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fuckyeahcyber-punk:

Cover Art by Scott Keating

fuckyeahcyber-punk:

Cover Art by Scott Keating

mymodernmet:

The Abyss Table is a stunning coffee table that mimics the depths of the ocean with stacked layers of wood and glass. Made by London-based furniture design company Duffy London, the limited-edition piece comes with the hefty price tag of £5,800 (nearly $10,000).

The Falcon?

The Falcon?

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deviantart:

Naolito never fails to see jest hidden within daily life! 

Art feature

spacewatching:

On November 3, 1961 former President Harry S. Truman visited the newly opened NASA Headquarters, Washington D.C. Accompanied by former NASA Administrator James E. Webb, he was presented with a collection of rocket models for his Presidential Library in Independence, Missouri.

spacewatching:

On November 3, 1961 former President Harry S. Truman visited the newly opened NASA Headquarters, Washington D.C. Accompanied by former NASA Administrator James E. Webb, he was presented with a collection of rocket models for his Presidential Library in Independence, Missouri.

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pennyfornasa:

SpaceX Releases Video Of Successful Falcon 9 Rocket Landing At Sea

Two weeks ago SpaceX launched a Falcon 9 rocket carrying the Dragon spacecraft to the International Space Station as part of the company’s third cargo resupply mission. It was also the first SpaceX launch with landing legs attached to test a soft landing of the rocket’s first stage at sea. Prior to launch SpaceX had estimated a 30 to 40 percent chance of success.

Later the same evening SpaceX confirmed via social media that the soft landing at sea was a success, saying:

"Data upload from tracking plane shows first stage landing in Atlantic was good! Flight computers continued transmitting for 8 seconds after reaching the water."

The successful soft landing is a significant step forward in developing reusable-rocket technology that could dramatically reduce the cost of space exploration. The ultimate goal is have the Falcon 9’s first stage booster fly itself back to a landing pad, so they can quickly turnaround and reuse them.

Watch the (repaired) video from the Falcon 9 rocket’s onboard camera here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=er66BActC4E

If you want to help improve the video quality of the raw footage received from the Falcon 9’s onboard camera, go here: http://www.spacex.com/news/2014/04/29/first-stage-landing-video

Most of NASA’s funding goes to out-of-house contractors, such as SpaceX, in the private sector. By advocating for an increase in NASA’s budget you are helping SpaceX reduce the cost of space exploration for all of us! Take action today! Tell Congress to increase NASA’s budget: http://www.penny4nasa.org/take-action/

The first image shows the Falcon 9’s first stage prior to launch with landing legs attached. The second image is of the launch of the Falcon 9 rocket carrying cargo to the ISS. And the third image was captured by the Falcon 9 rocket’s onboard camera right before its successful splashdown at sea showing a controlled landing with the landing legs deployed properly.

Image Credit: SpaceX / NASA

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Blade Runner

Colors

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absolutelycinephile:

Alice X. Zhang’s Blade Runner. 

absolutelycinephile:

Alice X. Zhang’s Blade Runner. 

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