Siento como si ya te conociera, siento como si ya existiera en mi destino, siento las nubes encima de mi visión, el trasfondo de el azulado feflejo.
No boya a compararte, boya a sumar tu existencia, para diluyir mi momento, jugare con tu supuesta existencia para ahogarme en tus destello celeste, tus sombras que molestan mis visiones, mis emociones. .
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No existen dios ni el diablo, sólo el camino que tomas.
La edad del universo corre por tus cromosomas.
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Alas, the journey through the core continues, but grows closer to its end. I pass through the central group of the core cluster, and discover something ravenous.
Sagittarius A* was a detected source of radiowave emissions coming from within the very center of the galaxy, and was shortly thereafter theorized to be a black hole. Of course, when those calculations were made, they did not account the horrific appearance of the monster. At 0,6 lightyears away, this was the best picture I could capture within the core, as the closer I got the more chaotic and senseless reality became. The monster is closely orbited by hundreds of giant stars, forming a bubble of powerful radiation of sorts around it, which would melt my very existence had I challenged its power. The hole spins very rapidly, dragging spacetime and a massive accretion disk along with it.
It is the father of the galaxy, but not the father one would be proud to be a child of. Its bending of spacetime causes great disturbances in reality, and even greater disbalance in the progress of time. Even at my distance, I experienced a considerable amount of time dilation. I had found my goal, I had completed my survey, and now I wish to never return.
Oh world, how lucky am I to see this?
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Water is found on many space objects of the solar system, but very often it is in the form of ice, which does not suggest the existence of life. Most likely the presence of liquid water on Europe (Jupiter’s satellite) in the form of an under-ice ocean, with less probability on Callisto and Ganymede. And also on Titan (Saturn's moon) - also in the form of under-ice water. It is also possible to have liquid water on Enceladus, which is formed due to the gravitational pull of Saturn and the friction force that arises. There are many assumptions, few facts proving the presence of liquid water. #spaceinspired#space#cosmos#nasa#lifeinthespace
#cosmos YO VI ALGO MOVERSE, en la ventana de mi vecino de en frente, seguro era la esposa de Tony (dueño de la casa), me vio que sacaba fotos y no se...medio raro levantarse a esta hora no les parece??
✨🌝 LUNAR ECLIPSE IN LEO 🌝✨ 1.20.19
We welcome Aquarius season with a Full Moon ☽
The Sun + Moon sit with the South + North Nodes respectively ~ that indicates that this is an Eclipse
Eclipse season comes equipped with changing winds. Usually, enthusiasm for inevitable change doesn’t come as easily. However, this gorgeous display makes the changes positive, fortuitous & dream-like 🌌
No wonder this Eclipse looks so beautiful 💟
We are guided to the weak links in our chain (North Node trine Chiron) 🔗
A conscious vulnerability to pain & personal traumas in turn breeds emotional strength .
Hunger for progressive & assured action keeps us on our toes for everything circulating & for potential developments that will improve our way of life (Uranus square Nodal & Sun/Moon axes) .
This peak phase is fully loaded with excitement VITALITY & positivity (Venus + Jupiter in Sag trine Mars in Aries)
The journey to fulfillment, self-worth & freedom is unobstructed & marked with rich experiences to be had & wisdom to be shared
Happy Full Moon ♡
A calm and peaceful night that induced a stellar reflection. 🌌
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Sky exposure - 3 mins (tracked), f/2.8, ISO 800.
Foreground exposure - 60 sec, f/4, ISO 1600.
Reflection exposure - 20sec, f/1.4, ISO 6400.⠀
All images were taken one after the other.
Sigma Art 50mm f/1.4, Canon 5D Mk4.
Galaxies, galaxies everywhere ✨- as far as the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope can see. This view of nearly 10,000 galaxies is the deepest visible-light image of the cosmos. Called the Hubble Ultra Deep Field, this galaxy-studded view represents a "deep" core sample of the universe, cutting across billions of light-years.
The snapshot includes galaxies of various ages, sizes, shapes, and colors. The smallest, reddest galaxies, about 100, may be among the most distant known, existing when the universe was just 800 million years old. The nearest galaxies - the larger, brighter, well-defined spirals and ellipticals - thrived about 1 billion years ago, when the cosmos was 13 billion years old.
The Ultra Deep Field observations, taken by the Advanced Camera for Surveys, represent a narrow, deep view of the cosmos. Peering into the Ultra Deep Field is like looking through a 2.5 meter-long soda straw.
In ground-based photographs, the patch of sky in which the galaxies reside (just one-tenth the diameter of the full Moon) is largely empty. Located in the constellation Fornax, the region is so empty that only a handful of stars within the Milky Way galaxy can be seen in the image.
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