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Disc of gas around HD 142527

This artist’s impression shows the disc of gas and cosmic dust around the young star HD 142527. Astronomers using the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) telescope have seen vast streams of gas flowing across the gap in the disc. These are the first direct observations of these streams, which are expected to be created by giant planets guzzling gas as they grow, and which are a key stage in the birth of giant planets.

Credit: ESO / Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array

Not my best work at all. I apologise to @thebeutifulsunriseofmoi for the following work - I really struggled to come up with anything decent and I hope the imagery at the end is some sort of compensation. Again, sorry that I botched up your request. :/ Hopefully it is still somewhat enjoyable. 

Prompt: Hi! So, If you are still taking request I would love to request a StevexReader! So can it be when the reader is bored and has a great idea to play Just Dance but doesn’t want to play alone so she goes and gets Steve to play with her! If you can that’ll be great!

“Just Dance”

Steve always tried to be cheery after waking up; the one thing he prided himself on was being a morning person. However the rain last night had been relentless and left him feeling exhausted the morning after. He shuffled into the main room of the Avengers Tower in the clothing he’d fallen into bed with last night. You were propped up on the sofa with a steaming mug in your hand, flitting through the pages of a book. Steve collapsed next to you.

“Good morning.” You smiled, turning another page. You were skimming the words on the paper with surprising speed.
“Good-” Steve paused. The book was small and lacking in contents on certain pages. Any words that were written were in… his handwriting.

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