Sunday, September 14, 2014

Cosmologically Speaking 4th and Final Part!

Oh how I love this collection. Although I may be a bit biased, I always love Missi's creations.

First up we have Halley's Comet, this is a gorgeous lavender polish with a golden shimmer. I used two coats.

 Halley's Comet only passes by us every 75 years, where it is bright enough to see with the human eye, but it is not due to pass by again until 2061! That is a long wait. 
The first recorded sighting was all the way back in 239BC it wasnt discovered that it was the same comet with every sighting until Edmond Halley observed it 3 separate times, below is a picture. 

Next up we have Black Hole. Black Hole is a gorgeous black polish with purple glittery flakes. Below I used 3 thin coats.

 Black holes of stellar mass are expected to form when very massive stars collapse at the end of their life cycle. After a black hole has formed it can continue to grow by absorbing mass from its surroundings. By absorbing other stars and merging with other black holes, supermassive black holes of millions of solar masses may form. There is general consensus that supermassive black holes exist in the centers of most galaxies. There is even a black hole at the middle of our galaxy.

 Now we have Milky Way, another gorgeous black polish with golden green flaky polish. Below I used 3 thin coats.

The Milky Way galaxy is the galaxy that we call home! There are over 400 billion stars in our galaxy and almost as many planets! There is a lot to discover out there. 

 White Dwarf is a very pretty polish. This polish is a light grey nude polish with pinky golden flakes. Below is two thing coats.

 The stars we see in the sky eventually most of the stars we see will turn into white dwarfs, the last observable stage for low- and medium-mass stars. These dim stellar corpses dot the galaxy, leftovers from brightly burning stars. But bigger stars will explode into a supernova and then collapse into a black hole and never become a white dwarf. But our sun really isnt that big in the scheme of things and will eventually because a white dwarf as well.

Last but not least we have my favorite of the entire collection. This is Pulsar and it is amazing! This is a gorgeous purpley blue polish with a bronzy shimmer. Below I used two coats.

Stars that do not have enough mass to become a black hole but too much to become white dwarf become pulsars which is a type of neutron star. They emit radio waves several times per second and that is how we are able to find and observe them. 

And the last image I will leave you with is Pulsar with images from one of my new MoYou plates. These stamps are from Sci Fi plate 04 using Essie Penny Talk.

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