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Luca Corradini
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"Ricordati che devi morire".
"Ricordati che devi morire".

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Can't believe it either....Love you always, Mariah :) #mariahcarey   #music  
I can't believe this anniversary of my first album. Me, who only has anniversaries, and who always makes jokes about it, was actually younger then than the album is now by quite a bit! LOL smh 😳😯
After waiting my whole life to see my name on an album ("LP"), the label let me know that they'll only be making CDs from 1990 onward. Total devastation! 😂 In their defense, they were nice enough to print a few vinyls and gave me some. 😄
Listening to it today, not every song is a favorite, but there are some songs that are still special to me, like "Vision of Love" which was on my demo. And even some obscure ones like "Sent From Up Above” and "Alone In Love”, which I started writing on my mom's piano when I was 15 years old. Then there’s "Vanishing” which so many fans tell me is their favorite song of mine. Those songs make me feel nostalgic and proud of that young girl who had so much ambition and passion for music. I still do, maybe even more. I will never let go of that.
Thank you so much to all my fans; those who were here from the very beginning and those who have joined this ‪#‎lambily‬ of mine along the way. I love you more than words can express, and I thank you for letting me feel this connection to you through my music. I hope you stay with me on this journey for years to come. 💞💞😘 --MC
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It's time to feel old again!!! :D #music  

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Trent'anni fa, di questi tempi...  / thirty years ago: the apotheosis of synth :D #musica   #music  

Greetings! A personal (and totally non-specialistic) consideration and a question: in my opinion, putting aside the colonization of the moon, the real "push" for space exploration will be provided by the discovery of a propulsion system that drastically reduces the time it takes to explore our solar system (of course I mean a "linear exploration", let's say from here to Saturn at least), especially by a manned spacecraft.

What are the "latest" (well, in a figurative way) news on that front (new and much faster propulsion systems for spacecrafts)?  What are your ideas about it? 

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Amazing; again, it makes us think about the scale of our universe and how special and just a drop in the water we are at the same time :) #space  
On September 3rd, 2003 The Hubble Space Telescope began pointing its camera at a small area of the night sky. This area, about 1/10th of the apparent size of the full Moon, appeared to be complete blackness with no stars visible to the naked eye. Hubble kept its camera pointed there for more than 4 months, taking in all the light it could. This is what the Hubble Telescope saw.

More recent images show even more detail. More information: http://1.usa.gov/18zwEz8

via fb.me/scienceisseriouslyawesome
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Che Bellooooo :) #natura  

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great choices!  #videogames #gog
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