Ask me anything   I'd like to change the world someday.

Im confident a place like this exists somewhere in the galaxy.

Im confident a place like this exists somewhere in the galaxy.

— 3 hours ago
#krypton 
berkeleyengineering:

MIT’s Tangible Media Group creates inFORM, a Dynamic Shape Display that renders 3D content physically.

Through inFORM, users can interact with digital information in a tangible way.  inFORM can also interact with the physical world around it, e.g. moving objects on the table’s surface.

berkeleyengineering:

MIT’s Tangible Media Group creates inFORM, a Dynamic Shape Display that renders 3D content physically.

Through inFORM, users can interact with digital information in a tangible way. inFORM can also interact with the physical world around it, e.g. moving objects on the table’s surface.

(Source: vimeo.com)

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spacettf:

Kepler-186 by Digital Drew Space Art on Flickr.Tramite Flickr:
Kepler-186 is a red dwarf in the constellation Cygnus which hosts a planet (Kepler-186f) in its habitable zone that has a radius slightly larger than Earth’s.  The discovery of the planet Kepler-186f was announced on April 17, 2014.  Although it is not possible with present-day technology to determine the surface or atmospheric conditions of the planet, the planet’s size and location make it a possible candidate for a world like our own.

spacettf:

Kepler-186 by Digital Drew Space Art on Flickr.

Tramite Flickr:
Kepler-186 is a red dwarf in the constellation Cygnus which hosts a planet (Kepler-186f) in its habitable zone that has a radius slightly larger than Earth’s. The discovery of the planet Kepler-186f was announced on April 17, 2014. Although it is not possible with present-day technology to determine the surface or atmospheric conditions of the planet, the planet’s size and location make it a possible candidate for a world like our own.

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djsavone:

This is the truth. This is what’s real. 

djsavone:

This is the truth. This is what’s real. 

(via thekoolkidsrunwild)

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s-e-r-o-tonin:

it’s a funeral service ad omg

s-e-r-o-tonin:

it’s a funeral service ad omg

(Source: hippiesispunkz, via areyoushoree)

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ohstarstuff:

NASA’s Kepler Telescope Discovers First Earth-Size Planet in ‘Habitable Zone’
Kepler-186f is 1.1 times the size of Earth.
Due to its size and location, it’s likely to be rocky. It’s (probably) not some gaseous ball.
It’s 500 lightyears away from Earth.
Scientists hypothesize it is at least several billion years old.
Its years are 130 days long and it gets one-third the energy from its star that Earth gets from the sun. So it’s chilly. On the chilliest end of the habitable zone.
At noon on Kepler-186f, its sun would be about as bright as ours is an hour before sunset.
It has four brother planets, though none of them are habitable. They fly around their sun once every four, seven, 13 and 22 days, so they are way too close and too hot for life.

ohstarstuff:

NASA’s Kepler Telescope Discovers First Earth-Size Planet in ‘Habitable Zone’

  • Kepler-186f is 1.1 times the size of Earth.
  • Due to its size and location, it’s likely to be rocky. It’s (probably) not some gaseous ball.
  • It’s 500 lightyears away from Earth.
  • Scientists hypothesize it is at least several billion years old.
  • Its years are 130 days long and it gets one-third the energy from its star that Earth gets from the sun. So it’s chilly. On the chilliest end of the habitable zone.
  • At noon on Kepler-186f, its sun would be about as bright as ours is an hour before sunset.
  • It has four brother planets, though none of them are habitable. They fly around their sun once every four, seven, 13 and 22 days, so they are way too close and too hot for life.
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