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netbilimx Net BilimX ( @netbilimx )

" Bir şey yeterince önemli olduğunda, şans senin lehine olmasa bile yaparsın. " Güneş sistemini keşfet - - - - #science #space #cosmos #universe #cosmonaut #astronaut #nasa #mars #planet #spacex #hubble #spaceman #spaceart #astro #deepspace #spacephotography #galaxy #космос #Kosmos #uzay #宇宙 #астрономия #астрофото #наука #science #научпоп #роскосмоств #spacex #nasa #cosmonot #astronaut #soyuz #netbilimx

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thesciencepie Science Pie ( @thesciencepie )

It's time to treat yourself with a book that Elon Musk recommends reading 🚀📖. We've partnered to buy 5 books to help you and your squad have the best of November by giving away some of the best books Elon musk recommends reading! 🌌 Complete the following steps to participate : 1) Like this post 👍 2) Follow @thesciencepie + @H3XA + @Sciensationist + @Sour._truth 3) Tag atleast 5 friends (more you tag more will your chances to win) 👾Bonus Entry 👾 (5 entries) : Share this post on your story and tag us. Entries are open from Monday, November 18 at 2:00 pm until Thursday, November 28, 2:00 pm. Winners will be announced on November 28 on the pages of our partners. . . . . #science #physics #chemistry #biology #stem #stephenking #blackhole #cosmology #nasa #spacex #engineering #cern #elonmusk #bookstagram #book #giveaway #maths#astrophysics #astronomy #space #planet #quantumphysics #quantummechanics #scienceporn #sciencefacts #mathematics

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chillestuniverse ChillUniverse ( @chillestuniverse )

The explosion of SpaceX's F9R Dev-1 💥⠀ ⠀ Why did the rocket explode? 🤔⠀ Because of failing control systems the rocket had to be destroyed for safety purposes. Credit: @astronomusofficial⠀ ⠀ #nightsky #elonmusk #planet #cosmology #stars #milkyway #nasa #astronomy #astronaut #space #galaxy #cosmos #nebula #universe #astrophotography #hubble #science #solarsystem #nature #spacex #iss #telescope #interstellar #nasabeyond #astrophysics #esa #constellation #neildegrassetyson #rocket #outerspace

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spacelaunchnow Space Launch Now ( @spacelaunchnow )

Looking forward to seeing more from Rocket Lab - next mission will be in late November from Launch Site One!⠀ ⠀ Get the @SpaceLaunchNow app for space news, events, and launches!

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technopost_ TECHNOPOST ( @technopost_ )

Japon H-I roketinden ayrılan katı yakıtlı 9 Castor 2 güçlendiricisine muhteşem bir bakış. Görüntüler, BS-3A iletişim uydusunun 28 Ağustos 1990’da piyasaya sürülmesinden alınmıştır. An amazing look at the 9 solid-fueled Castor 2 boosters separating from the Japanese H-I rocket. The footage is from the launch of the BS-3A communications satellite on August 28, 1990.⠀ ⠀ Credit: @astro.rocketry⠀ .⠀⠀ .⠀⠀ .⠀⠀ #RocketRundown #space #spacex #nasa #rocket #mars #aerospace #earth #solarsystem #iss #moonlanding #spaceshuttle #spacewalk #esa #science #picoftheday #blueorigin #Florida #Falcon9 #falconheavy #starship

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williamduvanel ( @williamduvanel )

Orchidxz, valeu Nayara! Agendamentos via Direct ou Whatsapp (11) 954903543 - ————— Agenda para 2035 em marte continua aberta. #spacex

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menrunway Men Suits And Lifesyle ( @menrunway )

What do you think about this?? Comment below 👇 -⠀ ▶ Follow ⠀ ▶ Follow . . . . . . . Follow 👉👉 @menrunway Share it on your story . . . credit @trendsetafashionWhat do you think about this?? Comment below 👇 -⠀ ▶ Follow @trendsetafashion ⠀ ▶ Follow @trendsetafashion . . . . . . . #dappergents #getdapper #dapperlife #menclass #dailydapper #drone #spacex #mechanical #mechanicalengineer #rapidprototyping #industrialdesign #mechatronics #elonmusk #robotics #3dprinters #3dmodel #coding #microcontroller #robotxtr #engineering #robotx

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sk_archer_2004 sk archer ( @sk_archer_2004 )

On Jupiter, hurricane-force winds blow, the speed of which can reach 500 km/h, and in adjacent bands the wind flows are directed in opposite directions. Winds blow not only in the surface layers, but also at depths up to 1000 km. The great red spot in the southern hemisphere of Jupiter is an area of high pressure in the atmosphere, a giant hurricane whose size is substantially larger than Earth. It is located 8 km from the top layer of clouds and rotates counterclockwise. The size of the spot is constantly changing, in length it occupies 24-40 thousand km, but in General the Great red spot is decreasing: in 1880 it was 2 times larger and noticeably brighter than now. #roscosmos #nasa #nasa🚀 #spacex #space #spacetime #natgeospace #falconheavy #iss #esa #spacestation #roscosmos #roscosmosofficial #moon #mars #cosmos #sun #earth #beautiful #austronaut #cosmonaut #milkyway #galaxy #photography #dream #spacesuit #astrophoto #hubble #elonmusk #outerspace #rocket #hubble

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deepsky__wonders Aditya K ( @deepsky__wonders )

My first successful attempt at International Space Station! Captured with ZWO ASI120MC camera and 8" manual dobsonian telescope from Pune city. You can see Soyuz MS-15 module docked to the left side (white dot). International space station orbits earth every 92 minutes, and travels at a speed of 7.66 kilometres per second with around 5-7 astronauts living in it! The second image shows ISS approaching and going away. . . Equipment: 8" dobsonian telescope ZWO ASI120MC planetary camera . . #astronomy #space #universe #nasa #science #astrophotography #stars #astrophysics #cosmos #galaxy #moon #milkyway #physics #photography #solarsystem #cosmology #astronomia #spacex #earth #nebula #internationalspacestation #astro #telescope #planets #nature #instagood #blackhole #iss #star #bhfyp @celestronuniverse @universetoday @europeanspaceagency @nasa @iss @optcorp @youresa @astromichaelcollins @astrophotography.india

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anaastronomia Ana Julia Ferraz 🔭🌃♥️ ( @anaastronomia )

M16 e a nebulosa da águia Um aglomerado de estrelas com cerca de 2 milhões de anos de idade, cercado por nuvens natais de poeira e gás brilhante, o M16 também é conhecido como Nebulosa da Águia. Este retrato belamente detalhado da região foi feito com dados de imagem estreita e banda larga baseados no solo. Inclui esculturas cósmicas que ficaram famosas nos close-ups do Telescópio Espacial Hubble do complexo de formação estelar. Descritas como troncos de elefante ou Pilares da Criação, colunas densas e empoeiradas que se erguem perto do centro têm anos-luz de comprimento, mas estão se contraindo gravitacionalmente para formar estrelas. A radiação energética das estrelas do aglomerado corrói o material próximo às pontas, expondo as novas estrelas incorporadas. Estendendo-se do cume de emissão brilhante na parte inferior esquerda, está outra coluna empoeirada, conhecida como Nebulosa das Fadas da Águia. O M16 fica a cerca de 7.000 anos-luz de distância, um alvo fácil para binóculos ou pequenos telescópios em uma parte rica do céu em nebulosa em direção à constelação dividida Serpens Cauda (a cauda da cobra). Direitos de imagem: Martin Pugh telescópio espacial Hubble. . . #astronomia #astronomy #nasa #correnteastronomica #universogenial #universe #space #spacex #galaxy #galaxia #stars #sky #estrelas #eua #brasil #likes #reconhecimento

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engineeringprinciples EngineeringPrinciples ( @engineeringprinciples )

Turboprop Engine...🚀🛩 . #engineering_principles .. We shall see about Turboprop Engine & it's working... 📌A turboprop engine is a turbine engine that drives an aircraft propeller. As a simple turboprop consists of an intake, compressor, combustor, turbine, and a propelling nozzle. Air is drawn into the intake and compressed by the compressor.... 📌How do turboprop engines work? The turboprop uses a gas turbine core to turn a propeller. Propeller  engines develop thrust by moving a large mass of air through a small change in velocity... Propellers are very efficient and can use nearly any kind of engine to turn the propellar.. 📌Is a turboprop a jet engine🤔? A turboprop is a jet engine with a propeller atached to the front.. 📌Which is better turboprop or jet 🤔🤔?? Turboprop aircraft were specifically designed to be the most efficient at low altitudes and slower speeds under 450 mph...which means they have access to smaller, regional airports with shorter runways...But Turbojet engines are most efficient at high speeds and high altitudes... #turboprop #turboengines #jetengines #propellars #aircrafts #engines #students #aviation #aeroplanes #pratt #whitneyhouston #worldofengineering #engineeringprinciples #interestingengineering #instagram #love #engineeringhome #india #electrical #viral #engineeringworld #mech #engineering #universities #mechanicalengineering . #virat #paytm #royalmech #spacex . 🌷If you like my posts 🌷. Follow For more 👉@engineeringprinciples . Follow For more👉@engineeringprinciples ----------------------------------------------------------------- DM for credit or removal request ( no copyright intended ) 🔗 All rights and credits reserved to the respective owner(s). Source : Internet. -----------------------------------------------------------------------

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stellarhorizons STELLAR HORIZONS / Astropics ( @stellarhorizons )

NGC 3717: A Nearly Sideways Spiral Galaxy Image Credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, Processing: D. Rosario 🌌🌌🌌🌌🌌🌌🌌🌌🌌🌌🌌🌌🌌🌌🌌🌌🌌🌌🌌🌌🌌🌌🌌🌌🌌 #nightsky #outerspaceart #milkyway #planet #cosmology #stars #nasa #astronomy #astronaut #space #galaxy #cosmos #nebula #universe #astrophotography #hubletelescope #science #solarsystem #nature #spacex #iss #telescope #interstellar #nasabeyond #astrophysics #esa #constellation #photooftheday #exploration #outerspace

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mars.dad Mars Dad ( @mars.dad )

The first person to watch Mars with a telescope was Galileo Galilei. . In the century following, astronomers discovered the planet's polar ice caps. In the 19th and 20th centuries, researchers believed they saw a network of long, straight canals on Mars, that hinted at possible civilization, although later these proved to be mistaken interpretations of dark regions they saw.

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spaceclub Space Club ( @spaceclub )

Last week’s Starlink mission by @SpaceX 🚀 • Image found on @spacexpage Photo Credit: @spacex • Explore the cosmos with @spaceclub 🌍🚀✨

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mintcourses 🌿| We Are Mint Courses ( @mintcourses )

Elon Musk; If you haven’t heard of the man, what are you doing?! Drastically changing the world for the good, bringing out revolutionary technologies in order to primarily contribute to the saving of climate change, Elon Musk doesn’t just focus on the contributing to saving of our planet. Although this takes up a large chunk of his work, specialising in this field, there is a much more in depth picture to this! Let me begin from the start, Elon Reeve Musk is a South African-born American entrepreneur and businessman who founded X.com in 1999 (which later became PayPal), SpaceX in 2002 and Tesla Motors in 2003. Musk became a multimillionaire in his late 20s when he sold his start-up company, Zip2, to a division of Compaq Computers. As CEO of SpaceX and Tesla, founder of The Boring Company, and cofounder of OpenAI, Musk seems to be everywhere all at once, pushing all kinds of incredible new technologies. He's said he won't be happy until we've escaped Earth and colonized Mars. Between space rockets, electric cars, solar batteries, research into killer robots, and the billions he's made along the way, Musk is basically a real-life Tony Stark - which is why he served as an inspiration for "Iron Man." But it wasn't always easy for Musk. Here's how he went from getting bullied in school to small-time entrepreneur to CEO of two major companies that seem like they're straight out of science fiction - and how he almost went broke along the way. Direct Message for more on Elon! (In my opinion the most magnificent human being alive) + if you haven’t read his book, then what are you doing! It breaks down every little bit of Elon’s journey to become one of the most successful individuals alive, the book is called “ELON MUSK” by Ashlee Vance! Hashtags: • #elonmusk #tesla #spacex