Get in my car.

Get in my car.

70sscifiart:

Henri Lievens

70sscifiart:

Henri Lievens

flight-to-mars:

The Delta Tau Chi Deathmobile     (*)

flight-to-mars:

The Delta Tau Chi Deathmobile     (*)

trueobsessive:

Probably the only part of Moonraker that still endures in my memory is Jaws falling in love. R.I.P. Richard Kiel, Jaws from the James Bond movies

trueobsessive:

Probably the only part of Moonraker that still endures in my memory is Jaws falling in love. R.I.P. Richard Kiel, Jaws from the James Bond movies

Sadly Richard Kiel died yesterday (9/10/14). He was 74. I met he and his wife this year at the Star Trek convention. They were both very sweet and very cool people. The world has lost the best Bond Villain that ever was. He brought great humanity and depth to a character that could have just been played like a monster. We’ll miss you sir!

Sadly Richard Kiel died yesterday (9/10/14). He was 74. I met he and his wife this year at the Star Trek convention. They were both very sweet and very cool people. The world has lost the best Bond Villain that ever was. He brought great humanity and depth to a character that could have just been played like a monster. We’ll miss you sir!

(via centipede, uuiuu)

(via centipede, uuiuu)

sciencefictiongallery:

Bruce Pennington - The Big Sun of Mercury, 1974.

sciencefictiongallery:

Bruce Pennington - The Big Sun of Mercury, 1974.

brightestofcentaurus:

Exposed Cranium Nebula
The Exposed Cranium Nebula, PMR 1, is a planetary nebula located about 5,000 light years away towards the constellation Vela. At its center lies a massive, dying star that is quickly losing mass and falling apart. The red in this image shows the ionized gas in the center of the nebula, while the green shell shows the cooler, glowing hydrogen molecules.
Planetary nebula form when stars begin to die. After expanding into a red giant, a star will collapse into a white dwarf star, emitting its outer layers of material. This material enshrouds the star, often in spheres though other more interesting shapes are also prevalent, and slowly disperses as gravitational interactions strip the material away.
Image and information from Spitzer, additional information from NASA.

brightestofcentaurus:

Exposed Cranium Nebula

The Exposed Cranium Nebula, PMR 1, is a planetary nebula located about 5,000 light years away towards the constellation Vela. At its center lies a massive, dying star that is quickly losing mass and falling apart. The red in this image shows the ionized gas in the center of the nebula, while the green shell shows the cooler, glowing hydrogen molecules.

Planetary nebula form when stars begin to die. After expanding into a red giant, a star will collapse into a white dwarf star, emitting its outer layers of material. This material enshrouds the star, often in spheres though other more interesting shapes are also prevalent, and slowly disperses as gravitational interactions strip the material away.

Image and information from Spitzer, additional information from NASA.