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From extinct to 13,000 hatchlings
Aussie lingo: togs or swimmers?
In swirling clouds of hydrogen, helium and oxygen, nebulae form our galaxy’s “heart and soul”. All of these elements combine and attract each other to forge together and create stars.
As well as being baby star factories, nebulae come in fantastic shapes and colours. ‘Pareidolia’ is a human tendency to see faces and other shapes where there are none – like what you do when cloud watching. These cosmic clouds also take on a number of recognisable shapes, including two of the best recognised, nicknamed the Heart and Soul nebulae.
Anne Johnston spoke to astrophotographer Terry Hancock about his passion for these cosmic beauties.
Australians were forced to finish their drinks by 6pm for almost 40 years – and what a drinking culture it created!
How to take photos of fireworks that will do all those oohs and aahs justice.
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This elusive parrot is struggling for survival, as disastrous wildfires threaten its already limited habitat.
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Meet the explorers
Forging towards Annapurna massif in spring starts off nice and warm for AG Outdoor photographer Watto, but as often happens in the Himalaya, the weather makes a sudden, cool change. But the reward is easily worth the effort.
The NSW north coast city of Coffs Harbour and its surrounds would have to be one of Australia’s best outdoor road trip destinations.