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  • lonequixote:

    The Schoolmaster Rene Magritte

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  • moon-medicine:

    sci-universe:

    The Fukang meteorite, believed to be some 4.5 billion years old, was found near a town of the same name in China, in 2000. It is a pallasite, a type of meteorite with golden crystals of a mineral called olivine embedded in a silvery honeycomb of nickel-iron.

    The original meteorite weighted just over a thousand kilogram (~2k pounds), but the rock was so brilliant that everybody wanted a piece of it. Since then it has been divided into dozens of thin slices and auctioned or distributed around the world. Fukang is possibly the most stunning extraterrestrial piece of rock man has ever seen.

    Photo sources: 1, 2, 3, 4

    A few nights ago, I climbed city hall and just after I got done saying how much light pollution there was from the city, I saw a fiery golden meteor shooting across the sky. It was beautiful, even better than a falling star.

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