Episode 13: Unafraid of the Dark, Cosmos: A SpaceTime Odyssey

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vicious-desperation:

bepeu:

no one has a crush on me. i am too strong to be crushed

image

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hyen35:

OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! JAMES MCAVOY ICE BUCKET CHALLENGE DONE!!!!!!!!!!!! OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Hey! It is our basic human right to be fuck-ups.

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parmachkai:

gareth gates spirit in the sky

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rhamphotheca:

Impossibly heavy planet is the first ‘mega-Earth’
by Jacob Aron
Twice the size of Earth and with 17 times our planet’s mass, Kepler-10c is so unusual that it has been placed in a brand new class of exoplanet.
Kepler-10c was discovered in 2011 by NASA’s Kepler space telescope. The planet orbits a star that is about 560 light years away from us. It has a radius slightly more than double that of Earth’s – a size that led astronomers to assume it was a shrunken version of gassy planet Neptune, which is four times larger than Earth.
Now Xavier Dumusque of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and his colleagues have used the HARPS-N telescope in the Canary Islands to pin down Kepler-10c’s mass. They found it is actually 17 times as heavy as Earth: more or less the same mass as Neptune. But because Kepler-10c is much smaller then Neptune, it must be an incredibly dense, rocky world, the like of which has never been seen before…
(read more: New Scientist)
illustration by David A. Aguilar/CFA

rhamphotheca:

Impossibly heavy planet is the first ‘mega-Earth’

by Jacob Aron

Twice the size of Earth and with 17 times our planet’s mass, Kepler-10c is so unusual that it has been placed in a brand new class of exoplanet.

Kepler-10c was discovered in 2011 by NASA’s Kepler space telescope. The planet orbits a star that is about 560 light years away from us. It has a radius slightly more than double that of Earth’s – a size that led astronomers to assume it was a shrunken version of gassy planet Neptune, which is four times larger than Earth.

Now Xavier Dumusque of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and his colleagues have used the HARPS-N telescope in the Canary Islands to pin down Kepler-10c’s mass. They found it is actually 17 times as heavy as Earth: more or less the same mass as Neptune. But because Kepler-10c is much smaller then Neptune, it must be an incredibly dense, rocky world, the like of which has never been seen before…

(read more: New Scientist)

illustration by David A. Aguilar/CFA

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"What is up with Giving Tree here?”

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buzzfeed:

Cartoon characters’ first appearances versus most recent appearances.

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knuckleshark:

yugichrist:

now THAT’S a meme……simply exquisite!

This is an excellent vintage meme. The mixture really brings out the best of both components.
A 2007 I’d imagine. What makes this meme especially fascinating is the textwork. This was made during the short length of time between memes not yet having their defined outlined-Impact text. The Impact has obviously been included, but still uses the one-toned coloring that would be commonly seen with a variety of fonts.
I imagine this would usually be used behind the “spoiler image” feature, making the best of its abilities. Truly an intriguing meme.

knuckleshark:

yugichrist:

now THAT’S a meme……simply exquisite!

This is an excellent vintage meme. The mixture really brings out the best of both components.

A 2007 I’d imagine. What makes this meme especially fascinating is the textwork. This was made during the short length of time between memes not yet having their defined outlined-Impact text. The Impact has obviously been included, but still uses the one-toned coloring that would be commonly seen with a variety of fonts.

I imagine this would usually be used behind the “spoiler image” feature, making the best of its abilities. Truly an intriguing meme.

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enlargers:

"can i ask you something?" my immediate reply says “go for it" but my mind has already gone through the seven stages of grief

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awkwardvagina:

eggplantpocky:

awkwardvagina:

Z is just a sideways N

pls stop it

Zo

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brendon-urie-the-raging-homo:

yrmaw:

harrysgettinhead:

british people are so fucking cute

they called christmas lights ‘fairy lights’

they called sweaters ‘jumpers’

sneakers are ‘trainers’

they say ‘you alright/you ok’ instead of ‘how are you’

i quit

fuck off you condescending twat

Most British sentence I’ve ever heard

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