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on Hastag #galaxies Instagram Photo — May 26, 2017

FINISHED THIS ART PIECE OMG ! I'm really proud of the result ;; i finally can do some watercolour ! I used the watercolour markers from Winsor and Newton and the Paper is The Langton " Prestige " ❤️💖 { s s s s art }

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on Hastag #galaxies Instagram Photo — May 26, 2017

Yoooo I'm so happy with these mini galaxies (resin) The smallest one is going to be made into a pair to be eyes for my guy that is working on. If you watched GOTG2 where star lord had galaxy eyes, yup that's the intention wooooooo eyes pendant craft s stagram

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on Hastag #galaxies Instagram Photo — May 26, 2017

The Elephant’s Trunk Nebula (IC 1396A) is an elongated dark globule of more than 20 light-years long within the much larger (over 100 light-years across) emission nebula IC 1396 which is located about 2,400 light-years away in the northern constellation of Cepheus (named after the King of Aethiopia in Greek mythology). It was given this name as it resembles the head and trunk of an elephant. The globule is a condensation of dense gas and dust that is being compressed by the intense radiation and stellar winds from the very bright, massive star HD 206267. The compression of the gas in the globule is triggering the formation of stars within it. The stellar winds from the massive star are also responsible for sculpting and eroding the filaments of the globule. These winds produce a dense circular rim making up the “head” of the globule and a swept-back tail of gas. The dark globule is seen in silhouette in visible-light pictures, backlit by the illumination of HD 206267 which is located to the west of the “head”. The Elephant’s Trunk nebula is a site of star formation. Over 250 young stars in and around the Elephant’s Trunk are identified. Several very young (less than 100,000 years old) stars and two older (but still young, a couple of million years) stars are present in a small, circular cavity in the head of the globule. Winds from these young stars may have emptied the cavity. Very young protostars, still accreting material from the surrounding nebula, are located inside the cloud, while fully formed stars have been found just in front of the rims. This suggests that star formation has been proceeding sequentially through the cloud as a result of the ‘triggering’ effects of the hot star. On the order of 5% of the mass of gas and dust in the cloud has already been turned into protostars, and the process is continuing today. Image Credit: Lóránd Fényes, Best Newcomer in the Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2012 Competition

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on Hastag #galaxies Instagram Photo — May 25, 2017

Painted another galaxy this morning and I'm torn to draw on it! Yo draw or not to draw, that is the question. . . . . . s art artwork artist work ist ists work studio works ofinstagram ofvisuals ofpainting gram oftheday ofday art s ed

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on Hastag #galaxies Instagram Photo — May 14, 2017

Although appearing as one object, this image shows two galaxies rushing past each other at about 1,243,000 miles per hour! This speed is most likely too fast for them to merge and form a single galaxy. However, because of their small separation of only about 20,000 light-years, the galaxies will distort one another through the force of gravity while passing each other, changing their structures on a grand scale. Such galactic interactions are a common sight for Hubble, and have long been a field of study for astronomers. The intriguing behaviors of interacting galaxies take many forms; galactic cannibalism, galaxy harassment and even galaxy collisions. The Milky Way itself will eventually fall victim to the latter, merging with the Andromeda Galaxy in about 4.5 billion years. The fate of our galaxy shouldn’t be alarming though: while galaxies are populated by billions of stars, the distances between individual stars are so large that hardly any stellar collisions will occur. Credit: ESA/NASA cluster telescope year hubble

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on Hastag #galaxies Instagram Photo — May 26, 2017

Star trails over City of Rocks State Park, New Mexico. If you look closely, you can see "stars" that did not move during the exposure. They are geosynchronous satellites, 23,000 miles out in space: DirectTV, SiriusXM​, AMC channel, etc. nomy nomia photography photos  

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on Hastag #galaxies Instagram Photo — May 26, 2017

There are galaxies living inside of me 💀💫

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on Hastag #galaxies Instagram Photo — May 25, 2017

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on Hastag #galaxies Instagram Photo — May 27, 2017

from - it's never really the end 🌾 •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• vibes s

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on Hastag #galaxies Instagram Photo — May 27, 2017

I was in the wrong place At the wrong time For the wrong reason And the wrong rhyme On the wrong day Of the wrong week Used the wrong method With the wrong technique s s ist

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on Hastag #galaxies Instagram Photo — May 27, 2017

of in a of to music app 🎶♩♪♫♬🎵🎤🎼🎛🎚🎙🎧🎷📯🔔🎸🎹🎺🎻📻📱📲🎆♾💖🎉

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on Hastag #galaxies Instagram Photo — May 27, 2017

I have no clue what I drew last night all I know is I managed to sleep somewhat a few good hours. 😷😷😷 Still kill me. . . . . . . . . . .

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on Hastag #galaxies Instagram Photo — May 27, 2017

I won't ever stop being annoying. That's a promise. As you can see, I have successfully broken another theme and this time believe it or not I am doing a light pink//pastel pink theme which is not very successful in my mind's eye but I am try anyway because I am a rebel hawhaw. — Another QOTD teehee: A book with that papery essence and a story worth remembering or a beautifying makeup cosmetic kit so you can look pretty? — AOTD: Books and only books. swift nation forever ie arelove video

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on Hastag #galaxies Instagram Photo — May 27, 2017

Homestudio student, Candice sent me this seasalts background effects which she did as homework. I offer 4 bundled workshops for $350 only at my homestudio. For our 3rd session, we did marble art and galaxy background and I did a 15 mins palm leaf demo painting and explained how to paint monstera leaf with wet on wet texturing. See what Sherlyn did as homework. g s

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on Hastag #galaxies Instagram Photo — May 27, 2017

Hello people of the world, I am back. Sorry for being a ghostie on Instagram and I do know how annoying that is. Not that there is no payback considering how many likes I get on my photos. Sarcasm intended. Anyways real talk now. I thought summer would be boring and I won't have anything to do. I didn't know how wrong I was. I haven't read a book in FOUR Days like what? Anyhow, I watched Riverdale in the last two days and I am more or less intrigued. That show basically killed me, the genre being drama and as we all know I live for drama. And I had also been busy in Ramadan Prep. I love Ramadan– I am not really that religious but I love the way how lifestyle changes in Ramadan. Ramadan Kareem to all my Muslim Friends across the globe! 💕 — QOTD: Riverdale or Thirteen Reasons Why? — AOTD: Riverdale. swift nation forever ie arelove video

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on Hastag #galaxies Instagram Photo — May 27, 2017

Whale Galaxy (NGC 4631) taken on a Sony a7s (total exposure 18 minutes). . . . . . . . . . . images a7s alpha porn a7lovers

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on Hastag #galaxies Instagram Photo — May 27, 2017

The sun as seen in X-ray!

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