Did Someone Say CAKE?!?!
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monthofmay:

Redditor’s wife knitted a beautiful star chart shawl.

this is the pattern i just reblogged the ravelry link to, except they apparently left out the yarnover eyelets, and i think i like it better.

Oh. Oohhhhh. Someone please knit this for me, in black and charcoal and silver.

Wow, I want to buy something like that!

ladyamesindy LOOK LOOOOOOOOOK

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explainers-nysci:

Every 11 years, our sun reaches a height in its solar cycle. During this solar maximum, the sun’s polarity disappears for a bit, and re-emerges with its poles in the opposite direction. 
Fortunately for us, late 2013 is the expected time for the the sun’s solar maximum. While we may not be able to see this awesome natural occurrence, we do see its effect on earth. 
The change in polarity causes the sun to emit charged particles throughout the galaxy. Some of these particles fall into the Earth’s atmosphere and on impact radiate different gases in the form of light, also known as the Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights).
With the Solar Maximum occurring, this winter’s Northern Lights will be a spectacle everyone needs to keep an eye on!
Sources: NASA SPACE SUN PICTURE

explainers-nysci:

Every 11 years, our sun reaches a height in its solar cycle. During this solar maximum, the sun’s polarity disappears for a bit, and re-emerges with its poles in the opposite direction. 

Fortunately for us, late 2013 is the expected time for the the sun’s solar maximum. While we may not be able to see this awesome natural occurrence, we do see its effect on earth. 

The change in polarity causes the sun to emit charged particles throughout the galaxy. Some of these particles fall into the Earth’s atmosphere and on impact radiate different gases in the form of light, also known as the Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights).

With the Solar Maximum occurring, this winter’s Northern Lights will be a spectacle everyone needs to keep an eye on!

Sources: NASA SPACE SUN PICTURE

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izzydoodledump:

Disney Halloween: Aurora
Next to Bell as Hermione, Aurora as Daenerys Targaryen has easily been the most suggested for this series, so here it is! I have a confession to make. I’ve never even seen Game of Thrones. (Don’t shoot me!) Im poor and i don’t have HBO :/ So this one took a little bit of research. Did i do both character justice?
What do you think?If you have any ideas for the other princesses,  Let me know!View the rest of the series here!

izzydoodledump:

Disney Halloween: Aurora

Next to Bell as Hermione, Aurora as Daenerys Targaryen has easily been the most suggested for this series, so here it is! I have a confession to make. I’ve never even seen Game of Thrones. (Don’t shoot me!) Im poor and i don’t have HBO :/ So this one took a little bit of research. Did i do both character justice?

What do you think?
If you have any ideas for the other princesses,  Let me know!
View the rest of the series here!