This is just so incredible when you stop to think about it. You and your partner are together in a capsule heading to Mars. Just the two of you in space, floating in a capsule…the magnitude of that concept goes beyond epic at this point in time.http://io9.com/5987372/everything-we-know-about-dennis-titos-2018-human-mission-to-mars

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Hacienda Uayamon en Yucatán

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Hacienda Uayamon en Yucatán

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Cluster of Galaxies RXCJ0937.9-2020 
Credit: ESO 

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Cluster of Galaxies RXCJ0937.9-2020 

Credit: ESO 

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Iglesia de Santa Mónica
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1968 Elrod House | Architect: John Lautner | Palm Springs, CA | Photos: Leland Y. Lee

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Here a ferrofluid climbs a spiral steel structure sitting on an electromagnet. Magnetic field lines emanating from the sculpture’s edges tend to push the ferrofluid out into long spikes—part of the normal field instability—but surface tension resists. The short, somewhat squat spikes we see are the balance struck between these opposing forces. Though known for their wild appearance, ferrofluids appear many in common applications, including hard drives, speakers, and MRI contrast agents. Researchers have also recently suggested they might help understand the behavior of the multiverse. (Photo credit: P. Davis et al.)

fuckyeahfluiddynamics:

Here a ferrofluid climbs a spiral steel structure sitting on an electromagnet. Magnetic field lines emanating from the sculpture’s edges tend to push the ferrofluid out into long spikes—part of the normal field instability—but surface tension resists. The short, somewhat squat spikes we see are the balance struck between these opposing forces. Though known for their wild appearance, ferrofluids appear many in common applications, including hard drives, speakers, and MRI contrast agents. Researchers have also recently suggested they might help understand the behavior of the multiverse. (Photo credit: P. Davis et al.)

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