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Golden lion tamarins - Gouden leeuwaapjes

Photoblog on my website. Fotoblog op mijn webiste.
Twins - Tweeling
https://anjawessels.photography/twins/.W0j77wFKSsg.google_plusone_share


CAMERA: Canon EOS 80D
LENS Tamron 16-300mm f/3.5-6.3 Di II VC PZD Macro

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#photography #photo #WholeWildlifeWeek #wildlifewednesday #wildlifephotography #wildlifephoto #wholewildlifeweek #wildlife #monkeymonday #wildlifeinthecity #zoo #primate #tamarin #Apenheul
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A new analysis of data gathered by the Apollo missions confirms that tidal stress – the gravitational pull of the moon on the Earth and of the Earth on the moon – is responsible for causing deep moonquakes, the lunar equivalent of earthquakes.

https://thetechinside.com/deep-moonquakes-are-likely-to-be-caused-due-to-tidal-stress-of-the-moon/
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Long Bay,

The glimmer of hope that is a sunrise trying to get thru.
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Android Q is in the works. That we know is happening already so expect details will be leaked. We’ve told you about the possibility the Essential Phone might still get Android Q. The new OS may soon warn apps running on older Android versions and may be…
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What's faster than a #Samsung SSD 970 EVO? This guy - the SSD 970 EVO Plus of course. Ha! All jokes aside, these new sticks offer much faster writes, now 3.3GB/s versus the previous gen at 2.5GB/s or so...

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Revealing the black hole at the heart of the galaxy - Including the powerful ALMA into an array of telescopes for the first time, astronomers have found that the emission from the supermassive black hole Sagittarius A* at the center of the galaxy comes from a smaller region than previously thought. This may indicate that a radio jet from Sagittarius A* is pointed almost directly toward us. The paper, led by the Nijmegen Ph.D. student Sara Issaoun, is published in The Astrophysical Journal.
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Chromebooks used by 30M students & educators worldwide w/ 40M Google Classroom users

Kicking off tomorrow is BETT, an annual conference and show for education. Several companies have already announced the latest Chrome OS devices for the market, with Google today sharing the latest usage stats for its education services.
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#21Jan 2019, WWE #RAW: #SashaBanks vows to reclaim the Raw Women's Championship
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Figuring Outer Space, a classroom resource from Perimeter Institute, takes students on a tour of their home galaxy—the Milky Way. This video highlights a number of its most important features: its many stars, nebulae, and planets, along with its overall scale and explores how the Milky Way has changed over time.

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The speed of light is torturously slow, and these 3 simple animations by a scientist at NASA prove it

Light speed is the fastest that any material object can travel through space. That is, of course, barring the existence of theoretical shortcuts in the fabric of space called wormholes (and the ability to go through them without being destroyed).

https://todaysintech.com/speed-of-light-it-can-be-slow-too/
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Why Apple and the FTC are at war with a US semiconductor monopoly that invents and licenses technologies.

"Qualcomm has a massive amount of patents, over 130,000 if you include patent applications, and today licensing those patents accounts for more than half of its operating income."

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New tool enables imaging of neural activity with near-infrared light - A new, groundbreaking tool for visualizing neural activity has implications for understanding brain functions and disorders, according to new research by University of Alberta scientists and a team of international collaborators.

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Study shows dopamine plays a role in musical pleasure

An international team of researchers has found evidence of dopamine in the brain playing a role in the pleasure people feel when they listen to music. In their paper published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, the group describes experiments they carried out with volunteers who were given a dopamine precursor or antagonist and what they found.
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But where is the front-facing camera?
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The last breath of a star.

The weak and ephemeral glow that emanates from the planetary nebula ESO 577-24 remains for a very short time, around 10,000 years, a blink of an eye in astronomical terms. ESO's Very Large Telescope (VLT) captured this bubble of bright ionized gas: the last breath of the dying star whose remains after the explosion are visible in the center of this image. As the gaseous layer of this planetary nebula expands and grows, going out, it will slowly disappear until we stop seeing it. This impressive planetary nebula was captured by one of the most versatile instruments of the VLT, FORS2. The instrument captured the bright central star, Abell 36, as well as the surrounding planetary nebula. The red and blue parts of this image correspond to the emission in red and blue wavelengths, respectively. In this image we can also see an object much closer to us: an asteroid, wandering through the field of vision, has left a faint trace (below and to the left of the central star). And in the distance, behind the nebula, you can see a brilliant collection of background galaxies. Credit: ESO.
La fugacidad de un momento en el tiempo.
La fugacidad de un momento en el tiempo.
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There is one very simple explanation for wave particle duality and that is Light is quantised into particles or photon oscillations when it comes in contact with the atoms of the periodic table.
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The ESA has signed a 12-month contract with the rocket maker ArianeGroup to study the possibility of a Moon mining mission. According to ArianeGroup, the aim of the mission will be to extract regolith, which is a mixture of clays, minerals, glass fragments, and chemical compounds. The Moon's regolith covers the surface up to a depth of at least 12 feet. Many scientists believe that Moon's regolith may serve as a source of oxygen, water and fuel for astronauts on future Moon missions.

(Illustration totally misleading: this is supposed to be a robotic mission.)
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Existence of water in Earth's Lower Mantle: A Diamond Study

Water may be more common than expected at extreme depths within Earth's lower mantle - approaching 640 kilometres and possibly beyond, a study of diamonds from across the world has found.

https://rxscience.org/existence-of-water-in-earths-lower-mantle-a-diamond-study/
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