Hattertown
spaceexp:

April 16th’s Spotty Sun - Full Disc Source: CKemu

spaceexp:

April 16th’s Spotty Sun - Full Disc

Source: CKemu

"I think what True Detective keeps telling you, over and over again, is that everything’s a story. Who you tell yourself you are, what you tell yourself what the world is, an investigation, a religion, a nihilistic point of view – these are all stories you tell yourself. You need to be careful what stories you tell yourself."
-Nic Pizzolatto

lookatthesefuckinstars:

BLOOD MOON, 2014.

(top photo was found on imgur, let me know if you know the proper source information. bottom photo courtesy of Mt. Lemmon SkyCenter)

red-lipstick:

Geoff Dyer (b. 1947, Hobart, Tasmania) - Lake Repulse, Fires 2    Paintings: Oil on Linen

red-lipstick:

Geoff Dyer (b. 1947, Hobart, Tasmania) - Lake Repulse, Fires 2    Paintings: Oil on Linen

pennyfornasa:

Astronomers Find First Earth-Sized Planet That Could Support Life!
NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope has discovered the first Earth-sized planet in the habitable zone of another star. The habitable zone is the region around a star in which planets are capable of supporting liquid water at their surface. This region is sometimes referred to as the Goldilocks zone because it defines the area where the conditions are not too hot or too cold, but “just right” for planets to support water on the surface. The discovery Kepler-186f confirms that planets of Earth’s size exist in the habitable zone of stars other than our Sun. It also marks a significant step forward in finding other planets similar to our own.
Read more about the exciting discovery of Kepler-186f here: http://www.nasa.gov/ames/kepler/nasas-kepler-discovers-first-earth-size-planet-in-the-habitable-zone-of-another-star/index.html#.U1BDx6ZLtFt

pennyfornasa:

Astronomers Find First Earth-Sized Planet That Could Support Life!

NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope has discovered the first Earth-sized planet in the habitable zone of another star. The habitable zone is the region around a star in which planets are capable of supporting liquid water at their surface. This region is sometimes referred to as the Goldilocks zone because it defines the area where the conditions are not too hot or too cold, but “just right” for planets to support water on the surface. The discovery Kepler-186f confirms that planets of Earth’s size exist in the habitable zone of stars other than our Sun. It also marks a significant step forward in finding other planets similar to our own.

Read more about the exciting discovery of Kepler-186f here: http://www.nasa.gov/ames/kepler/nasas-kepler-discovers-first-earth-size-planet-in-the-habitable-zone-of-another-star/index.html#.U1BDx6ZLtFt

It’s worth noting that books are among the few remaining forms of entertainment not sustained by, and meant to further, the interests of advertising. Television, newspapers, films and magazines, are busily instilling us with new desires and previously unsuspected needs, while books sell us only themselves. Moreover, the time we spend reading is time spent away from media that have a greater chance of alchemically transmuting attention into money.
Francine Prose (via vulgartrader)
I really appreciate that she actually considers these questions.

I really appreciate that she actually considers these questions.

Do not consider poverty a humiliation nor wealth an honor. Poverty tests your patience. Wealth tests your gratefulness.
Quran 89:15–16  (Via Sidi Musa Furber)

Cityscapes Jeremy Mann