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Personal Blog of Knoah
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astronomicalwonders:

Turbulence in a Star Forming Region
The nebula’s sparkling centerpiece is a giant, young star cluster named NGC 2070, only 2 million years old. Its stellar inhabitants number roughly 500,000. The cluster is a hotbed for young, massive stars. The cluster’s dense core, known as R136, is packed with some of the heftiest stars found in the nearby universe.
The cluster’s core is home to more than 10,000 stars. Several of them may be over 100 times more massive than our Sun. These hefty stars are destined to pop off, like a string of firecrackers, as supernovas in a few million years. Only two or three of the hottest stars in R136 are providing 50 percent of the radiation in the cluster.
30 Doradus is the brightest, nearby star-forming region and home to the most massive stars in our cosmic neighborhood of about 25 galaxies. The nebula is close enough to Earth that Hubble can resolve individual stars, giving astronomers important information about the stars’ birth and evolution. 30 Doradus resides 170,000 light-years away in the Large Magellanic Cloud, a small, satellite galaxy of our Milky Way.
Credit: NASA, ESA
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the-actual-universe:

The Sun is better than artThis incredible image was produced using data from NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) taken on January 17, 2003. This is the sun photographed as it was building towards a major eruption.SDO carries imaging instruments that photograph different wavelengths of light released from the sun. If you remember your physics, there is a relationship between the wavelength of light, the frequency of the light, and the energy of the light, so SDO images basically reflect the temperature of the sun.The colors in this shot are 3 different wavelengths of light. Temperature across the sun’s surface and in its corona varies as gases are moved around by convection and by the sun’s powerful magnetic field. Images like this are both gorgeous and help scientists understand the forces churning beneath the surface of the body at the heart of the solar system.-JBBImage credit: NASA Goddard/SDO
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xysciences:

A storm just before turning into a tornado. 
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thedailydoodles:

"Prolonging the In-between"
Stuck in your own limbo, but happy where you areA job that pays the bills and keeps gas in your car.Your young days are long over, but adulthood hasn’t arrivedProlonging the In-between is where you found you thrived.
No marriage and no kids; haven’t gone to school for yearsWatching all your silly peers stress over their careersStaying where you are, avoiding most of “the next big step”The contrivance of it all seems to be only for an artificial rep.
And that’s all fine, if it’s even true; it’s a luxury to live and whineYou just want to be happy, and the In-Between seems fine.
(Starring Andreas Zeichenwege from Zeichenwege.tumblr.com!  Check out his great illustrations and comics)
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weedporndaily:

TORO 06’ One of the first to join the boro1k and certainly still one of my favorites d by _sgl_glass http://ift.tt/1tWZMFW
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septagonstudios:

David Olenick
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Going to bed after a tournament