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This week The
Village Voice announced that it will be ending its print edition after more
than six decades on the streets of New York City. In that time, it published
plenty of iconic columns and flashy covers, but to simply commemorate the format,
we’re looking at a mostly blank mock-up for the paper’s first issue, published
October 26, 1955.
If anyone feels the need to come in and, let’s
say, browse the show listings from 1975, just let us know. That’s what we’re here for.
The Village Voice [mock-up]. October 26, 1955. New-York Historical Society.
These have been some of my favorite Sleepy Hollow blogs. Most
are multi-fandom blogs that post a lot of Sleepy Hollow, and make
gifs/graphics. Follow any one of these people if not all and you won’t
UPDATE: I have deleted the blogs that are dead and added some great new blogs!! :)
Dear Blanche: Sometimes I feel like there needs to be two of me. I have so many things to tend to, for my personal/professional development, and the needs of my companions. I feel like I'm running as fast as I can to keep up with everything, but I have to run faster to make any progress. What should I do? - Alice and the Red Queen's Game
My dear dear Alice, I can relate. As a philanthropist, fashion icon, beauty queen and column writer I often find myself with little time to find my fourth husband. The community simply looks up to me to set examples of style and class, you see.
Now before I can advise you, ask yourself the following question; Am I rich? If the answer is yes then your solution is simple. Hire an assistant or some other form of lackey to help you get everything done.
If you’re not rich then marry into wealth. Hard work is for commoners.
I’ll attach an agency that helped me staff my estate for you,
The Bubble Nebula is 7 light-years across — about one-and-a-half times the distance from our sun to its nearest stellar neighbor, Alpha Centauri — and resides 7,100 light-years from Earth in the constellation Cassiopeia.
The seething star forming this nebula is 45 times more massive than our sun. Gas on the star gets so hot that it escapes away into space as a “stellar wind” moving at over 4 million miles per hour. This outflow sweeps up the cold, interstellar gas in front of it, forming the outer edge of the bubble much like a snowplow piles up snow in front of it as it moves forward.
As the surface of the bubble’s shell expands outward, it slams into dense regions of cold gas on one side of the bubble. This asymmetry makes the star appear dramatically off-center from the bubble, with its location in the 10 o'clock position in the Hubble view.
Dense pillars of cool hydrogen gas laced with dust appear at the upper left of the picture, and more “fingers” can be seen nearly face-on, behind the translucent bubble.
The gases heated to varying temperatures emit different colors: oxygen is hot enough to emit blue light in the bubble near the star, while the cooler pillars are yellow from the combined light of hydrogen and nitrogen. The pillars are similar to the iconic columns in the “Pillars of Creation” in the Eagle Nebula. As seen with the structures in the Eagle Nebula, the Bubble Nebula pillars are being illuminated by the strong ultraviolet radiation from the brilliant star inside the bubble.
It is being formed by an O star, BD +60°2522, an extremely bright, massive, and short-lived star that has lost most of its outer hydrogen and is now fusing helium into heavier elements. The star is about 4 million years old, and in 10 million to 20 million years, it will likely detonate as a supernova.
Hubble’s Wide Field Camera 3 imaged the nebula in visible light with unprecedented clarity in February 2016. The colors correspond to blue for oxygen, green for hydrogen, and red for nitrogen. This information will help astronomers understand the geometry and dynamics of this complex system.
Object Names: Bubble Nebula, NGC 7635
Image Type: Astronomical
Credit: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA)