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Earth's Magnetosphere Behaves Like a Sieve #space #science

ESA’s quartet of satellites studying Earth’s magnetosphere, Cluster, has discovered that our protective magnetic bubble lets the solar wind in under a wider range of conditions than previously believed.Earth’s magnetic field is our planet’s first lin.

Earth’s magnetic field provides vital protection / Cluster / Space Science / Our Activities / ESA

Earth’s proper distance from the Sun, thick water-rich atmosphere, availability of abundant amount of oxygen and liquid surface water are the properties that make Earth, a life sustainable pl…

A brain-imaging method called diffusion MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) is relatively new to the field of neuroscience, though it shows promise as a diagnostic tool. Here, an image taken from the brain of a patient who suffered a stroke in the thalamus and midbrain, resulting in damage to certain axons (some are visible at the bottom of the image). Credit: Henning U. Voss and Nicholas D. Schiff, 2008.

Inside the Brain: A Photo Journey Through Time

Diffusion MRI image of a patient who has suffered a stroke in the thalamus. This has resulted in major disruptions to certain axon tracts, some of which are visible at the bottom of the figure.

Earth's Core & Magnetic Field. #science #energy #magnet #earth

Earth's Core & Magnetic Field. #science #energy #magnet #earth

Einstein Ring  The universe is playing horseshoes—thanks to a warping effect of gravity predicted by Einstein.    A newly released picture from the Hubble Space Telescope shows a red, massive galaxy surrounded by a partial blue ring. This cosmic horseshoe is actually a very distant galaxy whose light has been magnified and distorted by the strong gravitational pull of the red galaxy in the foreground.    Such Einstein rings are rare because they require a precise alignment of galaxies, as…

“ just—space: “ An “Einstein Ring”or gravitational lensing at work: the blue galaxy is behind the yellow galaxy but we can see it because the light from the far galaxy gets wrapped around by.

Watch a video of a Monarch butterfly as it hatches from its chrysalis. Also see monarch migration to Mexico.

Watch a video of a Monarch butterfly as it hatches from its chrysalis. Also see monarch migration to Mexico. ~ This would go well with our Butterfly Unit in JK, but also the narrative: Prince of Butterflies with grade

Play Counts: Incredible, Bendable DIY Magnets!

Play Counts: Incredible, Bendable DIY Magnets made with pipe cleaners, magnet disks and hot glue

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