Posted 2 days ago
madsurfermad:

It is ok to send me anything.
If you show me yours I show you mine.

madsurfermad:

It is ok to send me anything.

If you show me yours I show you mine.

(Source: ilovewomenido)

Posted 2 days ago
im-a-nasty-old-whore:

How many of you guys out there would like a taste of this??

im-a-nasty-old-whore:

How many of you guys out there would like a taste of this??

Posted 4 days ago
Posted 4 days ago

thedemon-hauntedworld:

The Cats Paw Nebula
Nebulae are perhaps as famous for being identified with familiar shapes as perhaps cats are for getting into trouble. Still, no known cat could have created the vast Cat’s Paw Nebula visible in Scorpius. At 5,500 light years distant, Cat’s Paw is an emission nebula with a red color that originates from an abundance of ionized hydrogen atoms. Alternatively known as the Bear Claw Nebula or NGC 6334, stars nearly ten times the mass of our Sun have been born there in only the past few million years.

Credit: Robert Gendler & Martin Pugh

Posted 4 days ago
Posted 4 days ago

spaceexp:

Milky Way over Storm Lake, IA

Source: thebeardwilleatyou (reddit)

Posted 4 days ago

red-lipstick:

1898 photograph of Thomas Dickert and Johann Friedrich Julius Schmidt’s model moon, which was constructed of 116 sections of plaster on a framework of wood and metal. Location: Chicago’s Field Columbian Museum.

Posted 4 days ago

astronomicalwonders:

The Magellanic Cloud and Tarantula Nebula

This VISTA image shows the spectacular 30 Doradus star-forming region, also called the Tarantula Nebula. At its core is a large cluster of stars known as R 136, in which some of the most massive stars known are located. This infrared image, made with ESO’s VISTA survey telescope, is from the VISTA Magellanic Cloud Survey. The project will scan a vast area — 184 square degrees of the sky (corresponding to almost one thousand times the apparent area of the full Moon), including our nearby neighbouring galaxies, the Large and Small Magellanic Clouds. The end result will be a detailed study of the star formation history and three-dimensional geometry of the Magellanic system.

Credit: ESO

Posted 4 days ago
Posted 4 days ago

beyondthecloudsinmyhead:

it depends on how you want it to see
12.04.2014