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Astronomy Video Overnight Thread- The beauty of space photography

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Just spectacular. Via Boing Boing.

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Photos of the Day- San Fran's Castro District On DOMA Day

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And the talented and lovely Cat tells me that this weekend is the Pride Parade. Gonna be a doozy.

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Video Mid Day Distraction- Photoshop Live: Street Retouch Prank

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Video Mid Day Distraction- Taking Photos With Google Glass Is Fun!

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Asronomy Overnight Thread- Clouds, Birds, Moon, Venus

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Clouds, Birds, Moon, Venus
Image Credit & Copyright: Isaac Gutiérrez Pascual (Spain)

Explanation: Sometimes the sky above can become quite a show. In early September of 2010, for example, the Moon and Venus converged, creating quite a sight by itself for sky enthusiasts around the globe.   From some locations, though, the sky was even more picturesque. In the above image taken last week from Spain, a crescent Moon and the planet Venus, on the far right, were captured during sunset posing against a deep blue sky.   In the foreground, dark storm clouds loom across the image bottom, while a white anvil cloud shape appears above. Black specks dot the frame, caused by a flock of birds taking flight.

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Astronomy Overnight Thread- The Red Rose of Saturn

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One of the most gorgeous sights we have been privileged to see at Saturn, as the arrival of spring to the northern hemisphere has peeled away the darkness of winter, has been the enormous swirling vortex capping its north pole and ringed by Saturn's famed hexagonal jet stream.

Today, the Cassini Imaging Team is proud to present to you a set of special views of this phenomenal structure, including a carefully prepared movie showing its circumpolar winds that clock at 330 miles per hour, and false color images that are at once spectacular and informative.

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Friday Links

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Fingers crossed.

Feeling light and breezy? 'Meteorological' spring begins today

Dazzling images in International Garden Photographer of the Year competition go on display

Official names of McNugget shapes

Brains of rats connected allowing them to share information via internet

Video- Daddy's money sneakers from Skechers are sketchy

Living in a box: The desperate workers forced to live in tiny 'coffin' apartments of Tokyo - which still cost up to £400 a month to rent

28 socialist hairstyles meet North Korean approval

How pain turns to pleasure: New study sheds light on why some people enjoy chili peppers and sadomasochistic sex - and could help develop new relief treatments

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