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814stops:

2014

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ibuildpixels:

More Minecraft builds by Notux!

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lordoftheinternet:

that sounds like responsibility and i want no part in it

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gravitationalbeauty:

Milky Way Rising by Leif Harfst

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Dammmmm bruhhhh 😍

storyofabro:

Dammmmm bruhhhh 😍

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spaceplasma:

Merope’s Reflection Nebula 
Reflection nebulae reflect light from a nearby star. Many small carbon grains in the nebula reflect the light. The blue color typical of reflection nebula is caused by blue light being more efficiently scattered by the carbon dust than red light. The brightness of the nebula is determined by the size and density of the reflecting grains, and by the color and brightness of the neighboring star(s). NGC 1435, pictured above, surrounds Merope (23 Tau), one of the brightest stars in the Pleiades (M45). The Pleiades nebulosity is caused by a chance encounter between an open cluster of stars and a molecular cloud.
Credit & Copyright:  Leonardo Orazi

spaceplasma:

Merope’s Reflection Nebula

Reflection nebulae reflect light from a nearby star. Many small carbon grains in the nebula reflect the light. The blue color typical of reflection nebula is caused by blue light being more efficiently scattered by the carbon dust than red light. The brightness of the nebula is determined by the size and density of the reflecting grains, and by the color and brightness of the neighboring star(s). NGC 1435, pictured above, surrounds Merope (23 Tau), one of the brightest stars in the Pleiades (M45). The Pleiades nebulosity is caused by a chance encounter between an open cluster of stars and a molecular cloud.

Credit & Copyright: Leonardo Orazi

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