Welcome to Earth & Space

     We all share this beautiful and priceless planet called Earth. This is our only home, for now, and must act to preserve and cherish it for many more future generations. TeBe Photographs will focus on the state of our planet, particularly on climate change. For as long as Earth had an atmosphere, the climate has been changing over the eons from cooler to warmer periods. The health of our planet is vital to the well-being of life. Actions made today can lead to a better tomorrow. 

 

     The Earth is in an endless sea in the great vastness of our mysterious universe. Expanding the captured moments to the final frontier, outer space. Looking up at the night sky, you venture into the past since light from objects takes time to reach us. Each space image dates from a frame of time like any other image taken and viewed on Earth. For this, TeBe Photographs also connects you to space. My personal favorite subject about astronomy is the exploration of exoplanets, especially in finding potential Earth-like ones (see below). Get to know about the Great Unknown.

     In this section, you can uncover the images taken by TeBe Photographs, Earth and space-related topics, infographics, and more.

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Climate Change

As of September 26, 2020

Carbon Dioxide level: 414 ppm

Global Temperature: +1.1 C (+2 F) since 1880

 

Arctic Ice Minimum: 12.85% per decade

Ice Sheets Loss: 427 Gigatonnes per year

Sea Level Rise: 3.3 mm per year

Mean Ocean Temperature: 17 C (62.6 F)

Exoplanets

As of September 26, 2020

Confirmed Number: 4,284

Planetary Systems: 3,179

Closest Exoplanet to Us: Proxima Centauri b 

Distance from us: 4.24 light years

1 light year = 9.45 trillion km (5.88 trillion mi)

light speed (c) = 300,000 km/s (186,200 mi/s)

What We See

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Visible Light

Our eyes have evolved to see the universe in a small part of the electromagnetic spectrum called visible light. Wavelengths in this portion ranges (in decreasing energy) roughly between 400 and 700 nm (violet to red).

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Jupiter

Jupiter with its Galilean moons: Ganymede, Io, Europa, and Callisto.