Hubble Space Telescope spots 10-billion-year-old spiral galaxy, oldest ever seen. - latimes.com

Mr. Hubble’s locker at Mt. Wilson Observatory. #california #mtwilson #astronomy #science #pasadena # (Taken with Instagram)

Mr. Hubble’s locker at Mt. Wilson Observatory. #california #mtwilson #astronomy #science #pasadena # (Taken with Instagram)

Solar telescope from beneath. #california #pasadena #science #mtwilson #astronomy #blue  (Taken with Instagram)

Solar telescope from beneath. #california #pasadena #science #mtwilson #astronomy #blue (Taken with Instagram)

Whatever CoLa wants. #astronomy #mtwilson #science #losangeles #pasadena #california #colette (Taken with Instagram)

Whatever CoLa wants. #astronomy #mtwilson #science #losangeles #pasadena #california #colette (Taken with Instagram)

Wilson! #losangeles #mtwilson #science #astronomy #blue  (Taken with Instagram)

Wilson! #losangeles #mtwilson #science #astronomy #blue (Taken with Instagram)

the-iridescence:

Night View: California, Mexico’s Baja California and the Gulf of Cortez
City lights illuminate this night time view of southern California, Mexico’s Baja California and the Gulf of Cortez, as photographed by one the Expedition 28 crew members onboard the International Space Station flying at altitude of approximately 220 miles. A 15-mm focal length was used to capture the time lapse image. The thin line of Earth’s atmosphere is visible above the horizon.
 (by NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center)

the-iridescence:

Night View: California, Mexico’s Baja California and the Gulf of Cortez

City lights illuminate this night time view of southern California, Mexico’s Baja California and the Gulf of Cortez, as photographed by one the Expedition 28 crew members onboard the International Space Station flying at altitude of approximately 220 miles. A 15-mm focal length was used to capture the time lapse image. The thin line of Earth’s atmosphere is visible above the horizon.

 (by NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center)

http://sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov/pickoftheweek/C2_CometCME.mov

And we’re dead.

Comet Elenin Won't Kill Us, Says NASA

now what

The brightest object ever found, a ‘monster quasar’.  It took 12.9 billion years for the light to reach us here in Hollywood.

The brightest object ever found, a ‘monster quasar’.  It took 12.9 billion years for the light to reach us here in Hollywood.

massive solar flare