Had a bit of curiosity about the naming practice for @truthisademurelady and @birdthatlookslikeastick‘s son, currently known in the Tumble-verse as “Mini  Spawn.”

When young Master Spawn grows, will he leave the “Mini” behind him?  Will he remain the Mini Spawn and start driving a Cooper?  Will he become the Spawn formerly known as Mini?

Yes, these are things I wonder.  They are silly things.  I never said I wasn’t silly.

FUN FACT: Humans have explored less than 5% of the ocean… 

How much of you is left to explore?

Close-up photo of Pluto’s icy surface terrain taken by the New Horizons spacecraft. This high-resolution color photo is one of the sharpest and closest pictures of Pluto obtained by New Horizons during it’s recent flyby.

View the awesome fullsize mosaic here
For more info on how this mosaic was assembled, here’s the source article.



Just over 3 years ago (by planet Earth’s calendar) the Curiosity Mars Rover landed on the Martian surface. The rover has treated us to the most incredible and surreal surface images of the alien world. Here you can see the path of the rover’s wheels as it crosses over a dune. 

The top image is recorded under Martian lighting conditions while the bottom features a white balanced version of the Martian surface if it was under the light of Earth’s sky.

(Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS)