lucaspsi:

shotarokaneda:

this dog is part husky part lab

the split is straight down the middle, quite literally

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LOOK AT THIS!!! It looks like two different dogs! She literally got looks from both sides of her parents! JUST IMAGINE HOW HAPPY THEY MUST BE!!!!!

(Source: superstreetfighter2turbohdremix)

canadian-space-agency:

NASA Astronaut Reid Wiseman aboard the ISS: “There is never a moment when you look outside and don’t immediately reach for a camera.”
Credit: Reid Wiseman/NASA

canadian-space-agency:

NASA Astronaut Reid Wiseman aboard the ISS: “There is never a moment when you look outside and don’t immediately reach for a camera.”

Credit: Reid Wiseman/NASA

(Source: twitter.com)

carlie1197:

CAPTAIN JOHNSON NOW IN CHARGE OF FERGUSON SITUATION
"I’m going to march with you. There won’t be a police line."

carlie1197:

CAPTAIN JOHNSON NOW IN CHARGE OF FERGUSON SITUATION

"I’m going to march with you. There won’t be a police line."

trailingfireflies:

Mira (MY-rah) is a star that scientists have studied for 400 years. But NASA’s Galaxy Evolution Explorer telescope captured a very surprising image of Mira. It showed for the first time that Mira has a long tail of dust and gas—13 light-years long! That is 20,000 times longer than the average distance from the Sun to Pluto!

A star’s life has a beginning, middle, and end, just like ours. Only a star’s life is much, much longer. Mira is a red giant star near the end of its life. It is blowing off much of its mass in the form of gas and dust. It has already flung out enough material to construct at least 3,000 Earth-sized planets!

Mira is moving at 291,000 miles per hour! This is much faster than the other stars in our part of the Milky Way galaxy. This speed and the huge amount of material coming off Mira have created its contrail-like tail.

Credit NASA

beatonna:

Quinn Keast has made a delightful and innovative use of my comic, give it a try!

beatonna:

Quinn Keast has made a delightful and innovative use of my comic, give it a try!

ted:

This is what sound looks like

You’ve never seen sound visualizations like this before. Evan Grant creates beautiful illustrations of what we hear by capturing the vibrations from sound waves in mediums like sand or water. This process — called cymatics — makes sound look so wonderfully alien.  

Watch the full talk here »

Apple donuts are my friends. 

In other words, 

I’M BACK IN NEW YORK! Eastman and Rochester in a week aaahh!