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paulodelvalle419.5K followers👉🏼 @aprendacompaulo 📷 Work: @bypaulodelvalle ©️ Co-Founder of @thisiscraft ✉️ email@example.com 🇧🇷 Based in São Paulo Aprenda mais ainda:
Hoje saiu o meu primeiro vídeo de dicas para a comunidade Samsung Members e nele eu dou dicas de como tirar fotos impactantes de silhueta! No vídeo eu também mostro como editar as fotos e pra isso eu uso a S Pen do Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, que deixa todo o processo mais fácil! Pra comemorar 1 ano da comunidade, a @samsungbrasil lançou a Galeria no Samsung Members, para que os usuários possam compartilhar suas fotos feitas com os smartphones Galaxy e conheçam outras pessoas que também gostam de fotografia! Se você tem um Galaxy, não pode ficar de fora! Link na bio! #SamsungMembers #GalaxyNote20Ultra #ad
Uma das coisas que eu mais valorizo é a atenção aos detalhes e é por isso que eu sou fã da @jeepdobrasil! Ela é a única marca que espalha “Easter Eggs” pelos seus carros, que são detalhes escondidos que remetem ao mundo Jeep. Arrasta pro lado pra ver os #EasterEggs que encontrei no meu Jeep Compass! #JeepEasterEggs #publicidade
Ontem nossa princesa fez 3 meses de vida! Acho incrível como ela ama o quartinho dela, que só ficou incrível assim graças à @tulipababy e @pop.arq! Cada cantinho ficou super especial e toda vez que ela entra no quarto, dá um sorrisão! Fica aqui meu agradecimento a nossos parceiros! Arrasta pro lado pra ver cada detalhe!
Vai arrastando pro lado pra ver como dá pra cropar bem uma foto de 42MP! Dá pra ver as pessoas lá em cima do Duomo! 😱 . Keep swiping to see how much you can crop a 42MP image! You can see people at the top of the Duomo! 😱
Mais de 1 mês sem postar aqui no feed do Instagram! É licença paternidade que chama, né? 😄❤️ . Hoje minha linda esposa @raira postou o relato do parto da Nina! Não foi fácil, mas será um dia inesquecível em nossas vidas!
Hoje é aniversário dela. A mulher que mudou pra sempre a minha vida. A mulher que me faz feliz todos os dias. A minha parceira nos melhores (e piores) momentos. A pessoa que o universo colocou no meu caminho pra vida toda. A mãe da minha filha. O amor da minha vida. ❤️ . Te amo, meu amor! Obrigado por tornar meu mundo melhor todos os dias! 😍 @raira
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Jupiter’s roses: A cosmic bouquet just for you. Not actual roses, these are in fact cyclones on Jupiter’s north pole. These swirls of striking colors in this extreme false color are a rendering of an image from our Juno mission. The huge, persistent cyclone found at Jupiter’s north pole is visible at the center of the image, encircled by smaller cyclones that range in size from 2,500 to 2,900 miles (4,000 to 4,600 kilometers). Together, this pattern of storms covers an area that would dwarf the Earth. Citizen scientist Gerald Eichstädt made this composite image using data obtained by the JunoCam instrument during four of the Juno spacecraft’s close passes by Jupiter, which took place between Feb. 17, 2020, and July 25, 2020. The greatly exaggerated color is partially a result of combining many individual images to create this view. Image data: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS Image processing by Gerald Eichstädt #NASA #Citizenscientist #Jupiter #JunoCam #Roses #Space #Cyclones
Gazing into the blue, blue eyes of the universe. Humanity has \"eyes\" that can detect all different types of light through telescopes around the globe and a fleet of observatories in space. From radio waves to gamma rays, this \"multiwavelength\" approach to astronomy is crucial to getting a complete understanding of objects in space. This is galaxy cluster Abell 2744. Galaxy clusters are the largest objects in the universe held together by gravity, temperatures of tens of millions of degrees, which glow brightly in X-rays, and can be observed across millions of light years between the galaxies. This image combines X-rays from the Chandra X-Ray Observatory (diffuse blue emission) with optical light data from the Hubble Space Telescope (red, green, and blue). Image Credit: NASA/CXC; Optical: NASA/STSci #NASA #Eyes #Light #Gravity #Galaxyclusters #Space #Universe
🔵 Three reasons why you should love Enceladus: 🧊 It’s icy 🧊 It’s one of Saturn’s moons 🧊 Moms love it Scientists used data gathered by the Cassini spacecraft to make detailed composite images of Enceladus, showing fresh ice deposited onto its surface. These images in infrared – a light wavelength that’s undetectable to the unaided eye – show us that fresh ice is being deposited onto the snowball moon’s surface from an ocean that lies beneath the crust. The red tiger stripes are actually gashes where icy material blasts up into space and falls back down. This frigid moon likely has heated oceans that have the potential for holding conditions suitable for life. That’s yet another reason to love Enceladus. Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/University of Arizona/LPG/CNRS/University of Nantes/Space Science Institute #Enceladus #Brrr #IcyMoons #OceanWorlds #NASA
🏠 What a lovely home you have. Everything matches. The deep blues and bright turquoises surrounding Cuba, The Bahamas, and southern Florida complement each other so well. One of our astronauts captured it beautifully for you in this image taken from the International Space Station\'s (@iss) cupola. Great aesthetic. Keep it up. Credit: NASA #ExteriorDesign #HomeSweetHome #NASA #HeartEyes #SkyHigh
Looking for a dramatic story? 👀 You might want to redirect your attention from Hollywood’s stars to the real thing. From birth to death, these burning spheres of gas experience some of the most extreme conditions our cosmos has to offer. All stars are born in clouds of dust and gas. In these stellar nurseries, clumps of gas form, pulling in more and more mass as time passes. As they grow, these clumps start to spin and heat up. Once they get heavy and hot enough (like, 27 million degrees Fahrenheit or 15 million degrees Celsius), nuclear fusion starts in their cores. This process occurs when protons, the nuclei of hydrogen atoms, squish together to form helium nuclei. This releases a lot of energy, which heats the star and pushes against the force of its gravity. A star is born. Credit: NASA/@NASASolarSystem #Stars #Dramatic #SayWhat #NASA #Astronomy #StarSuff
A new portrait of Jupiter\'s storms 🌀 406 million miles from Earth, Jupiter is captured by our @NASAHubble Space Telescope, with the Great Red Spot visible as it plows through clouds. Researchers say the Great Red Spot measures about 9,800 miles across, big enough to swallow the Earth. A unique and exciting detail of Hubble’s snapshot appears at mid-northern latitudes: a bright, white, stretched-out storm traveling around the planet at 350 mph (560 km/h). While it’s normal for storms to pop up in this region every six years or so, the timing of Hubble\'s observations on Aug. 25, 2020, allowed for a perfect showing of the structure. Visible on the far left is Jupiter’s icy moon Europa. Credit: NASA, @EuropeanSpaceAgency, STScI, A. Simon (Goddard Space Flight Center), M.H. Wong (University of California, Berkeley), and the OPAL team #NASA #Hubble #Jupiter #Storms #Europa #Planets
Things behave a bit differently aboard the @ISS. Sure, floating looks fun, but microgravity could also unlock new scientific discoveries. Microgravity makes the station the perfect place to perform research that is changing the lives of people on Earth, and preparing us to go deeper into space. Over the next few weeks, we\'re taking you behind the scenes as we follow a team of scientists as they launch their research off our planet to the space station. Stay tuned for future episodes of our weekly series NASA Explorers: Microgravity IGTV. 📺 Credit: NASA/ISS Research #SpaceStation20th #Space #SpaceStation #NASA #Science #Research #NASAExplorers
🌞 It’s the circus of the Sun. Today, scientists confirmed that a new solar cycle is underway, meaning that we expect solar activity start to ramp up over the next several years. As this split image shows, our Sun goes through natural cycles. During solar maximum (left), it\'s freckled with sunspots, and its magnetic field, which drives solar activity, is taut and tangled. During solar minimum (right), sunspots are few and far between, and the Sun’s magnetic field is ordered and relaxed. Understanding the Sun’s behavior is an important part of life in our solar system. The Sun\'s powerful outbursts can disturb the satellites and communications signals traveling around Earth, or one day, Artemis astronauts exploring distant worlds. NASA and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (@noaa) scientists study the solar cycle so we can better predict solar activity. Credit: NASA/SDO #NASA #Sun #Heliophysics #Solar #Sunspots #SpaceWeather
@1mrbigshot sat down with @nolimitherro of the @miamiheat virtually ahead of Eastern Conference Finals Game 5 through AT&T 5G HoloVision, powered by #5G technology!
@nolimitherro looks to continue where he left off for the @miamiheat... Game 5 8:30pm/et on ESPN!
The most points scored in a playoff game by players age 20 years or younger! 🔥 Magic Johnson Tyler Herro Derrick Rose Brandon Jennings Game 5 ▶️ 8:30 PM ET on ESPN
🔥 JIMMY x TYLER 🔥 5x NBA All-Star @JimmyButler has taken @miamiheat rookie @nolimitherro under his wing this season! ECF Game 5 (MIA 3-1): 8:30pm/et on ESPN
\"Bam is the heart and soul behind this team.\" Led by the RISE of first-time NBA All-Star @Bam1of1, the @MiamiHEAT are currently one win away from the NBA Finals!
Staying ready for the biggest stage with @hyperice... Eastern Conference Finals Game 5 featuring the Heat & Celtics begins tonight at 8:30pm/et on ESPN. #NBAxHyperice
When they say there’s no way, show them one. ⠀ Faced with an unimaginable choice between giving up what she was born to do, or changing who she was born to be, @castersemenya800m, has instead chosen to continue her fight to be herself in the sport she loves. 🙌 ⠀ #YouCantStopUs
When one of us wins, we both win. You can\'t stop sisters. #YouCantStopUs Join us. Link in bio.
Kobe taught us to be better. A better scorer, better mentor, better father, better champion. Today, on his birthday, we continue his endless pursuit of better. ⠀ Explore #MambaMentality. Link in bio. 💜💛 ⠀ Performance: @kendricklamar
Nothing can stop what we can do together. You can’t stop sport. Because #YouCantStopUs. ⠀ Join us. Link in bio.
We will continue to stand up for equality and work to break down barriers for athletes* all over the world. We will do and invest more to uphold longstanding commitment in supporting the Black community and partnering with world-class organizations dedicated to ensuring racial equality, social justice, and greater access to education. ⠀ ⠀ For more information, please click the link in the bio.