Saturn in infrared, captured by the Keck Observatory this morning. Just another reminder of how much information lies beyond our senses. The rings, made of icy debris, reflect quite a bit of sunlight in the infrared range. The poles? Not so much.
(via James O’Donoghue)
I wish I had Geordi La Forge’s visor sometimes so I could see stuff like this. Hell, he could even see neutrinos!
Pride not prejudice #rctid
So, we went to the Galaxy/SKC game with a few friends Saturday. My girlfriend replaced the MLS Cup Championship ring with this. When I turned around after celebrating Marcelo Sarvas’ goal, she was down on one knee. So, yeah. I got engaged at a Galaxy game.
I did this. ^
This is absolutely frickin adorable
Angel Stadium, Anaheim, CA
Radeo is HOT in this sexy gifset from the full length video SuicideGirls: UK Holiday.
See what she and 30 other SuicideGirls get up to on holiday in the UK. Download the full 90 minute movie here:secure.suicidegirls.com/ukholiday/
It’s hard not to reblog Radeo <3
That is NCG 6357, also sometimes called the Lobster Nebula. It’s a massive star-forming cloud around 8000 light years away, located in the constellation of Scorpius. The picture was taken by the amazing VISTA (Visible and Infrared Survey Telescope for Astronomy), located in Paranal, Chile.
Infographic of the Day: Near-Earth Objects Have Different Names for Different Sizes
In the wake of last Friday’s meteor event in Russia and the asteroid fly-by, graphic designer Tim Lillis has released this neat infographic explaining the proper lexicon of near-Earth objects by their size.
Einstein and his therapist.
I will always reblog this.
i’ve been looking for this picture for ages, i love it, something about it just…gets to me
“happiness in intelligent people is the rarest thing I know”
why do i love this so much