08 junho 2017


PARA ALCANÇAR UMA GRAÇAHá alguns santos que, segundo a sabedoria popular, se especializaram em causas impossíveis ou problemas difíceis. Aqueles que, com fé e determinação, confiaram neles, foram atendidos e receberam a graça desejada.Se você precisa de algo realmente difícil, faça uma novena a Nossa Senhora do Desterro, sempre no mesmo horário do dia, acendendo uma vela branca e rezando um

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M27 Not a Comet

While hunting for comets in the skies above 18th century France, astronomer Charles Messier diligently kept a list of the things he encountered that were definitely not comets. This is number 27 on his now famous not-a-comet list. In fact, 21st century astronomers would identify it as a planetary nebula, but it's not a planet either, even though it may appear round and planet-like in a small telescope. Messier 27 (M27) is an excellent example of a gaseous emission nebula created as a sun-like star runs out of nuclear fuel in its core. The nebula forms as the star's outer layers are expelled into space, with a visible glow generated by atoms excited by the dying star's intense but invisible ultraviolet light. Known by the popular name of the Dumbbell Nebula, the beautifully symmetric interstellar gas cloud is over 2.5 light-years across and about 1,200 light-years away in the constellation Vulpecula. This spectacular color image incorporates broad and narrowband observations recorded by the 8.2 meter Subaru telescope.

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When Were Dogs Domesticated

It’s a harder question than you think! New archaeology research suggests it was earlier than previously believed, pushing the domestication of dogs back to which date?

53,000 years ago

47,000 years ago

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Watching a Volatile Stellar Relationship

In biology, “symbiosis” refers to two organisms that live close to and interact with one another. Astronomers have long studied a class of stars – called symbiotic stars – that co-exist in a similar way. Astronomers are gaining a better understanding of how volatile this close stellar relationship can be.

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As Welsh privateer Henry Morgan approached the San Lorenzo Fort...

As Welsh privateer Henry Morgan approached the San Lorenzo Fort at the mouth of Panama’s Chagres River in 1671, several of his ships wrecked against the Lajas Reef, including Morgan’s flagship Satisfaction. Morgan’s ships ran afoul of a shallow reef and rough waves, on the way to raid Panama City in response to a Spanish attack on English Jamaica. Recently six cannons from one of those shipwrecks were raised.

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