Un tono rojizo, llamado airglow, llena el cielo sobre el Telescopio Submilimétrico Sueco / ESO retirado (SEST) , ubicado en el Observatorio La Silla de ESO en el norte de Chile. El inconfundible resplandor verde de un cometa distante, la majestuosa Vía Láctea y las Nubes de Magallanes adornan el cielo nocturno en esta imagen panorámica equirectangular. Crédito: P. Horálek / ESO
Esta impresionante imagen muestra el centro de la Vía Láctea. está lleno de características inducidas por el polvo que obstruyen las observaciones científicas, pero se ven tan hermosas que es difícil recordarlas demasiado.
I am a faggot and i choose being one, without fear. Enunciated like this: Faggot, hot and inside: Emotional. A completely different reality coincides in me: I am also a man. Being a faggot and being a man. Having the penis, and not wanting the phallus.
Aberta a temporada de Caminhadas Históricas no Parque Estadual Alberto Loefgren, também conhecido como Horto Florestal.🌲🌳🦋🛤️ . Serão seis edições em 2019!📅🌎📣 . Programe- se e venha conhecer um pouco da história de uma das mais antigas áreas protegidas do Brasil!😎🌎🏫🐆🦋. . Uma parceria com os Amigos do @museuflorestal
When you’re the first ones done with the GPS lab activity, you have to build a snowman. Them’s the rules. I don’t make them. (Ok, maybe I do.) And when you’re the last ones done? Well, that’s likely because your instructor gave you the wrong coordinates for your last treasure.
It looks just like a regular bar chart with some dots and numbers. However, it’s another daily example of why I love studying muscle physiology. Here one of the muscle atrophy-related targets we measure displays an amazing expression pattern over a period of disuse and regrowth. The huge change between 14d and 21d (red box) coincides with the muscle beginning to regrow after atrophying. Multiple targets we are interested in display a similar pattern. - It’s another remarkable example of the plasticity of skeletal muscle 💪🏼🤓👨🏼🔬 - #muscle#health#science#research#physiology#biology#phdlife
January 23,2019 🦋🐛🦋Wednesday Me and female Monarch Butterfly ⬅️⬅️Swipe left The western monarch butterfly relies on the California landscape for both breeding and overwintering habitat. Unlike the main eastern population of monarch butterflies that migrates to central Mexico to overwinter in huge concentrated clusters, the western population migrates to the coast of California. Here they find moderated temperatures and protection from winter storms by clustering in groves of trees scattered along the coast from Mendocino County to Baja California. In the spring, adult butterflies begin to move inland feeding on flower nectar, and mating and laying eggs on a variety of milkweed plants, the sole source of food for monarch caterpillars. These individuals then die, leaving their offspring to repeat the cycle. Several generations later, the last adults produced in late summer/fall migrate to the coast of California to survive the winter in groves of trees that provide the appropriate conditions. Even though the individuals have never been there before, they somehow find their way to the same groves used by previous generations. #savethemonarchs#monarchbutterfly#chrysalis#biological#phenomenon#biology#science#garden#habitat#instagood#instamood#goodvibes#soar#cityofangels#greenthumb#insecta#superstar#beauty#beachliving#beach#manhattanbeach#hermosabeach#me#life#love#leperdopertology#ig_captures #ig_shotz