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ARSI INSIAM TUR EM NI LE?

Hubble chuan tun kar khan Neptune-ah țawngaleivir (vortex) thla a la fuh teh tlat a, hei hi vansang chanchin zir mite chuan arsi insiam tur a nih an ring a ni.

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He vortex thlalak hi Neptune thlalak pawlah  hian a lang chiang zawk.

1.Dark and Stormy For the first time since 1994, Hubble has spotted a dark vortex in Neptune's southern hemisphere. It's hiding under clouds in full-color images (left), so the vortex is most visible at blue light wavelengths (right).
1.Dark and Stormy
For the first time since 1994, Hubble has spotted a dark vortex in Neptune’s southern hemisphere. It’s hiding under clouds in full-color images (left), so the vortex is most visible at blue light wavelengths (right).
2. Stellar Nursery This Hubble pictures shows the star cluster NGC 1854, a hotbed of star formation about 135,000 light-years away in the Large Magellanic Cloud, one of our closest galactic neighbors.
2. Stellar Nursery
This Hubble pictures shows the star cluster NGC 1854, a hotbed of star formation about 135,000 light-years away in the Large Magellanic Cloud, one of our closest galactic neighbors.
3.Summer in Space From 1.7 million miles (2.7 million kilometers) away, NASA's Cassini spacecraft eyes Saturn during its northern hemisphere summer. The planet's hexagonal jet stream is visible at its north pole.
3.Summer in Space
From 1.7 million miles (2.7 million kilometers) away, NASA’s Cassini spacecraft eyes Saturn during its northern hemisphere summer. The planet’s hexagonal jet stream is visible at its north pole.
4.Smoking Hot Since it began on June 15, the Sherpa Fire in Santa Barbara County, California, has burned more than 12 square miles (31 square kilometers). This false-color image, taken by NASA's Terra satellite, shows smoke rising from the scene.
4.Smoking Hot
Since it began on June 15, the Sherpa Fire in Santa Barbara County, California, has burned more than 12 square miles (31 square kilometers). This false-color image, taken by NASA’s Terra satellite, shows smoke rising from the scene.
5. Particle Accelerator? In mid-June 2016, winds lofted dust plumes from northern Africa’s deserts high into the air. Such events have far-reaching impacts: Dust from Africa helps build beaches in the Caribbean and fertilizes soils in the Amazon.
5. Particle Accelerator?
In mid-June 2016, winds lofted dust plumes from northern Africa’s deserts high into the air. Such events have far-reaching impacts: Dust from Africa helps build beaches in the Caribbean and fertilizes soils in the Amazon.
6. One-Two Punch New images from the Chandra X-ray Observatory show that young, relatively tiny stars—such as these in the TW Hya association—can unleash X-rays that can destroy their planet-forming disks.
6. One-Two Punch
New images from the Chandra X-ray Observatory show that young, relatively tiny stars—such as these in the TW Hya association—can unleash X-rays that can destroy their planet-forming disks.

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