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The Cosmic Spin-off That Created Our Solar System

Alright, let’s dive into how our solar system came to be, and trust me, it’s quite the cosmic tale. Picture this: over 4.5 billion years ago, the universe decides it’s time for a little creation project. So, in a neighborhood of our Milky Way galaxy, a giant cloud of gas and dust, known as a […] Continue reading

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The Planets Inspiring Art

Planets have always been a large source of inspiration for classical music composers, and there is probably no larger example than Gustav Holst’s Planets Suite. This work’s popularity has also reached the masses, and his music is known to have significantly influenced John Williams in his compositions for his film scores. What I find interesting […] Continue reading

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(Infa) Red-Hot Photography

For my 6th blog post, I want to share one of my favorite videos I have found this¬†semester. The video, titled, “Movements in Red”, by photographer Andrew Hurtleff, shows what our world would look like if we could pick up infared wavelengths. Near-infared light, as seen in the video, is detected by¬†light-sensitive chips in Hurtleff’s […] Continue reading

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