Algol Paradox

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mucholderthen:

Milky Way Centered on M8 M16 M17 and M20 Astrophotography by Martin P Campbell on Flickr.
All rights reserved by the photographer / sharing enabled

mucholderthen:

Milky Way Centered on M8 M16 M17 and M20 
Astrophotography by Martin P Campbell on Flickr.

All rights reserved by the photographer / sharing enabled

crayonguy:

Bunny master post

(via monumentalholiday)

humanoidhistory:

April 17, 1970 — The astronauts of Apollo 13 make it home, safe and sound.

humanoidhistory:

April 17, 1970 — The astronauts of Apollo 13 make it home, safe and sound.

(Source: youtube.com)

staceythinx:

Oliver Gal Artist Co. has mined the patent office’s archives for iconic inventions for use as wall art.

(Source: Laughing Squid)

(Source: hartorotica, via se-ren-d-ipi-ty)

futurist-foresight:

Looking back at Apollo 16.

humanoidhistory:

On April 16, 1972, the Apollo 16 mission blasted off from Cape Canaveral on a journey to the Moon. Astronauts John Young, Charlie Duke, and Ken Mattingly went on the penultimate adventure of the Apollo program with a mission that lasted 11 days, 1 hour, and 51 minutes, ending at 2:45 PM EST on April 27.

(Source: youtube.com)

scienceisbeauty:

Analysis through testing the variation in 3-Dimensionality of the Bombyx mori‘s spinning environment from 2D to increasingly 3D.

Absolutely fascinating.

Created at the Mediated Matter Research Group at the MIT Media Lab, The Silk Pavilion explores the relationship between digital and biological fabrication on product and architectural scales.

Source: Silk Pavillion – CNC Deposited Silk & Silkworm Construction at the MIT Media Lab (CreativeApplications.Net)

(via laboratoryequipment)

vvidget:

I know this is long, but I needed to share it.

(via monumentalholiday)

humanoidhistory:

Our Solar System.

humanoidhistory:

Our Solar System.

(Source: solarsystem.nasa.gov, via sagansense)

thenewenlightenmentage:

New Dwarf Planet Found at Solar System’s Edge, Hints at Possible Faraway ‘Planet X’
Astronomers have found a new dwarf planet far beyond Pluto’s orbit, suggesting that this distant realm contains millions of undiscovered objects — including, perhaps, a world larger than Earth.
The newfound celestial body, called 2012 VP113, joins the dwarf planet Sedna as a confirmed resident of a far-flung and largely unexplored region scientists call the “inner Oort Cloud.” Further, 2012 VP113 and Sedna may have been pulled into their long, looping orbits by a big planet lurking unseen in these frigid depths.
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thenewenlightenmentage:

New Dwarf Planet Found at Solar System’s Edge, Hints at Possible Faraway ‘Planet X’

Astronomers have found a new dwarf planet far beyond Pluto’s orbit, suggesting that this distant realm contains millions of undiscovered objects — including, perhaps, a world larger than Earth.

The newfound celestial body, called 2012 VP113, joins the dwarf planet Sedna as a confirmed resident of a far-flung and largely unexplored region scientists call the “inner Oort Cloud.” Further, 2012 VP113 and Sedna may have been pulled into their long, looping orbits by a big planet lurking unseen in these frigid depths.

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(via sagansense)

wild-guy:

Peacock Spider (x)

wild-guy:

Peacock Spider (x)

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jtotheizzoe:

Yuichi Takasaka’s lunar eclipse photo is better than your lunar eclipse photo.
Taken over Waterton Lakes National Park in Alberta. See those other specks chasing the Moon? Those aren’t lens flares, they’re fellow celestial bodies including Mars, Jupiter, and the star Spica.

jtotheizzoe:

Yuichi Takasaka’s lunar eclipse photo is better than your lunar eclipse photo.

Taken over Waterton Lakes National Park in Alberta. See those other specks chasing the Moon? Those aren’t lens flares, they’re fellow celestial bodies including Mars, Jupiter, and the star Spica.

(via galaxyclusters)