Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey
The Atlas Moth, Attacus Atlas - The largest moth in the world
I admit I often accidentally will go for the ‘too cool’ look >.<
I always had a feeling about that mysterious Pineal Gland…. I’m blown away that the illusive “third eye” of the brain is also the center of that perfect ratio, 1.618.
IF YOU DONT GET EXCITED OVER NATURE THEN WHAT DO YOU EVEN GET EXCITED ABOUT
What looks like a celestial hummingbird in this stunning space wallpaper is really the result of a collision between a spiral and an elliptical galaxy at a whopping 326 million light- years away.
The flat disk of the spiral NGC 2936 is warped into the profile of a bird by the gravitational tug of the companion NGC 2937.
The object was first cataloged as a “peculiar galaxy” by Halton Arp in the 1960s. This interacting galaxy duo is collectively called Arp 142.
I wanted to live to see the day when our galaxy did this with Andromeda…
One of those things that you really know, but that if you stop one moment to think about it are kind of frightful even if absolutely ok, the life goes on, nothing happened, bees are still working and jibba jabba whatever else.