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"if u want to accomplish anything keep ur head towards the stars and never look behind" - Polly

The Road Not Taken

  • Date Submitted: 04/13/2010 09:35 AM
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Which is your favorite chocolate? Sing
Which is your favorite flower?
Which is your favorite song?
Which is your favorite teacher?
Which Is your favorite hero
Which is your favorite animal?
Which is your favorite bird?
Which is your favorite subject?
Dance /music
Study/play
Wads do u like the most when u r free
Gads
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Galaxy
A galaxy is a massive, gravitationally bound system that consists of stars and stellar remnants, an interstellar medium of gas and dust
Galaxies are large systems of stars, dust and gas bound together by gravitational force. They are elliptical, spiral or irregular in shape. Our Sun is part of a spiral galaxy called the Milky Way, and lies about two-thirds of the way out from the center to the edge .
There are indeed different types of galaxies. The main types are spiral galaxies (like our own MilkyWay), elliptical galaxies and irregular galaxies. An irregular galaxy has an undefined shape and has lots of young stars, dust and gas. A spiral galaxy is shaped like a disk, usually with a bulge in the center and with arms that spiral outwards as the galaxy rotates. Spiral galaxies tend to contain more middle-aged stars along with clouds of gas and dust. Elliptical galaxies contain older stars and very little gas and dust. They can be different shapes ranging from round, to flattened, elongated spheres.
What is a nebula?
A nebula is an interstellar cloud of hydrogen, helium, plasma and dust.. Some nebulas are regions where new stars are being formed, while others are the remains of dead or dying stars. Nebulas come in many different shapes and sizes. There are four main types of nebulas: Planetary nebulas, Reflection nebulas, Emission nebulas, and Absorption nebulas. The word nebula comes from the Latin word for cloud.
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In this play, Duke Frederick (the younger duke) usurps his older brother, Duke Senior, and banishes him to the Forest of Arden....

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