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By Manuel Nöbauer



2019-03-09T11:30:42-05:00

I’ve been on holiday in Austria, Styria. In the evening iI went out of our house and saw a beautiful sunset shining on this wood, I quickly pulled out my phone and made this great picture!

Location: Austria

Source: https://unsplash.com/photos/r2d3Aff2SWM
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Via Unsplash.com

#photography #CC0 #Unsplash #APIRandom #Ive #been #on #holiday #in #Austria #Styria #In #the #evening #iI #went #out #of #our #house #and #saw #a #beautiful #sunset #shining #on #this #wood #I #quickly #pulled #out #my #phone #and #made #this #great #picture #Austria


 
By Manuel Nöbauer



2019-03-09T11:30:42-05:00

I’ve been on holiday in Austria, Styria. In the evening iI went out of our house and saw a beautiful sunset shining on this wood, I quickly pulled out my phone and made this great picture!

Location: Austria

Source: https://unsplash.com/photos/r2d3Aff2SWM
Full image: Link

Via Unsplash.com

#photography #CC0 #Unsplash #APIRandom #Ive #been #on #holiday #in #Austria #Styria #In #the #evening #iI #went #out #of #our #house #and #saw #a #beautiful #sunset #shining #on #this #wood #I #quickly #pulled #out #my #phone #and #made #this #great #picture #Austria


 
APOD: 2019 January 11 - Partial Eclipse over Beijing




On January 6 the New Moon rose in silhouette with the Sun seen from northeastern Asia. Near maximum, the dramatic partial solar eclipse is captured in this telephoto view through hazy skies. In the foreground, the hill top Wanchun pavilion overlooking central Beijing's popular Forbidden City hosts eclipse-watching early morning risers. This was the first of five, three solar and two lunar, eclipses for 2019. Next up is a total lunar eclipse during this month's Full Perigee Moon. At night on January 21, that celestial shadow play will be visible from the hemisphere of planet Earth that includes the Americas, Europe, and western Africa.

https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap190111.html

#astronomy #picture #space #NASA #APOD


 
APOD: 2019 January 11 - Partial Eclipse over Beijing




On January 6 the New Moon rose in silhouette with the Sun seen from northeastern Asia. Near maximum, the dramatic partial solar eclipse is captured in this telephoto view through hazy skies. In the foreground, the hill top Wanchun pavilion overlooking central Beijing's popular Forbidden City hosts eclipse-watching early morning risers. This was the first of five, three solar and two lunar, eclipses for 2019. Next up is a total lunar eclipse during this month's Full Perigee Moon. At night on January 21, that celestial shadow play will be visible from the hemisphere of planet Earth that includes the Americas, Europe, and western Africa.

https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap190111.html

#astronomy #picture #space #NASA #APOD


 
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APOD: 2019 February 18 - Dragon Aurora over Iceland





Have you ever seen a dragon in the sky? Although real flying dragons don't exist, a huge dragon-shaped aurora developed in the sky over Iceland earlier this month. The aurora was caused by a hole in the Sun's corona that expelled charged particles into a solar wind that followed a changing interplanetary magnetic field to Earth's magnetosphere. As some of those particles then struck Earth's atmosphere, they excited atoms which subsequently emitted light: aurora. This iconic display was so enthralling that the photographer's mother ran out to see it and was captured in the foreground. No sunspots have appeared on the Sun so far in February, making the multiple days of picturesque auroral activity this month somewhat surprising.

https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap190218.html

#astronomy #picture #space #NASA #APOD


 
https://pod.jpope.org/posts/828bd6a001fd0137fce34fdbf83b6555

APOD: 2019 January 24 - Matterhorn, Moon, and Meteor





Fans of planet Earth probably recognize the Matterhorn in the foreground of this night skyscape. Famed in mountaineering history, the 4,478 meter Alpine mountain stands next to the totally eclipsed Moon. In spite of -22 degree C temperatures, the inspired scene was captured on the morning of January 21 from the mountains near Zermatt, Switzerland. Different exposures record the dim red light reflected by the Moon fully immersed in Earth's shadow. Seen directly above the famous Alpine peak, but about 600 light-years away, are the stars of the Praesepe or Beehive star cluster also known as Messier 44. An added reward to the cold eclipse vigil, a bright and colorful meteor flashed below the temporarily dimmmed Moon, just tracing the Matterhorn's north-eastern climbing route along Hornli ridge.

https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap190124.html

\#astronomy #picture #space #NASA #APOD


 
https://pod.jpope.org/posts/2d73e430006b0137fce54fdbf83b6555

APOD: 2019 January 22 - Lunar Eclipse over Cologne Cathedral





Why would a bright full Moon suddenly become dark? Because it entered the shadow of the Earth. That's what happened Sunday night as the Moon underwent a total lunar eclipse. Dubbed by some as a Super (because the Moon was angularly larger than usual, at least slightly) Blood (because the scattering of sunlight through the Earth's atmosphere makes an eclipsed Moon appeared unusually red) Wolf (because January full moons are sometimes called Wolf Moons from the legend that wolves like to howl at the moon) Moon Eclipse, the shadowy spectacle was visible from the half of the Earth then facing the Moon, and was captured in numerous spectacular photographs. Featured, a notable image sequence was captured over the Cologne Cathedral, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, in Cologne, Germany. The lunar eclipse sequence was composed from 68 different exposures captured over three hours during freezing temperatures -- and later digitally combined and edited to remove a cyclist and a pedestrian. The next total lunar eclipse will occur in 2021.

https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap190122.html

\#astronomy #picture #space #NASA #APOD


 
APOD: 2019 January 3 - Ultima and Thule





On January 1 New Horizons encountered the Kuiper Belt object nicknamed Ultima Thule. Some 6.5 billion kilometers from the Sun, Ultima Thule is the most distant world ever explored by a spacecraft from Earth. This historic image, the highest resolution image released so far, was made at a range of about 28,000 kilometers only 30 minutes before the New Horizons closest approach. Likely the result of a gentle collision shortly after the birth of the Solar System, Ultima Thule is revealed to be a contact binary, two connected sphere-like shapes held in contact by mutual gravity. Dubbed separately by the science team Ultima and Thule, the larger lobe Ultima is about 19 kilometers in diameter. Smaller Thule is 14 kilometers across.

https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap190103.html

\#astronomy #picture #space #NASA #APOD


 
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1001 Nights. Key Nielsen.


His works were never published or presented. He was 104 years in oblivion. Until now.
Sus trabajos nunca fueron publicados o presentados. Estuvo 104 años en el olvido, hasta ahora.

#art #paint #galery #image #picture #arte #pintura #galeria #imagen


 
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1001 Nights. Key Nielsen.


His works were never published or presented. He was 104 years in oblivion. Until now.
Sus trabajos nunca fueron publicados o presentados. Estuvo 104 años en el olvido, hasta ahora.

#art #paint #galery #image #picture #arte #pintura #galeria #imagen


 

Ist #Linuxvolk unter uns?


hihihi

Wenn ja, dann hätte ich da mal gerne zwei Fragen:


Zum einen möchte ich ein #Präsentationssystem aufsetzen, welches immer alle #Bilder in einem Ordner automatisch als #Slideshow darstellt. Die #Dateien werden immer geändert, bzw es gibt immer neue dazu! Mehr soll aber nicht passieren.

Zum anderen möchte ich auf einem #System ein Nutzerverzeichnis nach der Arbeit, bzw beim #Herunterfahren des #Systems immer wieder auf #Null setzen. Hier könnte ich mir vorstellen einfach zwei #Nutzer anzulegen und beim herunterfahren das eine Nutzerverzeichnis mit dem anderen zu #Syncronisieren. Sinnvoll?

Wie währen eure #Ideen?

#Linux #OS #Opensource #Home #rsync #Picture


 

Ist #Linuxvolk unter uns?


hihihi

Wenn ja, dann hätte ich da mal gerne zwei Fragen:


Zum einen möchte ich ein #Präsentationssystem aufsetzen, welches immer alle #Bilder in einem Ordner automatisch als #Slideshow darstellt. Die #Dateien werden immer geändert, bzw es gibt immer neue dazu! Mehr soll aber nicht passieren.

Zum anderen möchte ich auf einem #System ein Nutzerverzeichnis nach der Arbeit, bzw beim #Herunterfahren des #Systems immer wieder auf #Null setzen. Hier könnte ich mir vorstellen einfach zwei #Nutzer anzulegen und beim herunterfahren das eine Nutzerverzeichnis mit dem anderen zu #Syncronisieren. Sinnvoll?

Wie währen eure #Ideen?

#Linux #OS #Opensource #Home #rsync #Picture


 
APOD: 2018 November 27 - InSights First Image from Mars





Welcome to Mars, NASA Insight. Yesterday NASA's robotic spacecraft InSight made a dramatic landing on Mars after a six-month trek across the inner Solar System. Needing to brake from 20,000 km per hour to zero in about seven minutes, Insight decelerated by as much as 8 g's and heated up to 1500 degrees Celsius as it deployed a heat shield, a parachute, and at the end, rockets. The featured image was the first taken by InSight on Mars, and welcome proof that the spacecraft had shed enough speed to land softly and function on the red planet. During its final descent, InSight's rockets kicked up dust which can be seen stuck to the lens cap of the Instrument Context Camera. Past the spotty dirt, parts of the lander that are visible include cover bolts at the bottom and a lander footpad on the lower right. Small rocks are visible across the rusty red soil, while the arc across the top of the image is the Martian horizon dividing land and sky. Over the next few weeks InSight will deploy several scientific instruments, including a rumble-detecting seismometer. These instruments are expected to give humanity unprecedented data involving the interior of Mars, a region thought to harbor formation clues not only about Mars, but Earth.

https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap181127.html

\#astronomy #picture #space #NASA #APOD


 
APOD: 2018 November 12 - The Lagoon Nebula is Stars, Gas, and Dust




The majestic Lagoon Nebula is filled with hot gas and the home for many young stars. Spanning 100 light years across while lying only about 5000 light years distant, the Lagoon Nebula is so big and bright that it can be seen without a telescope toward the constellation of the Archer (Sagittarius). Many bright stars are visible from NGC 6530, an open cluster that formed in the nebula only several million years ago. The greater nebula, also known as M8 and NGC 6523, is named "Lagoon" for the band of dust seen to the left of the open cluster's center. The featured image was taken in three colors with details are brought out by light emitted by Hydrogen Star formation continues in the Lagoon Nebula as witnessed by the many dark dust-laden globules that exist there.

https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap181112.html

\#astronomy #picture #space #NASA #APOD


 
APOD: 2018 November 12 - The Lagoon Nebula is Stars, Gas, and Dust




The majestic Lagoon Nebula is filled with hot gas and the home for many young stars. Spanning 100 light years across while lying only about 5000 light years distant, the Lagoon Nebula is so big and bright that it can be seen without a telescope toward the constellation of the Archer (Sagittarius). Many bright stars are visible from NGC 6530, an open cluster that formed in the nebula only several million years ago. The greater nebula, also known as M8 and NGC 6523, is named "Lagoon" for the band of dust seen to the left of the open cluster's center. The featured image was taken in three colors with details are brought out by light emitted by Hydrogen Star formation continues in the Lagoon Nebula as witnessed by the many dark dust-laden globules that exist there.

https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap181112.html

\#astronomy #picture #space #NASA #APOD


 
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I'm wondering... should I post pictures more often here? Because: I have SO many. I take a lot of them. When we hike in the Black Forest mountains. When our cats look cute. In our garden. Pictures of baskets full of the wild plants we collect. Or of the vegetables and fruits we harvest.... This one btw shows the clouds over the Rhine Valley from the top of mount Kandel (Black Forest).

#picture #photography #nature #hiking #gardening #wildplants


 
APOD: 2018 October 2 - Supernumerary Rainbows over New Jersey




Yes, but can your rainbow do this? After the remnants of Hurricane Florence passed over Jersey Shore, New Jersey, USA last month, the Sun came out in one direction but something quite unusual appeared in the opposite direction: a hall of rainbows. Over the course of a next half hour, to the delight of the photographer and his daughter, vibrant supernumerary rainbows faded in and out, with at least five captured in this featured single shot. Supernumerary rainbows only form when falling water droplets are all nearly the same size and typically less than a millimeter across. Then, sunlight will not only reflect from inside the raindrops, but interfere, a wave phenomenon similar to ripples on a pond when a stone is thrown in. In fact, supernumerary rainbows can only be explained with waves, and their noted existence in the early 1800s was considered early evidence of light's wave nature.

https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap181002.html

\#astronomy #picture #space #NASA #APOD


 
APOD: 2018 October 2 - Supernumerary Rainbows over New Jersey




Yes, but can your rainbow do this? After the remnants of Hurricane Florence passed over Jersey Shore, New Jersey, USA last month, the Sun came out in one direction but something quite unusual appeared in the opposite direction: a hall of rainbows. Over the course of a next half hour, to the delight of the photographer and his daughter, vibrant supernumerary rainbows faded in and out, with at least five captured in this featured single shot. Supernumerary rainbows only form when falling water droplets are all nearly the same size and typically less than a millimeter across. Then, sunlight will not only reflect from inside the raindrops, but interfere, a wave phenomenon similar to ripples on a pond when a stone is thrown in. In fact, supernumerary rainbows can only be explained with waves, and their noted existence in the early 1800s was considered early evidence of light's wave nature.

https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap181002.html

\#astronomy #picture #space #NASA #APOD


 

Microcosmos - Le peuple de l'herbe (1996)

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#film #movie #video #vidéo #brunocoulais #mariepérenou #pérennou #documentaire #documentary #ClaudeNuridsany #prixniépce #cannes #festivaldecannes #1998 #voirfilm #watchmovie #picture #nature #france #europe #beautiful #photo

Microcosmos - Le peuple de l'herbe (1996)

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