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All hashtags are grouped on 30 from the most popular to the least popular.

Why all hashtags are grouped on 30?
  • 30 is the maximum number of hashtags that you can add at once in the description or in the comments to the post according to the rules of Instagram.
How to use 30 hashtags in one post?
  • 1st way: copy the group of 30 hashtags, insert them into the description of the post, save.
  • 2nd way: save the publication without hashtags, copy the group of 30 hashtags and insert them into the comment under your post.
When to publish hashtags? Is it possible to use always the same hashtags? - Important to know!
  • The hashtags must be added at the moment of publication in Instagram or immediately after it, because the hashtag's feed is chronological. An easier explanation: the sooner you add hashtags after the post's publication, the more persons see your post in the feed of hashtags selected.
  • Instagram doesn't like when you use the same hashtags from post to post. Even if the theme of your posts remains the same, you can always choose different hashtags, because there are various elements in the photo. For example, if all your photos represent nature, the hashtags shouldn’t be only "nature", but could be also " sunset", "flower", "sky", "spring" etc.
  • To get more likes, use more general hashtags. For example "cafe" instead of "Starbucks". The hashtags on more general topics are more popular in Instagram, they have more viewings of posts and more likes.

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Method of calculating popularity and how to use it.
  • On Instagram the popularity of a particular hashtag is equal to the frequency of its use.
    The frequency of use is the number of posts on Instagram with a specific hashtag.
    It follows from this that the popularity of a set of hashtags is the total number of posts of all hashtags included in the set.
  • The more popular a hashtag set is, the more likes and followers you can get from it.
    At the same time, the more popular a set of hashtags, the faster you have to add it to the description of the post or comment to it, because the feed of hashtags is chronological and posts on more popular hashtags quickly replace each other at the top of the feed.
How to understand and use color codes (red, orange, yellow)?
  • Red - High popularity - More than 10,000,000.
  • Orange - Average popularity - More than 1,000,000 and less than 10,000,000.
  • Yellow - Low popularity - Less than 1,000,000.
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Top publications - popular hashtags constellation

  • The theory of multiverse. It just blows my mind, and yours(Watching it with the Hans Zimmer track in the background is something incredible). Follow the page Leave a comment Tag a friend.

    #1, @physicsworld1.618, 2018.10.19, ♥ 1397

  • All of my witchy themed enamel pins, including the newly released Crow Pin and Know Your Power! I d love to boost my collection of witch pins- let me know if you have any recommendations for spooky makers!

    #2, @glitter.punk, 2018.04.07, ♥ 1145

  • If you don t climb, you can t fall. But living all life on the ground will not give you joy.

    #3, @salefph, 2018.08.23, ♥ 843

  • Seems like watercolor has really become a thing for me this year! Which cosmic lady do you prefer

    #4, @chou_a_la_clem, 2017.12.13, ♥ 391

  • When you are flowing in perfect synchronicity with the elements of Nature. Become water my friend.

    #5, @samsaratribe, 2018.05.15, ♥ 353

  • Dwell on the beauty of life. Watch the stars, and see yourself running with them. Marcus Aurelius. Buy a star today, link in bio!

    #6, @starregistration, 2017.12.11, ♥ 274

  • Space time Awareness Amsterdam

    #7, @be_aware89, 2018.06.01, ♥ 243

  • Such a beautiful photo from. Tag someone you would take here!

    #8, @starregistration, 2017.12.18, ♥ 239

  • We hope you re all enjoying the Christmas season!

    #9, @starregistration, 2017.12.26, ♥ 226

  • Pisces are intuitive and artistic

    #10, @emilysartshop, 2018.02.11, ♥ 223

  • The nitrogen in our DNA, the calcium in our teeth, the iron in our blood, the carbon in our apple pies were made in the interiors of collapsing stars. We are made of starstuff.- Carl Sagan.

    #11, @starregistration, 2017.12.16, ♥ 222

  • Buy a star for someone this Christmas. It s the perfect gift for someone who is hard to buy for! Link in bio.

    #12, @starregistration, 2017.12.10, ♥ 220

  • Another recent custom Astro Mala order from a client in NJ, who reached out looking to create a special one-of-a-kind zodiac-inspired gift for her Cancer mother. She wanted to tell a story with the beads, and selected Howlite, Matte Aventurine, and Matte Amethyst in this lovely pattern. We worked together to select just the right little gold spacer beads to set them apart, and I have to say, I am SO happy with how this little beauty turned out. It is such a pleasure to meet new people through this miracle of social media, and to work together to create special gifts that(I hope) will be treasured for a very long time to come. Please check out the new Etsy store which has*just* launched, with a selection of Astro Malas and pendants. Custom orders always welcome. Many more listings coming, so please check back often! Link in bio Website is underway and launching soon, as is my Icelandic collection which has been a labor of love and a long time in the works! Thanks to all for the support, I m forever filled with gratitude. X.

    #13, @liannaboheme, 2018.06.25, ♥ 209

  • Spectacular Geminid Meteor Shower Peaks Tonight! With rates as high as one or two meteors per minute at around 9pm! Tag your friends and family so they don t miss out tonight!

    #14, @starregistration, 2017.12.13, ♥ 207

  • You can t beat a clear sky when you re out camping in the forest! Tag a friend that would love to camp here.

    #15, @starregistration, 2017.12.08, ♥ 203

  • If you re struggling to find something to buy for someone, buy them a star! It s the perfect unique gift! Link in bio for more.

    #16, @starregistration, 2017.12.12, ♥ 200

  • Who will be looking up this weekend

    #17, @starregistration, 2017.12.15, ♥ 197

  • We hope you have all had a great start to the year! Make sure you don t miss the Quadrantids meteor shower on the 3rd January! There will be up to 120 meteor s per hour peaking in the early hours of Thursday!

    #18, @starregistration, 2018.01.01, ♥ 196

  • We hope you ve enjoyed Christmas!

    #19, @starregistration, 2017.12.27, ♥ 193

  • Happy New Year from all of us at Star Registration! We hope you have an amazing night!:D

    #20, @starregistration, 2017.12.31, ♥ 190

  • Each star is as unique as a snowflake! Buy a star now and receive it via email in time for Christmas!

    #21, @starregistration, 2017.12.23, ♥ 186

  • Have you ever wondered why that stars Twinkle Our new blog post goes into depth and explains why they do! Link in bio!

    #22, @starregistration, 2017.12.09, ♥ 184

  • Our new blog post is live- Christmas Gifts for Star Gazers. Link in bio for more!

    #23, @starregistration, 2017.12.17, ♥ 182

  • It s time! Win yourself a star by simply commenting what you would name your star and why! Congratulations to last weeks winner.

    #24, @starregistration, 2017.12.14, ♥ 181

  • Tag someone you would stay here with! We hope you re looking forward to the new year!

    #25, @starregistration, 2017.12.30, ♥ 179

  • from all of us at Star Registration! We hope you have a good one!

    #26, @starregistration, 2017.12.25, ♥ 179

  • Meet our lovely Aventurine Astro Mala bracelet featuring the zodiac constellation of your choice(Libra pictured here) in 14k gold or sterling silver. Called the stone of opportunity, Aventurine is famed for its ability to promote prosperity and good fortune. Aventurine can help you to manifest your deepest desires as it s said to have a powerful resonance with abundance on all levels Prosperity, Love, Healing, etc. Aventurine aligns with your heart chakra and Source energy to bring your deepest desires to fruition! Aventurine is a wonderful stone for healing and meditation, and is especially good at promoting abundance and good fortune. It s powerful winning energy promotes good luck to the wearer and boosts one s luck in all you may encounter. Work with this stone when you re ready to embody and usher in these qualities: ➳ prosperity and good luck ➳ empathy& perseverance ➳ psychic protection ➳ attracting abundance, prosperity, love, healing ➳ calming, stress reduction, promotes well-being Custom orders and wholesale inquiries welcome. Available now in our store, click link in bio to purchase!. braceletlover

    #27, @liannaboheme, 2018.06.29, ♥ 177

  • Monday s should be for sleeping in!

    #28, @blush_and_blue, 2018.02.05, ♥ 175

  • . I enjoy painting happy female faces so much! What are your favorites. The weather outside is glorious and Jenny knows it!.

    #29, @rowdy.mermaid, 2018.02.27, ♥ 171

  • Full Moon Drop Saturday at TheMoonLife.com

    #30, @themoonlifeclothing, 2018.03.27, ♥ 169

  • A star is a perfect gift for a loved one. Link in bio to buy a star!

    #31, @starregistration, 2017.12.29, ♥ 167

  • She didn t speak a lick of French, but she wandered into the Albertine to read under a constellation of stars: Julianne Day Ignacio Whimsical bookstores is our thing guys Our Editor in Chief did some wandering around and stumbled into Albertine, where English and French books share the same shelves. Petite in its size but their ceiling is stretched across the universe! Wouldn t mind being there for a bit Across from the Met and Central Park on 79th Street, located at 972 5th Avenue, go for a walk yourself and see what it s like! Have any interesting spots to share Mention or comment below this post

    #32, @vergeofverse, 2017.09.27, ♥ 164

  • Gravitational waves are ripples in the fabric of space-time caused by some of the most violent and energetic processes in the Universe. Albert Einstein predicted the existence of gravitational waves in 1916 in his general theory of relativity. Einstein s mathematics showed that massive accelerating objects(such as neutron stars or black holes orbiting each other) would disrupt space-time in such a way that waves of distorted space would radiate from the source(like the movement of waves away from a stone thrown into a pond). Furthermore, these ripples would travel at the speed of light through the Universe, carrying with them information about their cataclysmic origins, as well as invaluable clues to the nature of gravity itself. The strongest gravitational waves are produced by catastrophic events such as colliding black holes, the collapse of stellar cores(supernovae), coalescing neutron stars or white dwarf stars, the slightly wobbly rotation of neutron stars that are not perfect spheres, and the remnants of gravitational radiation created by the birth of the Universe itself. The animation illustrates how gravitational waves are emitted by two neutron stars as they first orbit each other and then coalesce.(Credit: NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center). Follow the page Leave a comment Tag a friend.

    #33, @physicsworld1.618, 2018.10.21, ♥ 157

  • The beautiful long corridor entrance of the Paris Theater leading to the beautiful grandiose space.

    #34, @paristheatersobe, 2018.11.28, ♥ 156

  • Introducing our Serpentine Astro Mala! Serpentine has long been one of my very favorite gemstones not only is it beautiful to look at, but it has such a potent and powerful feel to it. I ve been drawn to Serpentine ever since falling in love with Kundalini yoga about 5 years ago. What are your favorite gemstones and crystals Comment below, I d love to hear from you:) Click on the link in bio to purchase one of our lovely Astro Malas or pendant necklaces featuring the zodiac constellation of your choice!(Gemini pictured above). Many varieties of gemstones to chose from, with your choice of gold or silver charms. Pendants also available in Rose Gold! Custom and wholesale inquiries welcome. A few notes about our Serpentine Astro Mala: While these delicate pale green Serpentine beads are beautiful in their own right, they re also a wonderful stone for healing and meditation. Serpentine is a powerful healing tool, giving rise to Kundalini energy and helping awaken the power within. Work with this stone when you re ready to embody and usher in these qualities: ➳ enhanced spiritual awakening ➳ wisdom ➳ psychic protection ➳ attracting abundance, prosperity, love, healing ➳ retrieval of ancient wisdom ➳ Chakra: Heart, crown, works to clear all chakras ➳ Element: Earth, Air ➳ Numerology Vibration: 8 ➳ Zodiac Signs: Gemini ➳ Crystal Energy: protection, psychic opening, healing, kundalini energy Manifesting: Serpentine can help you to manifest your deepest desires as it has a powerful resonance with abundance on all levels Prosperity, Love, Healing, etc. Serpentine aligns with your heart chakra and Source energy to bring your deepest desires to fruition!.

    #35, @liannaboheme, 2018.06.30, ♥ 152

  • Happy New Year! I ll start off 2018 with a pic of Pleiades, better known as The Seven Sisters, for you all. This was captured back in November. Enjoy, and best wishes during our next orbit around the sun. Look to the stars

    #36, @brian.t.bradley, 2018.01.02, ♥ 151

  • One more sleep until Christmas!

    #37, @starregistration, 2017.12.24, ♥ 147

  • 3 more sleeps until Christmas, it s not too late to grab a star for Christmas! Order by 23rd and receive your star in time for Christmas via Email. Link in bio.

    #38, @starregistration, 2017.12.22, ♥ 146

  • . It wasn t until I saw constellations in your eyes, and tears upon your face, that I finally understood what it meant to have the world.

    #39, @hannsraaj, 2018.03.07, ♥ 146

  • / Never apologize for burning too brightly or collapsing into yourself every night. That is how galaxies are made. And I believe in the stars./

    #40, @i.am.natalie.x, 2018.02.24, ♥ 145

  • A winning combination:) Our Aventurine gemstone Astro Mala with 14k gold-dipped Libra Constellation charm my favorite watch. All zodiac constellations available, in both sterling silver or gold, along with many varieties of gemstone beads. Custom always orders welcome. Click the link in bio to purchase!.

    #41, @liannaboheme, 2018.06.26, ♥ 143

  • A couple of months ago the brilliant sent me the sweetest mail. With it, came this adorable cat pin. What s so brilliant is that in one tiny pin you can find two things I absolutely love: cats and stars. It s just perfect. Thank you. You might see this pin in lots of my photos from now on. Because I m an untrustworthy friend, I still haven t answered back with my own letter. I will soon, I promise! Q: Do you have anything cute and tiny that represents exactly who you are and what you love

    #42, @eloise_brad, 2018.04.03, ♥ 142

  • Are there stars outside of galaxies. Are there any lonely stars between galaxies. Yes, there are stars between galaxies. When there are collisions or interactions between galaxies, stars can be ripped out of the galaxies. These stars will then wander into space between galaxies. Such stars have been observed with the Hubble Space Telescope. Astronomers now need to determine how many of these stars may exist, in order to get a better estimate of how much matter there is in the Universe. Follow the page Leave a comment Tag a friend.

    #43, @physicsworld1.618, 2018.10.24, ♥ 142

  • Head on over and buy a star from our site(link in bio). The perfect gift.

    #44, @starregistration, 2017.12.28, ♥ 139

  • Abstract expressionist art, psychedelic abstracts and landscapes by Richard Van Vliet ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 20 off your first order at VanVlietArt.com ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

    #45, @vanvlietart, 2018.02.14, ♥ 137

  • Just sold and shipped this morning! our Howlite Astro Mala with Sterling Silver Cancer zodiac charm. All astrology signs available in a variety of gemstone beads; Gold or silver finish. Custom and/or wholesale inquiries welcome. Link in bio to purchase!.

    #46, @liannaboheme, 2018.06.28, ♥ 136

  • Why do constellations look the same after several years even though all the stars are moving. It is said that all stars are moving at different speeds and directions. Believable enough, but why, after being around for 73 years, do the stars of the Big Dipper appear to me to be in the same relative position to one another. The motion of stars is quite small at a few or a few tens of km/s. However, they are situated several light years away from us. let us take an example. Let a star be situated about 10 light years away from us(note that this is a nearby star) and move at 10 km/s. Then, in 100 years, the movement is approximately 30 billion km. The distance of the star from us in comparison is 90,000 billion kilometers. So its motion in 100 years is so small compared to its distance that we see the star in the same spot in the sky. However, if one waits for a few hundred thousand years, then one can definitely see the constellations change. Follow the page Leave a comment Tag a friend.

    #47, @physicsworld1.618, 2018.10.26, ♥ 128

  • What is Hot Dark Matter theory. I have heard of something called HDM which is a theory to explain dark matter that is no longer as popular as it used to be. What is HDM. Two theories to explain the composition of dark matter are Hot Dark Matter theory(HDM) and Cold Dark Matter theory(CDM). The main difference between the two theories is the speed of the candidate particles. As you may have guessed, HDM particles move quickly(and are thus hot) while CDM particles move slowly. Neutrinos are the main HDM candidate for dark matter as they are very weakly interacting and exist in such large numbers in the universe. The main problem with HDM theory is that the high speeds of the particles(i.e. neutrinos) in the early universe could not have allowed small density fluctuations to clump together in order to create the large fluctuations we see now. We believe matter(or in other words galaxies) is distributed throughout the universe as it is now due to the growth of small initial fluctuations. Since neutrinos would have been moving so fast that these tiny initial fluctuations would have been smoothed out, HDM theory cannot account for the distribution of galaxies in the universe. The small scale of this initial clumping that is impossible for neutrinos to maintain is supported by COBEobservations. Now when HDM is discussed, it is usually in combination with CDM(the combination is called MDM or mixed dark matter). HDM is thought to be limited to at most a few percent of dark matter if the amount is even measurable. Follow the page Leave a comment Tag a friend.

    #48, @physicsworld1.618, 2018.10.16, ♥ 122

  • Another Astro Mala just sold and shipped to its new owner this morning! Pictured here is our Rose Quartz Mala, with 14k gold-dipped Cancer zodiac constellation charm. All astrology signs available, with many varieties of beads to chose from, in a gold or silver finish. Custom and wholesale orders welcome, click link in bio to see more! About our Rose Quartz Astro Mala: Rose Quartz is a powerful aid when it comes to matters of the heart. Whether you are looking to attract a deep and loving relationship, strengthen your current relationship, or recover from heartbreak, the soothing and strengthening vibes of Rose Quartz will assist in manifesting your heart s true desire. Rose Quartz is also especially good at promoting and strengthening self-love, and can be a wonderful addition to your self-care rituals. It s strong, harmonic healing love energy promotes forgiveness, open-heartedness, trust and harmony, and can help diffuse arguments to foster a peaceful resolution. Finally, Rose quartz has a very strong yet gentle feminine energy, and can work to help you connect you your true self and the Divine Feminine within. Also known as the mothering stone Rose Quartz is a powerful stone to work with when dealing with the loss of a mother or maternal trauma/wounding of any kind, as well as a beautiful stone to wear during pregnancy. Worn post-partum and in early motherhood, Rose Quartz is known to help soothe and heal post-partum depression. Work with this stone when you re ready to embody and usher in these qualities: ➳ attracting or deepening romantic love ➳ powerful self-love ➳ deep inner healing and peace ➳ trust and harmony ➳ wisdom, forgiveness, understanding.

    #49, @liannaboheme, 2018.06.30, ♥ 120

  • Just added to the shop Introducing our Rose Gold Astro Pendant! Having trouble finding that thoughtful personalized gift for someone special Look no further:) This beauty features a Rose Gold-dipped pendant on a Rose Gold chain, with birthday zodiac/ astrology constellation or other star pattern of your choice. Cancer constellation pictured here. Click the link in bio to purchase! Custom orders and wholesale inquiries welcome. DM or click on the email link in bio to get in touch!.

    #50, @liannaboheme, 2018.07.01, ♥ 116

  • What is the farthest in space that we have gone. Where is the farthest in space that we went up to A galaxy Another solar system. The farthest in space that humans have gone is the moon, most recently during the Apollo 17 mission in December 1972. The farthest that any object made by humans has gone is slightly outside of our own solar system(farther out than any of the planets, that is, but still within the reach of the sun s influence). According to NASA, as of January 2001 the Voyager 1 mission (originally launched in 1977 to study the outer planets) was 12 billion kilometers from the sun(around 80 times the Earth-Sun distance) and moving away at a rate of several hundred million kilometers per year. Follow the page Leave a comment Tag a friend.

    #51, @physicsworld1.618, 2018.10.30, ♥ 114

  • Are planetary nebulae the result of supernovae. No, they are two entirely different things. A planetary nebula is born when a low mass star dies(low mass means less than about 8 times the mass of the Sun), while the supernova is the death of a massive star. In low mass stars, the outer envelope of the star is ejected out while the core of the star becomes a white dwarf. The ejected envelope expands away from the central star and creates the nebula that we see. So, if you look at the pictures of classic planetary nebulae like the Ring nebula, you will be a ring of material with a star in the center. The ring of material was once part of the star in the center, but now has been ejected. The central star is now a white dwarf. In high mass stars, the story is entirely different. Nuclear fusion in the core produces elements all the way to iron. Once the mass of the iron core exceeds a certain threshold, it collapses causing shock waves to propagate outwards. The end result is the titanic explosion called the supernova, leaving behind a neutron star or a black hole. The exploded remains of the star form a supernova remnant. Examples are the Crab nebula(M1 in Taurus) and the Veil nebula in Cygnus. Hence, a supernova produces a supernova remnant and not a planetary nebula. Follow the page Leave a comment Tag a friend.

    #52, @physicsworld1.618, 2018.10.28, ♥ 106

  • Because, Rose Gold. Introducing the new Rose Gold Astro Pendant, featuring the zodiac constellation of your choice.(Cancer pictured here) Available in gold, rose gold, and sterling silver. Custom orders and wholesale inquiries always welcome. Click the link in bio to purchase!.

    #53, @liannaboheme, 2018.07.02, ♥ 101

  • Are black holes spherical. Can you go to the other side of a black hole As in, is a black hole a sphere that you can go to the other side of, or if you orbited it from lightyears away, could you go around it. It is, in fact, possible to orbit a black hole. You do not even have to be light years outside of it. You simply have to be outside the event horizon, the distance at which everything, even light, falls into the black hole. For a normal-sized black hole, between fifty and seventy miles is a safe distance to orbit. A black hole is a sphere in the sense that everything that goes within its Schwarzschild radius(the distance from the center of the black hole to the event horizon) cannot escape its gravity. Thus, there is a dark sphere around the infinitely dense center, or singularity, from which nothing can escape. There is a supermassive black hole at the center of the Milky Way, and we orbit this black hole approximately every 230 million years. To answer the title question, if a black hole is rotating, then it will be shaped as an oblate spheroid, slightly larger around the equator than in the direction of the poles. However, the equations of general relativity tell us that rather than having one radius, the location of the event horizon, there are two important radii, the spherical event horizon on the inside, and the oblate spheroidal exterior surface. The region in between the two is called the ergosphere, where particles cannot remain at rest and objects can still escape the black hole. Such a black hole looks like this(swipe left). As in the non-rotating case, no particle entering the event horizon can escape. Follow the page Leave a comment Tag a friend.

    #54, @physicsworld1.618, 2018.10.15, ♥ 101

  • Is there such a thing as hyperspace. Is there such thing as hyperspace Is it or will it one day be possible to travel through it We re not sure if there is a hyperspace or not!. A hyperspace is a space with more than the usual 4 dimensions, that is 3 spatial dimensions and 1 time dimension(the 3 spatial and 1 time dimensions are collectively referred to as spacetime). Whether this actually exists or not is still a matter of debate. Conventional physical theories like general relativity, quantum mechanics and electrodynamics require only 4 dimensions. However, some of these theories are incompatible with each other in certain physical regimes: for instance, general relativity doesn t work very well at describing systems where quantum mechanics is important, and vice-versa. Many physicists are therefore trying to develop unifying theories, or theories that interpret the Universe at a more fundamental level than the ones we currently have do. Theories like quantum mechanics and general relatvity could then be derived from the same unified theory, resolving the compatibility issues. Many popular unifying theories operate in many-dimensional hyperspaces; a good example is string theory, which invokes 11 dimensions! Although these theories are partially successful at reproducing conventional physics, they remain very incomplete and largely unproven. So, whether one actually requires a hyperspace to understand the Universe remains unknown, and will likely remain so for a few decades. If hyperspace does indeed exist, your guess at how travel through it would be is as good as mine!. Follow the page Leave a comment Tag a friend.

    #55, @physicsworld1.618, 2018.10.14, ♥ 101

  • who doesn t love a challenge. even better, a yoga challenge. so many life lessons are woven into your journey. come roll the dice. Follow YogaLand s beguiling eight-limbed path to Samadhi and you will meet Constellation Rajakapotasana.

    #56, @eashleydean, 2018.02.19, ♥ 100

  • Abstract expressionist art, psychedelic abstracts and landscapes by Richard Van Vliet ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 25 off your Valentines Sale at VanVlietArt.com ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

    #57, @vanvlietart, 2018.02.11, ♥ 98

  • She s a rock n roll gypsy. Don t go breaking my heart

    #58, @raphaeladeog, 2018.01.07, ♥ 93

  • 4 hours of sumed up into 15 seconds If you look closely you can follow The worst part for is my oldest nemesis.! They look though.

    #59, @lojkevr, 2018.08.18, ♥ 88

  • How long could life on Earth survive if the Sun stopped shining. What would happen to life on Earth if the Sun were to burn out how long would we be able to survive. The Earth s atmosphere has some capacity to hold in heat but not much of one. A relatively simple calculation would show that the Earth s surface temperature would drop by a factor of two about every two months if the Sun were shut off. The current mean temperature of the Earth s surface is about 300 Kelvin(K). This means in two months the temperature would drop to 150K, and 75K in four months. To compare, the freezing point of water is 273K. So basically it d get too cold for us humans within just a few weeks. Some bacteria seem to be capable of surviving at extremely cold temperatures in space, so there would probably still be some limited bacterial life left on Earth. But anything else would die pretty quickly(even the rats:). We could probably survive if we went deep underground where the Earth s internal heat is higher or if we built totally isolated habitation domes, but at the moment I don t think we re capable of something like that on any appreciable scales. Follow the page Leave a comment Tag a friend.

    #60, @physicsworld1.618, 2018.10.17, ♥ 88

  • The stars are projectors, yeah.

    #61, @michelle.simone, 2018.02.21, ♥ 87

  • Elegant evenings and events here.

    #62, @paristheatersobe, 2019.01.29, ♥ 87

  • Have you ever watched the Moon rise The slow rise of a nearly full moon over a clear horizon can be an impressive sight. One impressive moonrise was imaged in early 2013 over Mount Victoria Lookout I Wellington, New Zealand. With detailed planning, an industrious astrophotographer placed a camera about two kilometers away and pointed it across the lookout to where the Moon would surely soon be making its nightly debut. People on Mount Victoria Lookout can be seen in silhouette themselves admiring the dawn of Earth s largest satellite. Follow the page Leave a comment Tag a friend.

    #63, @physicsworld1.618, 2018.11.01, ♥ 80

  • And the smile signals emptiness. For me, starless and bible black

    #64, @raphaeladeog, 2018.02.10, ♥ 79

  • One vibe be aware! Awareness Amsterdam! Eternity!

    #65, @be_aware89, 2018.11.03, ♥ 79

  • Where do planetary rings come from, and what are they made of. Why do planets have rings What are they made of. The rings of Jupiter are made of dust, which probably was knocked off of its moons by meteorite impacts. The rings of Saturn are made of chunks of water ice, mostly about 2 centimeters in size, the size of a baseball or softball. The rings of Uranus are made of larger ice boulders several meters across, and quite a bit of dust. The rings of Uranus are made of darker stuff than Saturn s rings, probably dirtier ice. We don t know for sure where the rings of Uranus and Saturn came from. Some of the rings might come from moons torn apart by the planet s gravity, or they could have formed as the planets formed. Neptune s rings are even more mysterious. We don t have a good idea of what they re made of, but the ring particles are probably very small, dark particles of ice and rock. Follow the page Leave a comment Tag a friend.

    #66, @physicsworld1.618, 2018.10.13, ♥ 78

  • - TICKET LINK IN BIO COUPLES SPECIAL: 2 tickets for 35:) DM for personal delivery today!

    #67, @christineariya, 2017.12.14, ♥ 76

  • Who cares if one more light goes out In a sky of a million stars. Well i do. LP- One More Light

    #68, @scofender93, 2017.10.19, ♥ 76


    #69, @christineariya, 2017.12.12, ♥ 74

  • USE HEADPHONES- TAG a friend to show this- TURN ON POST NOTIFICATION- FOLLOW for more. Follow for more Space info

    #70, @multiverse8, 2018.07.02, ♥ 73

  • Beautiful day here in Miami.

    #71, @paristheatersobe, 2019.01.29, ♥ 70

  • .Where is your mind.

    #72, @low.art.hoe, 2018.06.15, ♥ 65

  • The Fermi Paradox TAG a friend to show this TURN ON POST NOTIFICATION FOLLOW for more. Follow for more Space info

    #73, @multiverse8, 2018.07.04, ♥ 65

  • MIND CONSTELLATION Artist Oksana Tsiselska

    #74, @oart45, 2019.02.16, ♥ 65

  • Sweet progress

    #75, @misscicchi, 2018.01.31, ♥ 64

  • Low carb pancakes: coconut cinnamon and pineapple() Love this tropical combination! 2 egg whites 2 tbsp coconut flour an illegal amount of cinnamon a pinch of salt stevia to taste pineapple for decorating. whisk all together with an electric beater and cook in a little coconut oil. Pancake low carb cocco e cannella con ananas. Accostamento tropicale da provare 2 albumi 2 cucchiai di cocco una dose illegale di cannella un pizzico di sale stevia ananas per guarnire Io monto tutto a neve e cuocio in poco olio di cocco. In questo periodo ho bandito burri e cremine, ma questa farcitura non me li fa rimpiangere.

    #76, @menta_e_barancio, 2018.06.07, ♥ 64

  • Pure class.

    #77, @bartek.kuran, 2018.03.26, ♥ 63

  • The Stars are so beautiful.

    #78, @ingokusch, 2018.07.19, ♥ 63

  • inspired by the beautiful

    #79, @khali_ivy, 2018.08.08, ♥ 63

  • Tickets now on sale for my second wedding photography workshop with

    #80, @thetwinsweddings, 2017.12.15, ♥ 56

  • This haphazard bunch of flowers is currently brightening up our kitchen and has the nicest smell. We let son Xam(5 years old) pick out the flowers at our florist. Kind of random as a total, but he s pretty proud of his arrangement. Made with the Capricorn Flower Constellation 11 days left on Kickstarter. Don t miss our earlybird deals!.

    #81, @houseofthol, 2018.04.24, ♥ 52

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    #82, @multiverse8, 2018.07.29, ♥ 51

  • Painting details of the Midnight Snack

    #83, @misscicchi, 2018.02.10, ♥ 50

  • But then the Muses take over.

    #84, @deardiaryboutique, 2018.01.29, ♥ 50

  • Anime Boston. Lineup!- Super excited. Friday morning- Constellation Honoka Friday afternoon- Beauty and Beast Belle Saturday- Dragonmaid Tohru Sunday morning- Akko Sunday afternoon- Belle or Tohru.

    #85, @bunnymooncosplay, 2018.03.28, ♥ 50

  • Our two first Flower Constellation prototypes are Capricorn and Libra, which is totally random: our own star signs are Scorpio and Taurus Still loving these two though, because they re so different from one another: it really makes a difference which one you use for your floral arrangement. We have a full overview of all Flower Constellations on our website, did you know So. What s your sign. Photograph by of course.

    #86, @houseofthol, 2018.04.17, ♥ 48

  • Most probable ways for origin of Life on Earth.- TAG a friend to show this- TURN ON POST NOTIFICATION- FOLLOW for more. Follow for more Space info

    #87, @multiverse8, 2018.06.28, ♥ 48

  • The Lost at Sea Journal is on its way to its new home in Virginia!:)

    #88, @deardiaryboutique, 2018.01.30, ♥ 47

  • TAG a friend to show this- TURN ON POST NOTIFICATION- FOLLOW for more. Follow for more Space info

    #89, @multiverse8, 2018.06.18, ♥ 46

  • It s our own universe Cover up the goodbyes Whenever you miss me Just look up at the sky

    #90, @saraexki, 2018.08.11, ♥ 44

  • Some more pics of my new tattoo by at in b&w because my skin was a little pink

    #91, @yvonnesedition, 2018.01.24, ♥ 43

  • Practising side profiles.

    #92, @hikaaa_mitsu, 2018.04.26, ♥ 43

  • Buy a star for a loved one this Christmas! Buy before Dec 23rd to receive your star via email in time for Christmas morning! The perfect Christmas gift for a loved one!- www.starregistration.net

    #93, @starregistration, 2017.12.20, ♥ 42

  • I m so extra with the details

    #94, @deardiaryboutique, 2018.01.16, ♥ 42

  • Hands of Time Journal:)

    #95, @deardiaryboutique, 2018.01.27, ♥ 41

  • YOU ARE COSMOS- TAG a friend to show this- TURN ON POST NOTIFICATION- FOLLOW for more. Follow for more Space info

    #96, @multiverse8, 2018.06.29, ♥ 41

  • Oh look at this beautiful picture by with the flower constellation by.⠀ ⠀

    #97, @dutchdesigncollections, 2018.09.29, ♥ 41

  • The Big Bang- TAG a friend to show this- TURN ON POST NOTIFICATION- FOLLOW for more. Follow for more Space info

    #98, @multiverse8, 2018.06.28, ♥ 40

  • Sometimes you have an idea.(See next post)

    #99, @deardiaryboutique, 2018.01.29, ♥ 39

  • Brightest Star ✦

    #100, @n.o.rez, 2019.02.11, ♥ 39

  • Sold! Queen Mary should be in its new home in New York by now:)

    #101, @deardiaryboutique, 2018.01.25, ♥ 38

  • It s never too late to make things right.

    #102, @stade_photography, 2018.03.22, ♥ 36

  • Love my Constellation group for AB Regrann from- Our Nico, Honoka, Rin, and Eli got together in Constellation group for Anime Boston. Thanks for our friend to be in shot too. We absolutely love his shot. Photo credit:-

    #103, @bunnymooncosplay, 2018.04.07, ♥ 36

  • STARS TRAILS AND IMAGING WITH JUSTIN STARR http:/ow.ly/7UJD30j5a3g SATURDAY, APRIL 14TH, 2018(PART 1) FROM 5:30PM-8:30PM At Sunken Meadow State Park& SUNDAY, APRIL 15TH, 2018(PART 2) FROM 12:00PM-1:30PM At our Berger Bros. Camera Syosset Have you ever wondered how photographers capture those beautiful star trails, gorgeous arcs of light drawn against the sky as the stars appear to move due to the Earth s rotation Amateur astrophotographer, Justin Starr, will help you choose the appropriate settings for your camera and lens in order to make such an image. First, on the night of Saturday, April 14th from 5:30pm-8:30pm, participants will go to Sunken Meadow State Park to capture at least an hour and a half of exposures of star revolutions. Then, on Sunday, April 15th, from 12:00pm-1:30 m at Berger Bros Syosset, Justin will show you how to compile your star trail images and process your planetary images using free software and edit them in photo-editing software. Students will need: StarStax(for processing star trails photos, Justin will demo how to download) Some type of photo editing software(Lightroom, Photoshop, etc) Instructor: Justin Starr Cost: 125 For more information or to register: Contact Carol, The Education Coordinator, at(516)496-1000 or Email: ClassInfo-bros.com.

    #104, @bergerbroscamera, 2018.03.22, ♥ 35

  • Stars shining bright above you. Night breezes seem to whisper I love you Birds singing in the sycamore tree. Dream a little dream of me

    #105, @touchwoodpl, 2018.04.15, ♥ 35

  • Personalised! It s just better!

    #106, @deardiaryboutique, 2018.01.13, ♥ 34

  • Hard to take a photo by yourself of your lower right arm but here s the new tattoo by which we did at yesterday. Highly recommend this tattoo place for my BCN buddies who want some new ink. Highly recommend Leon for that too and for his art generally. Better pics to come when I get some

    #107, @yvonnesedition, 2018.01.21, ♥ 33

  • What else could i call this one but Queen Mary

    #108, @deardiaryboutique, 2018.01.20, ♥ 33

  • SATURDAY, APRIL 14TH, 2018(PART 1) FROM 5:30PM-8:30PM At Sunken Meadow State Park SUNDAY, APRIL 15TH, 2018(PART 2) FROM 12:00PM-1:30PM At Berger Bros. Camera Syosset http:/ow.ly/ZXb430iR4ky.

    #109, @bergerbroscamera, 2018.03.09, ♥ 33

  • Night sky. Playa Grande looking north

    #110, @marktomalty, 2018.04.05, ♥ 33

  • Follow us for more great shots around the globe.

    #111, @rook.photographers, 2018.08.21, ♥ 32

  • Starry night Constellations: Pisces, The Swan

    #112, @michalwilkolazki, 2018.10.31, ♥ 32

  • Quasar: Many astronomers believe that quasars are the most distant objects yet detected in the universe. Quasars give off enormous amounts of energy- they can be a trillion times brighter than the Sun! Quasars are believed to produce their energy from massive black holes in the center of the galaxies in which the quasars are located. Because quasars are so bright, they drown out the light from all the other stars in the same galaxy. Despite their brightness, due to their great distance from Earth, no quasars can be seen with an unaided eye. Energy from quasars takes billions of years to reach the Earth s atmosphere. For this reason, the study of quasars can provide astronomers with information about the early stages of the universe. The word quasar is short for quasi-stellar radio source. This name, which means star-like emitters of radio waves, was given in the 1960s when quasars were first detected. The name is retained today, even though astronomers now know most quasars are faint radio emitters. In addition to radio waves and visible light, quasars also emit ultraviolet rays, infrared waves, X-rays, and gamma-rays. Most quasars are larger than our solar system. A quasar is approximately 1 kiloparsec in width. FOLLOW for more. TAG a friend to show this TURN ON POST NOTIFICATION Follow for more Space info

    #113, @multiverse8, 2018.08.02, ♥ 31

  • Hung out at the club with my first today(but seriously, seeing the tiny beak is awesome! Look at that coloration of the chitin!), got another entry into the education hall gallery(I m actually pretty proud of the statement I wrote to accompany it), and learned how the would look in two thousand years(each notch on the knob is two thousand years, by which time we will all be wearing laseriffic light-up sequin gloves, I m sure). Pretty awesome day of

    #114, @studiomnivorous, 2018.02.23, ♥ 28

  • Centaurus ✦

    #115, @n.o.rez, 2019.02.13, ♥ 28

  • Braved the cold again but this time the clouds where in the way so had to change position to get a ok picture. Like for naming the as I don t have a clue.

    #116, @o0matte0o, 2017.12.28, ♥ 27

  • When your stomach is low key trying to kill you and so you painted the stars.(100 Pinterest inspired)

    #117, @kharenconda, 2018.03.06, ♥ 27

  • The constellation on his face is Canis Major which basically means greater dog aka ToppDogg(yes I m claiming this as our constellation now) If you re wondering where 1 is(M41) I just made that the pupil of Xero s eye.

    #118, @thilsana, 2018.02.10, ♥ 26

  • Hydrogen Atoms FOLLOW for more. TAG a friend to show this TURN ON POST NOTIFICATION Follow for more Space info

    #119, @multiverse8, 2018.08.02, ♥ 26

  • The CONSTELLATIONS NECKLACE will be available in sterling silver or copper this season. Which is your favorite.

    #120, @mandkhouse, 2019.02.23, ♥ 26

  • One of my first ones:)

    #121, @deardiaryboutique, 2018.03.11, ♥ 25

  • Stellar Cloud FOLLOW For More Space Info

    #122, @multiverse8, 2018.08.13, ♥ 25

  • Lacerta Constellation Lacerta means lizard in Latin Johannes Hevelius created this constellation in 1687(not regarded as a constellation by ancient Western astronomers) One of the 88 modern constellations defined by the International Astronomical Union.

    #123, @woodtemple, 2018.04.03, ♥ 24

  • The CONSTELLATIONS NECKLACE is one of our first creations. It helped start our company! It was inspired by our studies of the stars& moon. We stopped making them because each one was a custom order& with the amount of travel& shows we now do, we couldn t get them out in a timely manner. So.this season, they ll be premade! Just choose your constellation from our inventory& we ll add it to the chain or key ring of your choice!.

    #124, @mandkhouse, 2019.02.22, ♥ 24

  • from Antares is the brightest in the of. It is considered to be a binary star of fiery red and emerald green, and lies at a distance of approximately 136 light years. Antares& Antares is the home of, both and. Often people also talk about The of. Antares is an important to other and. It is the to  our. Some, upon, choose to pass through the to.(LyssaRoyal& KeithPriest, The Prism of Lyra) Here on Earth, a lot of people that are referred to as , actually have come through Antares(or ). They are, usually, withdrawn and reserved. Al Bielek and V. Valerian mention that, who look just like normal humans are stationed as observers on the. Note: The antarieans are assiting us in sending us the higher energys. So that we can dissolve all karma

    #125, @8healingspirit, 2019.02.02, ♥ 14

  • Pisces 12 24 acrylic on canvas

    #126, @colorful_daydreams, 2016.12.11, ♥

  • Accalia

    #127, @aidansloanart, 2017.08.05, ♥

  • Gemini.

    #128, @ericcccccc12, 2017.10.16, ♥

  • Sorry I ve been so inactive! I ve actually been drawing most days this November. Here s a thank you card I did for the husband to give to someone. Weoooo.

    #129, @lumpy_rupe, 2017.11.13, ♥

  • The spectacular planetary nebula NGC 6302 lies roughly 3,800 light-years away in the constellation Scorpius. More popularly known as the Bug Nebula or the Butterfly Nebula, this celestial object looks like a delicate butterfly. But what resemble dainty wings are actually roiling regions of gas heated to more than 36,000 degrees Fahrenheit. The gas is tearing across space at more than 600,000 miles an hour fast enough to travel from Earth to the Moon in 24 minutes. The glowing gas is the star s outer layers, expelled over about 2,200 years. Credit: NASA

    #130, @explorenasa, 2017.12.30, ♥

  • Constellation of Leo necklace available in my Etsy shop! Collier constellation du Lion disponible dans ma boutique Etsy!

    #131, @gazolinejewelry, 2017.11.16, ♥

  • New ornaments in the shop- Not sure if I ll have time to add more or not before the holidays. Thanks everyone for your support. art

    #132, @chrissysparksart, 2017.12.11, ♥

  • 12 new tiny treasures are now available in my shop! Link in profile.

    #133, @chrissysparksart, 2017.12.08, ♥

  • Happy is home-

    #134, @constellationcatlynx, 2017.03.18, ♥

  • You ve got to be kitten me

    #135, @constellationcatlynx, 2017.01.28, ♥

  • Kiss me

    #136, @magacha_96, 2017.01.20, ♥

  • isn t this picture more seductive than your girlfriend s sister i mean we gotta agree, this view is so out of this world(ha, I m unbearable)- an astronaut aboard the international space station used long-exposure times to capture the apparent motion of stars in the night sky due to Earth s rotation to produce such an alluring star trail shot.- Have you ever tried star trail photography if so, then share your capture with me and I will feature it in my next post!- Also, 400th post! yas

    #137, @exploringthespace, 2018.01.21, ♥

  • Chill scenes in orbit

    #138, @exploringthespace, 2018.01.20, ♥

  • STS 129 Atlantis speeding towards the most dreamy& magical place there is

    #139, @exploringthespace, 2018.01.19, ♥

  • Atlantis taking flight good morning, I hope everyones having a great day so far:) Ps. sorry that included those white bars, apparently instagram has some resolution requirements that this particular picture wasn t meeting so i had to square it out in order to post it completely.

    #140, @exploringthespace, 2018.01.17, ♥

  • make way, my ride s approaching

    #141, @exploringthespace, 2018.01.16, ♥

  • The Red Sea, Saudi Arabia& Egypt as seen and captured by nasa astronaut Shane Kimbrough from the vantage point of the international space station Goodnight

    #142, @exploringthespace, 2018.01.15, ♥

  • Gemini 6A capsule approaches its sister capsule Gemini 7 the two spacecrafts came as close as one foot(30 cm) and could have docked had they been so equipped. December 20 1965 This post is in collab with so go check out his post and give his account a follow for more content of this type

    #143, @exploringthespace, 2018.01.13, ♥

  • This is a picture of just another wonder of our very fascinating universe that appears to be doing something quite. inappropriate This is a cloud that has broken off the Carina Nebula. It s about 8,000 light years away and has a nasty attitude. Or did, at least 8,000 years ago. Did we do something offensive at the time I ll leave this till here for your further interpretation

    #144, @exploringthespace, 2018.01.11, ♥

  • Iraq Dubai Turkey Iran Cyprus Syria Jordan Bahrain Israel all from space!

    #145, @exploringthespace, 2018.01.10, ♥

  • Space Shuttle Endeavour atop a NASA modified 747 over LAX

    #146, @exploringthespace, 2018.01.09, ♥

  • Nasa astronaut Carl Meade testing the Simplified Aid for EVA Rescue Backpack while himself conducting an EVA()

    #147, @exploringthespace, 2017.12.22, ♥

  • pictured here is history s first ever untethered spacewalk being performed by astronaut Bruce McCandless II(STS-41B, 1984) credz- imgur

    #148, @exploringthespace, 2017.10.06, ♥

  • Rhyolite Rings of Stones In winter, the stars seem to have rekindled their fires, the moon achieves a fuller triumph, and the heavens wear a look of a more exalted simplicity. John Burroughs the Hunter surrounded by the colorful Betelgeuse, Rigel, and the brightest star in the winter sky Sirius, appear as if they are hovering above the concentric circles of stones on the ground. What a view!*

    #149, @eileenmandellphotography, 2018.01.25, ♥

  • Tough to choose a favorite. What do you think Same base, subtle differences.

    #150, @kabaclyde, 2017.09.28, ♥

  • Blue meteorite dial by the hand of Genta. Strong contender for the 5711

    #151, @kabaclyde, 2017.03.22, ♥

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