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The solar eclipse that occurred in Chile on July 2, 2019 photographed by Dan Marker-Moore. Great job!

Via Colossal

Nice tweet. History of life in the Earth’s history.

Skeleton typogram

By Aaron Kuehn

Yuri Kovalenok is a a physics teacher that makes remarkable notes of physics. Check it out his Instagram.

New species of ancient human discovered in the Philippines

(National Geographic)

Researchers digging in the Philippines’s Callao Cave found teeth and bones that they say belong to a distinct species of ancient human, which they have named Homo luzonensis.

Nature (news): Previously unknown human species found in Asia raises questions about early hominin dispersals from Africa

Nature (paper, paywall): A new species of Homo from the Late Pleistocene of the Philippines

– Inside the firth chamber of Callao Cave in Peñablanca, Cagayan. Credit: Ervin Malicdem [CC BY-SA 4.0] – Wikimedia Commons

M87 Black Hole Size Comparison


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“I think Voyager 1 would be just past the event horizon, but slightly less than halfway to the bright ring.”


– Explain xkcd

– Focus on the First Event Horizon Telescope Results – The Astrophysical Journal Letters – IOPscience

– NASA news: Black Hole Image Makes History; NASA Telescopes Coordinated Observations

NSF Media resources

– Event Horizon Telescope (Official website)

A very much-needed article and a wonderful imagery. Perhaps the only benefit of the demonization of CO2 will be the decriminalization of nuclear fission, in this case preventively, about molten salt reactors. It was time. Don’t miss it:

Great work from Knowable Magazine and

Geologic time scale

Seen at Amazing Geology

Quantum to Cosmos:

Worth a visit, no doubt.