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adventuresinchemistry:

I know this is horrifically late, but I made one of these for the science side of tumblr!

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definitelydope:

Fog in the Financial District 
By Tyler Hayward

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gunjap:

GS 1/72 RX-104FF Penelope: Painted Build Full LEDs. Full PHOTOREVIEW No.63 Hi Res Imageshttp://www.gunjap.net/site/?p=202984

gunjap:

GS 1/72 RX-104FF Penelope: Painted Build Full LEDs. Full PHOTOREVIEW No.63 Hi Res Images
http://www.gunjap.net/site/?p=202984

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astronomicalwonders:

Spiral Galaxy NGC 1232
This spectacular image of the large spiral galaxy NGC 1232 was obtained on September 21, 1998, during a period of good observing conditions at the European Southern Observatory. The colors of the different regions are well visible : the central areas contain older stars of reddish color, while the spiral arms are populated by young, blue stars and many star-forming regions. Note the distorted companion galaxy on the top side, shaped like the greek letter “theta”.
NGC 1232 is located 20º south of the celestial equator, in the constellation Eridanus (The River). The distance is about 100 million light-years, but the excellent optical quality of the VLT and FORS allows us to see an incredible wealth of details. At the indicated distance, the edge of the field shown corresponds to about 200,000 light-years, or about twice the size of the Milky Way galaxy.
Credit: ESO/VLT

astronomicalwonders:

Spiral Galaxy NGC 1232

This spectacular image of the large spiral galaxy NGC 1232 was obtained on September 21, 1998, during a period of good observing conditions at the European Southern Observatory. The colors of the different regions are well visible : the central areas contain older stars of reddish color, while the spiral arms are populated by young, blue stars and many star-forming regions. Note the distorted companion galaxy on the top side, shaped like the greek letter “theta”.

NGC 1232 is located 20º south of the celestial equator, in the constellation Eridanus (The River). The distance is about 100 million light-years, but the excellent optical quality of the VLT and FORS allows us to see an incredible wealth of details. At the indicated distance, the edge of the field shown corresponds to about 200,000 light-years, or about twice the size of the Milky Way galaxy.

Credit: ESO/VLT

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