Thanks to Kingkong for taking part in this photo shoot.
Es tut schon echt weh, einige meiner Retro-Kinder in den Keller zu verbannen. #aua
Closest to the black hole, the gravitational light-bending becomes so excessive that we can see the underside of the disk as a bright ring of light seemingly outlining the black hole. This so-called “photon ring” is composed of multiple rings, which grow progressively fainter and thinner, from light that has circled the black hole two, three, or even more times before escaping to reach our eyes. Because the black hole modeled in this visualization is spherical, the photon ring looks nearly circular and identical from any viewing angle. Inside the photon ring is the black hole’s shadow, an area roughly twice the size of the event horizon — its point of no return.
Todo: Interstellar noch mal mit den Töchtern gucken.
On to her masters of Applied Cognitive Science (with Focus on Social Media and Communications)
I bought my last bike more than 25 years ago. Time to upgrade to one of the most beautiful bikes I know. Can’t wait to extend our discovery radius in a sustainable way.
For the first time AirPods will fit and stay in my ears. Thanks for the tip Federico!
Schöne Idee – solange die Userin oder der User nicht einen Virenbefall befürchtet. Hui…
The first images from NSF’s Inouye Solar Telescope show a close-up view of the Sun’s surface, which can provide important detail for scientists. The images show a pattern of turbulent “boiling” plasma that covers the entire Sun. The cell-like structures — each about the size of Texas — are the signature of violent motions that transport heat from the inside of the Sun to its surface. That hot solar plasma rises in the bright centers of “cells,” cools off and then sinks below the surface in dark lanes in a process known as convection.
Mit einem ausreichend kühlenden Raumauszug sieht das für mich nach einem ziemlich heißen Surf-Spot aus.
Gratulation an SpaceX. Was für ein Erfolg. Hammer.
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