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User Image youmi_coco Posted: Nov 20, 2017 11:14 PM (UTC)
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#첫줄🤗 .
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어제 첫눈이 왔다🌨⛄
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아직은 첫눈보면 설레이고
슬픈음악 들으면
눈물나는 아줌마😂😂
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남편말대로 아직 철이
덜 들었나보다😅😅
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#첫눈#소녀감성#설렘
#음악#운전중#일상
#김연우#여전히아름다운지
#흐림#줌마그램#주부스타그램
#인친#좋아요#팔로워
#instadaily#first#snow
#selfie#good#like
User Image cellycellis Posted: Nov 20, 2017 11:14 PM (UTC)
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User Image lxxkyung Posted: Nov 20, 2017 11:13 PM (UTC)
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User Image faltazienn Posted: Nov 20, 2017 11:12 PM (UTC)
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La flèche du bonheur!😉
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#happy #life #lifestyle #boheme #green #woodframe #woodworking #wood #decorations #interiordesigner #interior #design #family #friend #couple #love #first #christmas #baby #cute #etsy
User Image bosplanet Posted: Nov 20, 2017 11:12 PM (UTC)
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BREAKING‼️ Scientists have confirmed that an asteroid that zipped through our Solar System in October is the first confirmed object from another star!
#Repost @nasa
New data reveal the interstellar interloper to be a rocky, cigar-shaped object with a somewhat reddish hue. Observations suggest that this unusual object had been wandering through the Milky Way, unattached to any star system, for hundreds of millions of years before its chance encounter with our star system. The asteroid is up to one-quarter mile (400 meters) long and highly-elongated—perhaps 10 times as long as it is wide. While its elongated shape is quite surprising, and unlike asteroids seen in our solar system, it may provide new clues into how other solar systems formed. Two of our space telescopes (@NASAHubble and Spitzer) are tracking the object the week of Nov. 20. As of Monday, the asteroid is travelling about 85,700 miles per hour (38.3 kilometers per second) relative to the Sun. Credit: European Southern Observatory/M. Kornmesser #nasa #space #interstellar #rocky #asteroid #solarsystem #milkyway #discovery #firstever #first #picoftheday #scientists
User Image thekidfromdarkness Posted: Nov 20, 2017 11:12 PM (UTC)
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#Repost @nasa (@get_repost)
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An interstellar visitor…scientists have confirmed that an intriguing asteroid that zipped through our solar system in October is the first confirmed object from another star! New data reveal the interstellar interloper to be a rocky, cigar-shaped object with a somewhat reddish hue. Observations suggest that this unusual object had been wandering through the Milky Way, unattached to any star system, for hundreds of millions of years before its chance encounter with our star system. The asteroid is up to one-quarter mile (400 meters) long and highly-elongated—perhaps 10 times as long as it is wide. While its elongated shape is quite surprising, and unlike asteroids seen in our solar system, it may provide new clues into how other solar systems formed. Two of our space telescopes (@NASAHubble and Spitzer) are tracking the object the week of Nov. 20. As of Monday, the asteroid is travelling about 85,700 miles per hour (38.3 kilometers per second) relative to the Sun. Credit: European Southern Observatory/M. Kornmesser #nasa #space #interstellar #rocky #asteroid #solarsystem #milkyway #discovery #firstever #first #picoftheday #scientists
User Image still.sanders Posted: Nov 20, 2017 11:10 PM (UTC)
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@Regranned from @nasa - An interstellar visitor…scientists have confirmed that an intriguing asteroid that zipped through our solar system in October is the first confirmed object from another star! New data reveal the interstellar interloper to be a rocky, cigar-shaped object with a somewhat reddish hue. Observations suggest that this unusual object had been wandering through the Milky Way, unattached to any star system, for hundreds of millions of years before its chance encounter with our star system. The asteroid is up to one-quarter mile (400 meters) long and highly-elongated—perhaps 10 times as long as it is wide. While its elongated shape is quite surprising, and unlike asteroids seen in our solar system, it may provide new clues into how other solar systems formed. Two of our space telescopes (@NASAHubble and Spitzer) are tracking the object the week of Nov. 20. As of Monday, the asteroid is travelling about 85,700 miles per hour (38.3 kilometers per second) relative to the Sun. Credit: rn Southern Observatory/M. Kornmesser #nasa #space #interstellar #rocky #asteroid #solarsystem #milkyway #discovery #firstever #first #picoftheday #scientists

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