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Alternate Cartography | Maps From Worlds That Weren't

Alternate Cartography | Maps From Worlds That Weren't

The Sunni-Shia divide The story of Islam's division between Sunni and Shia started with the Prophet Mohammed's death in 632. There was a pow...

The Sunni-Shia divide The story of Islam's division between Sunni and Shia started with the Prophet Mohammed's death in 632. There was a pow...

38 Maps They Didn’t Teach You At School.

38 Maps They Didn’t Teach You At School.

You're going to want to jot these codes down!

You're going to want to jot these codes down!

The apparent magnitude of the Andromeda Galaxy , at , 3. 4 , is one of the brightest of any of the Messier objects , N , making it visible to the naked eye on moonless nights even when viewed from areas with moderate light pollution Although it appears more then six times as wide as the larger telescope , only the brighter central region is visible to the naked eye or when viewed using binoculars or a small telescope .

The apparent magnitude of the Andromeda Galaxy , at , 3. 4 , is one of the brightest of any of the Messier objects , N , making it visible to the naked eye on moonless nights even when viewed from areas with moderate light pollution Although it appears more then six times as wide as the larger telescope , only the brighter central region is visible to the naked eye or when viewed using binoculars or a small telescope .

The Andromeda Galaxy, M31, with dwarf satellite galaxies M32 and M110

The Andromeda Galaxy, M31, with dwarf satellite galaxies M32 and M110

Image of Andromeda Galaxy (M31) taken with a 12.5-inch Ritchey-Chrétien telescope by amateur astronomer Robert Gendler - via 21Space

Image of Andromeda Galaxy (M31) taken with a 12.5-inch Ritchey-Chrétien telescope by amateur astronomer Robert Gendler - via 21Space

Andromeda. The galaxy we'll eventually collide with.

Andromeda. The galaxy we'll eventually collide with.

European gene pools seems to be derived from three ancient populations

European gene pools seems to be derived from three ancient populations

Map of France 1180 (France is in blue)

Map of France 1180 (France is in blue)