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Cristina Pedroche launches a 3D manicure but her ring overshadows everything: "Who notices nails?"
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Cristina Pedroche launches a 3D manicure but her ring overshadows everything: "Who notices nails?"

Cristina Pedroche has again been criticized for opting for a rainbow effect manicure that promises to be a trend this summerDespite her striking nails, an impressive ring on her middle finger has caught the attention of her fans.One month left until we are officially in summer. A season highly anticipated by many, especially if we take into account the fourteen months of pandemic that we carry behind our backs. And these cravings for heat and summer enjoyment are already beginning to move to the trends. As we warned you a few days ago on divinity.es, the next few months will be marked by color. And not just any color. María Pombo, Marta Lozano or María Fernández Rubíes were the first to redefine the classic manicure french substituting white for extreme tones. The more original the b...
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We Finally Have a Complete View of The Resonance Dust Ring of Venus

A wispy ring of dust that circles the Sun along the orbital path of Venus has just been revealed in the most detail yet, thanks to instruments carried by the Parker Solar Probe.  The pristine, white-light images, taken from inside the orbit of Venus, show the ring in almost its entirety. This is vital data for understanding this ring, and the dynamics of the Solar System and its gravitational interactions."This is the first time that a circumsolar dust ring in the inner Solar System could be revealed in its full glory in 'white light' images," said astronomer Guillermo Stenborg of the US Naval Research Laboratory. "I find that pretty special."(Stenborg et al.)The Solar System is a truly dusty place. The whole thing formed from dust (and gas); much of the dust got integrated into planets a...
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Mind-Bending NASA Visualization Shows The Wild Warping of Binary Black Holes

Although it's extremely difficult to directly image the shadow of and the space around a black hole, that's not the only tool astronomers have in their kit.Based on years of observations and analysis, there's a decades-long tradition of black hole visualizations, going all the way back to the work of French astronomer Jean-Pierre Luminet in the 1970s.  Fascinatingly, simulations came very close to what we saw when a huge international team of scientists finally captured a direct image of a supermassive black hole, the now-famous M87*. So we know that our predictions have traditionally been very accurate.Because of the intense gravitational fields involved, stuff gets really whack. Light bends and its intensity changes, depending on which direction it's moving. So what happens when there's...
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This Stunning Animation Shows Why Saturn's Rings Are Like a 'Mini Solar System'

If star-hopping aliens ever visited our solar system, Saturn is probably the planet they'd remember.The seven giant rings circling its equator make Saturn the most distinct planet orbiting the Sun. It may not be obvious in images of the hula-hoop planet, but the ice and rock chunks that make up those rings are circling Saturn at rates nearly 70 times the speed of sound. What's more, each ring is moving at its own pace.  "In a way, the ring system is like a mini solar system," James O'Donoghue, a planetary scientist at Japan's space agency, JAXA, told Insider."Objects close to Saturn orbit faster otherwise they would fall in, while objects far away can afford to go slower. This is the same for planets."In his free time, O'Donoghue makes animations about physics and the solar system. Some o...