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“I could introduce myself properly, but it’s not really necessary. You will know me well enough and soon enough,
depending on a diverse range of variables. It suffices to say that at some point in time, I will be standing over you, as genuinely as possible.”
Markus Zusak, The Book Thief

PNW | MSC/MDNSS | XO | SKTCHBK
astronomicalwonders:

The Dolphin Nebula (Barnard 252)
Located among the incredibly dense star fields of Scorpius lies a beautiful little dark nebula; Barnard 252. There appears to exist very little, if any, information about this striking absorbing cloud, and it has no popular name. Some think it bears a strong resemblance to a jumping dolphin so they call it The Dolphin Nebula.  This interstellar cloud is sufficiently dense to completely block the light from thousands of background stars in the direction towards our galactic centre. These clouds are full of tiny dust particles, each less than a micrometre in size. Optical wavelengths are easily absorbed by this dust and therefore the nebulae appear dark against any background light. However, radio and infrared wavelengths can penetrate the clouds and allow a peek inside where star formation often occurs. Credits: Taken from Rolf’s observatory in Auckland, New Zealand/From Rolf Olson Astrophotography 

uhm i want to swim in dis

astronomicalwonders:

The Dolphin Nebula (Barnard 252)

Located among the incredibly dense star fields of Scorpius lies a beautiful little dark nebula; Barnard 252. There appears to exist very little, if any, information about this striking absorbing cloud, and it has no popular name. Some think it bears a strong resemblance to a jumping dolphin so they call it The Dolphin Nebula.

This interstellar cloud is sufficiently dense to completely block the light from thousands of background stars in the direction towards our galactic centre. These clouds are full of tiny dust particles, each less than a micrometre in size. Optical wavelengths are easily absorbed by this dust and therefore the nebulae appear dark against any background light. However, radio and infrared wavelengths can penetrate the clouds and allow a peek inside where star formation often occurs.

Credits: Taken from Rolf’s observatory in Auckland, New Zealand/From Rolf Olson Astrophotography

uhm i want to swim in dis

(via liliththeenderborn)

uponsorrowfuleyes:

padfoot-padewan:

nataliesama:

bagmilk:

karkatstuck:

tangarang:

fullmetalbukkake:

lafix:

A very bizarre bird was photographed in Venezuela recently. Meet the Potoo, which is rarely seen in daylight. - Imgur
NOPE

what the fuck is that

that looks like a god damn nightmare

and this is sound it makes

MOOOOOM

are you fucking kidding me it sounds like a 18 year old boy complaining to his mother because she cut off the wifi

IM SOBBING

So cute!!!

MY FAVE BIRD

uponsorrowfuleyes:

padfoot-padewan:

nataliesama:

bagmilk:

karkatstuck:

tangarang:

fullmetalbukkake:

lafix:

A very bizarre bird was photographed in Venezuela recently. Meet the Potoo, which is rarely seen in daylight. - Imgur

NOPE

what the fuck is that

that looks like a god damn nightmare

and this is sound it makes

MOOOOOM

are you fucking kidding me it sounds like a 18 year old boy complaining to his mother because she cut off the wifi

IM SOBBING

So cute!!!

MY FAVE BIRD

(via liliththeenderborn)