Archive | May 17, 2019

THE SPHINX—-WHAT HAPPENED TO

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Trump should tell the Saudis that WAR CRIMINAL Papa Bush 41 is dead—fight their own war.

https://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-5510325,00.html

https://www.amazon.com/House-Bush-Saud-Relationship-Dynasties/dp/0743253396

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The Editor:  Is this an update on old articles, LL ?

Follow Up Cat:  It sure is, the first is a follow up on the 2017 sky-penis.  Join the Navy and be an artist.

https://www.navytimes.com/news/your-navy/2019/05/14/the-navys-probe-into-sky-penis/

What happened to Bob Mueller ?   He finished his job and took the sign down to where he lived.  His house is now as hard to find as those pesky Ruskies.

https://patch.com/california/ranchosantamargarita/now-well-never-find-bobs-house-sign-removed-rsm

Where is Mighty Sam McCord ?  Sam retired rich, and lives on Cumberland.

What happened to Asiana flight crew  Wong,  Lo,  Fuk,  and Ow ?   They work for Boeing, training 737 flight crews.

What happened to Sheriff John Brown ?  He caught Bad Boy and sent him to Club Fed Prison.

What happened to Joe Buck ?  He advises Trump on how to communicate with the Evil Demoscums.

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Astronomy Picture of the Day

RS Puppis
Image Credit & Copyright: Image Data: NASA, ESA, Hubble Legacy Archive;
Processing & Copyright: Rogelio Bernal Andreo (DeepSkyColors.com)

Explanation: Pulsating RS Puppis, the brightest star in the image center, is some ten times more massive than our Sun and on average 15,000 times more luminous. In fact, RS Pup is a Cepheid variable star, a class of stars whose brightness is used to estimate distances to nearby galaxies as one of the first steps in establishing the cosmic distance scale. As RS Pup pulsates over a period of about 40 days, its regular changes in brightness are also seen along its surrounding nebula delayed in time, effectively a light echo. Using measurements of the time delay and angular size of the nebula, the known speed of light allows astronomers to geometrically determine the distance to RS Pup to be 6,500 light-years, with a remarkably small error of plus or minus 90 light-years. An impressive achievement for stellar astronomy, the echo-measured distance also more accurately establishes the true brightness of RS Pup, and by extension other Cepheid stars, improving the knowledge of distances to galaxies beyond the Milky Way.

Tomorrow’s picture: pixels in space