February 14, 2013


all-things-bright-and-beyootiful:

Breakfast by budi ccline

all-things-bright-and-beyootiful:

Breakfast by budi ccline

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February 7, 2013


Back when i was younger, people used to ask me if i had a girlfriend. And i always felt like a loser every time i said “no”. now i’ve learned to say “you cant rush love” that shuts them up.

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February 5, 2013


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Matterhorn, Switzerland (by traceyjohns)

4nimalparty:

Matterhorn, Switzerland (by traceyjohns)

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repeat from I'll be loving you

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Starburst Galaxy
Messier 82, also known as the Cigar Galaxy, is a starburst galaxy about 12 million light-years away in the constellation Ursa Major. Starburst galaxies undergo extremely high rates of star formation and are thought to represent a particular phase in a galaxy’s evolution. Because of its excessive star birth, M82 is five times brighter than our own Milky Way galaxy.
This image, from the Mount Lemmon SkyCenter, required a 28-hour exposure using the 32-inch Schulman telescope.
Image: Adam Block/Mount Lemmon SkyCenter/University of Arizona [high-resolution]

expose-the-light:

Starburst Galaxy

Messier 82, also known as the Cigar Galaxy, is a starburst galaxy about 12 million light-years away in the constellation Ursa Major. Starburst galaxies undergo extremely high rates of star formation and are thought to represent a particular phase in a galaxy’s evolution. Because of its excessive star birth, M82 is five times brighter than our own Milky Way galaxy.

This image, from the Mount Lemmon SkyCenter, required a 28-hour exposure using the 32-inch Schulman telescope.

Image: Adam Block/Mount Lemmon SkyCenter/University of Arizona [high-resolution]

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8 Minutes of the Earth’s Rotation
How I wish our planet’s movement was this apparent while staring at the night sky. It could probably make a lot more people realize just how tiny we are compared to this vast unexplored galaxy above our heads.
This is a stack of 70 pictures with a 5 second exposure each at ISO 3200 and f/2.2.
Photographed by: Paolo Nacpil

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8 Minutes of the Earth’s Rotation

How I wish our planet’s movement was this apparent while staring at the night sky. It could probably make a lot more people realize just how tiny we are compared to this vast unexplored galaxy above our heads.

This is a stack of 70 pictures with a 5 second exposure each at ISO 3200 and f/2.2.

Photographed by: Paolo Nacpil

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n-a-s-a:

Visualisation of galaxies from the ESO GOODS spectroscopic campaign 
Credit: ESO/L. Calçada/ESO-GOODS team 

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Visualisation of galaxies from the ESO GOODS spectroscopic campaign

Credit: ESO/L. Calçada/ESO-GOODS team 

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January 24, 2013


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January 23, 2013


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