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even my friends aren’t my friends

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 Cara Thayer and Louie Van Patten - “Confrontational Paintings of Intimacy”

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 Cara Thayer and Louie Van Patten - “Confrontational Paintings of Intimacy”

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trust:

when people have really nice clear faces i want punch myself 

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nue:

itunes has got it all wrong the hottest single of the year is me

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Photographer unknown, 1950s

the one on the left hello

so hot im actually crying

Oh god, feeling weezy

why dont boys look like this anymore wtf

yes omg ^

why did we go from this to baggy pants and snap backs?

can we bring this style back pls

timid:

Photographer unknown, 1950s

the one on the left hello

so hot im actually crying

Oh god, feeling weezy

why dont boys look like this anymore wtf

yes omg ^

why did we go from this to baggy pants and snap backs?

can we bring this style back pls

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GJ 504 b: Pretty in Pink

For those of you who love the color pink, you might enjoy a recent discovery in the world of astronomy. NASA scientists have discovered a gas giant planet around four times the size of Jupiter, 57 light years away from Earth. The large exoplanet, which orbits the Sun-like star; 59 Virginis (GJ 504), is making scientists question prior theories about planetary formation. Also, did we mention it is pink?

Read more about this fascinating planet here: http://www.fromquarkstoquasars.com/gj-504-b-pretty-in-pink/

Image Credit: BeeSadie on DeviantArt

fromquarkstoquasars:

GJ 504 b: Pretty in Pink

For those of you who love the color pink, you might enjoy a recent discovery in the world of astronomy. NASA scientists have discovered a gas giant planet around four times the size of Jupiter, 57 light years away from Earth. The large exoplanet, which orbits the Sun-like star; 59 Virginis (GJ 504), is making scientists question prior theories about planetary formation. Also, did we mention it is pink?

Read more about this fascinating planet here: http://www.fromquarkstoquasars.com/gj-504-b-pretty-in-pink/

Image Credit: BeeSadie on DeviantArt

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thenewenlightenmentage:

Found! 3 Super-Earth Planets That Could Support Alien Life

The habitable zone of a nearby star is filled to the brim with planets that could support alien life, scientists announced today (June 25).

An international team of scientists found a record-breaking three potentially habitable planets around the star Gliese 667C, a star 22 light-years from Earth that is orbited by at least six planets, and possibly as many as seven, researchers said. The three planet contenders for alien life are in the star’s “habitable zone” — the temperature region around the star where liquid water could exist. Gliese 667C is part of a three-star system, so the planets could see three suns in their daytime skies.

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For the first time, astronomers have determined the true colour of a planet orbiting another star.
The world, known as HD189733b, has a deep azure hue - the result of silicate (glass) rain in the atmosphere which scatters blue light.
Details of the discovery, made with the Hubble Space Telescope, are to appear in Astrophysical Journal Letters.
Although it might resemble Earth from a distance, HD189733b is a huge gas giant which orbits close to its host star.
The temperature of the planet’s atmosphere is a scorching 1,000C, and it rains glass, sideways, in howling 7,000km-per-hour winds.
At a distance of 63 light-years from us, this turbulent alien world is one of the nearest exoplanets to Earth that can be seen crossing the face of its star.
It has been extensively studied by ground- and space-based telescopes. Now, astronomers have measured its visible colour.
"Measuring its colour is a real first - we can actually imagine what this planet would look like if we were able to look at it directly," said Prof Frederic Pont, from the University of Exeter.

le-jardine-d-eden:

For the first time, astronomers have determined the true colour of a planet orbiting another star.

The world, known as HD189733b, has a deep azure hue - the result of silicate (glass) rain in the atmosphere which scatters blue light.

Details of the discovery, made with the Hubble Space Telescope, are to appear in Astrophysical Journal Letters.

Although it might resemble Earth from a distance, HD189733b is a huge gas giant which orbits close to its host star.

The temperature of the planet’s atmosphere is a scorching 1,000C, and it rains glass, sideways, in howling 7,000km-per-hour winds.

At a distance of 63 light-years from us, this turbulent alien world is one of the nearest exoplanets to Earth that can be seen crossing the face of its star.

It has been extensively studied by ground- and space-based telescopes. Now, astronomers have measured its visible colour.

"Measuring its colour is a real first - we can actually imagine what this planet would look like if we were able to look at it directly," said Prof Frederic Pont, from the University of Exeter.

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sci-universe:

Art + science: all the entries in this annual photography competition were taken by engineers from the University of Cambridge as they worked. see the full gallery here»

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science-junkie:

Electrical Circuits Encode Your Reality
By Dwayne Godwin and Jorge Cham