Sweet niblets. If it wasn't enough that our favourite teen pop sensation Hannah Montana turned out to be Draco Malfoy's little sister Miley Cyrus, the star has now gone and committed an outrageous space faux-pas.
Cyrus-Montana-Malfoy shared a snap of her latest tat yesterday, captioning it: “permaaaa skinnnnn arrrrrttttt by daaaa mosssst bad a$$@laurenwinzer #lilbbjupiter”.
But it's not just the extra letters that offend. Oh no. Can you spot it?
That ain't Jupiter, and no amount of hashtags will make it so.
Solar Storms Ignite X-ray "Northern Lights" on Jupiter: Solar storms are triggering X-ray auroras on Jupiter that are about eight times brighter than normal over a large area of the planet and hundreds of times more energetic than Earth's "northern lights," according to a new study using data from our Chandra X-ray Observatory. This result is the first time that Jupiter's auroras have been studied in X-ray light when a giant solar storm arrived at the planet. The image show Jupiter and its aurora in October 2011. X-ray data from Chandra (purple) have been overlaid on an optical image from the Hubble Space Telescope. Image credit: X-ray: NASA/CXC/UCL/W.Dunn et al, Optical: NASA/STScI #nasa #space #nasabeyond #solarsystem #chandra #jupiter #aurora #astronomy #hubble #hst #science
The singer actually (accidentally?) got Saturn permanently etched on her skin, which is a blunder we for one can never forgive. Sure, Jupiter has rings too, but they're way, way less visible. Saturn's rings on the other hand:
Scientists Pinpoint Saturn With Exquisite Accuracy: Scientists have paired NASA's Cassini spacecraft with the National Science Foundation's Very Long Baseline Array (VLBA) radio-telescope system to pinpoint the position of Saturn and its family of moons to within about 2 miles (4 kilometers). The measurement is some 50 times more precise than those provided by ground-based optical telescopes. The feat improves astronomers' knowledge of Saturn's orbit and benefits spacecraft navigation and basic physics research. Image Credit: NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute #nasa #science #cassini #nsf #vlba #saturn #planets
There's a lesson here for none of us. Absolutely none of us.