watdawut:

Not in my neighborhood

posted 2 days ago via nikocutie · © xeptum with 9,030 notes

ebrodevo:

INCREDIBLY ATTRACTIVE PEOPLE who are simultaneously GIANT DORKS are my ULTIMATE WEAKNESS

aspiringdoctors:


A classic.

DYING

aspiringdoctors:

A classic.

DYING

posted 2 days ago via pmon3y69 · © jewist with 4,441 notes
Track Title: Spirit Desire

Artist: Tigers Jaw

Album: 2008 Tour

jewist:

I get scared you’ll leave me soon
Even though we call each other every afternoon
It’s true

posted 3 days ago via coinfarts · © ozneo with 48 notes
communistbakery:

my aesthetic

communistbakery:

my aesthetic

dutchster:

get rich or die 9 times trying

dutchster:

get rich or die 9 times trying

ohstarstuff:

"Shocking" Discovery from Saturn’s Moon Hyperion
Static electricity is known to play an important role on Earth’s airless, dusty moon, but evidence of static charge building up on other objects in the solar system has been elusive until now. A new analysis of data from NASA’s Cassini mission has revealed that, during a 2005 flyby of Hyperion, the spacecraft was briefly bathed in a beam of electrons coming from the moon’s electrostatically charged surface. The finding represents the first confirmed detection of a charged surface on an object other than our moon, although it is predicted to occur on many different bodies, including asteroids and comets.
Hyperion is porous and icy, with a bizarre, sponge-like appearance. Its surface is continuously bombarded by ultraviolet light from the sun and exposed to a rain of charged particles — electrons and ions — within the invisible bubble generated by Saturn’s magnetic field, called the magnetosphere. The researchers think Hyperion’s exposure to this hostile space environment is the source of the particle beam that struck Cassini.
READ MORE(Source: NASA JPL)

ohstarstuff:

"Shocking" Discovery from Saturn’s Moon Hyperion


Static electricity is known to play an important role on Earth’s airless, dusty moon, but evidence of static charge building up on other objects in the solar system has been elusive until now. A new analysis of data from NASA’s Cassini mission has revealed that, during a 2005 flyby of Hyperion, the spacecraft was briefly bathed in a beam of electrons coming from the moon’s electrostatically charged surface. The finding represents the first confirmed detection of a charged surface on an object other than our moon, although it is predicted to occur on many different bodies, including asteroids and comets.

Hyperion is porous and icy, with a bizarre, sponge-like appearance. Its surface is continuously bombarded by ultraviolet light from the sun and exposed to a rain of charged particles — electrons and ions — within the invisible bubble generated by Saturn’s magnetic field, called the magnetosphere. The researchers think Hyperion’s exposure to this hostile space environment is the source of the particle beam that struck Cassini.

READ MORE
(Source: NASA JPL)

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