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i-am-a-fandom-warrior:

CAN

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ABOUT

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ADORABLE

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ANIMALSimage

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OKAY SO NOW I’M SEEINGimage

WHY WE DON’T BECAUSEimage

IT’S WAYYYY TO CUTE TO HANDLE

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relahvant:

positivethinkingforlosers:

most accurate weather in the world. 

stone gone

relahvant:

positivethinkingforlosers:

most accurate weather in the world. 

stone gone

(Source: epic-humor, via flyingbaconsandwiches)

thetolqueen:

When I’m somewhere and a bunch of little kids start running around:

(via flyingbaconsandwiches)

That grandma took none of the shit.

Team Grandma

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heyfunniest:

food hack

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distant-traveller:

Three NASA telescopes begin hunt for earliest galaxies

Talk about turning back time. Three NASA observatories — the Hubble Space Telescope, the Chandra X-Ray Observatory and the Spitzer Space Telescope — are all working together to look for the universe’s first galaxies. The project is called “Frontier Fields” and aims to examine these galaxies through a technique called gravitational lensing, which allows astronomers to peer at more distant objects when massive objects in front bend their light.



“Our overall science goal with the Frontier Fields is to understand how the first galaxies in the universe assembled,” stated Peter Capak, a research scientist with the NASA/JPL Spitzer Science Center at the California Institute of Technology and the Spitzer lead for the Frontier Fields.
“This pursuit is made possible by how massive galaxy clusters warp space around them, kind of like when you look through the bottom of a wine glass.”
Using the three observatories allows investigators to peer at the galaxies in different light wavelengths (namely, infrared for Spitzer, shorter infrared and optical for Hubble, and X-rays for Chandra). The teams also plan to learn more about how the foreground clusters influence the “warping” of the galaxies behind.
The Hubble and Spitzer telescopes are designed to locate where the galaxies are (and if they are indeed early galaxies) while Chandra can map out the X-ray emissions to better determine the galaxies’ masses. An early example of this project at work was examination of Abell 2744, which yielded a distant find: Abell 2744 Y1, one of the earliest known galaxies, which was born about 650 million years after the Big Bang.

Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/P. Capak (Caltech)

distant-traveller:

Three NASA telescopes begin hunt for earliest galaxies

Talk about turning back time. Three NASA observatories — the Hubble Space Telescope, the Chandra X-Ray Observatory and the Spitzer Space Telescope — are all working together to look for the universe’s first galaxies. The project is called “Frontier Fields” and aims to examine these galaxies through a technique called gravitational lensing, which allows astronomers to peer at more distant objects when massive objects in front bend their light.

“Our overall science goal with the Frontier Fields is to understand how the first galaxies in the universe assembled,” stated Peter Capak, a research scientist with the NASA/JPL Spitzer Science Center at the California Institute of Technology and the Spitzer lead for the Frontier Fields.

“This pursuit is made possible by how massive galaxy clusters warp space around them, kind of like when you look through the bottom of a wine glass.”

Using the three observatories allows investigators to peer at the galaxies in different light wavelengths (namely, infrared for Spitzer, shorter infrared and optical for Hubble, and X-rays for Chandra). The teams also plan to learn more about how the foreground clusters influence the “warping” of the galaxies behind.

The Hubble and Spitzer telescopes are designed to locate where the galaxies are (and if they are indeed early galaxies) while Chandra can map out the X-ray emissions to better determine the galaxies’ masses. An early example of this project at work was examination of Abell 2744, which yielded a distant find: Abell 2744 Y1, one of the earliest known galaxies, which was born about 650 million years after the Big Bang.

Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/P. Capak (Caltech)

(Source: universetoday.com, via huckly)

moonblossom:

some-timey-wimey-stuff:

simplylivetolive:

So…. This.

truth

Not to mention all the emergency backup vampires who show up at the end of the last book. You’ve got an American revolutionary, an inexplicably paranoid brit, some gorgeous, superpowered Amazons who may also be lesbians…I seriously want stories about all of them, written by a bunch of different authors. Fuck the main characters.

moonblossom:

some-timey-wimey-stuff:

simplylivetolive:

So…. This.

truth

Not to mention all the emergency backup vampires who show up at the end of the last book. You’ve got an American revolutionary, an inexplicably paranoid brit, some gorgeous, superpowered Amazons who may also be lesbians…

I seriously want stories about all of them, written by a bunch of different authors. Fuck the main characters.

(Source: losttothefandoms, via crazypiccolist)

starshine-automaton:

my-caliginous-romance:

theboywholikesfire:

The Snow Queen.In an Alternate timeline, Elsa’s sister, Anna, did not survive the ice blast. A few years later, her parents were killed in a powerful storm.The unfortunate events that transpired hardened her heart and made her hateful. She became a ruthless queen, enveloping her entire kingdom with endless snow.

narnia

OH

starshine-automaton:

my-caliginous-romance:

theboywholikesfire:

The Snow Queen.

In an Alternate timeline, Elsa’s sister, Anna, did not survive the ice blast. A few years later, her parents were killed in a powerful storm.

The unfortunate events that transpired hardened her heart and made her hateful. She became a ruthless queen, enveloping her entire kingdom with endless snow.

narnia

OH

(via crazypiccolist)

moniquill:

Someone stuck a plunger on the back of a chicken FOR SCIENCE.How do I get that job? Why was that career path never laid out for me when I was in middle school?

moniquill:

Someone stuck a plunger on the back of a chicken FOR SCIENCE.

How do I get that job? Why was that career path never laid out for me when I was in middle school?

(Source: ForGIFs.com, via crazypiccolist)