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    Arsinoitherium zitteli skull at the @Canadian Museum of Nature. 

    Arsinoitherium is an extinct genus of paenungulate mammal related to elephants, sirenians, hyraxes and the extinct desmostylians, as well as to other extinct embrithopods. These species were elephant-like herbivores that lived during the late Eocene and the early Oligocene of northern Africa from 36 to 30 million years ago, in areas of tropical rainforest and at the margin of mangrove swamps.

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    amnhnyc:

    Astronomers have long pondered the origins of enormous elliptical galaxies in the young Universe. An object 11 billion light-years away spotted by the Herschel mission may help unravel the mystery. 

    Two massive spiral galaxies merged to create a giant elliptical galaxy, which were previously believed to form through the absorption of dwarf galaxies over time. 

    Learn more about this finding in a Science Bulletin video

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    Astronomy word of the day

    multiverseofawesomeness:

    AU = Astronomical Unit  or the distance between the earth and the sun. That distance is roughly 93 million miles. So 90AU is 90 times the distance from the earth to sun or 8,370,000,000.

    Titan .

    multiverseofawesomeness:

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    Above you see the beautiful moon Titan which orbits Saturn. This is one of the places in our Solar System where we think there could be a possible life form. The last mission that involved Titan was Cassini, there was another mission proposed called the Titan…

    Interstellar Travel .

    multiverseofawesomeness:

    Interstellar travel, not to be confused with intergalactic travel, has been a dream of humanity since the times of Star Trek. The idea that you could use a ship to explore all the unknown places within our own galaxy, or maybe one day our entire know universe, is…

    multiverseofawesomeness:

    Simply Beautiful Nebulae

    A lot of these nebulae aren’t too common. In order you have the :

    1. Ant Nebula

    2. Carina Nebula

    3. Cat Eye Nebula

    4. Eskimo Nebula

    5. Rosette Nebula

    6. Crescent Nebula

    7. Helix Nebula

    All simply beautiful, and there are an unimaginably large number of nebulae in the observable universe which I will share with you all at a later date. 

    For more science articles, pics, news, follow Multiverseofawesomeness.tumblr.com 

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