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Avatar Merchandise / Re: Avatar LEGO set up for voting
« Last post by Bulldoozer on August 03, 2020, 08:39:00 am »
Looks interesting! :)

Thanks! Hope you can share with others. Hoping to get 10,000 votes before the year ends.
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Spam / Re: Last letter word!
« Last post by Toliman on August 03, 2020, 08:09:36 am »
Nìngay, maybe... I would say that all is possible ;D
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Spam / Re: Last letter word, nìNa'vi
« Last post by Toliman on August 03, 2020, 08:05:45 am »
'ora
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Spam / Re: Let's count to ZZZ,ZZZ!
« Last post by Toliman on August 03, 2020, 08:04:57 am »
MW (mW = milliwatt)
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Spam / Re: Make a Wish, Make it Useless!!!!
« Last post by Toliman on August 03, 2020, 08:04:36 am »
You win... but economy of your state will collapse completelly and thanks following hyperinflation your won money will lost value completelly.


You take back all your good decisions, your life is ruined, you become homeless, alone, and being stalked someone in a case of mistake identity.
So I wish I could take back some bad decissions (only bad, not good ;D ) which I made earlier.
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Science / Re: Astronomy thread/Kìng a teri tanhìä tìftia
« Last post by Toliman on August 03, 2020, 07:14:07 am »
Few days ago I captured Venus on early morning sky:

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Science / Re: Space news topic and space related news
« Last post by Toliman on August 03, 2020, 07:13:09 am »
ALMA Finds Possible Sign of Neutron Star in Supernova 1987A
https://alma-telescope.jp/en/news/sn1987a-202007

Two teams of astronomers have made a compelling case in the 33-year-old mystery surrounding Supernova 1987A. Based on observations of the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) and a theoretical follow-up study, the scientists provide new insight for the argument that a neutron star is hiding deep inside the remains of the exploded star. This would be the youngest neutron star known to date.

Ever since astronomers witnessed one of the brightest explosions of a star in the night sky, creating Supernova 1987A (SN 1987A), they have been searching for a compact object that should have formed in the leftovers from the blast.

Because particles known as neutrinos were detected on Earth on the day of the explosion (23 February 1987), astronomers expected that a neutron star had formed in the collapsed center of the star. But when scientists could not find any evidence for that star, they started to wonder whether it subsequently collapsed into a black hole instead. For decades the scientific community has been eagerly awaiting a signal from this object that has been hiding behind a very thick cloud of dust.

Recently, observations from the ALMA radio telescope provided the first indication of the missing neutron star after the explosion. Extremely high-resolution images revealed a hot “blob” in the dusty core of SN 1987A, which is brighter than its surroundings and matches the suspected location of the neutron star.



Extremely high-resolution ALMA images revealed a hot “blob” in the dusty core of Supernova 1987A (inset), which could be the location of the missing neutron star. The red color shows dust and cold gas in the center of the supernova remnant, taken at radio wavelengths with ALMA. The green and blue hues reveal where the expanding shock wave from the exploded star is colliding with a ring of material around the supernova. The green represents the glow of visible light, captured by NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope. The blue color reveals the hottest gas and is based on data from NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory.
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Pamrel nìNa'vi nì'aw / Re: Pamrel ta Toliman
« Last post by Toliman on August 03, 2020, 07:12:07 am »
Krr sresrr'ongä

Txon hum neto nìngong,
tawftu sanhì 'erip nìk'ong.
Txantura payfyal atanä
terong txepit sanhìyä.

Pxayopina sresrr'ong zera'u,
zeya hìkrr fìtsenge lu.
Ayayoyä tìrolro alor,
zera'u nìk'ong trr amip.
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Pamrel nìNa'vi nì'aw / Re: Ayhayku
« Last post by Toliman on August 03, 2020, 07:11:17 am »
teyra oare nrr
sop nìk'ong io ram apxa
io ram fìwopxä
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