I Love You, Universe

By Svetlana Kozianenko

ISBN: 978-1-927538-17-3

The story, that I will tell you about the Universe has never been known to anyone, only you will know about it when talking to the Universe itself! You will learn all the secrets about the cosmos that you did not know yet!

This is the Universe I'm talking to you.

I'm - the Universe!

Collection scientific children's book about the cosmos.

Exploring the cosmos - the Universe, her stars and planets, listening to the sound of the Universe and seeing in the pictures of the Universe her living world from the Earth. The science of space for children is about that how people can not live without the cosmos.

Are you seeking to inspire your children as socially conscious members of our cosmos to be caring of fellow human beings / each other, animals and nature in general

This book helps forward-thinking adults and their children explore together:

1 - Planet Earth and the Universe is one whole

2 - Higher world knowledge of space science for children!

3 - The world and the Universe and their interaction!

Author bio:

I talk to the Universe, as I can penetrate into the astral dimension. This dimension is not visible but for me to see what is not visible is no problem and therefore I can give you everything that the Universe wanted to tell you and show off its height for the Earth!



Page numbers source ISBN : 1718190395

Child! What Universe wants to say to you, listen!

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About the Author

I talk to the Universe, as I can penetrate into the astral dimension. This dimension is not visible but for me to see what is not visible is no problem and therefore I can give you everything that the Universe wanted to tell you and show off its height for the Earth!

From the Author

About the Universe will tell you pictures that came to you from the Universe. I communicate with them and came to tell you about everything! I live in Canada.



ETERNAL LIFE

ISBN: 9781532028953

By Margarita / "The Master and Margarita

About the Book:

The UNIVERSE is classified, Margarita has an extraterrestrial power. Sensational discovery of a new science!

About the Author

MARGARITA is a Ukrainian - Canadian White witch and author, she represents her supreme justice, extraterrestrial ability to possess energy. She is THE HIGH PRIESTESS in the UNIVERSE and she informs the whole WORLD that she is the QUEEN of the UNIVERSE crowned by the dead people in the Wiccan Queen on EARTH. August 2006, the power from above in her majestic Tarot cards informed of the creation of the WORLD and continues to inform about its future.

Stellar Flare From Sun’s Nearest Neighbor

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Violent Stellar Flare From Sun’s Nearest Neighbor Breaks Record.

Discovery a coup in astrophysics.
A team of astronomers including Carnegie’s Alycia Weinberger and former-Carnegie postdoc Meredith MacGregor, now an assistant professor at the University of Colorado Boulder, spotted an extreme outburst, or flare, from the Sun’s nearest neighbor — the star Proxima Centauri.
Their work, which could help guide the search for life beyond our Solar System.
Proxima Centauri is a red dwarf with about one-eighth the mass of our Sun, which sits just four light-years, or almost 25 trillion miles, from the center of our Solar System and hosts at least two planets, one of which may look something like Earth.
In a worldwide campaign carried out over several months, the researchers observed Proxima Centauri using nine ground- and space-based telescopes. They caught the extreme flare on May 1, 2019, with five telescopes that traced its timing and energy in unprecedented detail.
The star went from normal to 14,000 times brighter when seen in ultraviolet wavelengths over the span of a few seconds, said MacGregor.
Stellar flares happen when a shift in the star’s magnetic field accelerates electrons to speeds approaching that of light. The accelerated electrons interact with the highly charged plasma that makes up most of the star, causing an eruption that produces emission across the entire electromagnetic spectrum.
Proxima Centauri is of similar age to the Sun, so it’s been blasting its planets with high energy flares for billions of years, said Weinberger. Studying these extreme flares with multiple observatories lets us understand what its planets have endured and how they might have changed.
Like many red dwarfs — the most-common stars in the galaxy and hosts to many of the thousands of known exoplanets — Proxima Centauri is very lively.
If there was life on the planet nearest to Proxima Centauri, it would have to look very different than anything on Earth, MacGregor said. A human being on this planet would have a bad time.
To see just how much Proxima Centauri flares, the researchers pulled off what approaches a coup in the field of astrophysics: They pointed nine different instruments at the star for 40 hours over the course of several months in 2019. Those eyes included the duPont Telescope at Carnegie’s Las Campanas Observatory in Chile, the Hubble Space Telescope, the Atacama Large Millimeter Array (ALMA), and NASA’s Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS). Five of them recorded the massive May 1 flare from Proxima Centauri, capturing the event as it produced a wide spectrum of radiation. This marked first time astronomers have ever had this kind of multi-wavelength coverage of a stellar flare. Usually, it’s considered lucky to get observations from two instruments.
Now we know these very different observatories operating at very different wavelengths can see the same fast, energetic impulse, Weinberger said.
The technique delivered one of the most in-depth anatomies of a flare from any star in the galaxy. While it didn’t produce a lot of visible light, it generated a huge surge in both ultraviolet and radio, or millimeter, radiation. These signals could help researchers gather more information about how stars generate flares.
They also suggest that there may be more surprises in store from the Sun’s next door neighbor.
Going forward, there will probably be even more weird types of flares that demonstrate different types of physics that we haven’t thought about before, MacGregor concluded.
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