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radivs:

'The Queen's Arrival' by Tor-Ivar Næss

radivs:

'The Queen's Arrival' by Tor-Ivar Næss

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astronomicalwonders:

A Close Up Of Star Formation
This very detailed enhanced-colour image from ESO’s Very Large Telescope shows the dramatic effects of very young stars on the dust and gas from which they were born in the star-forming region NGC 6729. The baby stars are invisible in this picture, being hidden behind dust clouds at the upper left of the picture, but material they are ejecting is crashing into the surroundings at speeds of that can be as high as one million kilometres per hour. This picture was taken by the FORS1 instrument and records the scene in the light of glowing hydrogen and sulphur.
Credit: ESO/Sergey Stepanenko

astronomicalwonders:

A Close Up Of Star Formation

This very detailed enhanced-colour image from ESO’s Very Large Telescope shows the dramatic effects of very young stars on the dust and gas from which they were born in the star-forming region NGC 6729. The baby stars are invisible in this picture, being hidden behind dust clouds at the upper left of the picture, but material they are ejecting is crashing into the surroundings at speeds of that can be as high as one million kilometres per hour. This picture was taken by the FORS1 instrument and records the scene in the light of glowing hydrogen and sulphur.

Credit: ESO/Sergey Stepanenko

lookatthesefuckinstars:

BLOOD MOON, 2014.

(top photo was found on imgur, let me know if you know the proper source information. bottom photo courtesy of Mt. Lemmon SkyCenter)

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untexting:

i’m that kind of person who between two choices always pick the wrong one

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zerostatereflex:

NASA’s Kepler Discovers First Earth-Size Planet In The ‘Habitable Zone’ of Another Star

"Using NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope, astronomers have discovered the first Earth-size planet orbiting a star in the "habitable zone" — the range of distance from a star where liquid water might pool on the surface of an orbiting planet. The discovery of Kepler-186f confirms that planets the size of Earth exist in the habitable zone of stars other than our sun."

Nice! Getting closer to finding our “Twin Earth..” 

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doctorwho:

Happy Birthday, David Tennant! 10 Great Tenth Doctor Moments
The fine folks at Anglophenia have put together a post of their 10 favorite clips for David’s birthday. Click through to watch.

doctorwho:

Happy Birthday, David Tennant! 10 Great Tenth Doctor Moments

The fine folks at Anglophenia have put together a post of their 10 favorite clips for David’s birthday. Click through to watch.

MAKE ME CHOOSE
Anonymous asked : okay Donna Noble or Amy Pond :)

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katsallday:

So I started thinking about Elsa’s hair and

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mybeautifulidiot:

*settles into bed with blankets laptop headphones a drink and everything* ahh yes perfect. I have to pee. 

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teppelin:

i’m a person who often wants physical affection but is also very uncomfortable and particular about physical contact

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