Brent Johnson

Mon, 20 Mar 2017 17:09:11 +0000

Organic Chemistry

    Meteors and asteroids, from Col. Chris Hadfield, International Space Station #nature #cosmology #science

    Find a Constellation DONE! Robbie found the Big Dipper completely unprompted!

    Wow. Its all in perception

    Phases of the moon

    26 fotos que te darán una mejor perspectiva sobre lo que es verdaderamente importante

    Mind blown

    The science behind the movie 'Interstellar' explained (Infographic) | ScienceDump

    I've had these musings myself sometimes! Especially about the sunrise being someone else's sunset =)

    PHD Comics: Gravitational Waves Explained

    Never got a simpler explanation.. . Quantum Physics made simple by a Pinay physicist | SciTech | GMA News Online

    Light in the universe

    Our solar system including most moons.

    Don't care what bacteria it is. It still smells good.

    Science. Greatest Scientific Theories.

    Here at FlyToDubai.co.uk we wanted to show you a visual representation of the Height of Flight, we've charted a few famous land masses, added in mushroom clouds, high altitude weather and even space flight! Why not have a closer look.

    12 Best iPhone Astronomy and Astrophotography Apps You'll Use Constantly

    Check out our 10 Facts About Mercury #Infographic! http://astronomyisawesome.com/infographics/10-facts-about-mercury/ With #Mercury being the closest planet to the Sun, it’s very difficult to send spacecraft there to visit it, gather information and relay that back to us here on Earth. Nonetheless, we compiled all we know into this awesome infographic!

    Every night you and your bed unknowingly travel 858,240 km around the Sun and 6,256,000 km around the center of the Milky Way. Sweet dreams.

    Did you know?

    Aceptar igualdades y diferencias tomando en cuenta que todos formamos parte del mismo e infinitamente pequeño sitio que llamamos hogar.

    http://www.arthursclipart.org/machines/machines/space%20suit%202.gif

    Measuring the sky, the handy way. Source: Free Astronomy Teaching Resources (Starry Night) via scienceisbeauty

    Black hole? Or wormhole in disguise? | CosmOnline