Speaking of Trek I love the above picture.  Not exactly sure what episode (if any) it’s from.  It’s like they stumbled upon some dark gritty corner of Victorian London, the Lost Generation era of 1920s Paris, or some dark alley in 1920s Shanghai or Calcutta (even though really they’re just on the ship and the strange sheen of the corridor is making it seem like they’re out in the fog or something).  Just lovely!

Speaking of Trek I love the above picture. Not exactly sure what episode (if any) it’s from. It’s like they stumbled upon some dark gritty corner of Victorian London, the Lost Generation era of 1920s Paris, or some dark alley in 1920s Shanghai or Calcutta (even though really they’re just on the ship and the strange sheen of the corridor is making it seem like they’re out in the fog or something). Just lovely!

theworldwelivein:

Fog in June| Casentino, Tuscany, Italy© David Butali

theworldwelivein:

Fog in June| Casentino, Tuscany, Italy
© David Butali

npr:

architizer:

Malbaie V Residence by MU architecture

This single family residence in Charlevoix, Canada does its best to mesh with the landscape. Talk about a retreat…
—Daisy

Have been thinking about Trek recently and doesn’t ZS look gorgeous!  I love the 70s vibe the outfit has and Zoe is always stunning :)

Have been thinking about Trek recently and doesn’t ZS look gorgeous! I love the 70s vibe the outfit has and Zoe is always stunning :)

invaderxan:

Planet Venus is transiting the Sun. Right now.

Watch the live stream by NASA Edge or the #VenusHangout on Google+

(via discoverynews)

n-a-s-a:

GALEX: The Andromeda Galaxy
Credit: GALEX, JPL-Caltech, NASA 

n-a-s-a:

GALEX: The Andromeda Galaxy

Credit: GALEX, JPL-Caltech, NASA 

llapnimoy:

I want THAT potato, please.

llapnimoy:

I want THAT potato, please.

kqedscience:

Bioluminescent bloom makes beach a magical minefield

kqedscience:

Bioluminescent bloom makes beach a magical minefield

discoverynews:


Only hours before SpaceX’s Falcon 9 launch vehicle blasts off from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, the first private company to carry out a cargo test-run to the International Space Station (ISS) is ready to make history. Shown here on Friday, the Falcon 9 rocket stands proud on the launchpad.

The launch is still “GO” for 4:55am EST… For updates, follow @Discovery_Space and @astroengine on Twitter!

discoverynews:

Only hours before SpaceX’s Falcon 9 launch vehicle blasts off from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, the first private company to carry out a cargo test-run to the International Space Station (ISS) is ready to make history. Shown here on Friday, the Falcon 9 rocket stands proud on the launchpad.

The launch is still “GO” for 4:55am EST… For updates, follow @Discovery_Space and @astroengine on Twitter!

climateadaptation:

Solid, mind blowing photo essay on Alberta oil tar sands.