wasbella102:

Ehinger Kraftrad’s 1940 Big Flatty
elkcunk001:

wasbella102:

Ehinger Kraftrad’s 1940 Big Flatty

elkcunk001:

The winters are hard, but the Starks will endure. We always have

(Source: persephoine, via aryastarks)

I am going to die surrounded by the biggest idiots in the galaxy.

(Source: iamnevertheone, via robbstarks)

the0notesking:

nawyougood:

sizvideos:

Video

he is a got damn bat and i find that to be amazing. DONT LET NOTHING STOP YOU MY NIGGA KEEP DOIN WHAT YOU DOIN!!!

Real life daredevil

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Directed by Christopher Nolan

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the-actual-universe:

In the constellation of Perseus, a young star is making its debut. Seen in the upper middle of the frame, SSTC2D J033038.2+303212 appears to be shedding a dark jet of material. This jet is actually a bright cloud of matter that swirls around the star as it forms, but because it faces us edge-on, we see only a dim glow behind the dark band of dust. 
Below the infant star, the reflection nebula known as [B77] 63 almost appears to be vacuuming up the star’s dark plume. The smoky-looking wisp is actually another nebula known as Dobashi 4173, which is made of dense, dark materials that obscure the light behind it. 
The interplay of these deep-space objects creates an eerie tableau of darkness and light, and shows the complex beauty that arises when cosmic phenomena come together.
-RLO
Image: ESA/Hubble and NASA
Read more: 1, 2

the-actual-universe:

In the constellation of Perseus, a young star is making its debut. Seen in the upper middle of the frame, SSTC2D J033038.2+303212 appears to be shedding a dark jet of material. This jet is actually a bright cloud of matter that swirls around the star as it forms, but because it faces us edge-on, we see only a dim glow behind the dark band of dust. 

Below the infant star, the reflection nebula known as [B77] 63 almost appears to be vacuuming up the star’s dark plume. The smoky-looking wisp is actually another nebula known as Dobashi 4173, which is made of dense, dark materials that obscure the light behind it. 

The interplay of these deep-space objects creates an eerie tableau of darkness and light, and shows the complex beauty that arises when cosmic phenomena come together.

-RLO

Image: ESA/Hubble and NASA

Read more: 1, 2

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