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14th April 2014

Photo reblogged from It's a lifestyle with 472 notes

coachella:

Just another Coachella sunset…

coachella:

Just another Coachella sunset…

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14th April 2014

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13th April 2014

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iwillreignite:

DILLON FRANCIS - COACHELLA 2014

iwillreignite:

DILLON FRANCIS - COACHELLA 2014

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13th April 2014

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vegandreadlocks:


queeringfeministreality:

emmettbennett:

kayladarrolyn:

this pregnant hairless cat is so fucking done, i can’t handle it.

vegandreadlocks:

queeringfeministreality:

emmettbennett:

kayladarrolyn:

this pregnant hairless cat is so fucking done, i can’t handle it.

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13th April 2014

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13th April 2014

Photo reblogged from It's a lifestyle with 3,131 notes

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13th April 2014

Photo reblogged from It's a lifestyle with 46 notes

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11th April 2014

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11th April 2014

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earthstory:











Brightest Mars in years
Right now is just about the best time this year to view the planet Mars in the night sky. Mars and Earth have different year lengths, so there are times when Earth passes close to Mars and times when Earth is on the opposite side of the sun from Mars.
The best viewing times for Mars are when the two planets make their closest orbital pass, a position called opposition, which will occur this year on April 8.

Right now Mars is rising in the East at just about sunset for most people and can be viewed there starting around sunset.
Because of how the planets migrate in their orbits and the fact that the orbits aren’t circular, Mars is actually getting closer to Earth with each opposition pass right now; Mars will be 0.05 AU closer to Earth than it was at the last opposition in 2012 – a difference that probably can’t be recognized with the eye but which is easily measured. In 2018, Mars will pass only 0.386 AU from the Earth – at the time it will be almost twice as large as it appears from Earth now.
-JBB
Image credit: NASAhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Mars_and_Syrtis_Major_-_GPN-2000-000923.jpg
Read more:http://www.uapress.arizona.edu/onlinebks/MARS/APPENDS.HTMhttp://www.universetoday.com/109010/enter-the-red-planet-a-guide-to-the-upcoming-mars-2014-opposition-season/

earthstory:

Brightest Mars in years

Right now is just about the best time this year to view the planet Mars in the night sky. Mars and Earth have different year lengths, so there are times when Earth passes close to Mars and times when Earth is on the opposite side of the sun from Mars.

The best viewing times for Mars are when the two planets make their closest orbital pass, a position called opposition, which will occur this year on April 8.

Right now Mars is rising in the East at just about sunset for most people and can be viewed there starting around sunset.

Because of how the planets migrate in their orbits and the fact that the orbits aren’t circular, Mars is actually getting closer to Earth with each opposition pass right now; Mars will be 0.05 AU closer to Earth than it was at the last opposition in 2012 – a difference that probably can’t be recognized with the eye but which is easily measured. In 2018, Mars will pass only 0.386 AU from the Earth – at the time it will be almost twice as large as it appears from Earth now.

-JBB

Image credit: NASA
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Mars_and_Syrtis_Major_-_GPN-2000-000923.jpg

Read more:http://www.uapress.arizona.edu/onlinebks/MARS/APPENDS.HTM
http://www.universetoday.com/109010/enter-the-red-planet-a-guide-to-the-upcoming-mars-2014-opposition-season/

Source: earthstory

11th April 2014

Photo reblogged from Video Game Nostalgia with 271 notes

videogamenostalgia:

Evolve

videogamenostalgia:

Evolve

9th April 2014

Photo reblogged from The one in the hole with 528 notes

rave-world:

Zedd ~ Ultra Music Festival 2014

rave-world:

Zedd ~ Ultra Music Festival 2014

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9th April 2014

Photoset reblogged from The one in the hole with 343 notes

liikuma:

Obviously this was Joel’s backup plan in case the music thing had fallen through.

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9th April 2014

Photo reblogged from THE UNIVERSE with 453 notes

the-actual-universe:

I don’t think there’s anything inherently wrong with images like this. It may be fake, but it’s still nice to look at and think about. I don’t like it, however, when these images are presented with no context clues that indicate that the photo has been manipulated. Or, in this case, a file name like “amazing-photo-of-earth-from-space.jpg”.
It’s obvious to a lot of people, especially if you spend a lot of time studying images of space, that this is a manipulated image. Based on the volume of questions I get about what space actually looks like, it certainly isn’t obvious to everyone.
In my years of amateurish space nerdery, I’ve realized that the general public doesn’t know much about space. Which means plenty of people wouldn’t have the specific information needed to understand why cameras cannot capture images like this one. Many will take it at face value. This instance may not be particularly dangerous, but misinformation becoming common knowledge is always less than ideal.
I can enjoy this image for what it is. I am not arguing in favor of eliminating photo manipulation to combat misconceptions. I do hope, however, that future generations go out into the world armed with the knowledge and curiosity to say, “Wow, sweet picture. I should check and see if it’s real.”
-RLO

the-actual-universe:

I don’t think there’s anything inherently wrong with images like this. It may be fake, but it’s still nice to look at and think about. I don’t like it, however, when these images are presented with no context clues that indicate that the photo has been manipulated. Or, in this case, a file name like “amazing-photo-of-earth-from-space.jpg”.

It’s obvious to a lot of people, especially if you spend a lot of time studying images of space, that this is a manipulated image. Based on the volume of questions I get about what space actually looks like, it certainly isn’t obvious to everyone.

In my years of amateurish space nerdery, I’ve realized that the general public doesn’t know much about space. Which means plenty of people wouldn’t have the specific information needed to understand why cameras cannot capture images like this one. Many will take it at face value. This instance may not be particularly dangerous, but misinformation becoming common knowledge is always less than ideal.

I can enjoy this image for what it is. I am not arguing in favor of eliminating photo manipulation to combat misconceptions. I do hope, however, that future generations go out into the world armed with the knowledge and curiosity to say, “Wow, sweet picture. I should check and see if it’s real.”

-RLO

9th April 2014

Post reblogged from The Absolute Funniest Posts with 158,794 notes

elusivemulatto:

tell a grown ass man “no” n watch him revert to age 5 behavior

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8th April 2014

Photoset reblogged from The Absolute Best GIFs with 88,465 notes

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