The Echo of the Universe
keplereleven:

scienceisbeauty:

No further explanation needed, I hope.
Via Facebook (Trust Me, I’m an “Engineer”)

Well played, Newton..

keplereleven:

scienceisbeauty:

No further explanation needed, I hope.

Via Facebook (Trust Me, I’m an “Engineer”)

Well played, Newton..

inothernews:

SUNPRANCE   An analemma is that figure-8 curve that you get when you mark the position of the Sun at the same time each day throughout planet Earth’s year. In this case, 17 individual images taken between April 2 and September 16 follow half the analemma curve, looking east toward the rising sun and the Caspian sea from the boardwalk in the port city of Baku, Azerbaijan. And a bonus: the small black dot on the Sun’s disk near the top of the frame is a cameo by Venus, during the planet’s transit on June 6. (Photo: Tunç Tezel / TWAN via NASA APOD)

inothernews:

SUNPRANCE   An analemma is that figure-8 curve that you get when you mark the position of the Sun at the same time each day throughout planet Earth’s year. In this case, 17 individual images taken between April 2 and September 16 follow half the analemma curve, looking east toward the rising sun and the Caspian sea from the boardwalk in the port city of Baku, Azerbaijan. And a bonus: the small black dot on the Sun’s disk near the top of the frame is a cameo by Venus, during the planet’s transit on June 6. (Photo: Tunç Tezel / TWAN via NASA APOD)

sciencesoup:

Amazing astrophotography by Phil Hart

Do you ever stand alone out in the darkness? Have you ever felt the rest of the world drain away—all your worries and commitments and fears—and then suddenly it’s just you and the stars, face to face in the culmination of this cosmic accident of existence? And as you drink in the vast darkness and the light of far-off suns, as you realise that you are the eyes of the universe wondering at itself, you’re filled with this dizzying, soul-gripping sense of awe, because—holy shit, space.

sciencesoup:

Amazing astrophotography by Phil Hart

Do you ever stand alone out in the darkness? Have you ever felt the rest of the world drain away—all your worries and commitments and fears—and then suddenly it’s just you and the stars, face to face in the culmination of this cosmic accident of existence? And as you drink in the vast darkness and the light of far-off suns, as you realise that you are the eyes of the universe wondering at itself, you’re filled with this dizzying, soul-gripping sense of awe, because—holy shit, space.

le-sojorner:

Norway inspiration.

le-sojorner:

Bathroom to die for.

le-sojorner:

Bathroom to die for.

oxymoronical:

The premonition (by y2-hiro)

oxymoronical:

The premonition (by y2-hiro)

sadsundaynights:

Shining (by Andreas Vögele)
blinkanditsover:

US astronaut Neil Armstrong, the first man on the Moon, has died at the age of 82.
He set foot on the Moon on 20 July 1969, famously describing the event as “one small step for [a] man, one giant leap for mankind”.
He was the commander of the Apollo 11 spacecraft. He and fellow astronaut Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin spent nearly three hours walking on the moon.

blinkanditsover:

US astronaut Neil Armstrong, the first man on the Moon, has died at the age of 82.

He set foot on the Moon on 20 July 1969, famously describing the event as “one small step for [a] man, one giant leap for mankind”.

He was the commander of the Apollo 11 spacecraft. He and fellow astronaut Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin spent nearly three hours walking on the moon.