theatlantic
theatlantic:

Hubble Telescope Captures ‘Farthest-Ever’ Portrait of the Universe

It contains around 5,500 galaxies, some of which are one ten-billionth the brightness visible to the human eye. There are spiral galaxies that resemble our own Milky Way, fuzzy red galaxies where stars are no longer being formed (at the time the light left them), and faint young galaxies, not yet fully grown. “The history of galaxies — from soon after the first galaxies were born to the great galaxies of today, like our Milky Way — is laid out in this one remarkable image,” NASA said in a press release. For the oldest galaxies in the image, the light now reaching us first shone some 13.2 billion years ago, more than 8.6 billion years before Earth even existed.

Read more. [Image: NASA]

theatlantic:

Hubble Telescope Captures ‘Farthest-Ever’ Portrait of the Universe

It contains around 5,500 galaxies, some of which are one ten-billionth the brightness visible to the human eye. There are spiral galaxies that resemble our own Milky Way, fuzzy red galaxies where stars are no longer being formed (at the time the light left them), and faint young galaxies, not yet fully grown. “The history of galaxies — from soon after the first galaxies were born to the great galaxies of today, like our Milky Way — is laid out in this one remarkable image,” NASA said in a press release. For the oldest galaxies in the image, the light now reaching us first shone some 13.2 billion years ago, more than 8.6 billion years before Earth even existed.

Read more. [Image: NASA]

adelelorienne
adelelorienne:

Next Stop: Everywhere
“Listen, all you need to know is this: I trust that man to the end of the Universe. And actually, we’ve been.” ~River SongI had never intended to finish this one (mainly because I didn’t want to learn to draw the TARDIS console), but an awesome lady commissioned me to do so, and I am pleasantly surprised by how well it turned out! Mechanical anything is not my strongpoint, and I must have used a dozen refs on that console alone, but it was worth it! Never again, but it was still worth it, hee.Print Shop 

adelelorienne:

Next Stop: Everywhere

“Listen, all you need to know is this: I trust that man to the end of the Universe. And actually, we’ve been.” ~River Song

I had never intended to finish this one (mainly because I didn’t want to learn to draw the TARDIS console), but an awesome lady commissioned me to do so, and I am pleasantly surprised by how well it turned out! Mechanical anything is not my strongpoint, and I must have used a dozen refs on that console alone, but it was worth it! Never again, but it was still worth it, hee.

Print Shop 

christopherdickey

christopherdickey:

Following on a Twitter exchange that French journalist and I had this morning about the authenticity of Edward Jay Epstein’s interview with Dominique Strauss-Kahn as published last week in The Guardian, Haski published an article on the Web site he edits, Rue 89, which is to the Nouvel Observateur…

rookiemag
rookiemag:

Our show at Space 15 Twenty opens TOMORROW! Hope to see you there!
July 21- July 28Space 15 Twenty1520 N. Cahuenga Blvd.Los Angeles, CAOpening PartySat. July 21 7-10pmFlea Market Sun. July 2211am-4pmFreaks and Geeks Marathon Slumber PartyMon. July 237-10pmDIY Night: Flower crown makingTues. July 246-8pmMovie NightWed. July 258-10pmYou Asked It: A live Q&A with Rookie favorite Mindy KalingThurs. July 267-9pmStory Hour: Rookie writers read out loudFri. July 277-9pmClosing party: A good old-fashioned school danceSat. July 28th7-10pmSpecial Performance by Bleached8 pm

rookiemag:

Our show at Space 15 Twenty opens TOMORROW! Hope to see you there!

July 21- July 28
Space 15 Twenty
1520 N. Cahuenga Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA

Opening Party
Sat. July 21 
7-10pm

Flea Market 
Sun. July 22
11am-4pm

Freaks and Geeks Marathon Slumber Party
Mon. July 23
7-10pm

DIY Night: Flower crown making
Tues. July 24
6-8pm

Movie Night
Wed. July 25
8-10pm

You Asked It: A live Q&A with Rookie favorite Mindy Kaling
Thurs. July 26
7-9pm

Story Hour: Rookie writers read out loud
Fri. July 27
7-9pm

Closing party: A good old-fashioned school dance
Sat. July 28th
7-10pm
Special Performance by Bleached
8 pm