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The IC5146 interstellar cloud

Sonic Booms Make Those Stringy Things

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The Orion Nebula

Electric “Creation”

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Christ on the Axis Mundi

Suspending Disbelief

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The Moon's north pole

The Moon, Yes, That Will Be My Home

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Evolution of an artist’s illustration into an inside-out star

The Biographies of Cas A

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Predicting Volcanic Eruptions by Isohypse Reconnection

Predicting Volcanic Eruptions by Isohypse Reconnection

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Gravity anomalies on the Moon

Lunar Grail

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Mercury's north pole

Mercury’s Catastrophic Birth

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Mirror Segments

Back from the Grave

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Vesta

Goddess of the Hearth

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The Raymondi (1200-200 BCE).

The Very Stones Cry Out

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Coat of Arms

The Plasma of Bloodlines

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A Blind Man in a Dark Room Looking for a Black Hole That Isn't There

A Blind Man in a Dark Room Looking for a Black Hole That Isn’t There

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Catastrophism in the Humanities—a Low-down

Catastrophism in the Humanities—a Low-down

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Firdousi, a rampart crater (center) on Mercury

The Electrical Etching of Mercury

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Diamond Planet

The Diamond Fields of the Mind

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Orion Nebula

My Friend Flicker

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The ATLAS particle detector

IndisCERNible

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Planck image showing carbon monoxide distribution in the galactic plane

Protostar Expostulation

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The Grand Canyon

The Case of the Missing Delta

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Dwarf planets

Snow White and the Frozen Dwarfs

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A portion of the Rimae Burg graben on the Moon

Lunar Graben

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Plasma "tornadoes" on the Sun

The Filamentary Firmament

Plasma "tornadoes" on the Sun. Credit: NASA/Goddard Spaceflight Center New editions of The Picture of the Day are now available at electric-forces.com, independently owned and operated by Steve Smith. Featuring exclusive content by Mel Acheson, Wal Thornhill, Don Scott, and guest contributors. Subscribe now! Original Post February 20, 2012 Strands ...
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Globular star cluster NGC 2808

Plasma Clusters

Original Post February 17, 2012 In an Electric Universe, plasma structures in space exhibit similar morphology regardless of scale. From galaxy clusters to individual stars, spheres and filaments predominate. Spherical clusters of stars, otherwise known as globular clusters, are another example of how plasma is organized and confined into coherent ...
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Galaxy clusters and Lyman-Alpha Blobs

Cosmic Blobs

Original Post February 16, 2012 Immense clouds of ionized plasma as large as galaxies have been seen in deep space. A recent press release from the European Southern Observatory (ESO) discusses a vast cloud of gas and dust originally discovered in 2000, conventionally measured to be over 300,000 light years ...
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