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Two active regions with their intense magnetic fields produced towering arches and spiraling coils of solar loops above them (June 29 - July 1, 2014) as they rotated into view. When viewed in extreme ultraviolet light, magnetic field lines are revealed by charged particles that travel along them. These active regions appear as dark sunspots when viewed in filtered light. Note the small blast in the upper of the two major active regions, followed by more coils of loops as the region reorganizes itself. The still was taken on June 30 at 10:33 UT.

Credit: NASA/Solar Dynamics Observatory #nasagoddard #sun #space
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nasagoddard Two active regions with their intense magnetic fields produced towering arches and spiraling coils of solar loops above them (June 29 - July 1, 2014) as they rotated into view. When viewed in extreme ultraviolet light, magnetic field lines are revealed by charged particles that travel along them. These active regions appear as dark sunspots when viewed in filtered light. Note the small blast in the upper of the two major active regions, followed by more coils of loops as the region reorganizes itself. The still was taken on June 30 at 10:33 UT.

Credit: NASA/Solar Dynamics Observatory #nasagoddard #sun #space
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7mnyyq8 واْنا اُحبكِ كي اُحب َحقيقتي
وتوهمي وترددي وظنوني
واْنا اُْحبكِ كي تطالَ قصيدتي
مُلكَ الرشيد ِوحكمة َالمأمونِ
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فالجُرح ُقد يشتاقُ للسكينِ
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sedowriku by @nasagoddard "Typhoon Neoguri -- The MODIS instrument on NASA's Terra satellite captured #Typhoon #Neoguri in the Pacific Ocean at 02:05 UTC (10:05 PM EDT) on July 6, 2014.

Typhoon Neoguri is expected to reach Okinawa early Tuesday, bringing sustained winds of 198 kilometers (123 miles) per hour and gusts up to 270 kph (168 mph), according to the Japan Meteorological Agency. The storm could be one of the strongest to hit Japan in decades, generating waves up to 14 meters (46 feet) high.

Credit: NASA/GSFC/Jeff Schmaltz/MODIS Land Rapid Response #TyphoonNeoguri #nasagoddard" via @PhotoRepost_app
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Typhoon Neoguri -- The MODIS instrument on NASA's Terra satellite captured #Typhoon #Neoguri in the Pacific Ocean at 02:05 UTC (10:05 PM EDT) on July 6, 2014.

Typhoon Neoguri is expected to reach Okinawa early Tuesday, bringing sustained winds of 198 kilometers (123 miles) per hour and gusts up to 270 kph (168 mph), according to the Japan Meteorological Agency. The storm could be one of the strongest to hit Japan in decades, generating waves up to 14 meters (46 feet) high.

Credit: NASA/GSFC/Jeff Schmaltz/MODIS Land Rapid Response #TyphoonNeoguri #nasagoddard
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by @nasagoddard "Typhoon Neoguri -- The MODIS instrument on NASA's Terra satellite captured #Typhoon #Neoguri in the Pacific Ocean at 02:05 UTC (10:05 PM EDT) on July 6, 2014.

Typhoon Neoguri is expected to reach Okinawa early Tuesday, bringing sustained winds of 198 kilometers (123 miles) per hour and gusts up to 270 kph (168 mph), according to the Japan Meteorological Agency. The storm could be one of the strongest to hit Japan in decades, generating waves up to 14 meters (46 feet) high.

Credit: NASA/GSFC/Jeff Schmaltz/MODIS Land Rapid Response #TyphoonNeoguri #nasagoddard" via @PhotoRepost_app
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nasagoddard Typhoon Neoguri -- The MODIS instrument on NASA's Terra satellite captured #Typhoon #Neoguri in the Pacific Ocean at 02:05 UTC (10:05 PM EDT) on July 6, 2014.

Typhoon Neoguri is expected to reach Okinawa early Tuesday, bringing sustained winds of 198 kilometers (123 miles) per hour and gusts up to 270 kph (168 mph), according to the Japan Meteorological Agency. The storm could be one of the strongest to hit Japan in decades, generating waves up to 14 meters (46 feet) high.

Credit: NASA/GSFC/Jeff Schmaltz/MODIS Land Rapid Response #TyphoonNeoguri #nasagoddard
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kyburrr The moon trough my telescope, everyone #moon #telescope #nasagoddard @nasagoddard 5d

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Arthur Strengthens, Moves Northward

Despite a somewhat ragged appearance on satellite imagery, Arthur has strengthened overnight. NOAA and Air Force Reserve Hurricane Hunter aircraft have found surface winds in the 45-50 kt range to the south and northeast of the center, while also finding the central pressure has fallen to about 996 mb. Arthur has begun moving steadily northward at around 5 kt. The overall track forecast reasoning remains unchanged, as the tropical cyclone should continue northward for the next 12 to 24 hours. This image was taken by GOES West at the far eastern periphery of its scan, at 1200Z on July 2, 2014.
Image credit: NOAA/NASA GOES Project #nasagoddard #weather #hurricane #TropicalStorm
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Arthur Strengthens, Moves Northward
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nasagoddard Arthur Strengthens, Moves Northward

Despite a somewhat ragged appearance on satellite imagery, Arthur has strengthened overnight. NOAA and Air Force Reserve Hurricane Hunter aircraft have found surface winds in the 45-50 kt range to the south and northeast of the center, while also finding the central pressure has fallen to about 996 mb. Arthur has begun moving steadily northward at around 5 kt. The overall track forecast reasoning remains unchanged, as the tropical cyclone should continue northward for the next 12 to 24 hours. This image was taken by GOES West at the far eastern periphery of its scan, at 1200Z on July 2, 2014.
Image credit: NOAA/NASA GOES Project #nasagoddard #weather #hurricane #TropicalStorm
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darklites REPOST FROM @nasagoddard: "Dice in Space

With a few explanatory words attached to a message to Earth, Expedition 40 Flight Engineer Reid Wiseman of NASA sent down this image of a single piece of dice floating in front of one of the windows in the Cupola of the Earth-orbiting International Space Station. Wiseman commented, "This one is just for us board game players, table top strategy gamers, (etc.) whose dice collection behaviour borders on hoarding." Credit: NASA" (via #RepostWhiz @RepostWhiz app) this is awesome! @nasagoddard #space #darklites #repost #nasagoddard #nasa #dice #earth #astronomy #boardgame #stars #planet #galaxy #solarsystem #beautiful
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ncspacegrant The Orbiting Carbon Observatory No. 2 (OCO-2), shown here attached to its booster rocket, has been declared ready for launch tomorrow by NASA from California. The satellite will measure climate change from man-made carbon emissions.
Photo Credit: NASA

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tascproject A stream of plasma burst out from the sun, but since it lacked enough force to break away, most of it fell back into the sun. This eruption was minor and such events occur almost every day on the sun and suggest the kind of dynamic activity being driven by powerful magnetic forces near the sun's surface.
Credit: NASA/Goddard/Solar Dynamics Observatory

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Free-Air Gravity Map of the Moon

This still image features a free-air gravity map of the Moon's southern latitudes developed by S. Goossens et al. from data returned by the Gravity Recovery and Interior Laboratory (GRAIL) mission.

If the Moon were a perfectly smooth sphere of uniform density, the gravity map would be a single, featureless color, indicating that the force of gravity at a given elevation was the same everywhere. But like other rocky bodies in the solar system, including Earth, the Moon has both a bumpy surface and a lumpy interior. Spacecraft in orbit around the Moon experience slight variations in gravity caused by both of these irregularities.

The free-air gravity map shows deviations from the mean gravity that a cueball Moon would have. The deviations are measured in milliGals, a unit of acceleration. On the map, purple is at the low end of the range, at around -400 mGals, and red is at the high end near +400 mGals. Yellow denotes the mean.

Credit: NASA's Scientific Visualization Studio #nasagoddard #moon #space #gravity #space
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Free-Air Gravity Map of the Moon

This still image features a free-air gravity map of the Moon's southern latitudes developed by S. Goossens et al. from data returned by the Gravity Recovery and Interior Laboratory (GRAIL) mission.

If the Moon were a perfectly smooth sphere of uniform density, the gravity map would be a single, featureless color, indicating that the force of gravity at a given elevation was the same everywhere. But like other rocky bodies in the solar system, including Earth, the Moon has both a bumpy surface and a lumpy interior. Spacecraft in orbit around the Moon experience slight variations in gravity caused by both of these irregularities.

The free-air gravity map shows deviations from the mean gravity that a cueball Moon would have. The deviations are measured in milliGals, a unit of acceleration. On the map, purple is at the low end of the range, at around -400 mGals, and red is at the high end near +400 mGals. Yellow denotes the mean.

Credit: NASA's Scientific Visualization Studio #nasagoddard #moon #space #gravity #space
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sbrocc by @nasagoddard "Free-Air Gravity Map of the Moon

This still image features a free-air gravity map of the Moon's southern latitudes developed by S. Goossens et al. from data returned by the Gravity Recovery and Interior Laboratory (GRAIL) mission.

If the Moon were a perfectly smooth sphere of uniform density, the gravity map would be a single, featureless color, indicating that the force of gravity at a given elevation was the same everywhere. But like other rocky bodies in the solar system, including Earth, the Moon has both a bumpy surface and a lumpy interior. Spacecraft in orbit around the Moon experience slight variations in gravity caused by both of these irregularities.

The free-air gravity map shows deviations from the mean gravity that a cueball Moon would have. The deviations are measured in milliGals, a unit of acceleration. On the map, purple is at the low end of the range, at around -400 mGals, and red is at the high end near +400 mGals. Yellow denotes the mean.

Credit: NASA's Scientific Visualization Studio #nasagoddard #moon #space #gravity #space" via @PhotoRepost_app
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