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“Coming back home” hometown series

Even if internet isn’t the best, even if sometimes the phone doesn’t work, I still love this tiny tiny town~~

Painted on PS [2017-07]

Have a beautiful day !!!

Star Cluster R136 Bursts Out : In the center of star-forming region 30 Doradus lies a huge cluster containing some of the largest, hottest, and most massive stars known. These stars, known collectively as star cluster R136, were captured in the featured image in visible light by the Wide Field Camera 3 in 2009 peering through the Hubble Space Telescope. Gas and dust clouds in 30 Doradus, also known as the Tarantula Nebula, have been sculpted into elongated shapes by powerful winds and ultraviolet radiation from these hot cluster stars. The 30 Doradus Nebula lies within a neighboring galaxy known as the Large Magellanic Cloud and is located a mere 170,000 light-years away. via NASA

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When my straight white friend brings up Fifty Shades Darker so I tune her out and go to my happy wlw place I like to call...

51 wlw ships I’d rather binge watch instead of going to see that movie Lol 

Protecting the kids!!


This is supposed to be a small comic, but things happened. College and stuff. But I would love to turn this into a small comic.

Here instead babysitting got into a trouble. This scene, someone’s minions appear to get something from them.

TH!Goth and TH!Palette belongs to me

Goth belong to @nekophy

Palette belong to @angexci

dybrien  asked:

What are the most important skills an astronaut should have m?

First of all, the basic requirement is a bachelor’s degree in a STEM field, and 3 years of experience (which can also be substituted for by an advanced degree). Other than that, operational experience (things with a technical/active/hands on nature like flying airplanes, SCUBA diving, taking things apart and putting them back together, basic fix-it skills, etc. etc.) is very important, as this is an integral aspect of every day of a space mission.  What we call “expeditionary skills” are also essential, basically the types of things you try to instill in your children, like how to play nicely with others, self care, team care, etc.  I like to think about this on the lines of a camping trip and who you would like to have along with you …someone that is competent and can take good care of themselves and their equipment, someone that contributes to the team and helps with group tasks, someone that is good natured and pleasant to be around, etc., someone fun!  These things are increasingly important now that we are regularly doing long duration missions (typical International Space Station mission is 6 months).  Experience living in extreme/remote/isolated environments with small teams is also useful, as it is similar to what we experience as astronauts.     

Noel Fielding as white blood cell does some green screen action whilst Julian Barratt gives naked encouragement. Journey to centre of the punk ep.

please do not remove: photo credit - Dave Brown {x