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As Neil deGrasse Tyson has said, we are all connected; to eachother, biologically. To the Earth, chemically. To the rest of the Universe, atomically.
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This Stunning View of Arctic Could Be Last of its Kind
That’s a new image from our buds at NASA, showing the Arctic ice cap, a sort of white-capped on our blue home. If you have faith in your internet connection, you can view an 11,000 x 11,000 pixel version here.
NASA’s new Suomi NPP satellite started sending images back to Earth this year, and they are stunning. We were even treated to an updated 2012 version of the iconic Blue Marble shot (which you really must see). But as the detailed images of our planet’s climate and atmosphere roll in, so does the worry that we may be capturing a few views for the last time.
Each summer, Arctic sea ice melts and recedes to a certain degree due to higher temperatures. But over the past few decades, the melting has gotten faster and more severe (the 2011 melt was a record low). Don’t believe me? Check out this video from NASA showing the change in summer ice from the past 32 years.
Climate change models have predicted the complete loss of summer ice in the Arctic by 2070 or so. But as this years melt begins, hot and fast, 2030 is looking like a real possibility for an ice-free Arctic. That means that in as little as 20 years, this photo could be a look into the past instead of the present.
(via Smart News)
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temporallydisplacedrocketman:

The frontier. It beckons us, calls us, challenges us. It always has, and it always will. Now, we must go. 
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Planetary Systems Now Forming in Orion 
Credit: NASA, ESA, M. Robberto (STScI/ESA), the HST Orion Treasury Project Team, & L. Ricci (ESO) 
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Alan Mathison Turing
considered to be the father of computer science and artificial intelligence.
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Poseidon Supermoon
The Full Moon hangs heavy over the Temple of Poseidon on Cape Sounion, south of Athens, in the early evening twilight.
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Hey, baby.
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