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Ed Sheeran || “I See Fire” for The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug Soundtrack 

ok so I already follow great music blogs, but theres no harm in following more so like/reblog if you post the following please!: 

iamamusicjunkie:

Future Islands - A Dream Of You And Me

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ucresearch:

The GIFs above are from this beautiful video (made with footage shot by NASA and ESA using the Cassini spacecraft).  

Planetary scientist (and UCLA alum) Dr. Ashwin Vasavada participated with the Cassini mission to Saturn:  he played a major role in science planning for Saturn atmospheric imaging.

serebro-shipper:

¡¡Feliz Día de la Independencia!!
Happy Independance Day México!!
y VIVA MÉXICO CABRONES!!!!

serebro-shipper:

¡¡Feliz Día de la Independencia!!

Happy Independance Day México!!

y VIVA MÉXICO CABRONES!!!!

scientifrick:

TONIGHT WAS THE BEST MONDAY EVER

scientifrick:

TONIGHT WAS THE BEST MONDAY EVER

Lupita Nyong’o | Behind the Scenes of Essence photoshoot

La Concha es un pan dulce originario de México consiste en un pan tipo bizcocho con una cubierta de manteca o mantequilla con azúcar la cual se cuece con el pan y le da una cubierta crocante muy dulce. Normalmente la cubierta se ralla en cuadritos y se saboriza con chocolate o vainilla. Se les suele acompañar de bebidas de chocolate como el Champurrado o un atole.

There’s the girl who has been planning her wedding for months, just like everything is normal. Oh, but she is also sleeping with the hot, lesbian junkie. How’s that for a prison cliche?

akahli:

The Boy Who Blocked His Own Shot by Brand New
Embroidery done by me // please don’t delete the text

akahli:

The Boy Who Blocked His Own Shot by Brand New

Embroidery done by me // please don’t delete the text


The planet Saturn, August 11, 1981, imaged by Voyager 2 from a range of 14.7 million kilometers (9.1 million miles). You can also see the moons Dione (right) and Enceladus. (NASA)

The planet Saturn, August 11, 1981, imaged by Voyager 2 from a range of 14.7 million kilometers (9.1 million miles). You can also see the moons Dione (right) and Enceladus. (NASA)