mistymorningme:

Winterburn Reservoir, Milky Way by MatthewSavage.Photography

mistymorningme:

Winterburn Reservoir, Milky Way by MatthewSavage.Photography
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mucholderthen:

Vintage Russian Matchbox Graphics
celebrating early Soviet successes in the space race

[sources: X , Flickr ]  

  1. Luna 1 (Mechta) launched in 1959 -  the first spacecraft to achieve escape velocity from Earth and reach the vicinity of the Moon.
  2. Sputnik 1,  launched in October 1957 the first man-made object in space, it spent 3 months in orbit emitting a radio signal for approx a third of that time.
  3. Sputnik 2 – the second man-made object launched into earth orbit, carrying “Laika” the first living animal to leave our biosphere and enter space.
  4. The relative distances (in kilometers) between the Earth, Moon, and Sun. 
  5. Luna 2 -  the first space craft to reach the surface of the moon where it was purposely crash landed after 33 .5 hours of flight. 
Reblogged from gravitationalbeauty ★ Originally from mucholderthen


Reblogged from science-sexual ★ Originally from what-is-this-fruitsnackery


scifigeneration:


下水都市の脅威 | タツヲ 

via intergalacticodex
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comfortspringstation:

A Pumpkin Skeleton

comfortspringstation:

A Pumpkin Skeleton

Reblogged from thecathasayellowbeard ★ Originally from comfortspringstation


Is this how the skeleton war started…?

Reblogged from organisedentropy ★ Originally from jerryseinfeldsskeleton


Reblogged from thecathasayellowbeard ★ Originally from jesus-san


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starstuffblog:

Climate change deniers are the bitches of OPEC

Have to wonder which journal would publish that…

starstuffblog:

Climate change deniers are the bitches of OPEC

Have to wonder which journal would publish that…

Reblogged from starstuffblog ★ Originally from starstuffblog


discoverynews:

Curiosity Finds a Weird ‘Ball’ on Mars
Reblogged from stormbear ★ Originally from discoverynews


Reblogged from thecathasayellowbeard ★ Originally from sizvideos


irw1nz:

Inhabited volcanic isle of Aogashima, Japan

Fun fact: Aogashima is one of the most remote parts of Japan. The southernmost of the Izu island chain, the only way to get there is to hire a boat, or pay someone to take you. There are no ferries.

The funny thing is that Aogashima and all of the Izu islands are part of Tokyo prefecture. So technically, I could travel there and still be in Tokyo!

irw1nz:

Inhabited volcanic isle of Aogashima, Japan

Fun fact: Aogashima is one of the most remote parts of Japan. The southernmost of the Izu island chain, the only way to get there is to hire a boat, or pay someone to take you. There are no ferries.

The funny thing is that Aogashima and all of the Izu islands are part of Tokyo prefecture. So technically, I could travel there and still be in Tokyo!

Reblogged from redashe ★ Originally from irw1nz


Reblogged from baedirin ★ Originally from vein


4gifs:

Cat senses earthquake

4gifs:

Cat senses earthquake

Reblogged from conscious-crustacean ★ Originally from 4gifs