Why can’t we use functional and regular CSS at the same time?

I find myself having a regular conversation with the designer that sits behind me. she has designed something g and we have applied CSS rules and a bit of math to the design, yet in certain circumstances the design looks...

/ November 20, 2018

Why can’t we use functional and regular CSS at the same time?

I find myself having a regular conversation with the designer that sits behind me. she has designed something g and we have applied CSS rules and a bit of math to the design, yet in certain circumstances the design looks...

/ November 20, 2018

Why can’t we use functional and regular CSS at the same time?

I find myself having a regular conversation with the designer that sits behind me. she has designed something g and we have applied CSS rules and a bit of math to the design, yet in certain circumstances the design looks...

/ November 20, 2018

Why can’t we use functional and regular CSS at the same time?

I find myself having a regular conversation with the designer that sits behind me. she has designed something g and we have applied CSS rules and a bit of math to the design, yet in certain circumstances the design looks...

/ November 20, 2018

Why can’t we use functional and regular CSS at the same time?

I find myself having a regular conversation with the designer that sits behind me. she has designed something g and we have applied CSS rules and a bit of math to the design, yet in certain circumstances the design looks...

/ November 20, 2018

Comet Heart and Soul

The greenish coma of comet 21P/Giacobini-Zinner stands out at the left of this telephoto skyscape spanning over 10 degrees toward the northern constellations Cassiopeia and Perseus. Captured on August 17, the periodic comet is the known parent body of the...

/ August 28, 2018

The Pencil Nebula in Red and Blue

Having children that are 4 and 2 I know the look of these remnants very well, and I’m sure my daughter has drawn it on a piece of paper once or twice before. While the colours that they use are...

/ August 13, 2018

Stickney Crater

Stickney Crater, the largest crater on the martian moon Phobos, is named for Chloe Angeline Stickney Hall, mathematician and wife of astronomer Asaph Hall. Asaph Hall discovered both the Red Planet’s moons in 1877. Over 9 kilometers across, Stickney is...

/ August 8, 2018

Eclipsed Moon and Mars over Mountains

There is something unusual about this astronomically-oriented photograph. It’s not obvious — it was discovered only during post-processing. It is not the Moon, although capturing the Moon rising during a total lunar eclipse is quite an unusually interesting sight. (Other...

/ August 7, 2018

NGC 1360: The Robin’s Egg Nebula

Usually when you see large pockets of nebula cloud it is associated with the birth of a new star. In this case the cloud in the image takes up around 3 light-years and is the remnants of the final stages...

/ August 6, 2018