Space Rocks 2019 ini adalah Dallas Campbell, penyiar berita sains di BCC. Acara ini akan dihadiri oleh astronot ESA Tim Peake, ilmuwan roket Kate Underhill, insinyur robot luar angkasa Shahrzad Timman, dan astronom Mark McCaughrean. Selain mereka, acara ini juga akan dihadiri oleh peneliti planet Suzanne Imber, ilmuwan iklim Tamsin Edwards, produser ‘Space Boffins’ Sue Nelson, astronom Chris Lintott, Lucy Hawking (putri dari Stephen Hawking ), dan bintang dari serial TV ‘The Expanse’ Dominique Tipper. . Di Space Rocks 2019 akan ada tiga sesi: 1. Space Academy, yang ditujukan untuk anak-anak dari segala usia. Sesi ini akan mempertunjukan bagaimana perkembangan ilmu astronomi dan misi apa saja yang sedang dilakukan saat ini. 2. Space Lab, sesi diskusi yang ditujukan untuk para saintis, pemusik, dan seniman. 3. SpaceRocks Live, sesi pertunjukan musik live. Di sesi ketiga ini, akan ada penampilan dari band rock Amplifier, band metal Voyager, band rock Anathema, dan pemain biola Anna Phoebe. . Di festival ini juga akan ada stand dan kios. . Tiket dapat dibeli di: https://spacerocksofficial.com/ . Sumber: European Space Agency - https://www.esa.int/About_Us/Partner...oldly_go_again . Physics On The Sky . Line: @ROT9595 Instagram: physicsonthesky Kaskus: physicsonthesky Facebook: Physics On The Sky . #space #astronomy #astronaut #astro #astronom #physics #planet #LuarAngkasa #Bumi #Earth #astronot #astronomi #fisika #teknologi #europe #london #spacerocks #2019 #telescope #Teleskop #galaxy #galaksi

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L'univers regorge de choses tellement incroyable qu'il est parfois difficile d'expliquer certains phénomènes.

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On this day in space! Phobos was discovered on Aug. 17, 1877 by Asaph Hall. Hall named Mars& #39; moons for the mythological sons of Ares, the Greek counterpart of the Roman god, Mars. Phobos, whose name means fear or panic, is the brother of Deimos. Phobos gouged and nearly shattered by a giant impact crater and beaten by thousands of meteorite impacts are on a collision course with Mars. Phobos is the larger of Mars& #39; two moons and is 17 x 14 x 11 miles (27 by 22 by 18 kilometers ) in diameter. It orbits Mars three times a day and is so close to the planet& #39;s surface that in some locations on Mars it cannot always be seen. Phobos is nearing Mars at a rate of six feet (1.8 meters ) every hundred years; at that rate, it will either crash into Mars in 50 million years or break up into a ring. Its most prominent feature is the 6-mile (9.7 Km ) crater Stickney, its impact causing streak patterns across the moon& #39;s surface. Stickney was seen by Mars Global Surveyor to be filled with fine dust, with evidence of boulders sliding down its sloped surface. Measurements of the day and night sides of Phobos show such extreme temperature variations that the sunlit side of the moon rivals a pleasant winter day in Chicago, while only a few kilometers away, on the dark side of the moon, the climate is harsher than a night in Antarctica. High temperatures for Phobos were measured at 25 degrees Fahrenheit (-4 degrees Celsius ) and lows at -170 degrees Fahrenheit (-112 degrees Celsius ). This intense heat loss is likely a result of the fine dust on Phobos& #39; surface, which is unable to retain heat. Phobos has no atmosphere. It may be a captured asteroid, but some scientists show evidence that contradicts this theory. Image credit - NASA/JPL-Caltech/Malin Space Science Systems/Texas A&M Univ #spacenews #astronomy #astroport #phobos #mars #marsSatellite #NASA #astronomer #astronomy #space #astrophysics #universe #science #astrophotography #cosmos #cosmology #nasa #physics #telescope #stars #galaxy #astroophysics #blackholes #scienceoftheuniverse #universelove #astro #astronomia #star #astronaut #spacelove #astrography

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You don't need magic to disappear, all you need is a destination. 😍😍 . 💬 What are your thoughts? 😃 Tag someone who needs to see this! ⏰ Follow us for more! 📷 Credits: @smpetersonphotography

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Telescopes are cool, man. I love the moon. I have since I was younger. The moon gives me passion. The moon stirs in me something so ancient, I both fear and revere it. #moon #telescope

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🔮 Самые удивительные и невероятные факты о Космосе. ⠀ 1. На экваторе Вы на 3% легче, чем на полюсах, из-за того, что центробежная сила Земли действует на Вас. ⠀ 2. Если Вы стоите на экваторе, Вы вращаетесь со скоростью около 1,5 км/час, так же как и Земля, атомы которой вращаются со скоростью 108,000 км/час вокруг Солнца. ⠀ 3. На орбите нашей планеты находится свалка из отходов развития космонавтики. Более 370 000 объектов массой от нескольких грамм до 15 тон обращаются вокруг Земли со скоростью 9 834 м/c, сталкиваясь между собой и разлетаясь на тысячи и более мелких частей. ⠀ 4. Масса Солнца составляет 99.86% от массы всей Солнечной системы; оставшиеся 0.14% приходятся на планеты и астероиды. ⠀ 5. Солнечное вещество размером с булавочную головку, помещенное в атмосферу нашей планеты, начнет с невероятной скоростью поглощать кислород и за доли секунд уничтожит все живое в радиусе 160 километров. ⠀ ⭐️💫 #звезда #предсказание #астрология #планета #юпитер #hubble #telescope #вселенная #астролог #жизнь #гороскоп #часы #будущее #консультация #фантастика #astrology #life #fate #future #world #universe #goal #космос #любовь #вопрос #ответ #answer #question #млечный #путь

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Purchasing a Telescope is difficult. Our course will cover all the points about buying a telescope.⠀ #ageofastron #astronera #astronomy #telescope #solarsystem #themoon #astrophotography

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At the center of this image is a very young and powerful pulsar, known as PSR B1509-58, or B1509 for short. The pulsar is spewing energy out into the space around it to create complex and intriguing structures, including one that resembles a large cosmic hand. Astronomers think that B1509 is about 1700 years old and is located about 17.000 light years away.⁣ ⁣ B1509 is spinning completely around its axis almost 7 times every second and is releasing energy into its environment at a prodigious rate, presumably because it has an intense magnetic field at its surface, estimated to be 15 trillion times stronger than the Earth's magnetic field.⁣ ⁣ The combination of rapid rotation and an ultra-strong magnetic field makes B1509 one of the most powerful electromagnetic generators in the Milky Way. This generator drives an energetic wind of electrons and ions away from the neutron star. As the electrons move through the magnetized nebula, they radiate away their energy and create the elaborate nebula seen.⁣ ⁣ In the innermost regions, a faint circle surrounds the pulsar, and marks the spot where the wind is rapidly decelerated by the slowly expanding nebula. In this way, B1509 shares some striking similarities to the famous Crab Nebula. However B1509's nebula is 15 times wider than the Crab's diameter of 10 light years.⁣ ⁣ Finger-like structures extend to the north, apparently energizing knots of material in a neighboring gas cloud known as RCW 89. The transfer of energy from the wind to these knots makes them glow brightly in X-rays (orange and red features to the upper right ). The temperature in this region appears to vary in a circular pattern around this ring of emission, suggesting that the pulsar may be precessing like a spinning top and sweeping an energizing beam around the gas in RCW 89.⁣ ⁣ Image credit: @nasa @nasachandraxray ⁣ ⁣ #slooh #astronomer #astronomy #science #space #astrophysics #universe #cosmos #telescope #galaxy #milkyway #photography #spacetime #spacetravel #physics #astrophotography #interstellar #nebula #astronomie #stars #deepspace #deepsky #nightsky #nasa #spacex #photooftheday #picoftheday #naturephotography #stargazing

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Welp, life is pretty hard but I gotta remind myself to keep going. The main gun is not actually a gun, but a telescope! . . . #robots #robot #ink #marker #adventure #machine #tank #machinery #vehicles #sketch #sketchbook #doodles #telescope #keepgoing #moveon #motivation #artwork #artoftheday #digitalink

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🌖la luna🌖 through the lens of my pocket camera and a telescope #moon #lune #luna #laluna #stargazer #stargazing #telescope #nightsky #nighttime #mmm #ooohoney

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Clicked by Mangalyaan!🔭😍

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➡️Follow : @space_lovers_ 😊❤️ ➡️Follow : @space_zak ❌❌ - - - Special thanks to @semieceturgay for this amazing photo ♥️♥️♥️ - - - Use Hashtag: #star #stars #hubble #science #spacestation #telescope #cosmos #galaxies #earthfromspace #astronautlife #spacetoday #nature #astronaut #nasa #space #art #earth #planets #spaceart #supernova #gezegen #galaxy #spacetravel #astronomy #moon #photoshop

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#moon #photo #with #iphone and #telescope

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Took a picture of a moon through telescope 😬 #moon #telescope

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💫 💬 What are your thoughts? 😃 Tag someone who needs to see this! ⏰ Follow me for more! .

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𝒾𝓈𝓁𝒶𝓃𝒹 𝓋𝒾𝑒𝓌𝓈 · · · · · · #photography #mackinacisland #island #mackinawbridge #bridge #telescope

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𝒾𝓈𝓁𝒶𝓃𝒹 𝓋𝒾𝑒𝓌𝓈 · · · · · · #photography #mackinacisland #island #mackinawbridge #bridge #telescope

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ALERT!! MY TELESCOPE GOT LOOSE AND TOOK THE NIGHT OFF. SOMEBODY SAID THEY TOOK A PIC OF IT PARTYING ON CINCINNATI BAR DISTRICT. PLEASE LET ME KNOW IF YOU SEE HIM/HER/IT. 🤣🤣🤣🤣 👽🌌🛸👽🛸🌌👽🛸🌌👽🛸🌌 👽🌌🛸👽🛸🌌👽🛸🌌👽🛸🌌👽🌌🛸👽🛸🌌👽🛸🌌👽🛸🌌👽🌌🛸👽🛸🌌👽🛸🌌👽🛸🌌 #photooftheday #magicufo #elpasotx #igerselpaso #chrisgrohusko #astronomertogo #skydrivethru #itsallgoodep #elpaso #skygenius #universe #telescope #ufopilot1 #igers #eptx #suncity #elpasotelescopecafe #skygenius #ufoastronomer #starclocksky #secretufo #ufocave #topsecretufo #ufo #publicastronomy #publicstargazing #elpasostrong

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Telescope meeting at Mirasteilas observatory in Falera, the Grisons, Switzerland. — #timelapse #astronomy #stars #clouds #nightsky #mirasteilas #falera #stargazing #grisons #switzerland #observatory #telescope

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#repost from my last post but y’all see a face screaming in these craters too right? 😂🙀🙀🙀 #moon #luna #telescope #astrophotography

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