Photo 9 Apr 866 notes wolfnmoon:

 NGC 2023, The Horsehead Nebula

wolfnmoon:

 NGC 2023, The Horsehead Nebula

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Photo 9 Apr 24 notes pirobikes:

(Pinkbike’s 50 Most Viewed Photos of 2013 - Pinkbikeから)
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Photo 9 Apr 159 notes bisikleta:

Phil in Black (by mobius cycle)

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Phil in Black (by mobius cycle)

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Photo 9 Apr 2,153 notes kenobi-wan-obi:

The Brown Ghoul: vdB 141


  vdB 141 is a reflection nebula located in the constellation Cepheus.
  
  Sometimes referred to as the ghost nebula, its awkward name is its catalog number in Sidney van den Bergh’s catalog of reflection nebulae, published in 1966.
  
  Several stars are embedded in the nebula. Their light gives it a ghoulish brown color.

kenobi-wan-obi:

The Brown Ghoul: vdB 141

vdB 141 is a reflection nebula located in the constellation Cepheus.

Sometimes referred to as the ghost nebula, its awkward name is its catalog number in Sidney van den Bergh’s catalog of reflection nebulae, published in 1966.

Several stars are embedded in the nebula. Their light gives it a ghoulish brown color.

via Scinerds.
Photo 9 Apr 117 notes aces5050:

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Photo 9 Apr 300 notes fuckyeah-stars:

Remember, tonight (April 8th) is the best nice to catch Mars glowing brightly! It’ll be approximately at its closest distance to Earth, so it’ll look bigger too. It glows red, and will be visible in the constellation Virgo. Hike up a hill, go to the beach, escape the hazy pollution as best you can to get a good view of this astronomical event :) Happy stargazing! [image source]
(Mars will be almost directly opposite the sun, with the Earth in the middle, in a process known as opposition. Mars opposition happens once every two years, and it previously occurred on March 3, 2012. The planet will be incredibly bright on Tuesday, which makes for a perfect star-gazing event.)

fuckyeah-stars:

Remember, tonight (April 8th) is the best nice to catch Mars glowing brightly! It’ll be approximately at its closest distance to Earth, so it’ll look bigger too. It glows red, and will be visible in the constellation Virgo. Hike up a hill, go to the beach, escape the hazy pollution as best you can to get a good view of this astronomical event :) Happy stargazing! [image source]

(Mars will be almost directly opposite the sun, with the Earth in the middle, in a process known as opposition. Mars opposition happens once every two years, and it previously occurred on March 3, 2012. The planet will be incredibly bright on Tuesday, which makes for a perfect star-gazing event.)

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mulerone:

Hulk is tired of your shit

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Photo 9 Apr 90 notes bisikleta:

Red (by mobius cycle)
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