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50 Surreal Night Sky Images Of Every State In The USA

Photograph Around the Night by Marc Adamus on 500px Santa Ynez, California

from The Telegraph

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Bjorn says: "Green auroras are by far the most common, but they can sometimes show up in purple and deep red, depending on what type of gas the solar wind particles hit in the atmosphere"

from ThisIsWhyImBroke

Galaxy Bath Bomb

Make bath time go from ordinary to out of this world by sinking this galaxy bath bomb into lukewarm water. Shaped like the planet Saturn, the bath bomb features an intoxicating blackcurrant candy scent and is made using real popping candies to enhance the fizz.

Titan (the largest of Saturn's moons) is currently the only other world besides Earth known to have stable bodies of liquid on its surface, but unlike Earth, Titan’s lakes aren’t filled with water — instead they’re full of liquid methane and ethane, organic compounds which are gases on Earth but liquids in Titan’s incredibly chilly -290º F (-180º C) environment. - Credit: (NASA/JPL-Caltech/SSI)

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Top 10 Most Zen Places That Will Relax Your Mind

Given our fast paced lifestyle that causes so much stress, we all get to a point when all we need is to break away from everything and go to some relaxing place to rest our bodies and minds. How often does this happens to you? Quite frequent, I'd assume.  Being in a 'zen' mood doesn't always require solid Buddhist skills. This places I have chosen for you in the photos below will definitely chill you out, at least for a while. Enjoy! Beira Litoral, Portugal Photo credit to samyroad.com…

from io9

10 Moons Every Person Should Know

Europa, moon of Jupiter, Galileo Galilei 1610. Slightly smaller than our moon. Striking dark lines criss-cross the surface, believed by many scientists to be caused by eruptions of warm ice as the crust splits open. Scientists believe there may be a salty liquid ocean beneath a 62 ml thick ice crust.