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In biology, “symbiosis” refers to two organisms that live close to and interact with one another. There happens to also be a class of stars that co-exist in a similar way. Data from our Chandra X-ray Observatory and other telescopes, is helping us understand how volatile this close stellar relationship can be.

Located at a distance of about 710 light years from Earth, R Aquarii (R Aqr, for short) is one of the best known of the symbiotic stars. Changes in its brightness were first noticed with the naked eye almost a thousand years ago. Since then, astronomers have studied this object and determined that R Aqr is not one star, but two: a small, dense white dwarf and a cool red, giant star. 
Since shortly after Chandra launched in 1999, astronomers began using the X-ray telescope to monitor the behavior of R Aqr, giving them a better understanding in more recent years. Chandra data reveal a jet of X-ray emission that extends to the upper left. The X-rays have likely been generated by shock waves, similar to sonic booms around supersonic planes, caused by the jet striking surrounding material. 
Image credit: X-ray: NASA/CXC/SAO/R. Montez et al.; Optical: Adam Block/Mt. Lemmon SkyCenter/U. Arizona

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In biology, “symbiosis” refers to two organisms that live close to and interact with one another. There happens to also be a class of stars that co-exist in a similar way. Data from our Chandra X-ray Observatory and other telescopes, is helping us understand how volatile this close stellar relationship can be. Located at a distance of about 710 light years from Earth, R Aquarii (R Aqr, for short) is one of the best known of the symbiotic stars. Changes in its brightness were first noticed with the naked eye almost a thousand years ago. Since then, astronomers have studied this object and determined that R Aqr is not one star, but two: a small, dense white dwarf and a cool red, giant star. Since shortly after Chandra launched in 1999, astronomers began using the X-ray telescope to monitor the behavior of R Aqr, giving them a better understanding in more recent years. Chandra data reveal a jet of X-ray emission that extends to the upper left. The X-rays have likely been generated by shock waves, similar to sonic booms around supersonic planes, caused by the jet striking surrounding material. Image credit: X-ray: NASA/CXC/SAO/R. Montez et al.; Optical: Adam Block/Mt. Lemmon SkyCenter/U. Arizona #nasa  #space  #astronomy  #spacegram  #chandra  #xray  #star  #stars  #stellar 
Pack your tripod and capture the starlit skies of #LakeTekapo, #NewZealand. With minimal light pollution, this spot is a photographer's paradise!

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Today exactly 60 years ago, a dog named Laika was launched into earth orbit becoming the first living creature to be sent in space by mankind. Laika was launched into space on board of the USSR's Sputnik 2. Because the Sovjets didn't have much time at all to design a spacecraft, they didn't give the Sputnik 2 a heatshield. Laika died a painful slow death, during re-entry in the earth's atmosphere. If you think this is sad, you should know that Laika was a stray dog before, so she'd've eventually died a slow death through lack of food. Now she also died a slow death, but it wasn't for nothing; this was a milestone in history that's made human spaceflight possible! © Getty Images | HowlOfADog | Roscosmos
Today exactly 60 years ago, a dog named Laika was launched into earth orbit becoming the first living creature to be sent in space by mankind. Laika was launched into space on board of the USSR's Sputnik 2. Because the Sovjets didn't have much time at all to design a spacecraft, they didn't give the Sputnik 2 a heatshield. Laika died a painful slow death, during re-entry in the earth's atmosphere. If you think this is sad, you should know that Laika was a stray dog before, so she'd've eventually died a slow death through lack of food. Now she also died a slow death, but it wasn't for nothing; this was a milestone in history that's made human spaceflight possible! © Getty Images | HowlOfADog | Roscosmos
Scientists think these weird shrimp could hold clues to ALIEN LIFE. #aliens👽 #insiderscience
Palmetto trees frame Space Shuttle Endeavour as it rolls toward Launch Pad 39A, at NASA's Kennedy Space Center (Florida).
At this time, Endeavour was scheduled to launch on the STS-126 mission on Nov. 14, 2008, for the 27th mission to the ISS. The shuttle carried the Lightweight Multi-Purpose Experiment Support Structure Carrier and the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module Leonardo (which held supplies and equipment). //
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Palmetto trees frame Space Shuttle Endeavour as it rolls toward Launch Pad 39A, at NASA's Kennedy Space Center (Florida). At this time, Endeavour was scheduled to launch on the STS-126 mission on Nov. 14, 2008, for the 27th mission to the ISS. The shuttle carried the Lightweight Multi-Purpose Experiment Support Structure Carrier and the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module Leonardo (which held supplies and equipment). // #endeavour  #space  #shuttle  #palmetto  #tree  #trees  #photo  #photography  #spacegram  #launch  #kennedy  #nasa  #launchpad  #liftoff  #takeoff  #rocket  #plane  #airplane  #vehicle  #astro  #astronaut  #cosmos  #universe  #planet  #earth  #mission  #explore  #exploration  #fly  #flight 
Launched October 7, 2002 aboard the Space Shuttle Orbiter Atlantis, the STS-112 mission lasted 11 days and performed three sessions of Extra Vehicular Activity. Its primary mission was to install the Starboard Side Integrated Truss Structure and Equipment Translation Aid Cart to the International Space Station. In this photograph, Astronaut Piers J. Sellers uses both a handrail on the Destiny Laboratory and a foot restraint on the Space Station Remote Manipulator System or Canadarm2 to remain stationary while performing work at the end of the STS-112 mission's second space walk. A cloud-covered Earth provides the backdrop for the scene
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Launched October 7, 2002 aboard the Space Shuttle Orbiter Atlantis, the STS-112 mission lasted 11 days and performed three sessions of Extra Vehicular Activity. Its primary mission was to install the Starboard Side Integrated Truss Structure and Equipment Translation Aid Cart to the International Space Station. In this photograph, Astronaut Piers J. Sellers uses both a handrail on the Destiny Laboratory and a foot restraint on the Space Station Remote Manipulator System or Canadarm2 to remain stationary while performing work at the end of the STS-112 mission's second space walk. A cloud-covered Earth provides the backdrop for the scene . . . #Astronomy  #Space  #Spacegram  #Spaceflight  #Nasa  #ESA  #ASI  #Astronaut  #Universe  #Cosmos  #Sky  #Earth  #Nebula  #Galaxy  #Love  #MarsGeneration  #TheMarsGeneration  #MoonColonist  #Moon  #Astro_Lorenzo 
Today’s #WebbFact: #Webb will gaze back more than 13.5 billion years to see the first stars and galaxies. It will witness the first observable light in the universe, helping us better understand how stars and galaxies form and evolve. Read more on our site: https://go.nasa.gov/2sE6C9t .

The image, #Hubble's Ultra Deep Field, shows a look back of ~13 billion years. The Cosmic Background Explorer (COBE) has seen farther than both Webb and Hubble, observing the heat signature left over from the Big Bang about 380,000 years after it occurred.
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Image: The Hubble Ultra Deep Field is a snapshot of about 10,000 galaxies in a tiny patch of sky, taken by @NASAHubble. Credit: #NASA, ESA, and S. Beckwith (STScI) and the HUDF Team .

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Today’s #WebbFact : #Webb  will gaze back more than 13.5 billion years to see the first stars and galaxies. It will witness the first observable light in the universe, helping us better understand how stars and galaxies form and evolve. Read more on our site: https://go.nasa.gov/2sE6C9t . The image, #Hubble 's Ultra Deep Field, shows a look back of ~13 billion years. The Cosmic Background Explorer (COBE) has seen farther than both Webb and Hubble, observing the heat signature left over from the Big Bang about 380,000 years after it occurred. . Image: The Hubble Ultra Deep Field is a snapshot of about 10,000 galaxies in a tiny patch of sky, taken by @NASAHubble. Credit: #NASA , ESA, and S. Beckwith (STScI) and the HUDF Team . #JWST  #JamesWebbSpaceTelescope  #WebbTelescope  #NASA  #Spacegram 
#brussels #Galileo  team started the day celebrating yesterday's sucessful launch 🛰️🎉
#Galileo  is now 22 #satellites in orbit and it is getting closer to a full constellation 😍

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Oh, I love when you have a nice view... 09/12/2017
5:10 a.m.

Moon over Buenos Aires, Argentina

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Oh, I love when you have a nice view... 09/12/2017
5:10 a.m.

Moon over Buenos Aires, Argentina

#space #moon #scene #universe #astronomy #moonofmylife #spacegram #instamoon #moonoftheday #universo #ig_watchers #night #universal #nightime #time #nightsky #sky #full #argentina #lanus #instagramhub #ig_argentina  #moon_shots  #moon_of_the_day #instargentina #nature #spaceporn #instagram #instagramer
The ISS floats at a distance of ~250miles (400km) above the earth. If you saw the movie 'Gravity', you know what danger the ISS is exposed to. Because satellites in Low Earth Orbit (LEO) travel at very high speed, even a small collision can lead to big damage. How big damage? -

The European Space Agency (ESA) did an experiment that you can see in photo 2 and 4. They shot an aluminum ball with a speed almost as big as satellites travel with in LEO. The result is incredible. And even more terrifying is that if a collision takes place, 90 minutes later, the formed debris has encircled the earth and is back, to make even more damage. 1 piece -> 10 pieces -> 100 pieces -> ..., you can imagine... -

With an easy formula (photo 3), you can calculate how fast an object encircles its planet. (Fg works as a centripetal force so they're equal to eachother)  Notice the fact that the object's mass doesn't matter, whether it's a stone or an entire ISS, they travel at the same velocity! Fill in a height in h and you can calculate the speed at any height you want! © ESA
The ISS floats at a distance of ~250miles (400km) above the earth. If you saw the movie 'Gravity', you know what danger the ISS is exposed to. Because satellites in Low Earth Orbit (LEO) travel at very high speed, even a small collision can lead to big damage. How big damage? - The European Space Agency (ESA) did an experiment that you can see in photo 2 and 4. They shot an aluminum ball with a speed almost as big as satellites travel with in LEO. The result is incredible. And even more terrifying is that if a collision takes place, 90 minutes later, the formed debris has encircled the earth and is back, to make even more damage. 1 piece -> 10 pieces -> 100 pieces -> ..., you can imagine... - With an easy formula (photo 3), you can calculate how fast an object encircles its planet. (Fg works as a centripetal force so they're equal to eachother) Notice the fact that the object's mass doesn't matter, whether it's a stone or an entire ISS, they travel at the same velocity! Fill in a height in h and you can calculate the speed at any height you want! © ESA
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Disuruh jangan gerak malah gerak !!! Eeeh malah hasilnya tak terduga, ternyata bagus meskipun secara tdk sengaja 
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Tak perlu menjadi seseorang untuk di sukai atau di kagumi orang lain. jadi diri sendiri aja udah cukup 
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Expedition 36 couldn't complain about not having wonderful views. This picture consisting out of a Soyuz TMA, backdropped by a breathtaking view of a coast down on earth, and a glimpse of one of the ISS's many solar panels, is what so many people want to get to see. The question is when that will become reality, until then I'll provide you the views;). ©NASA
Expedition 36 couldn't complain about not having wonderful views. This picture consisting out of a Soyuz TMA, backdropped by a breathtaking view of a coast down on earth, and a glimpse of one of the ISS's many solar panels, is what so many people want to get to see. The question is when that will become reality, until then I'll provide you the views;). ©NASA
"The orchestra whirls me wider than Uranus flies." ~Walt Whitman 
Excited to share the latest addition to my #etsy shop: #Musicgift #Musicprint #WaltWhitman #classic #literatureprint #poetry #musiclovers#Orchestra #space #Uranus #danceposter #spacewallart #print #digital #musicgift #musicprint #quoteswithfeeling #forsale #spacepoetry #spacegram #musicgram #musicteachergift #musicloversgift #orchestra #dance #dancer # http://etsy.me/2BGWMIP
I think this looks better ;) Thanks for the likes and follows!! Moon...
04/12/2017

Moon over Buenos Aires, Argentina

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@dr.leo.spaceman is the angriest elf.  #spacegram #buddy #elfontheshelf #catsofinstagram #dead
New @shopspacebling gift boxes arrived. Wonder which NASA planetary science expedition photo pendant accessories will be filling them over the next few weeks... #spaceart #supporthandmade #spacejewelry #space #spacegram #science #scienceart #stylegram #handmade #handmadejewellery #chokers #chokerstyle #necklaceset #necklaces #necklaceoftheday #packaging #branding #logo #designer #jewelrydesign
Thanks to everyone who helped me hit 100 in Planetary science accessory sales on my etsy shop!!! This is me rewarding myself for soldiering through keyword update tedium by taking the gondola that didn't mind The fact I had no intention of snowboarding or skiing my way down. Okay I would have taken the gondola even without the etsy keyword updates its so cool flying up a mountain's snow face past glittery white shrubs and pine trees; bunny tracks, deer tracks. Not as cool as fLying past Jupiter's Europa moon which the Europa clipper will do on the mid 2020s though, which is why I make planetary science accessories. Ditto Saturn's Enceladus and Titan moons. Or the Cassini spacecraft which caught great photos of the Saturn and it's moons before smashing into Saturn after two decades since all good things must come to an end. Speaking of which: FREE shipping runs through the 29th btw so if you're overseas don't miss the changes to save on something that would otherwise be quite costly. Code "CyberSpace29." Link in bio takes you directly to my shop. #womeninscience #saturn #spacejewelry #scienceart #europa #supporthandmade #snow #gondola #cybermonday #cybersunday #inspiration #inspiring #moongram #spacegram #instaspace
Thanks to everyone who helped me hit 100 in Planetary science accessory sales on my etsy shop!!! This is me rewarding myself for soldiering through keyword update tedium by taking the gondola that didn't mind The fact I had no intention of snowboarding or skiing my way down. Okay I would have taken the gondola even without the etsy keyword updates its so cool flying up a mountain's snow face past glittery white shrubs and pine trees; bunny tracks, deer tracks. Not as cool as fLying past Jupiter's Europa moon which the Europa clipper will do on the mid 2020s though, which is why I make planetary science accessories. Ditto Saturn's Enceladus and Titan moons. Or the Cassini spacecraft which caught great photos of the Saturn and it's moons before smashing into Saturn after two decades since all good things must come to an end. Speaking of which: FREE shipping runs through the 29th btw so if you're overseas don't miss the changes to save on something that would otherwise be quite costly. Code "CyberSpace29." Link in bio takes you directly to my shop. #womeninscience  #saturn  #spacejewelry  #scienceart  #europa  #supporthandmade  #snow  #gondola  #cybermonday  #cybersunday  #inspiration  #inspiring  #moongram  #spacegram  #instaspace 
Well.. looks like he won't be the only one standing soon... extending cover album work to reveal the bigger picture. 🎨💻 @natureandubuntu .
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STS-73 lifts off from Cape Canaveral on October 20, 1995. Notice how huge the clouds are; many times bigger than the Space Shuttle itself. © NASA
STS-73 lifts off from Cape Canaveral on October 20, 1995. Notice how huge the clouds are; many times bigger than the Space Shuttle itself. © NASA
The Bahamas, one of the most stunning views onboard the ISS. Photo taken by NASA astronaut Randy Bresnik (@astrokomrade).
The Bahamas, one of the most stunning views onboard the ISS. Photo taken by NASA astronaut Randy Bresnik (@astrokomrade).