wnderlst:

The Prague astronomical clock is the oldest astronomical clock that is still working and displays information such as the relative positions of planetary objects. | Hichem Merabet

wnderlst:

The Prague astronomical clock is the oldest astronomical clock that is still working and displays information such as the relative positions of planetary objects. | Hichem Merabet
allthingseurope:

Puffin Island, Ireland (by zig_rob)

allthingseurope:

Puffin Island, Ireland (by zig_rob)


1970s movie poster for Disney’s Sleeping Beauty

1970s movie poster for Disney’s Sleeping Beauty


Marilyn Monroe photographed by Andre De Dienes, 1949

Marilyn Monroe photographed by Andre De Dienes, 1949

cinyma:

Heathers (1988)

vintagegal:

Nifty Nylons in Beauty parade Magazine (1953)

vintagegal:

Nifty Nylons in Beauty parade Magazine (1953)

guardian:

Experts say a giant panda previously thought to be pregnant may have been more focused on food than giving birth.
“[pregnant pandas] receive more buns, fruits and bamboo, so some have used this to their advantage to improve their quality of life”
Pandering to the crowd » 
Photo: STR/AFP/Getty Images

guardian:

Experts say a giant panda previously thought to be pregnant may have been more focused on food than giving birth.

“[pregnant pandas] receive more buns, fruits and bamboo, so some have used this to their advantage to improve their quality of life”

Pandering to the crowd » 

Photo: STR/AFP/Getty Images

thedemon-hauntedworld:

IC443 - IC444. The Jellyfish Nebula, Supernova Remnant in Gemini
The Jellyfish nebula (IC443) in Gemini is a supernova remnant that is from 8000 years ago (3.000 - 30.000). Although it shares some characteristics with other supernova remnants like the Crab nebula, in this case, the gas threads do hot show a regular outward expansion. The nebular area on the bottom of the image is IC444. The more prominent stars are Mu and Eta Geminorum.
Credit: Antonio Perez Astronomia

thedemon-hauntedworld:

IC443 - IC444. The Jellyfish Nebula, Supernova Remnant in Gemini

The Jellyfish nebula (IC443) in Gemini is a supernova remnant that is from 8000 years ago (3.000 - 30.000). Although it shares some characteristics with other supernova remnants like the Crab nebula, in this case, the gas threads do hot show a regular outward expansion. The nebular area on the bottom of the image is IC444. The more prominent stars are Mu and Eta Geminorum.

Credit: Antonio Perez Astronomia

wnderlst:

Switzerland | Shuchun Du

wnderlst:

Switzerland | Shuchun Du
beben-eleben:

How to get a boyfriend

beben-eleben:

How to get a boyfriend