space-hub:

Here on Earth. Edition #2

The kitties Loki and Lyra loving tv!

astrotastic:

Tossing Ewoks into a lake of farts…

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setthecontrolfortheheartofthesun:

I want to go to Andromeda :(

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kerningthings:

Brian Cox on the Large Hadron Collider in CERN, Geneva.

kerningthings:

Brian Cox on the Large Hadron Collider in CERN, Geneva.

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carlsagan:

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Get a room

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ohstarstuff:

Spanning 4,000 light-years across, NGC 206 is the richest star cloud in M31 as well as one of the largest and brightest star formation regions of the Local Group. Also known as Andromeda, M31 is a spiral galaxy just 2.5 million light-years away. NGC 206 is near top center in this gorgeous close-up of the southwestern extent of Andromeda’s disk. The bright, blue stars of NGC 206 indicate its youth. In fact, its youngest massive stars are less than 10 million years old. 

ohstarstuff:

Spanning 4,000 light-years across, NGC 206 is the richest star cloud in M31 as well as one of the largest and brightest star formation regions of the Local Group. Also known as Andromeda, M31 is a spiral galaxy just 2.5 million light-years away. NGC 206 is near top center in this gorgeous close-up of the southwestern extent of Andromeda’s disk. The bright, blue stars of NGC 206 indicate its youth. In fact, its youngest massive stars are less than 10 million years old. 

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ohstarstuff:

India’s first spacecraft to visit Mars has sent back one of the most incredible photos yet of the Red Planet. This image from the Mangalyaan probe was unveiled today by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). The planet’s southern ice cap is clearly visible while a huge dust storm blankets part of the northern region. The spacecraft used its Mars Color Camera to capture the amazing photo from a distance of 46,292 miles above the Red Planet. (Credit: Indian Space Research Organisation)

ohstarstuff:

India’s first spacecraft to visit Mars has sent back one of the most incredible photos yet of the Red Planet. This image from the Mangalyaan probe was unveiled today by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). The planet’s southern ice cap is clearly visible while a huge dust storm blankets part of the northern region. The spacecraft used its Mars Color Camera to capture the amazing photo from a distance of 46,292 miles above the Red Planet.

(Credit: Indian Space Research Organisation)

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xv7:

this is like the old early 2000 photos couples used to take in the club just a lizard version

xv7:

this is like the old early 2000 photos couples used to take in the club just a lizard version

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histerekalstiles:

freshasweflow:







this would be my friends. bless them.

 THERE HASN’T BEEN A TIME when i see this picture in my dash and i don’t reblog it.
The baby’s face. oh my god I cant .



babysitting, you’re doing it right.


im pretty sure this is like, the third time i’ve reblogged this. OH WELL

I HAVE THAT SAME DISH IN MY KITCHEN OMG

histerekalstiles:

freshasweflow:

this would be my friends. bless them.

 THERE HASN’T BEEN A TIME when i see this picture in my dash and i don’t reblog it.

The baby’s face. oh my god I cant .

babysitting, you’re doing it right.

im pretty sure this is like, the third time i’ve reblogged this. OH WELL

I HAVE THAT SAME DISH IN MY KITCHEN OMG

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