⚜️DESTINY NUMBER 5⚜️ Your Destiny number reflects your karmic debts and tasks. It determines the initial encoding of your bioenergy matrix. ⬅️To learn how to calculate your Destiny number swipe left! 5 is controlled by Mercury, which gives people softness, kindness, wisdom, intuition, insight, happiness, care, and luck. These people are so lucky that they can even get wealthy through winning the lottery, inheritance or risky business! Besides that, Mercury makes people logical, rational and systematic. They can easily become pioneers and innovators in any field. Mercury also gives its “children” recognition of achievements in work. These people are attractive, optimistic, and very successful in love affairs. Often people with destiny number 5 live long abroad. Mercury is the patron of travelers and all intellectuals in general, such as artists, teachers, lecturers, writers, politicians, astrologers, psychologists, and consultants. Therefore people with destiny number 5 may succeed in these professions. Karmic lessons: 1. Develop your inner wisdom. 2. Don’t make promises you can’t keep. 3. Don’t think badly of people. 4. Learn to listen to people and try to understand the meaning of what they say. 5. When communicating with people, remember that you should not constantly think about how to benefit from this communication. Remember, Mercury likes gratitude and good mood. 6. You need to constantly work over your serenity and prudence. 7. Do not impose your ideas on other people. 8. In your eloquence do not cross the line between keeping people interested and enslavement. 9. Control your anger! Remember that anger may lead you to impulsive actions that will make you act selfishly and unwisely, in spite of everyone else. 10. Work in any field that requires speech activity. Usually, it is the karma of writers, journalists, actors, advertising or public relations workers. . #vedicastrology#jyotish#jyotishastrology#vedicnumerology#numerology
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Messier 102 (M102), also known as the Spindle Galaxy, is an edge-on lenticular galaxy located in the northern constellation Draco. The Spindle Galaxy lies at a distance of 50 million light years from Earth and has an apparent magnitude of 10.7. It has the designation NGC 5866 in the New General Catalogue. The galaxy occupies an area of 4.7 by 1.9 arc minutes of apparent sky, corresponding to a linear extension of about 60,000 light years. It is very difficult to see with binoculars, but easily visible in small telescopes, which show a thin, nebulous patch under good conditions 4-inch telescopes show a bright elliptical nebulous patch with a brighter core, while 6-inch and 8-inch instruments reveal a halo of light and hints of the galaxy’s dark dust lane. Larger telescopes show the galaxy’s well-defined bright centre and more details of its structure. The Spindle Galaxy can be found east of the Big Dipper, in the southern part of Draco. It is located 4 degrees southwest of the magnitude 3.3 red giant star Iota Draconis, in the direction of Alkaid, Eta Ursae Majoris, the star that marks the tip of the Big Dipper‘s handle. The best time of year to observe M102 is during the spring. Observers north of latitude 35N can see the galaxy throughout the year as it is circumpolar and never sets below the horizon. 📷NASA, ESA, and The Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA)
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Amazing news- Nepal’s very own 1st ever satellite NepaliSat-1 You might have seen or heard bout this by now that Nepal, on Thursday successfully launched its first satellite into the space. It was developed by two Nepalese scientists Aabhas Maskey and Hariram Shrestha, in Japan under BIRDS project; for their institute. NepaliSat-1 weighs 1.3 kg and has very limited capabilities. Nepal Academy of Science and Technology(NAST) has invested only Rs 20 million for this satellite. It’s a low orbit satellite which will be in the 400-km distance from the Earth's surface. It will be stationed at the International Space Station for a month and then it will be sent to orbit the earth, according to NAST. The satellite will take photographs on a regular basis to gather geographical information of the country. This opens up huge gateway for the future space ventures in Nepal. This is a humble beginning n hope it don’t stop here. Let’s go🗣💯 #space#satellite#nepal#cosmos#stellar#interstellar#science#astronomy#orbit#nepalisat1#technology#earth#atmosphere#nast#nepali#instagram#news#education#study#himalaya#geography#stars#sun#planets
Creating little moons on some 3x3 back stapled canvases 🌖 I’ll have nine total when I’m finished, I’ll update with the next three in a few hours 😊 Happy painting!🎨 #paint#painting#acrylic#acrylicpaintings#galaxies#galaxy#star#stars#brush#canvas#matte#starrynight#galaxypainting#galaxyphoto#galaxypaintings#acrylicgalaxy#art#artist#painter#paints#windsorandnewton#miniart#magnet#canvaspainting#canvas#miniature#galaxymini#planets#moons#moon#planet
COLLABORATION  . . I'm so excited to finally show off my first collaboration with the incredible @brellias ! This dude has been a huge inspiration to me and I couldn't be happier with how our first collab came out. Go check the young space boi out, you dont wanna miss out!