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An interesting model of our solar system’s path as it travels through space in the Milky Way.
Certainly a departure from usual models that show the Sun as a static object, which it certainly isn’t
I had no idea this was happening. Where are we going?
To fuck some shit up
TO FUCK YO BITCH
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IMG_0011 by Xiaowen Ye on Flickr.
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Pink-Bellied Side-Necked Turtle
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Burrowing Owl. Photo by quaddie
Golden Fungi by Paul Hutchins
This fungi was found on the way to some waterfalls way out the back of Crabtree, Tasmania. I will never return to these falls due to the infestation of leeches. If I hadn’t of snagged this photo it would rate as one of the toughest days spent outdoors I’ve experienced. We managed to travel less than 1km in 3 hours.
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when you see your reflection on your laptop screen and you just look
Deep Water - By Andreas Feldl
From National Geographic Space Pictures This Week; May 17, 2013:
Star Factory T.A. Rector and H. Schweiker, WIYN/UAA/NOAO/NSF
Telescopes at the Kitt Peak National Observatory near Tuscon, Arizona, captured this image of Nebula Sh2-239 using blue, green, orange, and red filters.
Released this week, the image shows a region of the Taurus molecular cloud—about 450 light-years away from Earth. The nebula is full of stars in various stages of formation, from very new to old and established.