15-LOVE. Get it, because I love him.
15-LOVE. Get it, because I love him.
It’s called magnetic reconnection and it’s the secret behind explosions on the surface of the sun. With new footage from 2 spaceships, NASA scientists were able to make this explanatory video on the mysterious process.
Planning some beach time at the weekend? Read on. (Via @PhilLucas)
Warning: This will change your perspective on everything in the universe.
Manhattanhenge occurs twice a year when the sun aligns itself with the east-west streets in Manhattan, New York.
Plus a mind-blowing time lapse video of the sun, the cutest sandwich bags in the world, and a stringent legal analysis of a Carrie Underwood song.
That globe of hot plasma could swallow the Earth whole. No big deal.
Freaky rare natural phenomena = so hot right now.
Try not to laugh along. Just try.
Thanks, Science Photography! Special filters and satellites caught some pretty impressive images yesterday of Venus transiting the sun, a phenomenon where Venus passes between the Earth and the Sun, that won’t happen again for 100 years.
After 25 years on the road veteran trucker Bill McElligott’s face shows the staggering effects of prolonged exposure to the sun. While the right side of his face looks his age (69), the left side is wrinkled and sagging from years of sun damage through the window of his truck. Note to self: Sunscreen.
In case avoiding cancer isn’t a good enough reason. A truck driver for 28 years, this 69 year old man suffers extreme pre-mature aging only on the driver’s side of his face.
Please use sunscreen everyone. I cannot stress this enough. (via reddit.com)
The best place to see the eclipse was across Asia and parts of the western United States. It was the first solar eclipse visible in North America in nearly 18 years.
Anything getting close to the sun would surely burn up. The only explanation then? Aliens. Or Cosmic Rays. Or Camera Malfunction.
The sun truly is a ball of rage and hate. For the first time ever, a massive solar tornado was caught on camera, dramatizing the hellish power of the sun.
Are you feeling depressed? Need a little more Vitamin D in your life? Then Bora Bora has the (conceptual) pill for you! The design was created for the Festival of Lights exhibition at Gallery Tator in Lyon, France where it was actually revealed in a pharmacy. (via designboom.com)
Surrrrrrre it was. This is supposedly video of a creature long known to be extinct crossing a river in Siberia. It was published by notorious British tabloid The Sun. Make of it what you will.
Following the shortest day of the year, at 12:03am this morning the Sun was at its greatest distance from the celestial equator marking the solstice and the beginning of winter. Although the days are short, there is good news!
Shield your eyes, children! You’ll need an SPF 100 yard restraining order.
No longer shall we be fettered by the limited human vision spectrum! Using their new Solar Dynamics Observatory, NASA is now uploading daily photos of the sun in wide range of ultraviolet and x-ray wavelengths.
Just let it all hang out, dude. And not a single intercourse was given that day. View Image ›
Get in Line! View Image ›
The Solar Bullet, an eco-friendly marital aid to help you “get off (literally) on saving the planet.” The windmill-powered vibrator was deemed too conspicuous and the nuclear-powered vibrator was labeled by the Pentagon to be a threat to national security. View Image ›
What? There’s no sign on it saying it’s yours or something.
Angeles Duran shows documents which shows the ownership on Sun which said: Owner of the Sun, Spectral Type G2 Star, located in mid of solar system which settled in average distance from earth around 149,600,000 KM.
A woman from Spain has laid claim to the Sun, arguing there’s no law to prevent her. She’s got a point.
There are all sorts of things dogs can use goggles for… swimming, protecting their eyes from the sun… looking adorable. So here’s your daily dose of dogs wearing goggles! View List ›
And while he sat in the sun, happy and oblivious, his owner was nice enough to snap a picture and put it on the internet! Made me giggle. View Image ›