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18th October 2014

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The Legend of Zelda > > > Hyrule Warriors

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17th October 2014

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17th October 2014

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lndras:

exclusive cutscenes from the final battle between naruto and sasuke

That’s it, this is the best one. Ever.

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17th October 2014

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evilblogger:

how the turn tables

I’m crying.

neobirchstick:

evilblogger:

how the turn tables

I’m crying.

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16th October 2014

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16th October 2014

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distant-traveller:

From the Temple of the Sun to the Temple of the Moon

What connects the Sun to the Moon? Many answers have been given throughout history, but in the case of today’s featured image, it appears to be the plane of our Milky Way Galaxy. The 16-image panorama was taken in Capitol Reef National Park, Utah, USA where two sandstone monoliths — the Temple of the Moon on the right and the Temple of the Sun on the left — rise dramatically from the desert. Each natural monument stands about 100 meters tall and survives from the Jurassic period 160 million years ago. Even older are many of the stars and nebulas that dot the celestial background, including the Andromeda Galaxy. Tomorrow the Earth will connect the Sun to the Moon by way of its shadow: a total lunar eclipse will be visible from many locations around the globe.

Image credit & copyright: Dave Lane

distant-traveller:

From the Temple of the Sun to the Temple of the Moon

What connects the Sun to the Moon? Many answers have been given throughout history, but in the case of today’s featured image, it appears to be the plane of our Milky Way Galaxy. The 16-image panorama was taken in Capitol Reef National Park, Utah, USA where two sandstone monoliths — the Temple of the Moon on the right and the Temple of the Sun on the left — rise dramatically from the desert. Each natural monument stands about 100 meters tall and survives from the Jurassic period 160 million years ago. Even older are many of the stars and nebulas that dot the celestial background, including the Andromeda Galaxy. Tomorrow the Earth will connect the Sun to the Moon by way of its shadow: a total lunar eclipse will be visible from many locations around the globe.

Image credit & copyright: Dave Lane

Source: apod.nasa.gov

16th October 2014

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science-junkie:

Ultraluminous Pulsar
An Ultraluminous X-ray Source (ULX) in the center of galaxy M82 that astronomers had thought was a black hole is really the brightest pulsar ever recorded.
Credit: NASA

science-junkie:

Ultraluminous Pulsar

An Ultraluminous X-ray Source (ULX) in the center of galaxy M82 that astronomers had thought was a black hole is really the brightest pulsar ever recorded.

Credit: NASA

15th October 2014

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15th October 2014

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15th October 2014

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