Wednesday, 9 April 2014

Dancing Owl

By: faiza khan On: 10:24
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    A great gray owl sweeps its wing in Yellowstone National Park in this picture from Your Shot member Henrik Nilsson. "The owl was being harassed by a raven," Nilsson says. "If you look closely, you can see part of the nictitating membrane in the owl's left eye."

    Violent Star Death

    By: faiza khan On: 10:11
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    EsoCast showcases a new Hubble image of a giant cloud of hydrogen gas illuminated by a bright young star. The image shows how violent the end stages of the star formation process can be, with the young object shaking up its stellar nursery.


    By: faiza khan On: 10:00
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  • How the Crab Nebula’s Pulsing Heart Stayed Hidden for Centuries

    Ancient astronomers chronicled the shifting heavens, diligently charting the movements of our star-studded canopy. The moon’s face morphed nightly, our planetary neighbors came and went, and occasionally a brilliant, icy vagrant would sweep by.

    But the stars? Those stayed pretty much in the same place, relative to one another. So when new, starry points of light briefly appeared and then faded away, Earth’s sky gazers noticed.

    Lonely Cottage

    By: faiza khan On: 09:43
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    Light born from darkness. There is always warm place for you. Our home is Earth
    Location: Mount Bufalo

    The Floating Island

    By: faiza khan On: 09:39
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  • There is an ethereal, other-worldly feeling to this photograph as this little island, in the middle of a northern British Columbia lake, appears as if to be floating in the clouds. To bring us back to Earth, s fish has left a ripple in the water in the left hand side of the shot. The scene was amazing to witness, let alone be lucky enough to photograph - totally right place at the right time.

    Thursday, 3 April 2014

    The Trion Nemesis supercar

    By: faiza khan On: 11:22
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  • Virtually unknown, American car manufacturer Trion SuperCars (TSC) has announced development of a super-car, dubbed Nemesis. The California-based company is currently in an early development of said project; it supposedly will be powered by a V8 twin-turbo engine, developing more than 2,000 bhp (1,491 kW). That’s a magic number, and an incredible one at that. Trion SuperCars stated that the vehicle will beat the Bugatti Veyron and will have more power than the Koenigsegg One:1. Challenge accepted!