My names Ben, I'm 20 and i live in NY. I play the blues and im in a band. wanna know more?

 

spaceplasma:

"The scientific man does not aim at an immediate result. He does not expect that his advanced ideas will be readily taken up. His work is like that of the planter — for the future. His duty is to lay the foundation for those who are to come, and point the way. He lives and labors and hopes."

Nikola Tesla 

wiccateachings:

The Full Moon of July will be a Super Moon. This is when the Moon can appear up to 5 times bigger than normal. It not only looks beautiful but has many effects on Earth too, the tidal force is up to 18% greater than normal and it also has an effect on animals and wildlife especially birds, wolves and ocean life. 

wiccateachings:

The Full Moon of July will be a Super Moon. This is when the Moon can appear up to 5 times bigger than normal. It not only looks beautiful but has many effects on Earth too, the tidal force is up to 18% greater than normal and it also has an effect on animals and wildlife especially birds, wolves and ocean life. 

spaceplasma:

Pulsar kick

A pulsar kick is the phenomenon that a neutron star often does not move with the velocity of its progenitor star (the origin star of a supernova explosion), but rather with a substantially greater speed. The cause of pulsar kicks is unknown, but many astrophysicists believe that it must be due to an asymmetry in the way a supernova explodes.
It is generally accepted today that the average pulsar kick ranges from 200–500 km/s. However, some pulsars have a much greater velocity. For example, the hypervelocity starB1508+55 has been reported to have a speed of 1100 km/s and a trajectory leading it out of the galaxy.
An extremely convincing example of a pulsar kick can be seen in the Guitar Nebula, where the bow shock - generated by the pulsar B2224+65, is moving relative to the supernova remnant nebula has been observed and confirms a velocity of 800 km/s. The Guitar Nebula is a stellar corpse that is tearing through interstellar gas and creating a guitar-shaped wake of hot hydrogen.

spaceplasma:

Pulsar kick

A pulsar kick is the phenomenon that a neutron star often does not move with the velocity of its progenitor star (the origin star of a supernova explosion), but rather with a substantially greater speed. The cause of pulsar kicks is unknown, but many astrophysicists believe that it must be due to an asymmetry in the way a supernova explodes.

It is generally accepted today that the average pulsar kick ranges from 200–500 km/s. However, some pulsars have a much greater velocity. For example, the hypervelocity starB1508+55 has been reported to have a speed of 1100 km/s and a trajectory leading it out of the galaxy.

An extremely convincing example of a pulsar kick can be seen in the Guitar Nebula, where the bow shock - generated by the pulsar B2224+65, is moving relative to the supernova remnant nebula has been observed and confirms a velocity of 800 km/s. The Guitar Nebula is a stellar corpse that is tearing through interstellar gas and creating a guitar-shaped wake of hot hydrogen.