1st May 2012

Photo reblogged from with 20 notes

1st May 2012

Photo reblogged from Hip Hop Hipster with 23 notes

thathiphophipster:

…when I’m in a New York state of mind…

thathiphophipster:

…when I’m in a New York state of mind…

27th April 2012

Photo reblogged from The Mad and Terrible Arkansan with 11 notes


From Astronomy Picture Of The Day; April 26, 2012:
Morning, Moon, and Mercury Stephen Mudge
Last week Mercury wandered far to the west of the Sun. As the solar system’s innermost planet neared its greatest elongation or greatest angle from the Sun (for this apparition about 27 degrees) it was joined by an old crescent Moon. The conjunction was an engaging sight for early morning risers in the southern hemisphere. There the pair rose together in predawn skies, climbing high above the horizon along a steeply inclined ecliptic plane. This well composed sequence captures the rising Moon and Mercury above the city lights of Brisbane in Queensland, Australia. A stack of digital images, it consists of an exposure made every 3 minutes beginning at 4:15 am local time on April 19. Mercury’s track is at the far right, separated from the Moon’s path by about 8 degrees.

From Astronomy Picture Of The Day; April 26, 2012:

Morning, Moon, and Mercury 
Stephen Mudge

Last week Mercury wandered far to the west of the Sun. As the solar system’s innermost planet neared its greatest elongation or greatest angle from the Sun (for this apparition about 27 degrees) it was joined by an old crescent Moon. The conjunction was an engaging sight for early morning risers in the southern hemisphere. There the pair rose together in predawn skies, climbing high above the horizon along a steeply inclined ecliptic plane. This well composed sequence captures the rising Moon and Mercury above the city lights of Brisbane in Queensland, Australia. A stack of digital images, it consists of an exposure made every 3 minutes beginning at 4:15 am local time on April 19. Mercury’s track is at the far right, separated from the Moon’s path by about 8 degrees.

27th April 2012

Photo reblogged from Science and Wonder with 18 notes

fyeahuniverse:

Sn1987a by the Herschel Space Observatory

fyeahuniverse:

Sn1987a by the Herschel Space Observatory