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Buon pomeriggio e buon inizio settimana lettori! 😻 Vi chiedo scusa se in questi giorni non sono stata attiva ma, come vi ho già scritto nelle stories, dov'ero non prendeva affatto bene la connessione... immaginate 😫 Comunque, oggi rispondo a ben due tag... così, per farmi perdonare ⚘ Il primo tag a cui rispondo é #thecinemabook tag, in cui mi ha taggato @sogno.libri che ringrazio davvero 💕 📽 Fav movie adaption: Harry Potter, per adesso ho visto solo il primo e mi é piaciuto da matti, devo assolutamente vedere anche gli altri film... inoltre nella mia wishlist c'é l'intera saga 😊 🎬 Fav Animated movie: Ribelle, Biancaneve, Cenerentola, Pinocchio, la carica dei 101... 😍 📺 Movie you cried over: Sorry ma non piango per i film 😅 🎥 Favourite Classic movie: Titanic? Il secondo tag é #cloudorstars📽tag, in cui sono stata taggata sempre da @sogno.libri, la quale ringrazio nuovamente 😘 ☁️ Sunshine or moonlight: Non so proprio scegliere, entrambi 😍 🌟 cloud or stars: Stars ☁️ Beach or forest: Beach ⛱ 🌟 Mountain or ocean: Mountain 😻 ☁️ Head or heart: Entrambi troppo importanti! 😅 🌟 Jumper or shirt: Jumper ☁️ Wood or stone: Wood 🌟 Dusk or dawn: Dusk 🌇 I tag sono in foto e mi scuso con chi l'abbia già fatto... ritroveremo la prossima volta 💋 ❔ Film preferito? ❓ Giorno o notte? • • • #film #serietv #clouds #stars #moonlight #dusk #books #libri #bookstagram #bookaddict #booklover #booktag #bookworld #instabook #bookphotography #bookshelf #library #reading #romance #passion  #booklove #lettori #fangirl #bibliophile #ross_booksworld

Ho aspettato tutta notte nella tenda che smettesse di piovere, spostando avanti di ora in ora la sveglia. Qualche ora prima dell'alba tra la foschia del cielo è comparsa qualche stella. Mentre ancora piovigginava con il treppiede in spalla e il sonno addosso, ho risalito il pendio da dove volevo fare questa foto. Oggi è lunedì ma è come se fossi ancora in mezzo a quel vento gelido. #milkyway #igersitalia #vscocam #vsco #mountains #vialattea #valformazza #night #stars #picoftheday #freedom #wilderness #wild #nightphotography #explore #samyang #vscocam #igers #nature

Hey guys we been very busy getting ready for #lfcc and #yalc amongst other things. With some updates and possibly the chance to grab one of our new t-shirt designs that can show you soon! Still trying to slip in some time to finish off our zodiac range in-between! Managed to do a little bit on our Pisces label today, still a work in progress but hope you Pisces will like it😊 stay tuned for more updates, hope you all having a great week!🎈🐠 . . . . . #happypiranha #zodiac #zodiacsigns #pisces #koi #design #digitalart #workinprogess #new #bookstagram #candles #astrology #photooftheday #candle #stars #starsign #horoscope #artistsoninstagram #drawing #candleaddict #instagood #comingsoon #handmade #colours #zen #busy #etsy

The view this evening from Hunters Lodge, amazing views of Venus, with Mercury faintly below, the new Moon... all five planets can be seen in the evening sky this month, Jupiter & Saturn high in the sky with Mars in the east... #alexhuntersafaris #stars #whenplanetscollide #venus #mercury #jupiter #saturn #mars #celestial #planet #earth #gratitude #bushlife

Weighing planets is a tricky business. We can't even see the vast majority of extrasolar planets! For most of them, all we can do is watch how their gravity makes their star wobble. But astronomers can decipher that information and use it to estimate the orbit. The problem is, we can't tell whether the orbit of the planet is face-on or edge on in the sky, so there is always some uncertainty. Every once in a while, though, we get lucky and discover a planet that passes in front of its star, so it blocks a little of the light. This is called a "transit", and tells us a lot more about the planet. For one, we know its orbit exactly, since we know that we are seeing it exactly edge on (otherwise we wouldn't see the planet go in front of the star). If we know the orbit exactly, then we can figure out what the planet's mass is compared to the star. We can get a good estimate of the star's mass based on its brightness and color, which lets us figure out the planet's mass too. But the statement that a planet is "light enough to float on water" implies that we know the planet's density, not just the mass. To figure out the density, we need to know the size and the mass. Luckily, when a planet transits, we can watch how long it takes the star's light to dim, and figure out how big the planet is. So, it's not guessing when you hear astronomers say that there is a planet out there that is the largest planet ever discovered, but only weighs half as much as Jupiter. The guessing comes in when we start trying to figure out why this planet is so huge. That is still up for debate. #astronomy | #astronomer | #astrophysics | #space | #cosmos | #science | #physics | #universe | #stars | #planet | #astronaut | #constellation | #interstellar | #spacetravel | #outerspace | #sun | #moon | #astrobiology | #NASA | #Hubble | #telescope | #galaxy | #stargazing | #starstuff | #nature | #photography | #astrophotography | #curiosity | #exploration | #nasabeyond