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Stardust in the Perseus Molecular cloud


Clouds of stardust drift through this deep skyscape. The cosmic scene spans nearly 2 degrees across the Perseus molecular cloud some 850 light-years away. A triangle of dusty nebulae reflecting light from embedded stars is captured in the telescopic field of view. With a characteristic bluish color reflection nebula NGC 1333 is at left, vdB13 at bottom right, and rare yellowish reflection nebula vdB12 lies at the top. Stars are forming in the Perseus molecular cloud, though most are obscured at visible wavelengths by the pervasive dust. Still, hints of contrasting red emission from Herbig-Haro objects, the jets and shocked glowing gas emanating from recently formed stars, are evident in NGC 1333. At the estimated distance of the molecular cloud, legs of the triangle formed by the reflection nebulae would be about 20 light-years long.

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Prece a Iemanjá

Conheça uma prece a Iemanjá Prece a Iemanjá - Quero conquistar um amor“Oh! Iemanjá, sereia do mar. Canto doce, acalanto dos aflitos. Mãe do mundo, tenha piedade de nós. Benditas são as bênçãos que vêm do teu reino. Meu coração e minha alma se abrem para receber as suas bênçãos. Mãe que protege, que sustenta, que leva embora toda a dor. Mãe dos Orixás, mãe que cuida e zela pelos filhos e os

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Oração para dormir bem

Oração para dormir bem Senhor, em nome de Jesus Cristo, estou aqui em Tua presença, Sei que a insônia vem de algum tipo de ansiedade, afobação etc. Senhor, sonda o meu coração, sonda minha vida E tira de mim tudo aquilo que me deixa com ansiedade e que atrapalha o meu sono! Senhor, muitas pessoas pedem carro, casa e dinheiro, Mas a única coisa que te peço é que eu poça dormir bem e dormir em

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Is Same-Sex Marriage Legal In the European Union?

Turns out, the answer is… maybe? Depending on where in the EU you are talking about? Here is an animated map of the legal history of same-sex marriage in Europe

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Working alone in his fields on June 8, 1948, Saskatchewan...



Working alone in his fields on June 8, 1948, Saskatchewan farmer Cecil George Harris accidentally put his tractor into reverse. It rolled backward, pinning his left leg under the rear wheel. His wife didn’t find him until 10:30 that night, and he died at the hospital. Days later, surveying the scene of the accident, neighbors noticed that Harris had scratched an inscription into the tractor’s fender using his pocketknife: In case I die in this mess, I leave all to the wife. Cecil Geo Harris. The courts determined this to be a valid will. The fender was kept at the Kerrobert Courthouse until 1996; today it and the knife are displayed at the University of Saskatchewan law library.

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A Dutch pirate in the 1600s, Laurens de Graaf was a gentleman’s...



A Dutch pirate in the 1600s, Laurens de Graaf was a gentleman’s outlaw. He was seen traveling with violins or trumpets, which he knew how to play to entertain himself and his men. de Graaf is known to have started out law-abiding, then becoming a pirate when he lost his job on one ship and was shortly captured by pirates. Although sources differ about what exactly happened. Some say he was captured by the Spanish as a prisoner or slave, sent to Spain’s property in the Americas as punishment, and then turned to piracy.

Does not really matter, because the important thing is de Graaf ended up in the Caribbean. He took his most famous ship, the Tigre, who began its life as a 24-gun Spanish man-of-war. For decades, Laurens de Graaf and his pirate crew raided Spanish and English garrisons and settlements all around the Gulf of Mexico with forays even further south. Even with a number of pirate-hunters sent after him, de Graaf was never captured, eventually retiring to the southern United States, where he is believed to have died.

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January 14th 1953: Josip Broz Tito inauguratedOn this day in...





January 14th 1953: Josip Broz Tito inaugurated

On this day in 1953, Josip Broz Tito was inaugurated as the first President of Yugoslavia. Born as Josip Broz to a poor Croatian family, he served in World War One, and was introduced to communism while in a Russian prisoner of war camp. The ideology struck a chord with the young Croat, and Broz became involved in the Bolshevik revolution in Russia. Once he returned to Croatia (now part of the new Yugoslavia), he promptly joined the newly created Communist Party of Yugoslavia, which was driven underground by a government crackdown. It was soon after his release from prison in 1934 that he began using the name Tito for underground party work. In 1939, he became the party’s Secretary-General, largely due to support for him in Moscow. During World War Two, and after the Axis occupation of Yugoslavia began in 1941, Tito became leader of the Partisan resistance movement in the country. The Partisan units took the offensive against the Axis forces, led by Nazi Germany, and aimed to establish communist communities; the movement was one of the most effective resistance efforts during the war. After the war, Tito emerged as the leader of a united, Communist, Yugoslav republic. The monarchy was abolished in 1945, thus beginning a dictatorship that would last over 25 years. Tito formally became president at a time when his government was cut off from the Soviet Union after a break with Stalin, and was increasingly aligning with the West. He eventually chose a course of non-alignment, and in this joined with the Indian, Egyptian, and Indonesian governments during the Cold War. Tito ruled Yugoslavia until his death on May 4th, 1980. Without Tito as a unifying presence, tensions soon arose among the Yugoslav nations, and the country descended into civil war in the early 1990s, which resulted in the breakup of the country.

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TODAY IN THE HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGYVisit –>...



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