1. spaceexp:

Man on the Moon by Tom Kranenburg Source: leviathan-network (reddit)

    spaceexp:

    Man on the Moon by Tom Kranenburg

    Source: leviathan-network (reddit)

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  2. brokvisk:

Numbers are simple.

    brokvisk:

    Numbers are simple.

    (via visualizingmath)

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  3. spaceexp:

Venus and Jupiter Conjunction this morning.

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    Venus and Jupiter Conjunction this morning.

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  5. spaceexp:

The first image ever taken by humans of the whole Earth. Photographed by the crew of Apollo 8 in 1968

    spaceexp:

    The first image ever taken by humans of the whole Earth. Photographed by the crew of Apollo 8 in 1968

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  6. thekhooll:

Croatia Emir Terovic

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    Croatia 

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  7. allthingseurope:

Hundertwasserhaus, Vienna (by Dragonovski)

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    Hundertwasserhaus, Vienna (by Dragonovski)

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  8. smithsonianmag:

Photo of the Day: Cattle Skull
Photo by Doug Duryea (Crested Butte, CO, USA); Gunnison, CO, USA

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    Photo of the Day: Cattle Skull

    Photo by Doug Duryea (Crested Butte, CO, USA); Gunnison, CO, USA

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  10. Caustic (a lazy programmer’s view of optics)

    Caustic (a lazy programmer’s view of optics)

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  11. repeatwhilezero:

Just a little math problem for your lazy afternoon.

Note to self

    repeatwhilezero:

    Just a little math problem for your lazy afternoon.

    Note to self

    (via math-is-beautiful)

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  12. atlasobscura:

DENSUȘ CHURCH
-DENSUȘ, ROMANIA
The Church of St. Nicholas in Densuș is among the oldest and most unusual sacred buildings in Romania, and almost certainly the country’s oldest still-used Orthodox church.
It likely dates from the 13th Century, although the original structure on that site may have been built much earlier. Since no written documentation of its founding survives, its exact age is disputed. Theories about the structure’s origins abound, including that it was built on the site of a pagan temple, or served as a mausoleum for a Roman general. The Late Romanesque construction is curiously piecemeal, giving the impression that it was built in several stages, also incorporating stone from the nearby ruins of Roman Sarmizegetusa (Ulpia Traiana).
More at Atlas Obscura 

    atlasobscura:

    DENSUȘ CHURCH

    -DENSUȘ, ROMANIA

    The Church of St. Nicholas in Densuș is among the oldest and most unusual sacred buildings in Romania, and almost certainly the country’s oldest still-used Orthodox church.

    It likely dates from the 13th Century, although the original structure on that site may have been built much earlier. Since no written documentation of its founding survives, its exact age is disputed. Theories about the structure’s origins abound, including that it was built on the site of a pagan temple, or served as a mausoleum for a Roman general. The Late Romanesque construction is curiously piecemeal, giving the impression that it was built in several stages, also incorporating stone from the nearby ruins of Roman Sarmizegetusa (Ulpia Traiana).

    More at Atlas Obscura 

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  13. След толкова неща, които помня, без да се случвали, си мисля - колко пък да са нереални сънищата? #themeanreds

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  14. Sergeant Howie: And what of the TRUE God? Whose glory, churches and monasteries have been built on these islands for generations past? Now sir, what of him?

    Lord Summerisle: He’s dead. Can’t complain, had his chance and in modern parlance, blew it.

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