Archive for April 24, 2016

So I haven’t managed to be on tumblr much this weekend (lets blame work…but really it’s probably fics, both plotting and reading) 

Going to attempt a ‘catch up’ of the last few days – this probably wont end well

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astronomicalwonders:

Orion and the Horse-head in Infrared

This wide image of the Orion Molecular Cloud Complex features the Flame nebula (NGC 2024) and the Horsehead nebula (NGC 2023). In this infrared image, the Horsehead can be seen on the bottom right as a small wisp of gas protruding from the complex. The colors in this image do not represent visible light because it was imaged with the Spritzer Space Telescope – which can only see infrared light. As a result, scientist must map temperatures to colors. Cooler objects, such as the dust of the nebulae, appear green and red and hotter objects appear more blue. Astronomers are essentially “shifting” the infrared light into the visible spectrum.

Credit: NASA/JPL/Cal Tech

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jollyhollycosplay:

Cinderella transformation dress for the cosplay contest at G6!

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bardilfula:

labexperiment:

dreamwaffles:

I AM CRYING

THERE ARE ACTUAL TEARS

ALSO I CAN’T BREATHE

OH GOD BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA IF YOU *EVER* WERE IN ORCHESTRA OR CHOIR DO YOURSELF A FUCKING FAVOR AND WATCH THIS

I CAN’T, DAJFSOWEISJDOAIHSDOIAF HFASOBAWEOUDSHOIF AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA 

This is hysterical.

x’D

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just–space:

Dark Nebulas across Taurus : Sometimes even the dark dust of interstellar space has a serene beauty. One such place occurs toward the constellation of Taurus. The filaments featured here can be found on the sky between the Pleiades star cluster and the California Nebula. This dust is not known not for its bright glow but for its absorption and opaqueness. Several bright stars are visible with their blue light seen reflecting off the brown dust. Other stars appear unusually red as their light barely peaks through a column of dark dust, with red the color that remains after the blue is scattered away. Yet other stars are behind dust pillars so thick they are not visible here. Although appearing serene, the scene is actually an ongoing loop of tumult and rebirth. This is because massive enough knots of gas and dust will gravitationally collapse to form new stars – stars that both create new dust in their atmospheres and destroy old dust with their energetic light and winds. via NASA

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captbexx:

Draco & Pansy ^-^

kinkstertime:

supernachtkuchen:

anthemofwar:

silvermoonphantom:

ashleyeleigh:

sourcedumal:

miniar:

justanothergreyface:

Da Vinci’s Last Supper

Michelangelo’s Creation of Adam

Rembrandt’s Anatomy Lesson

“Hilariously”?

Those are beautiful photos…

I’m saying. These dudes are awesome

This is amazing.

The composition, and the LIGHTING, and the grunge… lovely

but like the colors are so nice?????

@acaeus

The lighting!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Auto Mechanics Hilariously Recreate Renaissance Paintings