Saturn's moon Mimas is crashing into the rings.
There is strong connection between the icy moon and Saturn's rings. Gravity links them together and shapes them the way they both move. The gravitational pulls of Mimas (246 miles or 396 kilometers across) creates waves in Saturn's rings that are visible in some cassini images.
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I took this picture on the eve of my 33rd Birthday. There's so many emotions that flood through me as I stare up at the night sky. As I sit here and reflect I am reminded of where I have been and where I am going and I can't help but smile. This journey we call Life is an incredible thing.
Just arrived at Funchal on the island Madeira after approx six hundred nautical miles and four days of marvelous sailing on the Atlantic ocean!
The first day or so we had contact with some freight boats and another sailboat but after that just open sea, wind, waves, sun, stars and....dolphins! 🐬 These adorable animals just suddenly showed up on the open ocean and it seamed they were talking with us, appreciating our company and showing of their swimming skills doing sudden turns and jumps in front of the bow of the boat, Amazing experience and another reason to keep protecting wildlife and the environment! 🌊🌍♻️💚 Actually we also had the pleasure of the company of a bird that stayed on the boat for almost the whole trip. We called him Ian the aristocrat but that's another story... 🐦😄
With @sandmannen72 and @peterbjornstrom
Stay tuned for updates!
My flight down to Portugal Co2 offsetted through @myclimate_official 🌍💚♻️👍🏻💯 #dolphins#dolphin#sea#atlantic#ocean#sailing#seabird#funchal#madeira#wind#sun#milkyway#stars#openocean#bird#nauticalmiles#my_climate#myclimate_official#nature#co2offsetting#notoplastic#stoppollutingthesea#picoruivo
“Things are as they are. Looking out into the universe at night, we make no comparisons between right and wrong stars, nor between well and badly arranged constellations.”
― Alan W. Watts
I took this picture on our first day hiking the Salkantay trail. Some of us ended that day crying, delusional, laughing or starving. As soon as we arrived in an area to set up our tents we were all in turbo mode. Nobody had to say anything, we all knew our roles and took on the responsibility of taking care of each other. Once our tents were up, we made the best dinner with the bare necessities, created a fire with barely any wood and an immense amount of wind and even had dessert under the stars. We were very dialed. We even had coffee for our mornings. Watching the stars and the Milky Way that night reminded me of how small we are, but still hold so much power, power that we are afraid of, that we are thought to mask, collective power that can change the world, power that's within all of us and that we must all explore. We are living this lifetime in human form, so we must experience and enjoy what we have chosen. We must explore deeper, find meaningful connections, strive for inner growth, learn to receive as much as you give and most importantly listen to Pachamama. She will continuously receive and give, and she will teach you the most important lessons and holds the most important understandings. It's time for us to listen and be enlightened. In Quechua thank you is, urpichay sonqollay which means doves fly from my heart to yours. Doves are flying out all kinds for the souls and land I encountered on this journey. @missemmalina @yesicandace @inkamalovic @mayakiel @estacesmith