galaxy stage

A picture I did of Synyster Gates’ guitar, based kinda on the stage album cover. done using fineliner, inks, gel pen and charcoal, Hope you like it, a friend gave it to him at a meet and greet and he seemed to appreciate it, so all is good ~ Kit x

“Life wouldn’t be so precious dear, if it didn’t have an end…” A7X Acid Rain

Boss: Rez

Attack Style: Rez gathers planets from across different galaxies, planes, and alternate universes. If provoked to attack, Rez will crush planets in his jaws until he destroys a world where the player has once existed. If the player’s parallel planet is destroyed, they will immediately fade from existence - so it’s a race against the clock to chip away at Rez’s HP before he finds one of your planets.

Speed: Slow
Range: Far
Hits: Heavy


☁️ ariana & justin backgrounds ☁️

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ps omg they’re hot af i cant get over them

The stages of Kylux

stage 1: Haha, look at those losers, they look like they are two seconds away from hate sex

stage 2: …. What if they are?

stage 3: ….What if they already had hate sex?

stage 4:.… What if it’s more? 

stage 5: what if the terrible forces of fate try to separate them?

stage 11: but… wouldn’t it be wonderful if… if they could just… rule the galaxy together?

stage 191: But what if they’re all bagels?


the gaurdians of the galaxy are literally the five stages of grief.

Starlord: Denial, his mom dies and he leaves earth and doesn’t open her present because he doesn’t want to face the fact that she is dead

Drax the Deystroyer: Anger, his species is naturally angry and since they can’t take things figuratively they are more prone to fighting

Gamora: Bargaining, she bargains with Starlord and the rest of the gaurdians that they can split the profit from the infinity stone

Rocket the Raccoon: Depression, he has many moments in the movie where he shows his true feelings like during the bar fight scene with Drax and Groot

Groot: Acceptance, he is mellow, calm and collected through out the entire movie because he knows his fate and he gladly accepts his death to save the other gaurdians 


Paul McCartney basically talking shit about whoever was playing “disco stuff” while he had his set. (at Samsung Galaxy Stage Lollapallooza)

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Astronomers today (28 June) released spectacular new infrared images of the distant universe, providing the deepest view ever obtained over a large area of sky. The team, led by Prof. Omar Almaini of the University of Nottingham, present their results at the National Astronomy Meeting [] at the same university.

The final data release from the Ultra-Deep Survey (UDS) maps an area four times the size of the full Moon to unprecedented depth. Over 250,000 galaxies have been detected, including several hundred observed within the first billion years after the Big Bang. Astronomers around the world will use the new images to study the early stages of galaxy formation and evolution.

The release of the final UDS images represents the culmination of a project that began taking data in 2005. The scientists used the United Kingdom Infrared Telescope (UKIRT) on Hawaii to observe the same patch of sky repeatedly, building up more than 1,000 hours of exposure time. Observing in the infrared is vital for studying the distant universe, as ordinary starlight is “redshifted” to longer wavelengths due to the cosmological expansion of the universe.

Because of the finite speed of light, the most distant galaxies are also observed very far back in time.

“With the UDS we can study distant galaxies in large numbers, and observe how they evolved at different stages in the history of the universe. We see most of the galaxies in our image as they were billions of years before the Earth was formed,” said Almaini.

The UDS is the deepest of 5 projects, collectively known as the UKIRT Infrared Deep Sky Survey (UKIDSS).

Earlier releases of data from the UDS have already produced a wide range of scientific advances, including studies of the earliest galaxies in the first billion years after the Big Bang, measurements of the build-up of galaxies through cosmic time, and studies of the large-scale distribution of galaxies to weigh the mysterious ‘dark matter’ that pervades the cosmos. The added depth from the new release is expected to produce many new breakthroughs.

“We are particularly keen to understand the dramatic transformation that many massive galaxies underwent around 10 billion years ago,” said Dr. William Hartley, a postdoctoral researcher at University College London. “At that time many galaxies appear to have abruptly stopped forming stars, and they also changed shape to form spheroidal-looking galaxies. We still don’t fully understand why this happens. With our new UDS images we expect to find large numbers of these galaxies, caught in the act of transformation, so we can study them in detail to solve this important puzzle.”