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   xoxoxoBruce  Thursday Oct 27 08:41 PM

Oct 28th, 2016: Spacy

According to APOD...

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Very faint but also very large on planet Earth's sky, a giant Squid Nebula cataloged as Ou4, and Sh2-129 also known as the
Flying Bat Nebula, are both caught in this cosmic scene toward the royal constellation Cepheus. Composed with almost 17 hours
of narrowband image data, the telescopic field of view is 4 degrees or 8 Full Moons across. Discovered in 2011 by French astro-imager
Nicolas Outters, the Squid Nebula's alluring bipolar shape is distinguished here by the telltale blue-green emission from doubly ionized
oxygen atoms.


But I have my own theory...
Remember the unborn elephant in the womb?



I think they left the camera in there, and after Mrs Elephant carried the 200 lb monster for 24 months, then squeezed it out,
She said fuck that and got a dildo.
That's my story and I'm stickin' to it.


blueboy56  Friday Oct 28 02:30 PM

Okay, if that is the giant space squid, when is it going to attack the giant space Nautilus. ( You know, from the book "20,000 Light Years over the Sea" by Julius LaVerne)



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