Looking Up To The Cosmos
maintaining a connection with the cosmos and the stars and seeing as much as we are being allowed to see
2 L of Gin or Vodka. 9 L of Tonic Water. 3-4 Bottles of Roses Mojito Passion, OR 3-4 Canisters of Pink-Lemonade Concentrate Ice. INSTRUCTIONS: Mix all ingredients together shortly before the party begins. Add ice as late as possible before drinking. Colors come to life under a black light! Just drinking some universe, no biggie. @Sarah S., this is our next get together!
Japanese astronomers on Hawaii say they have found a galaxy 12.91bn light years away
A Rapper Finds His Muse in the Stars - GZA and Neil deGrasse Tyson
Mars One claims that a new crew of four will join every two years as the explorers build their settlement, and that by 2033 there will be 20 people living on Mars
Evaporating Blobs of the Carina Nebula (Apr 23 2012) Image Credit: ESA/Hubble, NASA No, they are not alive -- but they are dying. The unusual blobs found in the Carina nebula, some of which are seen floating on the upper right, might best be described as evaporating. Energetic light and winds from nearby stars are breaking apart the dark dust grains that make the iconic forms opaque. Ironically the blobs, otherwise known as dark molecular clouds (...) #astronomy
Evaporating Blobs of the Carina Nebula via @NASA
A Most Peculiar Sunset via @NPR
A Fox Fur, a Unicorn, and a Christmas Tree Nebula. A star forming region cataloged as NGC 2264, the complex jumble of cosmic gas and dust is about 2,700 light-years distant and mixes reddish emission nebulae excited by energetic light from newborn stars with dark interstellar dust clouds. Where the otherwise obscuring dust clouds lie close to the hot, young stars they also reflect starlight, forming blue reflection nebulae.
the constellation of the unicorn
NASA's WISE Mission Sees Skies Ablaze With Blazars
Did @NASA cover up mysterious 'orbs' that flew past shuttle mission? NASA video shows unknown objects 'buzzing' Shuttle Atlantis
This observation highlights terrain that looks like an elephant. This is a good example of the phenomena "pareidolia," where we see things (such as animals) that aren't really there. Actually, this image covers the margin of a lava flow in Elysium Planitia, the youngest flood-lava province on Mars. Flood lavas cover extensive areas, and were once thought to be emplaced extremely rapidly, like a flood of water. Credit: NASA/JPL
Of Elephants and Floods of Lava on Mars
Blue Straggler Stars in Globular Cluster M53 via @NASA