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We actually have pictures that great of Mars, a planet about 225 million kilometers (140 million miles) away from us.
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Astronomy Photo of the Day (APotD): 8/26/14 - Merope’s Reflection Nebula
In this image, a nebula can be seen reflecting the light of a neighboring star, which lies some 440 light-years away in the constellation of Taurus.
Merope’s Reflection nebula (also known as Tempel’s Nebula or NGC 1435) and other stellar nebulae of a similar form, are created when grains of interstellar dust reflect the light of embedded stars. The blue color, which is brilliant in this particular nebula, is so prevalent because dust scatters blue light much more easily than red.
Also seen here is one of the brightest stars in the Pleiades cluster, Merope (23 Tau). All the way to the far left is Bernard’s Merope Nebula, which is also known as IC 349. This area is particularly efficient at reflection, giving it its brilliant layered aesthetics.
Additional Resources: http://bit.ly/1BYv3z9
Credit: Jean-Charles Cuillandre (CFHT) & Giovanni Anselmi (Coelum Astronomia), Hawaiian Starlight

fromquarkstoquasars:

Astronomy Photo of the Day (APotD): 8/26/14 - Merope’s Reflection Nebula

In this image, a nebula can be seen reflecting the light of a neighboring star, which lies some 440 light-years away in the constellation of Taurus.

Merope’s Reflection nebula (also known as Tempel’s Nebula or NGC 1435) and other stellar nebulae of a similar form, are created when grains of interstellar dust reflect the light of embedded stars. The blue color, which is brilliant in this particular nebula, is so prevalent because dust scatters blue light much more easily than red.

Also seen here is one of the brightest stars in the Pleiades cluster, Merope (23 Tau). All the way to the far left is Bernard’s Merope Nebula, which is also known as IC 349. This area is particularly efficient at reflection, giving it its brilliant layered aesthetics.

Additional Resources: http://bit.ly/1BYv3z9

Credit: Jean-Charles Cuillandre (CFHT) & Giovanni Anselmi (Coelum Astronomia), Hawaiian Starlight

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compoundchem:

Honey is a food oddity in that it doesn’t spoil. Here’s the chemistry behind why, as well as an explanation of how bees make honey: http://wp.me/p4aPLT-qn

Good stuff!

currentsinbiology:

compoundchem:

Honey is a food oddity in that it doesn’t spoil. Here’s the chemistry behind why, as well as an explanation of how bees make honey: http://wp.me/p4aPLT-qn

Good stuff!