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별이야기 봇 on Twitter: "68.M45플레이아데스성단은 유명한 성단 중 하나로 육안으로 뚜렷하게 보이는 성단입니다. 황소자리에타 알키온에 위치합니다. 지구에서 가장 가깝고 1.4등급이라는 밝은 등급으로 인류에게 가장 잘 알려진 성단입니다. http://t.co/UqNrTaj4"
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Space Station Flies Over Super Typhoon Maysak: Typhoon Maysak strengthened into a super typhoon on March 31, reaching Category 5 hurricane status on the Saffir-Simpson Wind Scale. NASA Astronaut Terry Virts captured this image while flying over the weather system on board the International Space Station. Commenting on the storm, Virts wrote, "The eye of #Maysak typhoon really stands out early in the morning with the shadow being cast deep into the vortex." His ESA crewmate on station also viewed the storm and wrote, "Commands respect even from #space: we just flew over typhoon #Maysak." Image Credit
“Then, from afar, you can hear its whistle and the mechanical movements. It’s really like tschoo-tschoo-tschoo-tshcoo-tschoo nonstop, and then a big tchoooooh-tchoooooooooh!” says Kim Leuenberger (@kim.ou), describing the Jacobite steam train — a Hogwarts Express lookalike — pass over the Glenfinnan Viaduct, the Scottish crossing that is so famous for its appearances in the Harry Potter films that it’s earned the nickname “The Harry Potter Bridge.” Kim, a Swiss photography student living in London, was recently on a trip through the Scottish Highlands with her father, who is as much of a Harry Potter fan as she is. They were determined to capture the Glenfinnan while the train was crossing. “We checked the timetable and were first to reach the spot where you can see the train, up a small hill and over a fence. We waited for 30 minutes as more and more people from all over the world started to join us. We were like kids, so excited. You hear it arrive a bit beforehand and then when it passes the bridge it releases some vapor, just like in the film.” Photo by @kim.ou
Norway<p>See more<p>Along with being one of the most socially developed countries on the planet Norway is known for its immense natural beauty with 8 …