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photos credit: scoticus

photos credit: scoticus

nodo-chinko:

DAY_105 Good job my son.

nodo-chinko:

DAY_105
Good job my son.

scoticus:

schillebeeckx is this what you were taking about

yes

(Source: benevolentblackgirl)

scoticus:

josh trimed his beard down to stubble :(

i got home from work and all i could say was “what happened to your beard?”

it’s not stubble :*

Diapsiquir – TEST1M5N2O

throneoferebor:

I swear I will keep ranting about them until more people like them. 

(Source: thestagofstormsend)

bobak:

spaceplasma:

Space Music: Symphonies of the Planets

Possibly one of NASA’s most avant-garde projects ever, SYMPHONIES OF THE PLANETS is a five-CD set that is now out of print. Put simply, it consists of recordings made by Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 as they passed by the various planets and moons of our solar system. Although sound as we perceive it cannot travel in the vacuum of space, each planet and moon emits its own electromagnetic “signature” that can be picked up by the right instruments, and those emanations can be converted into sound and recorded onto compact discs for your listening enjoyment. 

Symphonies of the planets (CD 1)
Symphonies of the Planets (CD 2)  

I bought these CDs in middle school. So interesting to listen to!

i have one from when i was 10 or so, it rules
my first noise cd

bobak:

spaceplasma:

Space Music: Symphonies of the Planets

Possibly one of NASA’s most avant-garde projects ever, SYMPHONIES OF THE PLANETS is a five-CD set that is now out of print. Put simply, it consists of recordings made by Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 as they passed by the various planets and moons of our solar system. Although sound as we perceive it cannot travel in the vacuum of space, each planet and moon emits its own electromagnetic “signature” that can be picked up by the right instruments, and those emanations can be converted into sound and recorded onto compact discs for your listening enjoyment.

I bought these CDs in middle school. So interesting to listen to!

i have one from when i was 10 or so, it rules

my first noise cd

(via scoticus)

m0rethanyoubargainedf0r:

catdad:

If at first you don’t succeed, redefine success.

I reblogged this at like 4am and I’ve spent the whole day thinking about it and randomly laughing

m0rethanyoubargainedf0r:

catdad:

If at first you don’t succeed, redefine success.

I reblogged this at like 4am and I’ve spent the whole day thinking about it and randomly laughing

(via scoticus)

photos credit: scoticus

photos credit: scoticus

scoticus:

josh and chromey

scoticus:

josh and chromey

nodo-chinko:

DAY_105 Good job my son.

nodo-chinko:

DAY_105
Good job my son.

scoticus:

schillebeeckx is this what you were taking about

yes

(Source: benevolentblackgirl)

scoticus:

josh trimed his beard down to stubble :(

i got home from work and all i could say was “what happened to your beard?”

it’s not stubble :*

popgunwar:

sketchbook spread.

popgunwar:

sketchbook spread.

photo credit yerkamanor

photo credit yerkamanor

bobak:

spaceplasma:

Space Music: Symphonies of the Planets

Possibly one of NASA’s most avant-garde projects ever, SYMPHONIES OF THE PLANETS is a five-CD set that is now out of print. Put simply, it consists of recordings made by Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 as they passed by the various planets and moons of our solar system. Although sound as we perceive it cannot travel in the vacuum of space, each planet and moon emits its own electromagnetic “signature” that can be picked up by the right instruments, and those emanations can be converted into sound and recorded onto compact discs for your listening enjoyment. 

Symphonies of the planets (CD 1)
Symphonies of the Planets (CD 2)  

I bought these CDs in middle school. So interesting to listen to!

i have one from when i was 10 or so, it rules
my first noise cd

bobak:

spaceplasma:

Space Music: Symphonies of the Planets

Possibly one of NASA’s most avant-garde projects ever, SYMPHONIES OF THE PLANETS is a five-CD set that is now out of print. Put simply, it consists of recordings made by Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 as they passed by the various planets and moons of our solar system. Although sound as we perceive it cannot travel in the vacuum of space, each planet and moon emits its own electromagnetic “signature” that can be picked up by the right instruments, and those emanations can be converted into sound and recorded onto compact discs for your listening enjoyment.

I bought these CDs in middle school. So interesting to listen to!

i have one from when i was 10 or so, it rules

my first noise cd

(via scoticus)

m0rethanyoubargainedf0r:

catdad:

If at first you don’t succeed, redefine success.

I reblogged this at like 4am and I’ve spent the whole day thinking about it and randomly laughing

m0rethanyoubargainedf0r:

catdad:

If at first you don’t succeed, redefine success.

I reblogged this at like 4am and I’ve spent the whole day thinking about it and randomly laughing

(via scoticus)

Diapsiquir – TEST1M5N2O

throneoferebor:

I swear I will keep ranting about them until more people like them. 

(Source: thestagofstormsend)

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