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31st August 2014

Photo reblogged from Steve Niles Tumblr with 915 notes

the-wolf-and-moon:

Ring Nebula

the-wolf-and-moon:

Ring Nebula

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31st August 2014

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amnhnyc:

How did the moon form? The leading theory is that the Moon resulted from a glancing collision between the young Earth and an object the size of Mars. The above image series is based on several mathematical simulations of the Moon’s origin:
The Moon’s history begins with a collision between a young Earth (larger object) and a Mars-sized planet.
10 minutes: The now-molten mantle layers (gray) of the two planets are mixing together.
1 hour: The iron cores (orange) are melding together – Most of this iron will remain with Earth.
2 hours: Parts of the mantle are spinning off into a swarm of debris.
22 hours: Pieces of debris revolve around Earth, slowly gathering together.
1 week: The growing Moon’s gravity pulls in the remaining debris.
Learn more about Moon rocks and craters.

amnhnyc:

How did the moon form? The leading theory is that the Moon resulted from a glancing collision between the young Earth and an object the size of Mars. The above image series is based on several mathematical simulations of the Moon’s origin:

The Moon’s history begins with a collision between a young Earth (larger object) and a Mars-sized planet.

10 minutes: The now-molten mantle layers (gray) of the two planets are mixing together.

1 hour: The iron cores (orange) are melding together – Most of this iron will remain with Earth.

2 hours: Parts of the mantle are spinning off into a swarm of debris.

22 hours: Pieces of debris revolve around Earth, slowly gathering together.

1 week: The growing Moon’s gravity pulls in the remaining debris.

Learn more about Moon rocks and craters.

Source: amnhnyc

31st August 2014

Photo reblogged from Steve Niles Tumblr with 277 notes

31st August 2014

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30th August 2014

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30th August 2014

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the-shweeb:

ursaminorjim:


Weegee (Arthur Fellig), Untitled (In the Movie House Watching House on Haunted Hill), 1959.


Look how much fun these people are having! That’s exactly the mood you want to be in when watching William Castle movies. Especially Haunted HIll!

the-shweeb:

ursaminorjim:

Weegee (Arthur Fellig), Untitled (In the Movie House Watching House on Haunted Hill), 1959.

Look how much fun these people are having! That’s exactly the mood you want to be in when watching William Castle movies. Especially Haunted HIll!

Source: ursaminorjim

30th August 2014

Photo reblogged from Steve Niles Tumblr with 47 notes

arcaneimages:

Yob’s gonna help me work today

arcaneimages:

Yob’s gonna help me work today

29th August 2014

Photo reblogged from Hyaena Gallery with 2 notes

hyaenagallery:

"Dragstrip Munster" by The Creep 12”x24” framed (custom frame) acrylic on canvas Part of September’s Frankenstein Unleashed exhibit #available #art #darkart #frankenstein #horror #munsters #lowbrow #badass

hyaenagallery:

"Dragstrip Munster" by The Creep
12”x24” framed (custom frame)
acrylic on canvas
Part of September’s Frankenstein Unleashed exhibit
#available #art #darkart #frankenstein #horror #munsters #lowbrow #badass

29th August 2014

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29th August 2014

Photo reblogged from Gravitational Beauty with 12,262 notes

mothernaturenetwork:

Earth may have had 2 moons
A tiny second moon may once have orbited Earth before catastrophically slamming into the other one, a titanic clash that could explain why the two sides of the surviving lunar satellite are so different from each other

mothernaturenetwork:

Earth may have had 2 moons

A tiny second moon may once have orbited Earth before catastrophically slamming into the other one, a titanic clash that could explain why the two sides of the surviving lunar satellite are so different from each other

Source: mothernaturenetwork