Monthly Archives: February 2012

One Minute Physics

This is so neat! And – how many people can I send this to – the link that is? Yes, I did manage to find out via Sean Carroll’s feed, however, I can’t recommend it enough. Enough said.

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It’s a Dog-eat-Dog Universe and some Galaxies are wearing Milk Bone underwear

NASA, ESA and S. Farrell (University of Sydney, Australia, and University of Leicester, U.K.) The huge spiral galaxy in the image above is ESO 243-49. The circled bluish dot on it’s upper left edge, slightly off the central disk is … Continue reading

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