Feeling guilt or remorse today? Read these words and reflect on the message. Life is understood in hindsight. It may not become clear until much later why everything has played out the way it has, but it will make sense one day. Look at every setback as a lesson and it’ll be easier to move forward with peace and light ✨
The rising crescent of the brand new March Blue Moon accompanied by Venus. A waxing moon is said to bring fresh energy, creativity, and manifestation. The Blue Moon is the second full moon in a month and is said to amplify. Venus is associated with love, beauty and harmony. Add to this, the Spring Equinox happens tomorrow. Whether or not you choose to believe in this type of “hocus pocus” on a regular basis why don’t you give it a try today? Believe that the universe is lining everything up for you. Take a deep breath. Now get out there and be ready to welcome and take action on all that comes your way. Worst case scenario, you will live the day in gratitude. Best case ... who knows? That universe is one crazy, awesome creator and it may deliver something beyond your wildest dreams.
Our galaxy, the Milky Way, contains a supermassive black hole at its core surrounded by a central bulge of old, yellowish stars. Beyond that are bluish spiral arms filled with younger stars, newly forming stars, and dark lanes of dust.
It is just one of billions of galaxies in our universe, but the Milky Way is our galaxy, our home in the universe. The Milky Way contains the closest examples of stars, planets, nebulae, black holes, and other objects that likely reside in every galaxy throughout the cosmos. By studying the Milky Way in the infrared, the Webb Telescope will be able to teach us a great deal about our galaxy and others.
Webb will improve our understanding of all stages of star formation — from birth to death and back again to the rise of the next stellar generation. Astronomers know that stars form out of collapsing clouds of gas and dust, but they don't yet know the exact sequence of how stars are born. What triggers a cloud to collapse and a star to begin forming? How much of that mother cloud does a star use up when it forms? How and when do planets begin to form around a newborn star?
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