On YouTube “Starlink 100 Successfull Flights #starlinksatellite #starlink #starship #starlinkflights” watch it
October 23rd, 2020
Half Moon with halo meets the giant plant Jupiter on 24 October 2020 evening.
23/10/20 - Moon
On youtube “What is Starship "ARACUM”? #spacex #starship #aracum" watch it
Auroras in Iceland
The Milky Way over the Pacific Ocean (top) and the Big Dipper + Shooting Star (bottom)
Nikon d3500 w/ 18-55 kit lens and tripod
Settings: f/3.5, 13 seconds, 1600 iso
I had one totally clear night at the beach (and no moon!). Usually the mist rolls in shortly after sunset, but this night was lucky. I’ve only seen the Milky Way this clearly a handful of times before and the pictures I captured really don’t do it justice.
While playing with setting (the Dipper is bright enough to lock in my focus), I got lucky and caught a shooting star! I didn’t notice it until I got home and downloaded the pictures. If I print it and hang it on my wall, do I have good luck forever?
The only productive thing I’ve done today + some research about the subject eyyyyy
My teammates are such shit for this project I might cry
Blog #30 Saturday, October 24th, 2020
From science fiction to science fact, there is
a concept that suggests that there could be other universes besides our own,
where all the choices you made in this life played out in alternate realities.
The concept is known as a “parallel universe,” and is a facet of the
astronomical theory of the multiverse.
Our universe might be really, really big — but finite. Or it might be infinitely big.
Both cases, says physicist Brian Greene, are possibilities, but if the latter is true, so is another posit: There are only so many ways matter can arrange itself within that infinite universe. Eventually, matter has to repeat itself and arrange itself in similar ways. So if the universe is infinitely large, it is also home to infinite parallel universes.
Does that sound confusing? Try this:
Think of the universe like a deck of cards.
“Now, if you shuffle that deck, there’s just so many orderings that can happen,” Greene says. “If you shuffle that deck enough times, the orders will have to repeat. Similarly, with an infinite universe and only a finite number of complexions of matter, the way in which matter arranges itself has to repeat."
Greene, the author of The Elegant Universe and The Fabric of the Cosmos, tackles the existence of multiple universes in his latest book, The Hidden Reality: Parallel Universes and the Deep Laws of the Cosmos.
As vast as our Universe might be, the part that we can see, access, affect, or
be affected by is finite and quantifiable. Including photons and neutrinos, it
contains some 1090 particles, clumped and clustered together into approximately
two trillion galaxies, with perhaps another two-to-three trillion galaxies that
will reveal themselves to us as the Universe continues to expand.