Archive for March 24, 2016

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bonesmccoy:

Logic? Oh, my God! There’s a maniac trying to make us blow up our own damn ship!

kefrayba:

blazepress:

This is on a whole other level of infuriating.

This would art Ty off so bad…

So obviously Nick take the photo and send it to Ty with the location.

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yawnralphio:

raise yr hand if tyzane still consumes your waking thoughts and dreams

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mizgnomer:

The Tenth Doctor from Tooth and Claw for Tennant Tuesday
(or whatever day this post may find you)

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just–space:

A Candidate for the Biggest Boom Yet Seen : It is a candidate for the brightest and most powerful explosion ever seen what is it? The flaring spot of light was found by the All Sky Automated Survey for Supernovae in June of last year and labelled ASASSN-15lh. Located about three billion light years distant, the source appears tremendously bright for anything so far away: roughly 200 times brighter than an average supernova, and temporarily 20 times brighter than all of the stars in our Milky Way Galaxy combined. Were light emitted by ASASSN-15lh at this rate in all directions at once, it would be the most powerful explosion yet recorded. No known stellar object was thought to create an explosion this powerful, although pushing the theoretical limits for the spin-down of highly-magnetized neutron star a magnetar gets close. Assuming the flare fades as expected later this year, astronomers are planning to use telescopes including Hubble to zoom in on the region to gain more clues. The above-featured artists illustration depicts a hypothetical night sky of a planet located across the host galaxy from the outburst. via NASA

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