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thegoddamazon:

mirelurk-cakes:

aspaceplasma:

Twilight phenomena

Twilight phenomenon is produced when unburned particles of missile or rocket propellant and water left in the vapor trail of a launch vehicle condenses, freezes and then expands in the less dense upper atmosphere. The exhaust plume, which is suspended against a dark sky is then illuminated by reflective high altitude sunlight, which produces a spectacular, colorful effect when seen at ground level. The phenomenon typically occurs with launches that take place either 30 to 60 minutes before sunrise or after sunset when a booster rocket or missile rises out of the darkness and into a sunlit area, relative to an observer’s perspective on the ground.
This phenomenon usually produces a cloud of green, blue, white and rose colored hues which takes on a corkscrew appearance as it is whipped around by wind currents. It is seen within two to three minutes after a launch has occurred. Depending on weather conditions, it could remain in the sky for up to half an hour before dispersing.
Pre-dawn launches are probably less spectacular than their dusk counterparts. During dusk launches, the sunlight shines through the exhaust plume. Pre-dawn launches, on the other hand, produce a more subtle display because the sunlight directly reflects off the plume.


ALL HAIL THE GLOW CLOUD.

Somebody gathered all seven dragon balls.
thegoddamazon:

mirelurk-cakes:

aspaceplasma:

Twilight phenomena

Twilight phenomenon is produced when unburned particles of missile or rocket propellant and water left in the vapor trail of a launch vehicle condenses, freezes and then expands in the less dense upper atmosphere. The exhaust plume, which is suspended against a dark sky is then illuminated by reflective high altitude sunlight, which produces a spectacular, colorful effect when seen at ground level. The phenomenon typically occurs with launches that take place either 30 to 60 minutes before sunrise or after sunset when a booster rocket or missile rises out of the darkness and into a sunlit area, relative to an observer’s perspective on the ground.
This phenomenon usually produces a cloud of green, blue, white and rose colored hues which takes on a corkscrew appearance as it is whipped around by wind currents. It is seen within two to three minutes after a launch has occurred. Depending on weather conditions, it could remain in the sky for up to half an hour before dispersing.
Pre-dawn launches are probably less spectacular than their dusk counterparts. During dusk launches, the sunlight shines through the exhaust plume. Pre-dawn launches, on the other hand, produce a more subtle display because the sunlight directly reflects off the plume.


ALL HAIL THE GLOW CLOUD.

Somebody gathered all seven dragon balls.
thegoddamazon:

mirelurk-cakes:

aspaceplasma:

Twilight phenomena

Twilight phenomenon is produced when unburned particles of missile or rocket propellant and water left in the vapor trail of a launch vehicle condenses, freezes and then expands in the less dense upper atmosphere. The exhaust plume, which is suspended against a dark sky is then illuminated by reflective high altitude sunlight, which produces a spectacular, colorful effect when seen at ground level. The phenomenon typically occurs with launches that take place either 30 to 60 minutes before sunrise or after sunset when a booster rocket or missile rises out of the darkness and into a sunlit area, relative to an observer’s perspective on the ground.
This phenomenon usually produces a cloud of green, blue, white and rose colored hues which takes on a corkscrew appearance as it is whipped around by wind currents. It is seen within two to three minutes after a launch has occurred. Depending on weather conditions, it could remain in the sky for up to half an hour before dispersing.
Pre-dawn launches are probably less spectacular than their dusk counterparts. During dusk launches, the sunlight shines through the exhaust plume. Pre-dawn launches, on the other hand, produce a more subtle display because the sunlight directly reflects off the plume.


ALL HAIL THE GLOW CLOUD.

Somebody gathered all seven dragon balls.
thegoddamazon:

mirelurk-cakes:

aspaceplasma:

Twilight phenomena

Twilight phenomenon is produced when unburned particles of missile or rocket propellant and water left in the vapor trail of a launch vehicle condenses, freezes and then expands in the less dense upper atmosphere. The exhaust plume, which is suspended against a dark sky is then illuminated by reflective high altitude sunlight, which produces a spectacular, colorful effect when seen at ground level. The phenomenon typically occurs with launches that take place either 30 to 60 minutes before sunrise or after sunset when a booster rocket or missile rises out of the darkness and into a sunlit area, relative to an observer’s perspective on the ground.
This phenomenon usually produces a cloud of green, blue, white and rose colored hues which takes on a corkscrew appearance as it is whipped around by wind currents. It is seen within two to three minutes after a launch has occurred. Depending on weather conditions, it could remain in the sky for up to half an hour before dispersing.
Pre-dawn launches are probably less spectacular than their dusk counterparts. During dusk launches, the sunlight shines through the exhaust plume. Pre-dawn launches, on the other hand, produce a more subtle display because the sunlight directly reflects off the plume.


ALL HAIL THE GLOW CLOUD.

Somebody gathered all seven dragon balls.
thegoddamazon:

mirelurk-cakes:

aspaceplasma:

Twilight phenomena

Twilight phenomenon is produced when unburned particles of missile or rocket propellant and water left in the vapor trail of a launch vehicle condenses, freezes and then expands in the less dense upper atmosphere. The exhaust plume, which is suspended against a dark sky is then illuminated by reflective high altitude sunlight, which produces a spectacular, colorful effect when seen at ground level. The phenomenon typically occurs with launches that take place either 30 to 60 minutes before sunrise or after sunset when a booster rocket or missile rises out of the darkness and into a sunlit area, relative to an observer’s perspective on the ground.
This phenomenon usually produces a cloud of green, blue, white and rose colored hues which takes on a corkscrew appearance as it is whipped around by wind currents. It is seen within two to three minutes after a launch has occurred. Depending on weather conditions, it could remain in the sky for up to half an hour before dispersing.
Pre-dawn launches are probably less spectacular than their dusk counterparts. During dusk launches, the sunlight shines through the exhaust plume. Pre-dawn launches, on the other hand, produce a more subtle display because the sunlight directly reflects off the plume.


ALL HAIL THE GLOW CLOUD.

Somebody gathered all seven dragon balls.

thegoddamazon:

mirelurk-cakes:

aspaceplasma:

Twilight phenomena

Twilight phenomenon is produced when unburned particles of missile or rocket propellant and water left in the vapor trail of a launch vehicle condenses, freezes and then expands in the less dense upper atmosphere. The exhaust plume, which is suspended against a dark sky is then illuminated by reflective high altitude sunlight, which produces a spectacular, colorful effect when seen at ground level. The phenomenon typically occurs with launches that take place either 30 to 60 minutes before sunrise or after sunset when a booster rocket or missile rises out of the darkness and into a sunlit area, relative to an observer’s perspective on the ground.

This phenomenon usually produces a cloud of green, blue, white and rose colored hues which takes on a corkscrew appearance as it is whipped around by wind currents. It is seen within two to three minutes after a launch has occurred. Depending on weather conditions, it could remain in the sky for up to half an hour before dispersing.

Pre-dawn launches are probably less spectacular than their dusk counterparts. During dusk launches, the sunlight shines through the exhaust plume. Pre-dawn launches, on the other hand, produce a more subtle display because the sunlight directly reflects off the plume.

ALL HAIL THE GLOW CLOUD.

Somebody gathered all seven dragon balls.

Reblogged on 19 Apr 2014 from homestuck-arts
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cparris:


Why Is It That Some Characters Are Much Easier To Draw Than Others
Hands Are Always A Bitch To Draw Though

cparris:

Why Is It That Some Characters Are Much Easier To Draw Than Others

Hands Are Always A Bitch To Draw Though

Reblogged on 19 Apr 2014 from gasmaskdirkstrider
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lemoro:

I know its a pretty common headcanon to have Karkat as a little shortstop and Kanaya as tall and slender, but initially my first thoughts of their physical attributes were almost the opposite.
I had pictured Kanaya to be short and a bit fuller (following with motherly archetypes here) and Karkat to be somewhat taller.
Just something I was thinking about this morning. also changed my watermark to my signature initals not really important though

lemoro:

I know its a pretty common headcanon to have Karkat as a little shortstop and Kanaya as tall and slender, but initially my first thoughts of their physical attributes were almost the opposite.

I had pictured Kanaya to be short and a bit fuller (following with motherly archetypes here) and Karkat to be somewhat taller.

Just something I was thinking about this morning. also changed my watermark to my signature initals not really important though

Reblogged on 19 Apr 2014 from radyuri
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(Source: seansoo)

Reblogged on 19 Apr 2014 from angryjaeger
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angryjaeger:

heterochromia!eren because I’ve been seeing fanart of it and wow what a cool idea

angryjaeger:

heterochromia!eren because I’ve been seeing fanart of it and wow what a cool idea

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リンク描いてみた | ぽm
※Permission to upload this was given by the artist.

リンク描いてみた | ぽm

※Permission to upload this was given by the artist.

(Source: aanouki)

Reblogged on 19 Apr 2014 from drunk-gamzee
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wind-swept-muse:

Well, I couldn’t beat this to death more than I already have, so I’m just going to upload it…
Dave this time! 
John: (x)
Jade: (x)

wind-swept-muse:

Well, I couldn’t beat this to death more than I already have, so I’m just going to upload it…

Dave this time! 

John: (x)

Jade: (x)

Reblogged on 19 Apr 2014 from drunk-gamzee
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wind-swept-muse:

Holy crap it’s finally done. 
John: (x)
Dave: (x)

wind-swept-muse:

Holy crap it’s finally done. 

John: (x)

Dave: (x)

Reblogged on 19 Apr 2014 from vanishedschism
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tickingtimebox:

The flustered Hussie skitters across the screen in search of food. Let us watch as this remarkable creature explores this new and unfamiliar habitat.

tickingtimebox:

The flustered Hussie skitters across the screen in search of food. Let us watch as this remarkable creature explores this new and unfamiliar habitat.

(Source: iamtonysexual)

Reblogged on 19 Apr 2014 from drunk-gamzee
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mqrcobodt:

Don’t pause Attack on Titan unless you want the most clear shot of Armin’s butt in the history of ever.

mqrcobodt:

Don’t pause Attack on Titan unless you want the most clear shot of Armin’s butt in the history of ever.

(Source: killuaw)

Reblogged on 19 Apr 2014 from squidstiel
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jhonenstalker:

ghostfacin:

6l99dm9uth-cali69rn:

jhonenstalker:

the creator of tumblr looks like hussies long lost brother

image

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What if they’re ectosiblings?

or what if

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IG NYASFAK.,JL GI DYD 

WOW 

Reblogged on 19 Apr 2014 from this-one-moment
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this-one-moment:

☯✞✞∞

this-one-moment:

☯✞✞∞

(Source: thexzheen)

Reblogged on 19 Apr 2014 from this-one-moment
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this-one-moment:

☯✞✞∞
Reblogged on 19 Apr 2014 from adweeb
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fukkkres:

u lucky he holdin me back bitch 

fukkkres:

u lucky he holdin me back bitch 

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