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Mashiach Devs

@cmbdev

Hardcore Developer

Stuff, blah. blah, stuff. I like cheese, astrophysics, and heavy doses of underground hip hop and punk. https://www.buymeacoffee.com/cmbdev

20 Posts

  1. Evaluating the big 3 AI tools

    Artificial intelligence (AI) is rapidly advancing, and it's important to understand the capabilities of different AI tools. Whether you're a programmer or not, it's valuable to know how AI can assist with complex tasks, such as upgrading software. To demonstrate this, I asked thre
  2. The birth of a planet, possibly the birth of a new solar system

    These are from the European Southern Observatory's Very Large Telescope (VLT) - it shows a disk around the young AB Aurigae star where scientists have discovered signs of planet birth, in the birth of a new solar system. The "twist" in the inner region of the disk, shown in brigh
  3. Jupiter and it's Four Largest Moons

    Did you know that much of our knowledge about Jupiter and its moons comes from the Galileo spacecraft? Galileo spent almost eight years orbiting Jupiter and even dropped a probe below the planet's clouds to study its atmosphere, before eventually melting in the intense heat. Chec
  4. It's Bandcamp Friday, so you should go cop that new Noah23 album Ikosi Tria: https://noah23.bandcamp.com/album/ikosi-tria it's so good! There's cameos by Killah Priest, Nedarb, SpiceGurlPurp, and a slew of other fantastic artists. Definitely check it out.
  5. NGC 6530

    This one is pretty cool. This is NGC 6530 (New General Catalog), about 4,300 light years from here in the constellation of Sagittarius 🏹. There are 3,675 stars here and growing.
  6. Origins of Everything

    I find this so amazing. This is a modified periodic table, to show where exactly all the elements came from. The hydrogen in your body, and in your water came from the big bang. There are no other sou
  7. First moon and Earth pics from KARI

    The Korea Aerospace Research Institute had a pretty successful week with their first moon mission. This is one of the pics taken by KARI on Dec. 24, 2022. Stunning!
  8. Maybe things can go faster than light.

    Einstein's special theory of relativity says essentially, nothing can go faster than the speed of light. However, now there are some researchers from the University of Warsaw in Poland and the Nationa
  9. Happy Perihelion

    Today was the Perihelion. This is the day that Earth is closest to the sun. This is supposed to make the sun appear 3.4% larger than normal. 🌎🌞 The picture doesn't show it but it's because Earth's ax
  10. Juno's 47th flyby of Jupiter, via NASA. After a reboot, recovering over 3TB of the gas giant and it's moon IO's data.
  11. It makes me feel really happy to know that someone at least tried this: Inspired by the movie "Office Space"
  12. Cone Nebula

    The Cone Nebula in NGC 2264, as seen by the European Southern Observatory's VLT (Very Large Telescope) 🔭. 2500 light years away. The slow contraction under gravity of a very large cloud of gas and du
  13. Uranus

    Diameter: 31,815 miles (51,201.28 km) 1 year on Uranus is 83.75 Earth years. Uranus has such intense pressure and heat that it crushes carbon atoms into graphite, and then diamonds 💎 There are literal
  14. Sagittarius A*

    I just thought this one was cool 😎. It's the first picture ever of the supermassive black hole, at the center of the Milky Way galaxy. It was taken by the Event Horizon Telescope 🔭 this year.
  15. Neptune

    Neptune as photographed by Voyager. 30,200 miles (48,602 km) in diameter. 1 Neptune year is 164.7 Earth years. 2,798,785,600 miles from the sun 🌞
  16. Jupiter

    43,441 miles (69,911 km) diameter 2.5 times the gravity of Earth. Jupiter actually has faint rings, but they are so small you cannot see them using a telescope 🔭.
  17. Venus

    Venus taken from the Japanese Akatsuki spacecraft. Diameter: 7,521 miles Distance from the sun: 67,235,480 miles Venus Year: 224.7 days
  18. Earth

    Planet Earth 🌎 from the Orion spacecraft. Diameter: 7,926.5 miles (12756.465 kilometers) Distance from the sun: 92,961,440 miles (149,606,936 kilometers)
  19. Saturn 🪐

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