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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 thoughts

Let’s get the show on the road a-holes

• bb Groot dancing while everyone else is fighting is my aesthetic tbh
• Drax and his humor give me life
• Ego can burn in the pits of Hell for all I care after what he did to my son Peter and his Mom
• Gamora we all know there is an unspoken thing between you and P don’t lie to yourself
• Rocket and Yondu my bbs ilybsm my precious sons
• Nebula just wanted a sister in this dumb galaxy 😢😢😢
• Yondu WHY????? 😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭
• Peter and Gamora are totes Groot parents
• I cried so hard when Peter gave the eulogy oml
• the funeral was so beautiful
• goodbye Nebula I hope we see you again
• teenage Groot is me as hell jfc

And let’s not forget
• Howard the Duck
• Stan the Man 👌👌👌


Wernher von Braun’s office in Alabama (1965)
Wernher von Braun (1912-1977), director of NASA’s MarchallSpace Flight Center, at his office in Huntsville, Alabama. On a shelf behind is a row of his rocket models. You also can see the first rocket in history which reached space which is the V2/A4 rocket (second on the left). Wernher von Braun rocket scientist (ALL VIDEOS): www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL-HsE-FedVRg3kVyyhy5ohjoNV… ( ALL PHOTOS ) : www.flickr.com/photos/mrdanbeaumont/albums/72157630355100616

Top 10 Facts Of The Day (March 28, 2017)

10. Japan requires citizens between the ages of 45 and 74 to have their waistlines measured once a year and are expected to fall within an established range. Companies and local governments may face fines if their employees are overweight and do not meet these guidelines.

9. The fuel for each of Nazi Germany’s V2 rockets was made from 30 tons of potatoes.

8. The swimming pigs of the Bahamas. They live freely on the beaches, and after basking in the sun for hours, they swim in the surf. The pigs are exceptionally friendly, running from under the shade of the almond trees to greet visitors that bring them treats.

7. Tony Perkins, the leader of an anti-LGBT hate group, who claimed that God uses natural disasters such as hurricanes and flooding to punish homosexuals and their supporters, had his own house destroyed by a flood.

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One of the first snaps of our planet from space

Taken from a captured German V2 rocket fired into the edge of space from the White Sands testing station in New Mexico by Werner von Braun and the US military rocketry research group, this photo seems a bit grainy compared to the current lush photos from the space station or high res satellites such as PLEIADES and Digital Globe. It remains however a historic piece, and a direct ancestor of so many of the photos we share and comment on here on TES, so I felt it had to be acknowledged as the original source of much rich enjoyment.


Image credit: Alamy