All I can say is wow and amazing use of lighting, dance and darkness….
Amazing Tron Dance performed by Wrecking Orchestr…: http://youtu.be/-Rot9uaVO8s
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All I can say is wow and amazing use of lighting, dance and darkness….
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Weird Al – Finally back at the top of the music scene!
Now everyone needs to listen to these rules!
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Weird Al – Finally back at the top of the music scene!
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The Horsehead Nebula from Blue to Infrared
The universe is just cool…. I just want to visit these places without instantly dying from the radiation that pours out of places like this…. So I will be inventing radiation shielding and a spaceship that can travel faster than light speed… I will be right back… Originally shared by +Astronomy Picture of the Day (APoD) The Horsehead Nebula from Blue to InfraredImage Credit & Copyright: Optical: Aldo Mottino & Carlos Colazo, OAC, Córdoba; Infrared: Hubble Legacy Archivehttp://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap140728.html One of the most identifiable nebulae in the sky, the Horsehead Nebula in Orion, is part of a large, dark, molecular cloud. Also known as Barnard 33, the unusual shape was first discovered on a photographic plate in the late 1800s. The red glow originates from hydrogen gas predominantly behind the nebula, ionized by the nearby bright star Sigma Orionis. The darkness of the Horsehead is caused mostly by thick dust, although the lower part of the Horsehead's neck casts a shadow to the left. Streams of gas leaving the nebula are funneled by a strong magnetic field. Bright spots in the Horsehead Nebula's base are young stars just in the process of forming. Light takes about 1,500 years to reach us […]
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The universe is just cool
I just want to visit these places without instantly dying from the radiation that pours out of places like this…. So I will be inventing radiation shielding and a spaceship that can travel faster than light speed… I will be right back… Reshared post from +Astronomy Picture of the Day (APoD) The Horsehead Nebula from Blue to InfraredImage Credit & Copyright: Optical: Aldo Mottino & Carlos Colazo, OAC, Córdoba; Infrared: Hubble Legacy Archivehttp://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap140728.html One of the most identifiable nebulae in the sky, the Horsehead Nebula in Orion, is part of a large, dark, molecular cloud. Also known as Barnard 33, the unusual shape was first discovered on a photographic plate in the late 1800s. The red glow originates from hydrogen gas predominantly behind the nebula, ionized by the nearby bright star Sigma Orionis. The darkness of the Horsehead is caused mostly by thick dust, although the lower part of the Horsehead's neck casts a shadow to the left. Streams of gas leaving the nebula are funneled by a strong magnetic field. Bright spots in the Horsehead Nebula's base are young stars just in the process of forming. Light takes about 1,500 years to reach us from the Horsehead Nebula. The […]
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