Rise Jessi Rose
itsme__jessi See ya real soon. #almostheaven 9h

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itsme__jessi There are times I really miss the mountains. #almostheaven 9h

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itsme__jessi Yarn...because thread was taken. #liveonthelevee #homesweethome 3d

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itsme__jessi The most beautiful place I've ever been, Monaco. #tbt #throwmeback 4d

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itsme__jessi Thanks for keeping it interesting, Virginia. 5d

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Normal Jessi Rose
itsme__jessi Is that you again, mom? #junkmail 6d

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itsme__jessi Seeing this face in less than 24hrs. CANNOT CONTAIN MY EXCITEMENT! #nationaldogday 6d

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Valencia Jessi Rose

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itsme__jessi At one time I was cool and did cool things...literally. Zermatt 2007. #tbt #throwmeback #15layersofclothes 3w

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itsme__jessi #Repost from @leaninorg with @repostapp --- Love this outlook from Ellen DeGeneres. View her @makerswomen profile @ makers.com 3w

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itsme__jessi #Repost from @nasa with @repostapp --- A globular cluster's age revisited: Globular clusters are big balls of old stars that orbit around their host galaxy. It has long been believed that all the stars within a globular cluster form at the about same time, a property which can be used to determine the cluster's age. For more massive globulars however, detailed observations have shown that this is not entirely true - there is evidence that they instead consist of multiple populations of stars born at different times. One of the driving forces behind this behaviour is thought to be gravity: more massive globulars manage to grab more gas and dust, which can then be transformed into new stars.

IC 4499 is a somewhat special case. Its mass lies somewhere between low-mass globulars, which show a single generation build-up, and the more complex and massive globulars which can contain more than one generation of stars. By studying objects like IC 4499 astronomers can therefore explore how mass affects a cluster's contents.
Credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA

#nasa #hst #hubble #stars #science
3w

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itsme__jessi Goodnight moon. 4w

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itsme__jessi #tbt the last time I was tan at the beach. #throwmeback 4w

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itsme__jessi My fav view. This hammock is the best! (This is just for you, @omeara7980 ) 4w

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itsme__jessi Now this is a vacation. 4w

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itsme__jessi Stopped raining for 10min. #beachday 4w

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itsme__jessi Gerrard and Balotelli 1mon

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Nashville Jessi Rose
itsme__jessi One more day until vacation. This is how I feel. #tbt 1mon

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