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Indulge in the simplicity of this easy anytime dish of Lemon Pepper Shrimp.

Indulge in the simplicity of this easy anytime dish of Lemon Pepper Shrimp.

No tympani!! Yes triangle!!

No tympani!! Yes triangle!!

Oh, no!!!

Oh, no!!!

there is an age between, right? Otherwise, the attitude is quite similar, I'd say ;)

there is an age between, right? Otherwise, the attitude is quite similar, I'd say ;)

Sachmo (the master)+Manuel (my friend)

Sachmo (the master)+Manuel (my friend)

"a violin girl"+ a violin girl (lady)

"a violin girl"+ a violin girl (lady)

"a violin player"+ a violin player

"a violin player"+ a violin player

my audience

my audience

In 2004, astronomers discovered a star composed entirely of diamond, measuring 4,000 km across and 10 billion trillion trillion carats. 50 light years from Earth, the diamond star is classified as a crystallized white dwarf, the hot core that remains after a star burns out. Only recently have scientists been able to study the contents of the white dwarf, and they’ve confirmed that the crystallized carbon interior of the star is, in fact, the galaxy’s largest diamond.

In astronomers discovered a star composed entirely of diamond, measuring km across and 10 billion trillion trillion carats. 50 light years from Earth, the diamond star is classified as a crystallized white dwarf, the hot core that remains after

Fastest Planet.  Credit: NASA, ESA, A. Schaller (for STScI)SWEEPS-10 orbits its parent star from a distance of only 740,000 miles, so close that one year on the planet happens every 10 hours. The exoplanet belongs to a new class of zippy exoplanets called ultra-short-period planets (USPPs), which have orbits of less than a day.

orbits its parent star from a distance of only miles, so close that one year on the planet happens every 10 hours. The exoplanet belongs to a new class of zippy exoplanets called ultra-short-period planets (USPPs), which have orbits of less than a day

Galaxies

Thisamazing image of Arp a pair of interacting galaxies located about 430 million light years from Earth, shows X-rays from the NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory (pink) and optical data from the Hubble Space Telescope (red, green, blue) produced by.