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tuzfold:

elefantnap:

spaceexp: Washing the Space Suit
are you serious, they hang the fucking things on a washing line, vladimir flatcapovich hangs up soyuz spacesuits outside on a piece of string nailed to a tree, i refuse to accept this

Yes, the Russians hangs space suits on washing line, Indians carry satellites by bicycle or cart, etc. Only Americans mystifies the whole space exploration thing so as being something special and unreachable for the average person. Even the phrase ‘it’s not rocket science’ was created by Americans. Unfortunately the Europeans tend to do the same. In every other part of the world working with space technology is treated like nothing special compared with other things.

Good old days when Americans solved some testing in this way. Can you imagine something like that today?!

hold12:

tuzfold:

elefantnap:

spaceexp: Washing the Space Suit

are you serious, they hang the fucking things on a washing line, vladimir flatcapovich hangs up soyuz spacesuits outside on a piece of string nailed to a tree, i refuse to accept this

Yes, the Russians hangs space suits on washing line, Indians carry satellites by bicycle or cart, etc. Only Americans mystifies the whole space exploration thing so as being something special and unreachable for the average person. Even the phrase ‘it’s not rocket science’ was created by Americans. Unfortunately the Europeans tend to do the same. In every other part of the world working with space technology is treated like nothing special compared with other things.

Good old days when Americans solved some testing in this way. Can you imagine something like that today?!

nevver:

Canoe Haiku

nevver:

Canoe Haiku

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expressions-of-nature:

Caiman Yacare from Pantanal by: Michal Jirouš

expressions-of-nature:

Caiman Yacare from Pantanal by: Michal Jirouš

peaceful-moon:

thank you so much little buddy

peaceful-moon:

thank you so much little buddy

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kqedscience:

“There’s a new development in the story about 12-year-old Lauren Arrington’s remarkable science fair project about the invasive potential of lionfish. A marine biologist is now claiming that the project was based on published work he did back in 2011 — and that the girl is the daughter of his former supervisor’s best friend.”
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kqedscience:

There’s a new development in the story about 12-year-old Lauren Arrington’s remarkable science fair project about the invasive potential of lionfish. A marine biologist is now claiming that the project was based on published work he did back in 2011 — and that the girl is the daughter of his former supervisor’s best friend.”

Read more from io9.

totallybombtits:

jaredtuttle:

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fuckin dope

thegreatpotatoking:

This is the single most important invention of 2014. No question about it.

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themorningnews:

If it all plays out as expected and budgeted, astronomers of the 2020s will be swimming in petabytes of data streaming from space and the ground. Herewith a report card on the future of big-time stargazing.
More Eyes on the Skies

themorningnews:

If it all plays out as expected and budgeted, astronomers of the 2020s will be swimming in petabytes of data streaming from space and the ground. Herewith a report card on the future of big-time stargazing.

More Eyes on the Skies

alxndrasplace:

(HubbleSite) The dwarf galaxy NGC 4214 is ablaze with young stars and gas clouds. Located around 10 million light-years away in the constellation of Canes Venatici (The Hunting Dogs), the galaxy’s close proximity, combined with the wide variety of evolutionary stages among the stars, make it an ideal laboratory to research the triggers of star formation and evolution. This color image was taken using the Hubble Space Telescope’s Wide Field Camera 3 in December 2009.

alxndrasplace:

(HubbleSite) The dwarf galaxy NGC 4214 is ablaze with young stars and gas clouds. Located around 10 million light-years away in the constellation of Canes Venatici (The Hunting Dogs), the galaxy’s close proximity, combined with the wide variety of evolutionary stages among the stars, make it an ideal laboratory to research the triggers of star formation and evolution. This color image was taken using the Hubble Space Telescope’s Wide Field Camera 3 in December 2009.