I am sure some of you have heard for this because it was on some headlines in several magazines I have found so far on the internet. Here is the one of them. So, the process already started and it can`t be stopped now. Professor Fenner is not just any name in science world, he is the man who is responsible for eradication of smallpox. So, I guess he knows something about extinction of species.
Wow!!! Only 100 years. I know, probably I won`t be around in 100 years from now. Actually, I planned a long life, until I reach 120th birthday. Then I will see what to do next, but since I got 41 just 5 days ago, it leaves me around 80 more years to try as much adventures as possible; that means that I will probably miss the moment of human race disappearance but I don`t care too much. Aniway, it will be boring to stay around anymore :zzz:
And now something completely different. Scientists have discovered a new baby star born :hat: :sing: :cheers: :beer: :beer: A newcomer with a cute name L1448-IRS2E is less than 800 years old and is in pre-stellar phase. I guess it would be nursling phase in human age. Isn`t this an awww-moment? :awww: May it have a long life and when a time comes to say good bye may it be in a supernova big bang style 😎
Link to the article here.
I couldn`t find appropriate photo so here is the one I found in NASA Astonomy Picture of the Day gallery.
Medusa nebula, known also as Abell 21, in Gemini constellation. Well, at least this is what it looked like 1500 years ago :left:
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