#September2016

NASA finds more evidence of Water Plumes on Europa

Elon Musk is taking our asses to Mars. Maybe. So like, can someone get on settling Europa? NASA has found further evidence of water plumes on the moon, furthering the idea that it has subsurface oceans. Fucking astounding.

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Hubble captures the death of a Sun-Like Star, it’s a beautiful demise

Hubble reveals NGC 2440

Hubble captures the death of a sun-like star, and we’re all the better for it. Thank you, Hubble. For capturing its glory. Me? I’m either going to die from a fall, or covered in my own feces and surrounded by Pepsi Max cans (regardless of age).

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Hubble Deep Field Images capture New Type of Galaxy

Hubble Deep Field Images capture New Type of Galaxy

Motherfuckin’ Hubble doin’ work, son! Its deep field images have captured an entirely new type of galaxy.

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Space Swoon: This Nebula is a High-Excitating Blob

Into the storm

Seriously, astronomers call this nebula a¬†High-Excitating Blob. Space ain’t just awesome, apparently it is fun.

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Space Swoon: Jupiter’s South Pole as never before seen

Space Swoon: NASA’s Juno spacecraft speeds towards Jupiter’s North Pole

towards jupiter

NASA has just flown a spacecraft closer to Jupiter than ever before. The Solar System’s bulwark (seriously, big bastard eats so much space debris so we can not be obliterated so we can watch reality shows and attack one another with horrible, horrible mad-made weaponry, so uh, thanks?) is getting a thorough examination, courtesy of the Juno spacecraft.

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Space Swoon: Cassini captures Dione’s gorgeous contrasts

Space Swoon: NGC 7129 is a gorgeous Reflection (Nebula)

‘Hidden Figures’ Trailer: Three African-American female NASA Engineers help get us into space

Space Swoon: Saturn’s Clouds Go Infrared