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crystallizedgalaxy:

The Forgotten Beautiful Places | Rabbit38 op We Heart It http://weheartit.com/entry/59619770/via/rabbit38_com

crystallizedgalaxy:

The Forgotten Beautiful Places | Rabbit38 op We Heart It http://weheartit.com/entry/59619770/via/rabbit38_com

The Forgotten Beautiful Places | Rabbit38 on We Heart It. http://weheartit.com/entry/59619770/via/rabbit38_com

The Forgotten Beautiful Places | Rabbit38 on We Heart It. http://weheartit.com/entry/59619770/via/rabbit38_com

christinetheastrophysicist:

First Transiting Planets in a Star Cluster Discovered

All stars begin their lives in groups. Most stars, including our Sun, are born in small, benign groups that quickly fall apart. Others form in huge, dense swarms that survive for billions of years as stellar clusters. Within such rich and dense clusters, stars jostle for room with thousands of neighbors while strong radiation and harsh stellar winds scour interstellar space, stripping planet-forming materials from nearby stars.
It would thus seem an unlikely place to find alien worlds. Yet 3,000 light-years from Earth, in the star cluster NGC 6811, astronomers have found two planets smaller than Neptune orbiting Sun-like stars. The discovery, published in the journal Nature, shows that planets can develop even in crowded clusters jam-packed with stars.
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christinetheastrophysicist:

First Transiting Planets in a Star Cluster Discovered

All stars begin their lives in groups. Most stars, including our Sun, are born in small, benign groups that quickly fall apart. Others form in huge, dense swarms that survive for billions of years as stellar clusters. Within such rich and dense clusters, stars jostle for room with thousands of neighbors while strong radiation and harsh stellar winds scour interstellar space, stripping planet-forming materials from nearby stars.

It would thus seem an unlikely place to find alien worlds. Yet 3,000 light-years from Earth, in the star cluster NGC 6811, astronomers have found two planets smaller than Neptune orbiting Sun-like stars. The discovery, published in the journalĀ Nature, shows that planets can develop even in crowded clusters jam-packed with stars.

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HAHAHAHA!
Habits really do die . 
They die SO SO HARD. XD

HAHAHAHA!

Habits really do die .

They die SO SO HARD. XD

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