humanoidhistory:

August 30, 2009 — The Space Shuttle Discovery observed as it performed a 360-degree backflip near the International Space Station during mission STS-128. (NASA)

B9 UPDATE?

WITH GIGANTIC PARTS?

AND NEW IVAs WITH RASTERPROP INTEGRATION?

MY KERBALS ARE READY

strategiczergface:

what a nice hoers

spaceexp:

Space Shuttle Discovery, with visible “Teardrop”

(via fuckyeahspaceship)

ifuckingloveminerals:

Heinrichite

Krunkelbach Valley Uranium deposit, Menzenschwand, Black Forest, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

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architectureofdoom:

"The ‘320° Licht’ installation of urbanscreen uses the cathedral-like beauty of the Oberhausen’s Gasometer in Germany as the starting point for a fascinating game with shapes and light. Within a radius of 320 degrees graphic patterns grow and change on the 100-metre high inside wall of the Gasometer."

architectureofdoom:

Dom Bosco Sanctuary, Brasilia, Carlos Alberto Naves, 1963.

Stained glass by Hubert Van Doorne. View this on the map

This and the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church seem to have been taking inspiration from similar sources.

everyonedies:

dictatorboy:

My saint bernard lets the outside cats sleep with him

ARE YOU SERIOUS

(via insatiablytaken)

saladgoesmoo:

My cat does this, and it’s like “DUDE! CAT! PERSONAL BUBBLE INVADED.”

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projecthabu:

     As you can see, Blackbird Airpark in Palmdale, California is home to not one, but two Blackbird aircraft. In the first photo, you can see SR-71A #17973 on the left, and A-12 #06924 on the right, which I covered in a previous post (click here to view). On the far right side of the photo, you can see D-21B #525, and U-2D 56-6721 is in the background. 

     On May 24, 1987, SR-71A #17973 was flying in the RAF Mildenhall Air Fete Airshow, when the pilot, flying too slowly, pulled up just as the afterburner ignited, overstressing the airframe. The aircraft landed safely at RAF Mildenhall, where temporary repairs were made. On June 21, she was flown to Palmdale for permanent repairs, but it was decided that the aircraft was essentially totaled. She was retired with a total of 1,729.9 flight hours, then put on display at Blackbird Airpark in September 1991, alongside A-12 #06924, creating probably the most stunning Blackbird museum display.