HOW GREAT THOU ART

Photobucket - Video and Image Hosting Photobucket - Video and Image Hosting Photobucket - Video and Image Hosting "Bold is the ship bound for Alpha Centauri, nothing can turn it around..." Since Star Trek has not yet become a reality, we must ride the bold spaceship of our imagination and view the wonders of the universe through pictures taken by telescopes. Thanks to Hubble and others, we can emulate Captain Picard and say, "Let's see what's out there." Glories and Wonders! How great Thou art!
  • Mad is the Captain of Alpha Centauri; We must be out of our minds. Still we are shipmates bound for tomorrow, and everyone here's flying blind. Mad is the crew bound for Alpha Centauri, Dreamers and poets and clowns. Bold is the crew bound for Alpha Centauri; nothing can turn it around. Oh, we must believe in magic; we must believe in the guiding hand. If you believe in magic, you'll have the universe at your command. Artist:Crystal Gayle; album UNKNOWN @LyricsandSongs.com
  • Tuesday, August 11, 2009

     

    Top Ten Extrasolar Planets

    http://www.space.com/scienceastronomy/extrasolar_planets.html


    Top 10 Most Intriguing Extrasolar Planets
    The first planets outside our solar system were spotted in 1990, in orbit around a dying, radiation-spewing star very different from our Sun. In the years since, scientists have turned up even stranger worlds. Starting in 1995 with 51 Pegasi b—the first extrasolar, or “exoplanet,� discovered around a normal star—planet hunters have found alien worlds that run the gamut in terms of diversity. There are large, gassy giants and small and rocky worlds. Some are two-faced worlds of fire and ice, and some float eerily through space, bound to no star. In the dozen years since the discovery of 51 Pegasi b, the number of known and suspected exoplanets has climbed to nearly 230. Here are some record holders and oddballs. Ker Than -- click on link below.
    Number 10: The First

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