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Francisco Rosas. Not much to say.
Ambitious and determined.
Emotional and Loving.
Imaginative, Shrewd, Cautious, Protective and Sympathetic.
Changeable, Moody, Overemotional, and Touchy.

Likes: The Universe. Math. Science. Solving problems. Helping others. Arguing. Hugs. Intellect. Joy. Smiles. Challenges. New experiences. Banters. Discovery. Learning. Knowledge. Passion.

Dislikes: Hate. Depression. People who repeat themselves too often (especially with jokes). Advice. Being told what to do. Society. Corruption..

13th December 2011

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24th November 2011

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23rd October 2011

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18th October 2011

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This is how I usually talk to girls…

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16th October 2011

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Living with roommates: Perception vs Reality

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14th October 2011

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F-YEAH!

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F-YEAH!

14th October 2011

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14th October 2011

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The Color of IC 1795
This sharp cosmic portrait features glowing gas and obscuring dust clouds in IC 1795, a star forming region in the northern constellation Cassiopeia. Also cataloged as NGC 896, the nebula’s remarkable details, shown in its dominant red color, were captured using a sensitive camera, and long exposures that include image data from a narrowband filter. The narrow filter transmits only H-alpha light, the red light of hydrogen atoms. Ionized by ultraviolet light from energetic young stars, a hydrogen atom emits the characteristic H-alpha light as its single electron is recaptured and transitions to lower energy states. (More)
[Image Credit & Copyright: Bob and Janice Fera (Fera Photography)]

The Color of IC 1795

This sharp cosmic portrait features glowing gas and obscuring dust clouds in IC 1795, a star forming region in the northern constellation Cassiopeia. Also cataloged as NGC 896, the nebula’s remarkable details, shown in its dominant red color, were captured using a sensitive camera, and long exposures that include image data from a narrowband filter. The narrow filter transmits only H-alpha light, the red light of hydrogen atoms. Ionized by ultraviolet light from energetic young stars, a hydrogen atom emits the characteristic H-alpha light as its single electron is recaptured and transitions to lower energy states. (More)

[Image Credit & CopyrightBob and Janice Fera (Fera Photography)]

Tagged: gasastronomydustcolornebulacloudspace

14th October 2011

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NGC 7635: The Bubble Nebula 
It’s the bubble versus the cloud. NGC 7635, the Bubble Nebula, is being pushed out by the stellar wind of massive central star BD+602522. Next door, though, lives a giant molecular cloud, visible to the right. At this place in space, an irresistible force meets an immovable object in an interesting way. The cloud is able to contain the expansion of the bubble gas, but gets blasted by the hot radiation from the bubble's central star. The radiation heats up dense regions of the molecular cloud causing it to glow. (More)
[Image Credit & Copyright: Larry Van Vleet]
These are always amazing. I always love them. <3

NGC 7635: The Bubble Nebula 

It’s the bubble versus the cloud. NGC 7635, the Bubble Nebula, is being pushed out by the stellar wind of massive central star BD+602522. Next door, though, lives a giant molecular cloud, visible to the right. At this place in space, an irresistible force meets an immovable object in an interesting way. The cloud is able to contain the expansion of the bubble gas, but gets blasted by the hot radiation from the bubble's central star. The radiation heats up dense regions of the molecular cloud causing it to glow. (More)

[Image Credit & Copyright: Larry Van Vleet]

These are always amazing. I always love them. <3

Tagged: nebulabubblestellarwindmassiveastronomyawesome

14th October 2011

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A Strange Sunrise Over Argentina 
Why would a rising Sun look so strange? No one is yet sure. What is clear is that the above unusual sunrise was captured last month from Buenos Aires, Argentina. The body of water in the foreground is Rio de La Plata, considered by many to be the widest river in the world. Although the above image is actually a combination of a normal and a very short exposure needed to avoid oversaturating the bright Sun, the photographer saw this unusual structure with his own eyes, indicating that this effect was caused by neither reflections nor distortions in the camera or lens. (More)
[Image Credit &amp; Copyright: Luis Argerich]

A Strange Sunrise Over Argentina 

Why would a rising Sun look so strange? No one is yet sure. What is clear is that the above unusual sunrise was captured last month from Buenos AiresArgentina. The body of water in the foreground is Rio de La Plata, considered by many to be the widest river in the world. Although the above image is actually a combination of a normal and a very short exposure needed to avoid oversaturating the bright Sun, the photographer saw this unusual structure with his own eyes, indicating that this effect was caused by neither reflections nor distortions in the camera or lens. (More)

[Image Credit & Copyright: Luis Argerich]

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