herochan:

Quilled Comic Masks

Original BatmanIron ManAutobot and Decepticon each available for $200(USD) at Alia Design.

Created by Alia Syed

September 09


forbiddenalleys:

History of Ireland 1883

forbiddenalleys:

History of Ireland 1883

September 09

thedemon-hauntedworld:

Cone Nebula (NGC 2264) mosaic
Credit: Advanced Imaging Conference, Astronomy Magazine

September 09
colorfulgradients:

colorful gradient 2709

colorfulgradients:

colorful gradient 2709

September 09
0ce4n-g0d:

moon by Rob Ert
September 09
fuckyeahfluiddynamics:

Adding just a few polymers to a liquid can substantially change its behavior. The presence of polymers turns otherwise Newtonian fluids like water into viscoelastic fluids. When deformed, viscoelastic fluids have a response that is part viscous—like other fluids—and part elastic—like a rubber band that regains its initial shape. The collage above shows what happens to a thinning column of a viscoelastic fluid. Instead of breaking into a stream of droplets, the liquid forms drop connected with a thin filament, like beads on a string. In a Newtonian fluid, surface tension would tend to break off the drops at their narrowest point, but stretching the polymers in the viscoelastic fluid provides just enough normal stress to keep the filament intact. If the effect looks familiar, it may be because you’ve seen it in the mirror. Human saliva is a viscoelastic liquid! (Image credit: A. Wagner et al.)

fuckyeahfluiddynamics:

Adding just a few polymers to a liquid can substantially change its behavior. The presence of polymers turns otherwise Newtonian fluids like water into viscoelastic fluids. When deformed, viscoelastic fluids have a response that is part viscous—like other fluids—and part elastic—like a rubber band that regains its initial shape. The collage above shows what happens to a thinning column of a viscoelastic fluid. Instead of breaking into a stream of droplets, the liquid forms drop connected with a thin filament, like beads on a string. In a Newtonian fluid, surface tension would tend to break off the drops at their narrowest point, but stretching the polymers in the viscoelastic fluid provides just enough normal stress to keep the filament intact. If the effect looks familiar, it may be because you’ve seen it in the mirror. Human saliva is a viscoelastic liquid! (Image credit: A. Wagner et al.)

September 09

Twelve is getting to the same level as Ten in less time I can’t believe Moffat is writing it this is too good to be Moffat Twelve is great and I love him

September 09

ephemeral-elegance:

Wool Coat and Chiffon Day Dress, 1929

Coco Chanel

via The Met

September 09
spaceexp:

The Gum 15 star forming region including the star cluster NGC 2671 and some of the filaments forming part of the Vela Supernova Remnant. Larger images in comments.

spaceexp:

The Gum 15 star forming region including the star cluster NGC 2671 and some of the filaments forming part of the Vela Supernova Remnant. Larger images in comments.

September 09
ucresearch:

Seeing a supernovae within hours of the explosion
For the first time ever, scientists have gathered direct evidence of a rare Wolf-Rayet star being linked to a specific type of stellar explosion known as a Type IIb supernova. Peter Nugent of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory says they caught this star – a whopping 360 million light years away – just a few hours after it exploded.
Hear more about this discovery →

ucresearch:

Seeing a supernovae within hours of the explosion

For the first time ever, scientists have gathered direct evidence of a rare Wolf-Rayet star being linked to a specific type of stellar explosion known as a Type IIb supernova. Peter Nugent of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory says they caught this star – a whopping 360 million light years away – just a few hours after it exploded.

Hear more about this discovery →

September 09
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