MOON FLOWER 🌖🌗🌘🌑
Tout comme les fleurs, la #lune a ses phases de vie : la nouvelle lune, le premier croissant, la lune gibbeuse, la pleine lune...
Tout comme les fleurs, la lune change de couleur.
Mais le cycle de la lune est infini, alors que la fleur fane... 🌿🌛🌿Voici la #PrintStory qui se cache derrière notre #imprimé MoonFlower 🍃🌜🍃
• La suite demain • #soiparis#CollectionAstrale#comingsoon#eclipse
RepostBy @timlaman: "Video by @TimLaman. Eclipse timelapse in the Wind River Range, Wyoming on Aug 21 from the beginning of the partial eclipse through totality and to the end of the partial eclipse . It really did get pitch dark in the middle of the day. Amazing experience to be there and enjoy it with the whole family. Exposure in this timelapse was held constant throughout at ISO 100, f16, 1/60sec.
#Eclipse , #2017eclipse , #totality , #Wyoming , @NatGeoCreative, @thephotosociety" (via #InstaRepost @AppsKottage)
Picked up some past exam questions that my younger brother had, and decided to make a CBT (not real) exam out of it. He answered them and saw his errors. He said "so this is how those CBT exams are done?". I said "something like that"
Mars has eclipses
If you think solar eclipses on Earth are cool, wait till you get a load of an eclipse on Mars.
Earth typically experiences anywhere from four to seven eclipses in a year, counting partial solar eclipses (when the moon doesn’t fully obscure the sun) and lunar eclipses (when the earth’s shadow partially obscures the moon).
On Mars, however, solar eclipses are practically a daily event. Mars has two moons — tiny, potato-shaped satellites named Phobos and Deimos, after the Greek deities of fear and dread, respectively.