Going Forward : This close-up image is of a 2-…

Going Forward : This close-up image is of a 2-inch-deep hole produced using a new drilling technique for NASA’s Curiosity rover. The hole is about 0.6 inches (1.6 centimeters) in diameter. This image was taken by Curiosity’s Mast Camera (Mastcam) on Sol 2057. (via NASA)

spaceexp: Venus over Dallas

spaceexp:

Venus over Dallas

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LIFTOFF! : The GRACE Follow-On spacecraft laun…

LIFTOFF! : The GRACE Follow-On spacecraft launched onboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, Tuesday, May 22, 2018. (via NASA)

humanoidhistory: The magnificent desolation o…

humanoidhistory:

The magnificent desolation of the Moon on December 17, 1972, as seen from the Apollo 17 command module as it made the journey back to Earth.

(NASA/ASU)

Close-up of M27, the Dumbbell Nebula

Close-up of M27, the Dumbbell Nebula

Credit: NASA/ESA, Hubble

December 17th Tumblr

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@didoofcarthage one of the best art blogs in Tumblr has been flagged as nsfw!!!

The new changes are unfair. Art blogs that flagged as nsfw have less privileges as sfw blogs. Its can’t be searchable and the tags are useless.

This is a complete mess not just for the flagged blogs but also for the Tumblr as a platform. Less engagement, less traffic, less popularity and of course less position as a social media website.

@staff, please kindly unflag the blog.

Thanks in advance,

This is probably an annoying question, so I&#0…

This is probably an annoying question, so I'm sorry for that. I want to start from the basics so that I can build on my knowledge from there, I want to understand it all, but I don't know where to begin or look oelr what to search for. Do you have any suggestions or could you point me in the right direction? Thank you.

Look for courses in physics and astronomy available (coursera.com has some courses), read books about and mainly, research a lot.

I meant cosmic ray

I meant cosmic ray

Okay, I’ll post about it, but I do not know when

Are asteroid belts always moving? If not, then…

Are asteroid belts always moving? If not, then in what does it depend?

Yes.