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camo-zamboni:

camo-zamboni:

camo-zamboni:

My roommate and his girlfriend got in the shower together and they’re… Talking about politics?

I was expecting to hear “OH GOD, HARDER,” not “George Washington was entirely correct in his prediction of what distinct parties would do to politics as a whole.”

Nope nevermind, there it is, apparently political debate is just their form of foreplay

STOP REBLOGGING THIS HE HAS A TUMBLR

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sci-universe:

The icy blue wings of Hen 2-437

The patterns and symmetries in space never cease to amaze. Hen 2-437 is a planetary nebula which has spectacularly symmetrical wings. It was first identified in 1946 by Rudolph Minkowski, who later also discovered the famous and equally beautiful M2-9, otherwise known as the Twin Jet Nebula:

Hen 2-437 was added to a catalogue of planetary nebula over two decades later by astronomer and NASA astronaut Karl Gordon Henize.

If you’re interested in how planetary nebulae form, go here

Credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA

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just-shower-thoughts:

Waking up with a hangover is like rebooting in safe mode. The main functions still work, but it’s impossible to get anything else done.

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just–space:

The California Nebula : Whats California doing in space? Drifting through the Orion Arm of the spiral Milky Way Galaxy, this cosmic cloud by chance echoes the outline of California on the west coast of the United States. Our own Sun also lies within the Milky Ways Orion Arm, only about 1,500 light-years from the California Nebula. Also known as NGC 1499, the classic emission nebula is around 100 light-years long. On the featured image, the most prominent glow of the California Nebula is the red light characteristic of hydrogen atoms recombining with long lost electrons, stripped away by energetic starlight. The star most likely providing the energetic starlight that ionizes much of the nebular gas is the bright, hot, bluish Xi Persei just to the right of the nebula. A regular target for astrophotographers, the California Nebula can be spotted with a wide-field telescope under a dark sky toward the constellation of Perseus, not far from the Pleiades. via NASA

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andruargentina:

I dream of those lips