OBYONETAOPY

heythereuniverse:

Small white butterfly egg | Jo Angell Design
Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of an egg of the small white butterfly (Pieris rapae). Eggs are laid singly on the underside of leaves of Brassica plants (cabbage, broccoli) and nasturtiums. The sculpted shell is made of a protein called chorionin and has central aeropyles, breathing pores (brown), that allow air to flow to the developing embryo. Magnification: x160 when printed at 10 centimetres tall.

heythereuniverse:

Small white butterfly egg | Jo Angell Design

Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of an egg of the small white butterfly (Pieris rapae). Eggs are laid singly on the underside of leaves of Brassica plants (cabbage, broccoli) and nasturtiums. The sculpted shell is made of a protein called chorionin and has central aeropyles, breathing pores (brown), that allow air to flow to the developing embryo. Magnification: x160 when printed at 10 centimetres tall.

heythereuniverse:

Showing some skin and a little leg | SouthernBreeze
 Scanning electron micrograph showing the highly ornamented skin of the rear leg of a rare soil mite. Image was taken for the Systematic Entomology Lab.

heythereuniverse:

Showing some skin and a little leg | SouthernBreeze


Scanning electron micrograph showing the highly ornamented skin of the rear leg of a rare soil mite. Image was taken for the Systematic Entomology Lab.

scienceyoucanlove:

This is where the sperms get produced: Cross section of a human testis tubule filled with sperm. Scanning electron micrograph, magnification x363.By Richard Kessel
from Daily Anatomy

scienceyoucanlove:

This is where the sperms get produced: Cross section of a human testis tubule filled with sperm. 

Scanning electron micrograph, magnification x363.
By Richard Kessel

from Daily Anatomy

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spaceplasma:

Saturn’s Rings at Maximum Tilt

In March 2003, Saturn’s rings were at maximum tilt toward Earth, a special event occurring every 15 years. With the rings fully tilted, astronomers get the best views of the planet’s Southern Hemisphere. They took advantage of the rings’ unique alignment by using Hubble to capture some stunning images.

Credit: NASA, ESA, E. Karkoschka, G. Bacon (STScI)

spaceplasma:

Saturn’s Rings at Maximum Tilt

In March 2003, Saturn’s rings were at maximum tilt toward Earth, a special event occurring every 15 years. With the rings fully tilted, astronomers get the best views of the planet’s Southern Hemisphere. They took advantage of the rings’ unique alignment by using Hubble to capture some stunning images.

Credit: NASA, ESA, E. Karkoschka, G. Bacon (STScI)

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Everything runs off the same energy system. Really Powerful image set.

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