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Invisibility may still be the stuff of fiction, but what would it feel like? Relaxing, maybe: ow.ly/M5899 pic.twitter.com/KZqasIEAqN
Brush up on your ionic knowledge with new card game that pairs chemistry and strategy: ow.ly/M5HO2 pic.twitter.com/KsPjTRODNU
Sleep fixes flies destined to be forgetful: ow.ly/M16Fq pic.twitter.com/4fDduqXso2
Hubble glimpsed exoplanet Fomalhaut b between 2004 and 2006: ow.ly/LYD04 #Hubble25 pic.twitter.com/PoKWf2GfKz
The gravity of Abell 1689's stars acts like a 2-million-light-year wide lens: ow.ly/LYNWC #Hubble25 pic.twitter.com/aILyLOcE66
A dying star in the Helix Nebula reveals a hidden onion-like layering of elements: ow.ly/LYFHB #Hubble25 pic.twitter.com/09DsB9jSZU
Do bold snails build strong shells or do strong shells make snails bold? ow.ly/LVN2P pic.twitter.com/EgJJlnzb5I
How one astronomer uses the Hubble Space Telescope to make cosmic art: ow.ly/LYbRf #Hubble25 pic.twitter.com/0VS4Sbmb22
In a galaxy far, far away, a dusty disk swirls around a supermassive black hole: ow.ly/LYNwr #Hubble25 pic.twitter.com/zrDLj7CK8K
Bold snails are built to be tough. Shy snails, not so much: ow.ly/LVN8f pic.twitter.com/wnZnHnRQoX
A passing companion galaxy triggers waves of star formation the Whirlpool Galaxy: ow.ly/LYMSX #Hubble25 pic.twitter.com/4czdEwfkzh
Space blobs called voorworpjes suggest intergalactic collisions took place long ago: ow.ly/M59Kl pic.twitter.com/N8OXVD4R97
Sometimes it’s best to feed the trolls, data show: ow.ly/M58HY pic.twitter.com/zoBntYQbTE
Found: Missing piece of Yellowstone supervolcano’s plumbing ow.ly/M1Yd0 pic.twitter.com/TKOnYq3Kg5
Within the Orion Nebula, Hubble saw the dark disks of fledgling solar systems: ow.ly/LYGBu #Hubble25 pic.twitter.com/pqphWdepdZ
City- and country-dwelling microbes aren’t so different after all: ow.ly/M5gWM pic.twitter.com/YlE1s03kJL
Pottery-making hunter-gatherers set the stage for farming in ancient China: ow.ly/M5gHP pic.twitter.com/WluvjodyhK
Invisibility may still be the stuff of fiction, but what would it feel like? Relaxing, maybe: ow.ly/M5899 pic.twitter.com/KZqasIEAqN
Butchered bones proposed as remnants of ancient cannibalism: ow.ly/M4ZVM pic.twitter.com/GObrtsOicr
About 5,500 galaxies crowd into the Hubble Extreme Deep Field: ow.ly/LYHMs #Hubble25 pic.twitter.com/OWA1SqB4Pp
Hubble witnessed fragments of comet Shoemaker–Levy 9 pummel Jupiter in 1994: ow.ly/LYACY #Hubble25 pic.twitter.com/lFLRWHXERS
Say What? Voorworpjes are gas blobs that hint at galaxies’ pasts: ow.ly/LZ3eB pic.twitter.com/pOdOhQ3JqM
Today in 1990, Discovery blasted off with a very important passenger aboard: ow.ly/LYfAw #Hubble25 pic.twitter.com/8NMj3LPgcQ
Searching for supernovas or exoplanets? Hubble's got you covered. ow.ly/M2zL8 #Hubble25 pic.twitter.com/yiZG9ZSAzH