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X-Men: Days of Future Past by Notch * (UGH my gosh i could cry Ahhhhh! so exited for the movie why not noooooowww)

Michael Fassbender Ian McKellen’s Magneto Highlighted In Spectacular Illustrated ‘X-Men: Days Of Future Past’ Poster.

found on GeekoSystem: an annotated X-Men Family Tree... but even though I've read a lot of Marvel comics, this is still a bit confusing

Here's another comic book super hero family tree from Graphic Designer Joe Stone, the Avengers Family Tree. He also did the X-Men Family tree and the Fan

Nebula

the cosmic ice sculptures of the Carina Nebula via Hubblesite. The visible space is big, complex and can be incredibly beautiful. from 9 Incredible Photos of our Universe Nebula

The Nebula Messier 78 is a reflection nebula in the constellation Orion and M78 is the brightest diffuse reflection nebula of a group of nebulae.

The gorgeous Nebula Messier 78 is a reflection nebula in the constellation Orion and is the brightest diffuse reflection nebula of a group of nebulae.

This May 2015 image from the HiRISE camera on NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter shows a crater with dune formation located in a region on Mars called Acidalia Planitia. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Univ. of Arizona

This May 2015 image from the HiRISE camera on NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter shows a crater with dune formation located in a region on Mars called Acidalia Planitia. of Arizona

The Ring Nebula

the Ring Nebula, light-years from Earth in the constellation Lyra. The central star, which ran out of hydrogen about years ago and is now becoming a white dwarf, is 200 times brighter than the sun.

Quasar- this is a black hole that is the brightest object in the universe and is thousands of times brighter than the stars in a galaxy combined! Light is shot out of either end in extremely long distances. The light we see coming from these today is very old meaning there are no quasars recently. They are all from far away but a new one can appear at any moment

Quasar- a black hole, brightest object in the universe, thousands of times brighter than the stars in a galaxy combined! Light is shot out of either end to extremely long distances. Light visible today is very old