Astronomers discover powerful aurora beyond solar system

Washington DC (SPX) Jul 30, 2015
Astronomers have discovered the first aurora ever seen in an object beyond our Solar System. The aurora - similar to the famous “Northern Lights” on Earth - is 10,000 times more powerful than any previously seen. They found the aurora not from a planet, but from a low-mass star at the boundary between stars and brown dwarfs. The discovery reveals a major difference between the magnetic a
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Chicago May 8, 1980 by Larry Irvin
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View from Sears Tower

Top: Looking north from Sears Tower. At the top of the photo, construction has begun on the new Tribune printing facility. Lower left, just in front of the green and yellow C&NW commuter cars, is the sweet smelling Blommer Chocolate Co.

Middle and Bottom: Looking down on the leads into C&NW Terminal.

✦Important blog update✦

I will now post preview posts that link to comic updates on the new website HERE! This is so I can

  • give trigger warnings accordingly and efficiently instead of inconsistent tags
  • have a more appealing host for the comic
  • make posts shorter so they don’t clog up your dash and/or are easier to reblog

I will also do renovations on this blog’s theme and posts so that posts will be easier to read and find instead of the webcomic format. I’ll also be able to answer asks openly and accept art relating to the comic!

Updates will now look like this:


✴Newest update HERE! | New readers click HERE!✴

Reblogs are always appreciated, especially since they help new readers find the comic. Thanks!