spaceexp:

Waxing Crescent, 51% of the Moon is Illuminated taken on August 03, 2014 with a Canon SX50 HS IMG_1789 Source: Ted_Roger_Karson
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wolfshirou:

madwatch-madwatch:

wolfshirou:

doctor-gordon-freeman:

wolfshirou:

what is the point of gay straight alliances why would i want to be in an alliance with straight people

Because we outnumber you. 

I’m not saying it’s fair. I’m saying it’s true.

fruit flies outnumber us too but you don’t see me being in an alliance with them

Fruit flies have very little influence on our lives apart from being a nuisance

not seeing many differences between fruit flies and straight allies

(Source: bitnap)

chocolatula:

mashable:

itscolossal:

A Multi-Camera 360° Panoramic Timelapse of the Stars by Vincent Brady [VIDEO]

WHOA!

it’s like vincent van gogh’s sky came alive
schmidt-cassegrain:

An unusual globule in IC 1396. NASA APOD, 14 April 2014.
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humanoidhistory:

April 29, 2001 — The International Space Station shows off its new space grabber Canadarm2, photographed from the Space Shuttle Endeavour following separation as shuttle mission STS-100 draws to a close. (NASA)
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robertozod:

Centaurus A, one of the brightest galaxies in the known universe.
thedemon-hauntedworld:

At the Edge of NGC 2174
Image Credit: NASA, ESA, Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA)

This fantastic skyscape lies near the edge of NGC 2174 a star forming region about 6,400 light-years away in the nebula-rich constellation of Orion. It follows mountainous clouds of gas and dust carved by winds and radiation from the region’s newborn stars, now found scattered in open star clusters embedded around the center of NGC 2174, off the top of the frame. Though star formation continues within these dusty cosmic clouds they will likely be dispersed by the energetic newborn stars within a few million years. Recorded at infrared wavelengths by the Hubble Space Telescope, the interstellar scene spans about 6 light-years.
levantineviper:

A section of the Tarantula Nebula in the constellation Dorado
Image credit: NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope