Science gets spooky on Halloween: 7 ghostly tweets
It’s Halloween, and scientific organizations are taking to Twitter with their scariest images. From spooky-looking rocks, to a ghostly octopus, to the sun taking on the appearance of a jack-o-lantern, here are some of the most haunting science images of the day.
Two years ago, the Solar Dynamics Observatory spacecraft imaged the sun looking pumpkin-like. No candle needed.
— NASASunEarth (@NASASunEarth) October 31, 2016
The swirling patterns of the aurora borealis over Selfoss, Iceland look strange in an image, taken in 2015, that the European Space Agency tweeted.
— ESA (@esa) October 31, 2016
The Bureau of Land Management did their best to spook people with a shot of a monster caught in stone. Truly petrifying.
— BLMNational (@BLMNational) October 31, 2016
Then there are lots of cute, creepy critters to be found under the sea. NOAA Ocean Explorer has been tweeting out images of an adorable, Casper-like octopus, a “ghost fish” first seen in July, and even a frog fish that resembles an undersea pumpkin.
— NOAA Ocean Explorer (@oceanexplorer) October 31, 2016
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