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Easy way to understand the concept of dimensions and how the universe even started to exist

Easy way to understand the concept of dimensions and how the universe even started to exist

Thousands of colourful galaxies swimming in the inky blackness of space — ESA/Hubble Picture of the Week. Credit: NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration, ESA - European Space Agency and the HST Frontier Fields team (STScI) Acknowledgement: Judy Schmidt (Geckzilla) Read more here: http://socsi.in/71lvG

Thousands of colourful galaxies swimming in the inky blackness of space — ESA/Hubble Picture of the Week. Credit: NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration, ESA - European Space Agency and the HST Frontier Fields team (STScI) Acknowledgement: Judy Schmidt (Geckzilla) Read more here: http://socsi.in/71lvG

Juno on Jupiter's Doorstep: NASA's Juno spacecraft obtained this color view on June 21 2016 at a distance of 6.8 million miles (10.9 million kilometers) from Jupiter. Juno will arrive at Jupiter on July 4. As Juno makes its initial approach the giant planet's four largest moons -- Io Europa Ganymede and Callisto -- are visible.

Juno on Jupiter's Doorstep: NASA's Juno spacecraft obtained this color view on June 21 2016 at a distance of 6.8 million miles (10.9 million kilometers) from Jupiter. Juno will arrive at Jupiter on July 4. As Juno makes its initial approach the giant planet's four largest moons -- Io Europa Ganymede and Callisto -- are visible.

Infographic and video from PHD Comics explaining what gravitational waves are and why they are important.

Infographic and video from PHD Comics explaining what gravitational waves are and why they are important.

Nasa's Juno probe has captured one of a number of huge spinning storms which appear as pearl-white spots in Jupiter's atmosphere (pictured top left)

Nasa's Juno probe has captured one of a number of huge spinning storms which appear as pearl-white spots in Jupiter's atmosphere (pictured top left)

L'étoile KIC 8462852, qu'on soupçonne depuis un an d'être la victime d'une mégastructure extraterrestre, perd encore de la lumière. Incompréhensible.

L'étoile KIC 8462852, qu'on soupçonne depuis un an d'être la victime d'une mégastructure extraterrestre, perd encore de la lumière. Incompréhensible.

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