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Check shwetabasuprasadteam's Instagram Chandra-Nandni makes me cry.😭💔
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Chandra-Nandni makes me cry.😭💔 #shwetabasuprasad #rajattokas #nandni #chandra #Chandni #chandranandni { @shwetabasuprasad11 @irajattokas }

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Check mckf's Instagram #AERMTG #release #aetherrevolt #chandra 4 displays opened and only two inventions :( 1432891479898033452_1240198593

#aermtg #release #aetherrevolt #chandra 4 displays opened and only two inventions :(

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Check shwetabasuprasadteam's Instagram "It would be a privilege to have my heart broken by you." 😭💔
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"It would be a privilege to have my heart broken by you." 😭💔 #shwetabasuprasad #rajattokas #nandni #chandra #Chandni #chandranandni { @shwetabasuprasad11 @irajattokas }

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Check shwetabasuprasadteam's Instagram Chandra and Nandni are goals.😆❤
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Chandra and Nandni are goals.😆❤ #shwetabasuprasad #rajattokas #nandni #chandra #Chandni #chandranandni { @shwetabasuprasad11 @irajattokas }

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Check whipper's Instagram Catch me .. won't you ? 1432803534318995970_2316226118

Catch me .. won't you ?

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Check rajattokasedits's Instagram #RajatTokas expressions speak thousands of words but we mold it the way we want😅
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#rajattokasexpressions speak thousands of words but we mold it the way we want😅 We can't stop praising so u keep listening😜💘 💚 #Flashback 😍 #rajattokas #chandraguptamaurya #cgm #chandranandni #starplus #rajjattokas #chandragupta #rajat #Chandra #samrat #samratchandragupta #चंद्र #चंद्रनंदनी #mrsexytokas #sexytokas #rajattokasedits❤️

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Check astrophysicsman's Instagram Discovering exoplanets can be difficult. The star which they orbit, whether it's a red dwarf or a star much larger than our sun, can be millions, even billions of times brighter than the planet which orbits it. Astronomers cannot detect exoplanets through direct observation, yet. Scientists use other methods, such as the radial velocity method. This method uses the Doppler effect. Imagine a police car speeding towards you with its sirens on. As the car approaches you, the pitch of the siren goes up. This is because as the police car is moving away from you, the sound waves are being compressed. As the police car moves away from you, the pitch goes down. This is because the sound waves are being stretched as the car moves away. Light, like sound, is a wave, so the same principle applies. When an object is moving towards you, its light waves are compressed. The light is shifted toward the blue side of the spectrum, so the object appears blue. If the object moves away from you, its light stretched and is shifted to the red side of the spectrum, so the object appears red. This is the Doppler effect, and scientists use it to detect planets around other stars. A planet which orbits its star gravitationally tugs on the star. As the planet orbits the star, the star swings back and forth due to the gravity of the planet. Although it would be impossible to directly observe this, scientists can determine whether a planet is orbiting the star based on its light. As the planet orbits around the star, its gravity pulls the star slightly away or towards us. So the light from the star will slightly be shifted toward the blue or red side of the spectrum. By measuring the shift in light from the star, astronomers can determine if there's a planet in orbit. Scientists can also determine how massive the planet is and how far away from its star it's located. 
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Discovering exoplanets can be difficult. The star which they orbit, whether it's a red dwarf or a star much larger than our sun, can be millions, even billions of times brighter than the planet which orbits it. Astronomers cannot detect exoplanets through direct observation, yet. Scientists use other methods, such as the radial velocity method. This method uses the Doppler effect. Imagine a police car speeding towards you with its sirens on. As the car approaches you, the pitch of the siren goes up. This is because as the police car is moving away from you, the sound waves are being compressed. As the police car moves away from you, the pitch goes down. This is because the sound waves are being stretched as the car moves away. Light, like sound, is a wave, so the same principle applies. When an object is moving towards you, its light waves are compressed. The light is shifted toward the blue side of the spectrum, so the object appears blue. If the object moves away from you, its light stretched and is shifted to the red side of the spectrum, so the object appears red. This is the Doppler effect, and scientists use it to detect planets around other stars. A planet which orbits its star gravitationally tugs on the star. As the planet orbits the star, the star swings back and forth due to the gravity of the planet. Although it would be impossible to directly observe this, scientists can determine whether a planet is orbiting the star based on its light. As the planet orbits around the star, its gravity pulls the star slightly away or towards us. So the light from the star will slightly be shifted toward the blue or red side of the spectrum. By measuring the shift in light from the star, astronomers can determine if there's a planet in orbit. Scientists can also determine how massive the planet is and how far away from its star it's located. #astronomy #astronomer #astrophysics #space #cosmos #science #physics #universe #stars #planet #astronaut #constellation #interstellar #spacetravel #outerspace #chandra #instalike #instafollow #astrobiology #nasa #hubble #telescope #galaxy #stargazing #starstuff #astrophotography #photography #amazing #hst #nasabeyond

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Check astrophysicsman's Instagram Images of planetary nebulae offer us a glimpse of the future. For one day our sun will suffer a similar fate as the dying star in this image. In an estimated 4-5 billion years, the sun will enter into the final stages of its life. 
The sun formed around 4-5 billion years ago and is currently half way through its life. The sun formed from a swirling cloud of hydrogen gas that collapsed under its own gravity. The increasing temperatures ignited nuclear fusion within the core of the forming star and the sun was born. Hydrogen within the core of the sun continues to be fused into helium, powering the star.

The sun is made mostly of hydrogen, yet helium is accumulating in the core. The sun only contains a finite amount of usable hydrogen, so eventually it will run out. Since it was born, the sun has been fighting a continues battle between two forces: gravity and the nuclear forces within the core. The gravity of the sun tries to crush it, while the nuclear forces in the core try to expand the sun. Both of these forces create a kind of equilibrium, yet it won't last forever. When the sun begins to run out of usable hydrogen, the nuclear forces weaken and the sun will begin to collapse. However, the compression of the sun will cause an increase in temperature which allows helium to be used as fuel. Helium fuses to form heavier elements, like carbon, oxygen, nitrogen, and other elements. 
The fusion of helium and other heavier elements will cause the sun to expand and cool. The sun will become many times its current size and it will cool and become red in colour. The sun will become a red giant. Through many periods of expansion and contraction, layers of heavier elements form within the sun. As the sun expands larger in size, its mass decreases and it begins to lose more material to space. The outer layers of the sun will be lost to space to form a shell of material around the sun called a planetary nebula. Meanwhile, the core of the sun will gravitationally collapse to form a white dwarf. 
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Images of planetary nebulae offer us a glimpse of the future. For one day our sun will suffer a similar fate as the dying star in this image. In an estimated 4-5 billion years, the sun will enter into the final stages of its life. The sun formed around 4-5 billion years ago and is currently half way through its life. The sun formed from a swirling cloud of hydrogen gas that collapsed under its own gravity. The increasing temperatures ignited nuclear fusion within the core of the forming star and the sun was born. Hydrogen within the core of the sun continues to be fused into helium, powering the star. The sun is made mostly of hydrogen, yet helium is accumulating in the core. The sun only contains a finite amount of usable hydrogen, so eventually it will run out. Since it was born, the sun has been fighting a continues battle between two forces: gravity and the nuclear forces within the core. The gravity of the sun tries to crush it, while the nuclear forces in the core try to expand the sun. Both of these forces create a kind of equilibrium, yet it won't last forever. When the sun begins to run out of usable hydrogen, the nuclear forces weaken and the sun will begin to collapse. However, the compression of the sun will cause an increase in temperature which allows helium to be used as fuel. Helium fuses to form heavier elements, like carbon, oxygen, nitrogen, and other elements. The fusion of helium and other heavier elements will cause the sun to expand and cool. The sun will become many times its current size and it will cool and become red in colour. The sun will become a red giant. Through many periods of expansion and contraction, layers of heavier elements form within the sun. As the sun expands larger in size, its mass decreases and it begins to lose more material to space. The outer layers of the sun will be lost to space to form a shell of material around the sun called a planetary nebula. Meanwhile, the core of the sun will gravitationally collapse to form a white dwarf. Image credit: NASA/ESA

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Check shwetabasuprasadteam's Instagram If there is no love, why do you behave rudely? Why do you get provoked every time? Isn't it love? But you've already made up your mind to call it hatred.😩💔
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If there is no love, why do you behave rudely? Why do you get provoked every time? Isn't it love? But you've already made up your mind to call it hatred.😩💔 #shwetabasuprasad #rajattokas #nandni #chandra #Chandni #chandranandni { @shwetabasuprasad11 @irajattokas }

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Check karla_segurach's Instagram This galaxy with an active galactic nucleus is seen in this image combining data from the Hubble Space Telescope and the European Southern Observatory! #Repost @nasa: It contains an example of a supermassive black hole hidden by gas and dust. Researchers analyzed NuSTAR data from this object and compared them with previous observations from our Chandra X-Ray Observatory and the Japanese-led Suzaku satellite. The findings from NuSTAR, which is more sensitive to higher energy X-rays than these observatories, confirm the nature the galaxy as an active galactic nucleus that is heavily obscured, and intrinsically much brighter than observed. Credit: ESO/NASA/JPL-Caltech/STScI #nasa #hubble #hst #astronomy #nustar #chandra #nasabeyond #galaxy #science 1432747705071032762_1770223777

This galaxy with an active galactic nucleus is seen in this image combining data from the Hubble Space Telescope and the European Southern Observatory! #repost@nasa: It contains an example of a supermassive black hole hidden by gas and dust. Researchers analyzed NuSTAR data from this object and compared them with previous observations from our Chandra X-Ray Observatory and the Japanese-led Suzaku satellite. The findings from NuSTAR, which is more sensitive to higher energy X-rays than these observatories, confirm the nature the galaxy as an active galactic nucleus that is heavily obscured, and intrinsically much brighter than observed. Credit: ESO/NASA/JPL-Caltech/STScI #nasa #hubble #hst #astronomy #nustar #chandra #nasabeyond #galaxy #science

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Check rajattokasedits's Instagram Some people are KING, no matter what character or look they get in😎👑
#RajatTokas the time we invest in changing ourselves for the best✨, make us who we are meant to be😍👑
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Some people are KING, no matter what character or look they get in😎👑 #rajattokasthe time we invest in changing ourselves for the best✨, make us who we are meant to be😍👑 THE KING TOKAS👑😉 💚 #rajattokas #chandraguptamaurya #cgm #chandranandni #starplus #rajjattokas #chandragupta #rajat #Chandra #samrat #samratchandragupta #चंद्र #चंद्रनंदनी #mrsexytokas #sexytokas #rajattokasedits💘

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Check astrophysicsman's Instagram CG4: A Ruptured Cometary Globule
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"Nevertheless I tell you the truth; It is expedient for you that I go away: for if I go not away, the Comforter will not come unto you; but if I depart, I will send him unto you."
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Can a gas cloud eat a galaxy? It's not even close. The odd looking "creature" in the center of the above photo is a gas cloud known as a cometary globule. This globule, however, has ruptured. Cometary globules are typically characterized by dusty heads and elongated tails. These features cause cometary globules to have visual similarities to comets, but in reality they are very much different. Globules are frequently the birthplaces of stars, and many show very young stars in their heads. The reason for the rupture in the head of this object is not completely known. The galaxy to the left of center is huge, very far in the distance, and only placed near CG4 by chance superposition.
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CG4: A Ruptured Cometary Globule . "Nevertheless I tell you the truth; It is expedient for you that I go away: for if I go not away, the Comforter will not come unto you; but if I depart, I will send him unto you." . Can a gas cloud eat a galaxy? It's not even close. The odd looking "creature" in the center of the above photo is a gas cloud known as a cometary globule. This globule, however, has ruptured. Cometary globules are typically characterized by dusty heads and elongated tails. These features cause cometary globules to have visual similarities to comets, but in reality they are very much different. Globules are frequently the birthplaces of stars, and many show very young stars in their heads. The reason for the rupture in the head of this object is not completely known. The galaxy to the left of center is huge, very far in the distance, and only placed near CG4 by chance superposition. . #amazing #astronomy #beauty #chandra #bible #bibletext #nasabeyond #constellation #creation #galaxy #hubble #hubbletelescope #interstellar #nature #nasa #cosmos #hubblehangout #space #universe #scripture #naturelovers #cosmology #science #hst #astrophotography #photography #astrophysics #solarsystem #cosmos #astronomer

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Check rkjewels_'s Instagram The essential role of a stylist as artist
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The essential role of a stylist as artist . #bulgari #chandra #collection #1994 #stylist #photography #model #brandi #vintagejewelry #necklace@earrings #gold #coral #lapis #porcelain #beadsphoto courtesy of BULGARI by Daniela Mascetti and Amanda Triossi, published by Abbeville Press @bulgariofficial @bulgari_us @amandatriossi #danielamascetti@abbevillepress

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Check mizz_deegreen's Instagram We have a new president with protest and marches planned around the country. However, when the spotlight dims, how do we ensure we stay with the fight, how do we keep our roots strong?? It's no coincidence that the first full moon of the new year occurs exactly one week after Inauguration Day ✨✨✨A New Moon marks the beginning of a new cycle, a fresh start in it’s cycle of waxing and waning. During this time the Moon is empty and receptive and full of potential. This is an optimum time to plant seeds of intentions for what you wish to manifest in your life. - Mystic Mamma✨✨✨ Thinking beyond that, to plant intentions for our communities, for the nation and for the world. 
Join me andddddd Beth (as she serenades us with her gong) for my first workshop of the year. Happening at And Yoga. So go to their website to register. Space is limited!! www.andyogastudios.com #yoga #workshop #newmoon #gathering #social #community #intentions #actions #roots #plantingseeds #moon #newyear #chandra #slowflow #visualization #mantra #movement #meditation #love #yogaeverydamnday #missdeeyoga #gong 1432689375800200132_277913157

We have a new president with protest and marches planned around the country. However, when the spotlight dims, how do we ensure we stay with the fight, how do we keep our roots strong?? It's no coincidence that the first full moon of the new year occurs exactly one week after Inauguration Day ✨✨✨A New Moon marks the beginning of a new cycle, a fresh start in it’s cycle of waxing and waning. During this time the Moon is empty and receptive and full of potential. This is an optimum time to plant seeds of intentions for what you wish to manifest in your life. - Mystic Mamma✨✨✨ Thinking beyond that, to plant intentions for our communities, for the nation and for the world. Join me andddddd Beth (as she serenades us with her gong) for my first workshop of the year. Happening at And Yoga. So go to their website to register. Space is limited!! www.andyogastudios.com #yoga #workshop #newmoon #gathering #social #community #intentions #actions #roots #plantingseeds #moon #newyear #chandra #slowflow #visualization #mantra #movement #meditation #love #yogaeverydamnday #missdeeyoga #gong

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Check yanczal's Instagram Deepest-Ever X-ray Image

Astronomers at the winter meeting of the American Astronomical Society unveiled the "deepest" X-ray image ever made: a 7-million-second exposure of a patch of sky about two-thirds the size of the full Moon, gathered by NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory during 102 pointing sessions between 1999 and 2016. Most dots in this image are supermassive black holes at the centers of galaxies billions of light-years away.

Interesting conclusions

Supermassive black holes: - they're not growing continuously from the moment they're born,
- they probably didn't start as stellar mass objects,
- the seeds for them might have formed from the direct collapse of massive clouds of gas in the early universe,
- connection between growth rates of star formation and sbh appears to be a secondary effect,
- more massive galaxies appear to be more efficient in feeding their central black holes.

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http://www.skyandtelescope.com/astronomy-news/longest-ever-x-ray-image/team

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Deepest-Ever X-ray Image Astronomers at the winter meeting of the American Astronomical Society unveiled the "deepest" X-ray image ever made: a 7-million-second exposure of a patch of sky about two-thirds the size of the full Moon, gathered by NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory during 102 pointing sessions between 1999 and 2016. Most dots in this image are supermassive black holes at the centers of galaxies billions of light-years away. Interesting conclusions Supermassive black holes: - they're not growing continuously from the moment they're born, - they probably didn't start as stellar mass objects, - the seeds for them might have formed from the direct collapse of massive clouds of gas in the early universe, - connection between growth rates of star formation and sbh appears to be a secondary effect, - more massive galaxies appear to be more efficient in feeding their central black holes. full article: http://www.skyandtelescope.com/astronomy-news/longest-ever-x-ray-image/team #amazing #astronomy #beauty #esa #constellation #creation #galaxy #interstellar #nature #cosmos #space #universe #scripture #naturelovers #cosmology #science #hubble #star #nebula #nasa #amazing #astronomy #beauty #creation #chandra #blackhole #xray #supermassive #deepfield #sky

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