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35 minutes ago on September 30th, 2014 | J | 4,935 notes
too lazy to use newspaper

too lazy to use newspaper

47 minutes ago on September 30th, 2014 | J | 40 notes
woke up to a sky on fire

woke up to a sky on fire

47 minutes ago on September 30th, 2014 | J | 68 notes

mugglebornheadcanon:

691. A fifth year charms a really large rug to fly, and takes their girlfriend/boyfriend on it for a date. You could hear them singing “A Whole New World” from anywhere in the castle.

1 hour ago on September 30th, 2014 | J | 2,292 notes
phoenix-warrior:

faerybites:

☾☆

*~All Magic Comes With a Price~*

phoenix-warrior:

faerybites:

☾☆

*~All Magic Comes With a Price~*

2 hours ago on September 30th, 2014 | J | 11,269 notes
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amydoesthings:

pleatedjeans:

via

I’m literally crying with laughter over this

HIS LITTLE DANCE AT THE END IS SO WORTH IT

fussyfangss:

amydoesthings:

pleatedjeans:

via

I’m literally crying with laughter over this

HIS LITTLE DANCE AT THE END IS SO WORTH IT

2 hours ago on September 30th, 2014 | J | 326,275 notes
thenewenlightenmentage:

Hubble Finds an Hourglass Nebula around a Dying Star
This is an image of MyCn18, a young planetary nebula located about 8,000 light-years away, taken with the Wide Field and Planetary Camera 2 (WFPC2) aboard NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope (HST). This Hubble image reveals the true shape of MyCn18 to be an hourglass with an intricate pattern of “etchings” in its walls. This picture has been composed from three separate images taken in the light of ionized nitrogen (represented by red), hydrogen (green), and doubly-ionized oxygen (blue). The results are of great interest because they shed new light on the poorly understood ejection of stellar matter which accompanies the slow death of Sun-like stars. In previous ground-based images, MyCn18 appears to be a pair of large outer rings with a smaller central one, but the fine details cannot be seen.
According to one theory for the formation of planetary nebulae, the hourglass shape is produced by the expansion of a fast stellar wind within a slowly expanding cloud which is more dense near its equator than near its poles. What appears as a bright elliptical ring in the center, and at first sight might be mistaken for an equatorially dense region, is seen on closer inspection to be a potato shaped structure with a symmetry axis dramatically different from that of the larger hourglass. The hot star which has been thought to eject and illuminate the nebula, and therefore expected to lie at its center of symmetry, is clearly off center. Hence MyCn18, as revealed by Hubble, does not fulfill some crucial theoretical expectations.
Hubble has also revealed other features in MyCn18 which are completely new and unexpected. For example, there is a pair of intersecting elliptical rings in the central region which appear to be the rims of a smaller hourglass. There are the intricate patterns of the etchings on the hourglass walls. The arc-like etchings could be the remnants of discrete shells ejected from the star when it was younger (e.g. as seen in the Egg Nebula), flow instabilities, or could result from the action of a narrow beam of matter impinging on the hourglass walls. An unseen companion star and accompanying gravitational effects may well be necessary in order to explain the structure of MyCn18.
Ragvhendra Sahai of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, Calif., is the principal investigator of the team who made these observations.
Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA)

thenewenlightenmentage:

Hubble Finds an Hourglass Nebula around a Dying Star

This is an image of MyCn18, a young planetary nebula located about 8,000 light-years away, taken with the Wide Field and Planetary Camera 2 (WFPC2) aboard NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope (HST). This Hubble image reveals the true shape of MyCn18 to be an hourglass with an intricate pattern of “etchings” in its walls. This picture has been composed from three separate images taken in the light of ionized nitrogen (represented by red), hydrogen (green), and doubly-ionized oxygen (blue). The results are of great interest because they shed new light on the poorly understood ejection of stellar matter which accompanies the slow death of Sun-like stars. In previous ground-based images, MyCn18 appears to be a pair of large outer rings with a smaller central one, but the fine details cannot be seen.

According to one theory for the formation of planetary nebulae, the hourglass shape is produced by the expansion of a fast stellar wind within a slowly expanding cloud which is more dense near its equator than near its poles. What appears as a bright elliptical ring in the center, and at first sight might be mistaken for an equatorially dense region, is seen on closer inspection to be a potato shaped structure with a symmetry axis dramatically different from that of the larger hourglass. The hot star which has been thought to eject and illuminate the nebula, and therefore expected to lie at its center of symmetry, is clearly off center. Hence MyCn18, as revealed by Hubble, does not fulfill some crucial theoretical expectations.

Hubble has also revealed other features in MyCn18 which are completely new and unexpected. For example, there is a pair of intersecting elliptical rings in the central region which appear to be the rims of a smaller hourglass. There are the intricate patterns of the etchings on the hourglass walls. The arc-like etchings could be the remnants of discrete shells ejected from the star when it was younger (e.g. as seen in the Egg Nebula), flow instabilities, or could result from the action of a narrow beam of matter impinging on the hourglass walls. An unseen companion star and accompanying gravitational effects may well be necessary in order to explain the structure of MyCn18.

Ragvhendra Sahai of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, Calif., is the principal investigator of the team who made these observations.

Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA)

3 hours ago on September 30th, 2014 | J | 235 notes
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Shailene Woodley photographed by Thomas Whiteside for Elle Magazine, Nov. 2013

Damn

MOM

omfg

Damyu

i saw this in the salon, she’s to be one of 2014’s It girls

forever reblog

my queen

SHAI IS QUEEN

indically:

intextual:

strhange:

ivour:

coubrah:

kosmho:

cheekhy:

defianse:

Shailene Woodley photographed by Thomas Whiteside for Elle Magazine, Nov. 2013

Damn

MOM

omfg

Damyu

i saw this in the salon, she’s to be one of 2014’s It girls

forever reblog

my queen

SHAI IS QUEEN

4 hours ago on September 30th, 2014 | J | 249,508 notes
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blackrosewicth:

YOU DONT KNOW HOW LONG I’VE BEEN WAITING FOR THIS

5 hours ago on September 30th, 2014 | J | 361,424 notes