14 junho 2017

Red Sprites over the Channel


Mysterious and incredibly brief, red sprites are seen to occur high above large thunderstorms on planet Earth. While they have been recorded from low Earth orbit or high flying airplanes, these dancing, lightning-like events were captured in video frames from a mountain top perch in northern France. Taken during the night of May 28, the remarkably clear, unobstructed view looks toward a multicell storm system raging over the English Channel about 600 kilometers away. Lasting only a few milliseconds, the red sprite association with thunderstorms is known. Still, much remains a mystery about the fleeting apparitions including the nature of their relation to other upper atmospheric lightning phenomena such as blue jets or satellite detected terrestrial gamma flashes.

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Where is this? Hint: the drawing shows a city around 2000 BCE.



Where is this? Hint: the drawing shows a city around 2000 BCE.

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"Drill for oil? You mean drill into the ground to try and find oil? You’re crazy."

“Drill for oil? You mean drill into the ground to try and find oil? You’re crazy.”

- Drillers that Edwin L. Drake tried o enlist for his oil-drilling project in 1859. Drake went on to drill the first successful oil well in the United States.
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Celebrating Flag Day


NASA astronaut Jack Fischer took this photograph of an American flag in one of the windows of the International Space Station's cupola, a dome-shaped module through which operations on the outside of the station can be observed and guided. Throughout NASA's history, spacecraft and launch vehicles have always been decorated with flags.

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The first country to pass daylight savings time was Germany, while fighting World War I. They wee...

The first country to pass daylight savings time was Germany, while fighting World War I. They wee mainly concerned about the amount of coal being used for lighting.

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Psychology Fiction: A Showcase of Authors Who Keep it Real

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Dúvidas de simpatias - Ele voltou, mas não para ficar

Recebemos a seguinte mensagem: 

Boa tarde tudo bem?
fiz a simpatia para o meu amor voltar no pode de mel, más o pote é de plastico a algum problema?
ontem ele veio atras mas hoje não apareceu...
a algo mais forte onde ele fique doido por mim e deixe o orgulho de lado e não tenha mais vontade de ficar com ninguem?
me ajude por favor.. 
Obrigada!!

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Simpatia do amor eterno
Amarração amorosa para unir um casal
Simpatia de amarração amorosa


Olá, desculpe a demora para responder, mas entre milhares de simpatias não encontramos a simpatia em questão. Até para lembrar de uma simpatia entre tantas publicações e detalhes muitas vezes podemos não encontrar. Teria o link dela para podermos recordar e aí responder para você?

De qualquer maneira, geralmente o que não estiver especificado no texto pode ser mudado, já se estiver especificado é indicado que seja como está na orientação do texto. Ex: Pegue um pote de mel, não está especificado o tipo de pote, então pode ser qualquer tipo. Já se está especificado o material do pote de mel, aí no caso é indicado que seja mantido o que foi solicitado.

Sobre o seu amor aparecer é indicio que a magia fez efeito, ela não precisa ser milagrosa para fazer com que a pessoa amada chegue desesperada, veja que ela lhe procurar já é um avanço. Muitas vezes as magias vão aproximar, facilitar, uma parte do retorno na relação também poderá depender de outros fatores. 

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M89: Elliptical Galaxy with Outer Shells and Plumes


Can you see them? This famous Messier object M89, a seemingly simple elliptical galaxy, is surrounded by faint shells and plumes. The cause of the shells is currently unknown, but possibly tidal tails related to debris left over from absorbing numerous small galaxies in the past billion years. Alternatively the shells may be like ripples in a pond, where a recent collision with another large galaxy created density waves that ripple through this galactic giant. Regardless of the actual cause, the featured image highlights the increasing consensus that at least some elliptical galaxies have formed in the recent past, and that the outer halos of most large galaxies are not really smooth but have complexities induced by frequent interactions with -- and accretions of -- smaller nearby galaxies. The halo of our own Milky Way Galaxy is one example of such unexpected complexity. M89 is a member of the nearby Virgo cluster of galaxies which lies about 50 million light years distant.

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