Hetalia, Attack on Titan, Free!, others ♥

bevsi:

modern disneys 

reapergrellsutcliff:

Original | [x]

(Quelle: munching-on-pocky)

the-actual-universe:

Announcing Kepler 186-f: the First Earth-sized Exoplanet in the Habitable ZoneFor the past five years, the Kepler Space Telescope has allowed astronomers to observe over 3,800 potential exoplanets and confirm around 950 of them. Many of these planets have been discovered in what’s known as the goldilocks zone. This is an area around a host star where the conditions are right for liquid water to pool on a planet’s surface. Simply being in the habitable or goldilocks zone does not guarantee a planet will be habitable – the conditions have to be just right. Over the years, Kepler has spotted planets that were too hot or too large to truly be habitable. Today astronomers from NASA Ames and the SETI Institute have announced the discovery and validation of the first Earth-sized exoplanet orbiting its host star in the habitable zone. The host star, Kepler-186 is an older, dim red dwarf (or M dwarf) star. This system is home to five exoplanets, one of which could potentially have conditions ideal for life. The planet Kepler-186f, is on the outer edge of the habitable zone, orbiting its star once every 130 days and is approximately ten percent larger than Earth. The system is located approximately 500 light-years from Earth in the constellation Cygnus. Red dwarf stars are the most common stellar variety, with 7 out of every 10 stars in the Milky Way being M dwarf stars. Unlike our Sun, which is a yellow dwarf (G-type star), M dwarf stars are much cooler and dimmer. It is nearly impossible to determine the age of red dwarfs; however, their long life spans and cooler temperatures result in a closer habitable zone. M dwarf stars could very well be home to life beyond Earth. There are many characteristics of habitable planets aside from their location in the habitable zone – planet size and atmospheric conditions also play a role. Based on Kepler observations, astronomers have determined the size of Kepler-186f but not the composition or mass. Previous data indicates a planet the size of Kepler-186f would have a rocky composition similar to the Earth’s. Astronomers made this exciting discovery using the transitive method. The host star was observed and any dip in brightness would be indicative of another celestial body (such as a planet) crossing in front of it. Since Kepler-186f is only slightly larger than Earth and orbits fairly close to its star, we cannot directly observe it here on Earth. However with the upcoming Transiting Exoplanet Search Satellite (TESS) launching in 2017 and the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) launching in 2018, we should soon be able to have a clearer picture of what Kepler-186f and other M dwarf planets are made of. -ALTImage & Source Credit: NASA/SETI Institute/JPL-Caltech

the-actual-universe:

Announcing Kepler 186-f: the First Earth-sized Exoplanet in the Habitable Zone

For the past five years, the Kepler Space Telescope has allowed astronomers to observe over 3,800 potential exoplanets and confirm around 950 of them. Many of these planets have been discovered in what’s known as the goldilocks zone. This is an area around a host star where the conditions are right for liquid water to pool on a planet’s surface. Simply being in the habitable or goldilocks zone does not guarantee a planet will be habitable – the conditions have to be just right. Over the years, Kepler has spotted planets that were too hot or too large to truly be habitable. Today astronomers from NASA Ames and the SETI Institute have announced the discovery and validation of the first Earth-sized exoplanet orbiting its host star in the habitable zone. 

The host star, Kepler-186 is an older, dim red dwarf (or M dwarf) star. This system is home to five exoplanets, one of which could potentially have conditions ideal for life. The planet Kepler-186f, is on the outer edge of the habitable zone, orbiting its star once every 130 days and is approximately ten percent larger than Earth. The system is located approximately 500 light-years from Earth in the constellation Cygnus. Red dwarf stars are the most common stellar variety, with 7 out of every 10 stars in the Milky Way being M dwarf stars. Unlike our Sun, which is a yellow dwarf (G-type star), M dwarf stars are much cooler and dimmer. It is nearly impossible to determine the age of red dwarfs; however, their long life spans and cooler temperatures result in a closer habitable zone. M dwarf stars could very well be home to life beyond Earth. 

There are many characteristics of habitable planets aside from their location in the habitable zone – planet size and atmospheric conditions also play a role. Based on Kepler observations, astronomers have determined the size of Kepler-186f but not the composition or mass. Previous data indicates a planet the size of Kepler-186f would have a rocky composition similar to the Earth’s. Astronomers made this exciting discovery using the transitive method. The host star was observed and any dip in brightness would be indicative of another celestial body (such as a planet) crossing in front of it. Since Kepler-186f is only slightly larger than Earth and orbits fairly close to its star, we cannot directly observe it here on Earth. However with the upcoming Transiting Exoplanet Search Satellite (TESS) launching in 2017 and the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) launching in 2018, we should soon be able to have a clearer picture of what Kepler-186f and other M dwarf planets are made of. 

-ALT

Image & Source Credit: NASA/SETI Institute/JPL-Caltech

reiner—braun:

ちっちゃい104期生とおかあさん by このもと

A young 104th rookie squad with their mother

kaciart:

vanoty:

For Windows.

My friends and I occasionally have this problem so I’ve taught them this simple method that takes less than a minute as opposed to waiting several for your computer to restart(especially if it’s slow).

What’s great about this method is that sometimes restarting your computer wont fix the problem, but this usually will.

MAKE SURE YOU CLOSE ALL YOUR ART APPS.

This is important, otherwise the changes wont take effect. If it doesn’t work the first time, try again, sometimes it takes restarting it more than once.

For Windows 8, search for “services.msc” in your apps and click on the result. Continue from there!

Now go draw, babies!

You are a LIFESAVER

Ive been having so much trouble with my tablet driver and this sorted it right out just now.

(Quelle: tabi-san)

kinspirational:

flower covered areas

sources

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jeza-red:

newvagabond:

pandalolli
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valdrein:

rapunzelcomplex:

gazzymouse:

It took me 12 years to go frame by frame and realize that weird lag I had always noticed was Tulio pausing to kiss Miguel before pushing him off the cliff in a desperate attempt to save their lives…

MY SHIP IS UNSINKABLE

The Road to El Dorado: Miguel & Tulio: The original script had them be lovers, calling each other ‘darling’ and such. Although the idea was shot down, they left in scenes where you can kind of tell what they were pushing for.”

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You’re forgetting the scene in the beginning where they’re prisoners in the ship. Tulio is lifting Miguel so Miguel and look out, and Tulio briefly rubs his face against Miguel’s ass. Best. ever. 

Don’t

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fucking get me started

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on my gay analysis

of El fucking Dorado

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^This part is subtle and often missed. At the end, when Tulio and Miguel are reunited, they run to hug each other and Altivo interrupts just as Tulio has his hand on his pal’s waist.

All gifs here made by me because SACRIFICES! I actually have hundreds more to make but who knows if I’ll ever finish—especially since my hard drive kaboomed and I lost my perfectly organized clips.