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    Snoop Dogg - Aint No Fun (if the homies cant get none)

bliss-folly:

✯ trøpical ⌖ boho ⌖ indié 

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Timestamp: 1410836299

bliss-folly:

✯ trøpical ⌖ boho ⌖ indié 

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Timestamp: 1410836252

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jolenedraws:

Good morning, San Francisco.

A series of iPhone pictures of San Francisco taken during my morning commute.

November 2013 - present

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Timestamp: 1410836026

jolenedraws:

Good morning, San Francisco.

A series of iPhone pictures of San Francisco taken during my morning commute.

November 2013 - present

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italian-luxury:

Manarola, Liguria | Italy | Source

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Timestamp: 1410835797

italian-luxury:

Manarola, Liguria | Italy | Source

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monsieurlabette:

Rómulo y Remo, 1981 Servando Cabrera Moreno (1923-1989. Cuba)

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Timestamp: 1410835681

monsieurlabette:

Rómulo y Remo, 1981 Servando Cabrera Moreno (1923-1989. Cuba)

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afro-dominicano:

Perihelion and Aphelion

The closest point to the Sun in a planet’s orbit is called Perihelion. The furthest point is called Aphelion. The planet moves fastest at perihelion and slowest at aphelion.

GIFs extracted from Year On Earth

Planets in our Solar System orbit the Sun. The orbits of some planets are almost perfect circles, but others are not. Some orbits are shaped more like ovals, or “stretched out” circles.

Scientists call these oval shapes “ellipses”. If a planet’s orbit is a circle, the Sun is at the center of that circle. If, instead, the orbit is an ellipse, the Sun is at a point called the “focus” of the ellipse, which is not quite the same as the center.

Since the Sun is not at the center of an elliptical orbit, the planet moves closer towards and further away from the Sun as it orbits. The place where the planet is closest to the Sun is called perihelion.

When the planet is furthest away from the Sun, it is at aphelion. The words aphelion and perihelion come from the Greek language. In Greek, “helios” mean Sun, “peri” means near, and “apo” means away from.

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Timestamp: 1410835675

afro-dominicano:

Perihelion and Aphelion

The closest point to the Sun in a planet’s orbit is called Perihelion. The furthest point is called Aphelion. The planet moves fastest at perihelion and slowest at aphelion.

GIFs extracted from Year On Earth

Planets in our Solar System orbit the Sun. The orbits of some planets are almost perfect circles, but others are not. Some orbits are shaped more like ovals, or “stretched out” circles.

Scientists call these oval shapes “ellipses”. If a planet’s orbit is a circle, the Sun is at the center of that circle. If, instead, the orbit is an ellipse, the Sun is at a point called the “focus” of the ellipse, which is not quite the same as the center.

Since the Sun is not at the center of an elliptical orbit, the planet moves closer towards and further away from the Sun as it orbits. The place where the planet is closest to the Sun is called perihelion.

When the planet is furthest away from the Sun, it is at aphelion. The words aphelion and perihelion come from the Greek language. In Greek, “helios” mean Sun, “peri” means near, and “apo” means away from.

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jyetro:

Julia Butterfly Hill lived in a 180-foot (55 m)-tall, roughly 1500-year-old California Redwood tree  for 738 days between December 10, 1997 and December 18, 1999. Hill lived in the tree, affectionately known as “Luna,” to prevent Pacific Lumber Company loggers from cutting it down.

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Timestamp: 1410835486

jyetro:

Julia Butterfly Hill lived in a 180-foot (55 m)-tall, roughly 1500-year-old California Redwood tree  for 738 days between December 10, 1997 and December 18, 1999. Hill lived in the tree, affectionately known as “Luna,” to prevent Pacific Lumber Company loggers from cutting it down.

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nyctaeus:

Clouds cast thousand-mile shadows into Space when viewed aboard the International Space Station. Photos by geophysicist and current astronaut Alexander Gerst.

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Timestamp: 1410835444

nyctaeus:

Clouds cast thousand-mile shadows into Space when viewed aboard the International Space Station. Photos by geophysicist and current astronaut Alexander Gerst.

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