Vegar Ottesen

Vegar Ottesen

NTNU, Trondheim, Norway / PhD Research fellow working on nanotechnology and nanomaterials. Travelling the five populated continents, supplementing science with philosophy, humor and art.
Vegar Ottesen
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RECYCLE The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is exactly what it sounds like: a giant floating patch of trash off the coast of California. How giant is this garbage patch, you ask? Twice the size of Texas.

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A long way to go: The yellow dot shows the 200 light year radius of how far radio waves have reached into the Milky Way. (via Earth calling: Tiny yellow dot shows distance radio broadcasts to aliens have travelled)

Deep Focus

Pictures from the space telescope have dazzled us for 25 years.

German Eagle Steins - Authentic Beer Steins from Germany - 1001BeerSteins.com

German Eagle Steins - Authentic Beer Steins from Germany - 1001BeerSteins.com

2012 Hubble eXtreme Deep Field (XDF) shows over 5500 galaxies. The image is only a tiny portion of the night sky, just 2x2.3 arcminutes across (There are 60 arcminutes to one degree)

Hubble Ultra Deep Field 2014 - Astronomers using NASA's Hubble Space Telescope have assembled a comprehensive picture of the evolving universe — among the most colorful deep space images ever captured by the telescope. - Image Credit: NASA, ESA et al

Set of 5 Joulies

Discover the Coffee Joulies Thermal Dispenser Carafes. Explore items related to the Coffee Joulies Thermal Dispenser Carafes. Organize & share your favorite things (including wish lists) with friends.

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Immerse yourself in the gentle aromas of a steaming hot cup of your favourite coffee blend. The first thing you smell in the morning, and the only thing you smell while scrolling.

How do you make a working human heart? Scientists can turn stem cells into beating heart cells, but getting them to organize into a 3D heart requires a scaffold. (Credit: Nature Video) Nature Publishing Group

How do you make a working human heart? Scientists can turn stem cells into beating heart cells, but getting them to organize into a heart requires a scaffold.