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Tareesh Thomas
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I like the stars but I can't quite see them. Not yet.
I like the stars but I can't quite see them. Not yet.

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Check out Guardians of the Galaxy concept art by Rodney Fuentebella! http://goo.gl/usVtMo

Rodney has also worked on comic book movies such as Iron Man 3, The Avengers, Captain America: The First Avenger and Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
  #groot #marvel  
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Cool ‘Sketchnote’ Infographic Explains NASA’s Orion EFT-1 Flight in Detail

For many of us, it’s easier to comprehend complex processes when they are expressed visually. That was the impetus for artist Gary Schroeder in creating this wonderful hand-sketched infographic for NASA’s Exploration Flight Test 1 (EFT-1) for the Orion spacecraft.

http://www.universetoday.com/117005/cool-sketchnote-infographic-explains-nasas-orion-eft-1-flight-in-detail/
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Question of the Day!
Where in the galaxy would you expect to find Type I and Type II supernovas?

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The two basic types of supernovas are Type Ia and Type II. Other types, such as Types Ib and Ic, are unusual supernovas that have most of the properties of type II supernovas.

Type Ia are believed to be triggered by a large transfer of mass from a companion star onto a white dwarf that pushes the white dwarf over the Chandrasekhar limit. A thermonuclear explosion follows, blowing the entire star apart, and sending material rich in iron and other products of the explosion rushing out into space. Since a white dwarf is involved, Type Ia supernovas are expected to be found among old star systems, such as globular clusters, the central bulges of galaxies and elliptical galaxies.

Type II supernovas are thought to result from the collapse of a massive star (ten or more times as massive as the Sun) that has reached the end of the red giant stage of evolution, and formed an iron core. The core collapses under the weight of the outer layers of the star. A neutron star is formed, lots of neutrinos and other radiation is emitted, and everything except the neutron star is blown away. Since massive stars are involved, Type II supernovas are found in the spiral arms and other star-forming regions of spiral and disk galaxies, which have lots of gas and dust for the formation of new stars.
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We put together a little typesetting experiment for #FORMSF14; what'll you write with it? formtypemaker.appspot.com
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+Rtwik Joshi  The printed out icons that show up somewhere in the middle look lovely.
Señor Duarte loves to stand out of the crowd 😊

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+Rtwik Joshi These are fantastic. I cant wait to see them in action.

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It's sad how many baby dolls run away from home. 
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The Pondering Croc
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This is one of the most interesting gifs I've seen in awhile. Hope you like it.

Via @ kooo-memo.tumblr
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