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"Skew Dice: these unusually shaped dice are completely fair- roll them and the probability of outcomes are identical to a standard set of dice! The odd shapes are a special type of polyhedra called asymmetric trigonal trapezohedra which come in right and left handed versions- this set has one of each (mirror images of each other). What allows this shape to be fair like a cube has to do with the property of being isohedral, where each face of an object will map onto all other faces via a symmetry of the object. Manufactured by The Dice Lab. ➡️ Follow the link in my profile for info about where to get these and other amazing items featured here on @physicsfun Via @physicsfun Follow Me @physics_c00l If you like 👕Click to 🛒 my shop and get now!!!
"Skew Dice: these unusually shaped dice are completely fair- roll them and the probability of outcomes are identical to a standard set of dice! The odd shapes are a special type of polyhedra called asymmetric trigonal trapezohedra which come in right and left handed versions- this set has one of each (mirror images of each other). What allows this shape to be fair like a cube has to do with the property of being isohedral, where each face of an object will map onto all other faces via a symmetry of the object. Manufactured by The Dice Lab. ➡️ Follow the link in my profile for info about where to get these and other amazing items featured here on @physicsfun Via @physicsfun Follow Me @physics_space.hq Don't forget to check out 👕on my profile with best 💲price, best quality
"Point your telescope toward the high flying constellation Pegasus and you can find this expanse of Milky Way stars and distant galaxies. Dominated by NGC 7814, the pretty field of view would almost be covered by a full moon. NGC 7814 is sometimes called the Little Sombrero for its resemblance to the brighter more famous M104, the Sombrero Galaxy. Both Sombrero and Little Sombrero are spiral galaxies seen edge-on, and both have extensive halos and central bulges cut by a thin disk with thinner dust lanes in silhouette. In fact, NGC 7814 is some 40 million light-years away and an estimated 60,000 light-years across. That actually makes the Little Sombrero about the same physical size as its better known namesake, appearing smaller and fainter only because it is farther away. Very faint dwarf galaxies,potentially satellites of NGC 7814, have been discovered in deep exposures of the Little Sombrero. -- Credits: CHART32 Team -- Via @astro.physics Follow Me @physics_fanclub 👉🏽Click my profile too see the best shirt 👕! Hope you like it! 💝
"Attention all incoming J1s!!! So you all have gotten back your O level results on Friday. Some of you may take this time to ponder over your results (satisfactory or not) and do some self reflection. But hey, don't dwell on it. Most of you will be advancing to the next milestone of your lives, and for those of you entering JC and looking to start off this chapter right, this is the right place to start :DJ1 classes for Physics and Math are now open for registration. Visit www.pmc.sg for the full list of available classes14 January 2018The Physics Cafe (JE) Via @physicscafe Follow Me @physics_space.hq Don't forget to check out 👕on my profile with best 💲price, best quality
"These three bright nebulae are often featured on telescopic tours of the constellation Sagittarius and the crowded starfields of the central Milky Way. In fact, 18th century cosmic tourist Charles Messiercataloged two of them; M8, the large nebula above and left of center, and colorful M20near the bottom of the frame. The third emission region includes NGC 6559, right of M8 and separated from the larger nebula by a dark dust lane. All three are stellar nurseries about five thousand light-years or so distant. Over a hundred light-years across the expansive M8 is also known as the Lagoon Nebula. M20's popular moniker is the Trifid. Glowing hydrogen gas creates the dominant red color of the emission nebulae. In striking contrast, blue hues in the Trifid are due to dust reflected starlight. The colorful composite skyscape was recorded with two different telescopes to capture a widefield image of the area and individual close-ups at higher resolution. -- Credits: Josep Drudis -- Via @astro.physics Follow Me @physics_crazy 👉 Click my profile to get 👕Best Shirt!!! Don't be late!!!
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rtn. Travel. One of the advantages of a career in research is a chance to see the world, with funding for travel and subsistence costs coming from research grants (your own or that of a supervisor or other research collaborator). For those of you perhaps still only at school I start sharing today conference announcements I come across and photograph, just to wet your appetite. Pay attention to the countries, cities and of course the conference topics (after all that is what you need to be interested in to prepare a conference contribution and hopefully be accepted to come and share your research one day). (I developed my Nuanced Instagram Tag system for you to easily follow posts of mine that interest you ...for more on this search Tag #nit00a1projects2datascience3nit) #nit00a1conferences2science3physics #physics #everydayphysics #science #everydayscience #scienceisfun #physicsisfun #sciencecenter #sciencecentre #travel #research #dream #student #travelblogger #stem #ireland #eventplanner #eventmanagement