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Los árboles más antiguos del mundo cubiertos por el manto estelar

Te presentamos el trabajo de <b>Beth Moon</b>, una fotógrafa que decidió retratar árboles antiguos bajo el manto estelar. Este proyecto llamado <b>?Diamond</b> …

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Photo @pedromcbride / Quiet reflection in the Okavango Delta of Botswana, Africa - an inland #delta that provides seasonal and permanent #habitat for vast wildlife. I had a strong sense something was watching me when I took this image. @thephotosociety #reflection #water #mist #wild #dawn

Our researchers discover new clues to determining the solar cycle. Approximately every 11 years, the sun undergoes a complete personality change from quiet and calm to violently active. The height of the sun’s activity, known as solar maximum, is a time of numerous sunspots, punctuated with profound eruptions that send radiation and solar particles out into the far reaches of space. However, the timing of the solar cycle is far from precise. Since humans began regularly recording sunspots in the 17th century, the time between successive solar maxima has been as short as nine years, but as long as 14, making it hard to determine its cause. Now, researchers have discovered a new marker to track the course of the solar cycle—brightpoints, little bright spots in the solar atmosphere that allow us to observe the constant roiling of material inside the sun. These markers provide a new way to watch the way the magnetic fields evolve and move through our closest star. They also show that a substantial adjustment to established theories about what drives this mysterious cycle may be needed. Image Credit

Longleaf pines cast long shadows in morning fog hanging low over the Everglades Headwaters near Orlando. Rainfall here rehydrates the Floridan Aquifer and also flows south through the Kissimmee Chain of Lakes toward Lake Okeechobee and the Everglades. The rare longleaf pine forests provide essential habitat for the Florida Wildlife Corridor (@fl_wildcorridor). Photo by @carltonward. Stay tuned as this Instagram tour continues traveling north through the heart of the Peninsular Florida.

Las fotografías más románticas de la historia en el día de San Valentín

Ha sido retroceder en el tiempo para encontrar aquellas fotografías que han <b>desprendido romanticismo</b> a lo largo de la historia y mi mente cinéfila me …

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