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Samsung Galaxy S9 original cases tell the same story. Two models, one with singl...
Samsung Galaxy S9 original cases tell the same story. Two models, one with single camera and one with dual camera. Same design, but new hardware. Will see it on Sunday. #samsung#galaxy#s9#tech#technology#gadget#gadgets#smart#smartphone#unboxing#like4like#follow4follow#l4l#f4f
22.02.2018 23:49:06
Randomly messing around and being creative
#edit #space #galaxy #design #nature
Randomly messing around and being creative #edit#space#galaxy#design#nature...más
22.02.2018 23:49:04
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First job ordered:
The eye of troubador 
Thx for The opportunity @jorge_sven 
I ...
22.02.2018 23:47:46
It's not that great, but I guess I did the best with what I had. Considering the...
It's not that great, but I guess I did the best with what I had. Considering the circumstances I think I did well, although all it's gotten is criticism. What do you think? #art#person#artistsoninstagram#artist#artwork#artistsofinstagram#instaart#galaxy#boy#galaxyboy#fantasy#coloredpencilsketch#pencilsketch
04.11.2017 22:06:15
It’s sooo crunchy and bubbly 😱#galaxy #slime #crunchyslime
It’s sooo crunchy and bubbly 😱#galaxy#slime#crunchyslime...más
12.02.2018 21:42:20
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04 Feb, 2018. Greeting Ginan
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In 1603 the German astronomer Johann Bayer publis...
04 Feb, 2018. Greeting Ginan 📚 In 1603 the German astronomer Johann Bayer published his “Uranometria”, a catalogue of over 1200 stars visible from both the northern and southern hemispheres. Bayer’s work saw the introduction of a system of listing stars based on their brightness within their respective constellations. The brightness category was indicated by a letter of the Greek alphabet, starting with α (Alpha) for the most luminous star in a constellation, through to ω (Omega) for the dimmest. The Latin name of each constellation was used to indicate in which part of the sky the star was located. 🌟✨ For example, the brightest star in the earth’s night skies, Sirius, is also the brightest star in the constellation of Canis Major (the big dog). Sirius is referred to by astronomers as “Alpha Canis Majoris”, α CMa. In today’s photo, I have added the Greek letters to show the five brightest stars in the constellation of Crux, aka “The Southern Cross”. In English, these are Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Delta and Epsilon Crucis. 🔭 In 2016 the International Astronomical Union (IAU) began recognising more common names for stars, from many cultures around the world. Four of the names of the latest eighty-six stars added to the official list come from the traditions of two of Australia’s indigenous peoples. The fifth-brightest star in Crux, Epsilon Crucis, has been named as Ginan, the traditional name used by the Wardaman people of Australia’s Northern Territory. I have circled Ginan in the photo to show its position in the Southern Cross. Given that Australia’s indigenous peoples have a sophisticated history in astronomy, it is very pleasing to see some worldwide official recognition of their knowledge and practices. 📷 I shot this image with a Canon EOS 6D Mk II camera, Canon 50mm lens f/2.2, 5.0 sec exposure ISO 6400. • • • • • @astro_photography_@space@universe247 # plz double tab if you love it . . via @nightscapades . . .
22.02.2018 23:43:10
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