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For the users of quey.org!

If you would like a email address from quey.org you can now ask me and I'll setup a redirect for you to your own email!

I only allow the same email as your username, so for example: I use the email: snder@quey.org for mail since my username is "snder".

Send me a DM with your email if you would like to have a *@quey.org email!

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# Funding quey

quey is not owned and operated by a large corporation! Instead it is run as a passion project by a few people.

Due to the fact that we run completely free of ads, we have to rely on your help to keep the lights on around here.

If you are willing to support us, you can become one of our Patrons or donate through PayPal or iDeal!

quey.org/funding

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👋 Hello new users! Great to have you on board. 🙇

✅ Before you begin we advise you to edit your profile, create a bio and upload an avatar.

✅ Than it's time for your first post! Use the hashtag to introduce yourself.

✅ Now follow some users, some will probably follow you back when they like your introduction and bio. You find users on the local and (especially) the federated timeline. Also take a peek in the follower lists of people you follow.

Enjoy!

Yaay! It’s and you know what that means.. Only 2 days work left after today!

Sunrise for January 29, 2020 at 08:19AM! It's currently around 4C. Current weather conditions are Cloudy.

This is the farthest galaxy group identified to date. Three galaxies of the EGS77 galaxy group, shown in the green circles, lie at a redshift of 7.7, which means we’re seeing them as they were when the universe was just 680 million years old: …

This bright, somewhat blob-like object is a galaxy named NGC 1803. It is about 200 million light-years away, in the southern constellation of Pictor. NGC 1803 was discovered in 1834 by astronomer John Herschel. For more information: …

Hubble took >7,000 exposures to create this mosaic of a 48,000-light-year span across the Andromeda Galaxy, our largest galactic neighbor. The image is so detailed it resolves individual stars in the galaxy from 2 million light-years away:…

Hubble observed NGC1022 as part of a study into one of the universe’s most notorious residents: black holes. These are fundamental components of galaxies and are thought to lurk at the hearts of many — if not all — spirals: …

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