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Jupiter captured in all its glory by NASA’s Juno spacecraft and the public [photos]

Emerald "Trapiche"  This is a slice of a crystal. Is the result of the growth of a Crystal with the darkened impurity of lutite. As the Crystal grows the darker lutite is pushed to the center and then radiates out in the six directions of the corners of the Crystal. An analysis of MUZO´s trapiche emerald found that the principal coloring agent was vanadium.”3 and “Trapiche Emerald’s are formed when black carbon impurities fill in at the emerald crystal junction.

Emerald “Trapiche” This is a slice of a crystal. Is the result of the growth of a Crystal with the darkened impurity of lutite. As the Crystal grows the darker lutite is pushed to the center and then radiates out in the six directions of the corners of th

Fluorite from Rogerly Mine, England (specimen: Fine Mineral International, photography: James Elliott)

Fluorite from Rogerly Mine, England (specimen: Fine Mineral International, photography: James Elliott)

Inspirational Patterns that can be interpreted by #SICIS The Art Mosaic Factory and be created into a custom #mosaic

I really like this spiral because the water ripples stand out and the black hole in the middle seems to bring all the ripples together into a center.

April 13, 2011 – SAO PAULO – U.S. scientists discovered two giant whirlpools in the Atlantic Ocean, off the coast of Guyana and Suriname. It became a sensational discovery. Whirlpools are also found in ______________.  Write your answer below.

Giant whirlpool vortex in the ocean. The Pacific has one the size of Texas that sucks in massive amounts of trash

The Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) instrument on NASA's Terra satellite captured an image of Hurricane Patricia, the ninth hurricane in the eastern Pacific to reach category 4 or 5 status during the 2015 season. Credit: NASA's Earth Observatory.

(Goddard MODIS Rapid Response Team/NASA via AP). This satellite image taken at p. EDT on Friday, Oct. and released by NASA, shows the eastern quadrant and pinhole eye of Hurricane Patricia moving towards southwestern Mexico.