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The wait is over! Our debut article, “Colonizing Mars”, is out now! Click the link in our bio or view our story to read it! Comment your thoughts on our article down below, and we can have a discussion. The article features @spacepostsdaily , @teflon

  • Cara v6 sao loucos se acha que ta rui morar na terra onde tem tudo , imagina em marte, mentes de ervilhas, deixem de burrice, se der certo qual a vantagem de estar em um lugar onde nao se pode nem respirar ser ajuda de roupas especiais, vao ser burro pra la man.

  • Vitamin D deficiency.

🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔 [Heavy sarcasm] We were wrong all this while. We at Meteoramedia have come to believe that Earth is indeed FLAT. It's not a sphere, anything like that said by us is a big fat lie. We stand corrected that Earth is flat, it makes complete 100% s

If we melted the ice on Mars’ North Pole, this is what the planet could look like. Since terraforming Mars would likely take thousands of years, some people such as Elon Musk have suggested sending Nukes there in order to speed up the process. By do

  • @markkalaj

  • @kitequintin I remember someone talking about using nukes to start the molten core of Mars rotating like ours… So that it would create a Martian magnetosphere. That would be the only reason I could agree with for using nukes on Martian terraforming… As to melting the polar ice caps to spread water everywhere and also thicken up the atmosphere, we should use many many square miles of mirrored film to collect the dim sunlight and focus it on to Mars. We can warm it up inexpensively this way, gain a tremendous psychological boost from in earth like level of sunlight… And also boost the ability of all solar power usage.

@meteoramedia : Do you see it? That’s the International Space Station (@iss ) transiting the Sun! This is a two-image composite, combining a picture of the station transiting the sun, and another capturing details of the Sun’s surface. @space_time_fac

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A lot of people don’t know about the history of humans vs Venus. Every “surface of Venus” picture you’ve seen that wasn’t like this picture, is fake. It’s either computer generated, or a picture of the Martian surface. Another crazy fact is that this

Can’t get enough of these space walk videos? Join the club! This is NASA astronaut Randy Bresnik recording his spacewalk with a GoPro camera on Oct. 20, 2018. Bresnik reflected on the quiet moment, saying: "Sometimes on a #spacewalk , you just have t

・・・ North America compared to the surface of Mars! This’ll give you a perspective on the size of the planet. Mars is actually the second smallest planet, only bigger than Mercury! Check us out (@jot.galaxy ️) for more Astronomy content! #space #sci

  • I didn't realize it was that small!

  • Or also a graphic desvrpition of the north america ecological foot print in the world

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What if Humans could live in 5 dimensions? Of course, being used to living in 3 dimensions and only sometimes being able to make judgements in 4, then it might come as far-fetched. Many Sci-Fi films and TV shows have played on this 5 dimensional idea

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  • Quite possible, its a damn big universe ,out of the reach of humanity and there must exist kind of life that we can not even imagine ..!!

That’s right! Even with our incredibly deep oceans that take up over 70% of our planets surface, we still don’t have the most water in the solar system. Europa, a moon of Jupiter, and Titan, a moon of Saturn, both are presumed to have unbelievably de

  • If you love astronomy, please help me out and give my new astronomy account a follow. Daily postings on everything we love about space🛰🚀💫

  • @jackity_jacky_jack_4 it's the amount of water on the planet

Posted @withrepost@meteoramedia . Today, Friday September 13, is a special occasion! Not only is it the last Friday the 13th before Halloween, but tonight you’ll be able to see a full moon! This is a pretty rare occasion, considering it won’t happ

Today, Friday September 13, is a special occasion! Not only is it the last Friday the 13th before Halloween, but tonight you’ll be able to see a full moon! This is a pretty rare occasion, considering it won’t happen again until 2049, 30 years from no

  • I did LSD that night. T’was good

  • Motivation quotes for your day to start off great or end great. Check out and read the quotes @playboimatrix

#repost @meteoramedia (@get_repost ) ・・・ Its size and surface gravity are much larger than Earth’s, and its radiation environment may be hostile, but a distant planet called K2-18b has captured the interest of scientists all over the world. For the fi

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Its size and surface gravity are much larger than Earth’s, and its radiation environment may be hostile, but a distant planet called K2-18b has captured the interest of scientists all over the world. For the first time, researchers have detected wate

Так выглядит наша Земля ночью! Сказачно красива, правда?... Всем спокойной ночи и добрых снов!...@meteoramedia What does Earth at night look like from the @iss ? Well, it looks like this! Did you know that astronauts aboard the International Space St

  • Верите, что земля не круглая? 🤔

  • @oleg12121965 ⁉️😁

SpaceX has become a staple in the Space & Engineering community for a reason. The way they revolutionized modern space flight so quickly is historical. With a price tag of $90 million on average per flight, SpaceX not only has more wiggle room should

  • But for war we have enough money. The humans are so dick.

  • @pansylvanian No, it’s saying that government is a much slower process because it needs approval from different sectors. Whereas private just needs the funding and the the green light Is given as soon as the CEO says so.

Well, that’s kind of embarrassing The Kardashev scale is a method of measuring a civilization's level of technological advancement, based on the amount of energy a civilization is able to use for communication, proposed by Russian astrophysicist Niko

  • @mr__enthusiastic__ chup be google ka itna use nhi karte😂

  • @mr__enthusiastic__ piyush goyal version 2😂

Can’t get enough of these space walk videos? Join the club! This is NASA astronaut Randy Bresnik recording his spacewalk with a GoPro camera on Oct. 20, 2018. Bresnik reflected on the quiet moment, saying: "Sometimes on a #spacewalk , you just have t

  • @simone_di_sabatino you obviously don't either 😂 check out @in_star_gram_firmament

  • Did annyone felt dizzy?? 😍

Here’s your depressing fact of the day. 96% of the universe is made up of dark matter and dark energy, two “things” which the world’s best physicists and astronomers can’t see, detect, or even begin to understand. All the galaxies, stars, planets, a

  • So actually it's 96% fiction? So why call it dark and black for something so beautiful ?

  • Dark matter, Zwicky coined the phrase in the 30’s. The last big unknown was called the aether in the Middle Ages. Slow steps!

#repost @meteoramedia (@get_repost ) ・・・ For the entirety of September, the Milky Way will be the most visible and captivating it’s been all year. If you have a chance sometime during the month of September, take a drive or hike away from the city at

  • @infinity_seeker96 yaa.. summer arm is the best ....also this is the best time to photograph Vertical Summer arm...in Southern direction with beautiful landscape

  • @arunsiddharthjr South around 10 pm.. vertical with landscape..try that

What does Earth at night look like from the @iss ? Well, it looks like this! Did you know that astronauts aboard the International Space Station experience a sunrise/sunset every 90 minutes? Comment below to take a guess where this is flying over.

  • Sorry I'm not good at english , why do satellites disappear during a live Iss ??

  • @kemetian95 @meteoramedia

For the entirety of September, the Milky Way will be the most visible and captivating it’s been all year. If you have a chance sometime during the month of September, take a drive or hike away from the city at night, away from all light pollution. Lo

  • Do you happen to know why September is the best month?

  • But it's not great since there's light pollution and haze here in Malaysia :(

The amount of beneficial research that’s been done over the last 50-100 years is unbelievable. We have learned so much about us, how we were created, where we live, and it’s only a matter of time until we find out why we started in the first place.

This is a stunning image of the moon for the International Observe the Moon Night (InOMN), which is an annual event that encourages people to look up and observe the Moon. This image was taken from the International Space Station. Image Credit: NAS

Say YES to new adventures. Marvelous views in Meteora, Greece ️⠀ : @bytrifonas#travelwithbaitportal #baitportal

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This is Lockheed Martin’s “Mars Base Camp”, their vision for sending humans to Mars in about a decade. The concept is to transport astronauts from Earth, via the Moon, to a Mars-orbiting Science laboratory. What do you think of their plan? Image Cre

  • I think that I would like to be part of the crew !!! The Ultimate Life Project!!!

  • Can they please take #flateaethers

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Only a few months ago, we got to witness the first ever real picture of a black hole. This one advancement in science has and will inspire many such advancements in the future. Goes to show how far we have come. Are you excited for the future of spac

  • Cool

  • Do u know what exactly a Black hole is? It is a massive curvature of space-time (the fabric which binds the universe) And its gravitational pull is so strong that even light at the fastest possible physical speed also can't pass through it......Through or over it To it's singularity (a point in the center of the black hole which has infinite density and infinite mass)

A beautiful depiction of humans colonizing Mars. There will be a lot of groundwork that would need to be done before humans can finally call Mars their home. Starting with the atmosphere and dwellings to the power plants, sewage systems, and many mor

[swipe left] Europa, one of Jupiter’s Galilean Moons, is known for potentially harbouring more water than on Earth. With all this water on Europa, its geothermal activity (and thus a potential for life) is prompting some scientists at NASA to conside

  • Titan because it has a thick atmosphere and water is more like the earth.

  • Europa

#repost @meteoramedia • • • • • • It is quite literally easier to get humans to Mars, than to get to the core of our Earth. With that being said, it isn’t very far-fetched to assume we’ll never get a good look at the Earth’s core for thousands of yea

Reposted from @meteoramedia - Climate change is starting to get pretty scary, and we’re passed the point of no return. CO2 levels are expected to rise so much in the coming years, that the global temperature will increase by a rate of 1.5°C. It’s to

Climate change is starting to get pretty scary, and we’re passed the point of no return. CO2 levels are expected to rise so much in the coming years, that the global temperature will increase by a rate of 1.5°C. It’s too late to reduce that number. Y

Climate change is starting to get pretty scary, and we’re passed the point of no return. CO2 levels are expected to rise so much in the coming years, that the global temperature will increase by a rate of 1.5°C. It’s too late to reduce that number. Y

What would happen, hypothetically, if a black hole appeared out of nowhere next to Earth? The same gravitational effects that produced spaghettification would start to take effect here. The edge of the Earth closest to the black hole would feel a muc

  • @greyypilgrimm You somehow managed to drag politics into this post. Thanks a ton, really needed this 🤡

  • We will all be killed instantly

This digital black hole art catches my attention every time I see it. Honestly, forget the caption — just let your imagination run wild with this one. Credit: Unknown. Check us out (@meteoramedia ️) to learn more about our movement! #space #science

  • Even light can't get out of it

  • It is beautiful and terrifying

Do you think humanity will ever get to a point like this? A point where we can build futuristic space ships like the one shown above, and explore exo planets all over the galaxy? I think we can, as long as we get our priorities straight. What about y

  • Saçma bir itiraf sayfası değiliz. Paylaştığımız itiraflar dünyanın sırları.

  • If we stop screwing up our own planet

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🧠 It is quite literally easier to get humans to Mars, than to get to the core of our Earth. With that being said, it isn’t very far-fetched to assume we’ll never get a good look at the Earth’s core for thousands of years to come. . follow me :  @than

This is a photograph of Bruce McCandless on his untethered spacewalk outside of the Space Shuttle! An untethered Space walk means that the astronaut on EVA is not attached to the space station or shuttle in any way. This is dangerous (for obvious rea

  • Oyunlar, filmler ve birçok şeyde mesajlar gizli öğrenmek için sayfama gel

  • USA🇺🇸USA🇺🇸USA🇺🇸

What you’re seeing is a beautiful photograph of Venus transiting the Sun over the Black Sea. While technically an eclipse, it isn’t our Moon, therefore it’s categorized as a transit. This looks surreal, the Solar system is jaw dropping! Credit: @bos

“Chasing the lunar eclipse blood moon in -19°C” @oos_photography. This is a REAL photo of the March blood moon taken in Finland! For some reason, the winter background just adds so much more “awe” to this photograph. I might be a bit biased (I absol

Watch my latest Feature Movie " The Horror of Making My Film " Now on Amazon Prime Videos. Link in my Bio ... .... It is quite literally easier to get humans to Mars, than to get to the core of our Earth. With that being said, it isn’t very far-fetch

How many of these names do you recognize? These people arguably pioneered modern science. This photo was taken in 1927 at the Solvay Conference. 17 out of the 29 attendees won Nobel prizes for their work in science. Image credit: @scienceuniversal

This is the average temperature of some of the rocky bodies in our solar system. Keep in mind that the temperatures experience large fluctuations, and this is just the average. There’s also a hint here for which planet will be featured on next weeks

Do you see it? That’s the International Space Station (@iss ) transiting the Sun! This is a two-image composite, combining a picture of the station transiting the sun, and another capturing details of the Sun’s surface. Follow us @crazycool.science #

“Chasing the lunar eclipse blood moon in -19°C” @oos_photography. This is a REAL photo of the March blood moon taken in Finland! For some reason, the winter background just adds so much more “awe” to this photograph. I might be a bit biased (I absol

Earth’s beautiful noctilucent clouds seen from space. "When methane makes its way into the upper atmosphere, it is oxidized by a complex series of reactions to form water vapor. In other words, more methane means more moisture high up. This extra wa

This is the average temperature of some of the rocky bodies in our solar system. Keep in mind that the temperatures experience large fluctuations, and this is just the average. There’s also a hint here for which planet will be featured on next weeks

  • @rabil129 living there for a while too, our bodies would adapt to the cold. We can still evolve ya know

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Where would that train be taking you? 🤔Images like these are completely badass. I love when people send me edits like this, the nostalgiac feeling behind them is what drives me to provide so much content in the first place! Want me to post your artwo

Why are there no stars in most space images? Excellent question. There are a few questions that we get all the time at The Planetary Society. Look up at space at night from a dark location and you can see innumerable stars. Why, then, do photos of th

How many of these names do you recognize? These people arguably pioneered modern science. This photo was taken in 1927 at the Solvay Conference. 17 out of the 29 attendees won Nobel prizes for their work in science. Image credit: @scienceuniversal.

  • Actually only Einstein Bohr and Curie

  • and i dont even have enough iq to know them all. i dont know anybody at this pic.

This is definitely a Wow worthy image if the Sun! . Thanks, @meteoramedia . This photo of the sun is highlighted by solar wind, which is a stream of electrically charged particles blowing out from the sun. It almost looks like an egg cell! #space #s

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Interesting fact post by @theunknownworld113 that’ll catch some people off guard. Pluto’s surface area is actually smaller than that of Russia. One of the reasons it got demoted to a dwarf planet is because it’s too small to keep an object in its orb

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