dirty snow #3451
2 Mar 2014 / 0 notes
major/minor turned 3 today!
2 Mar 2014 / 2 notes
The Eagle and the Swan Nebulae (perhaps better known as the Omega Nebula) are two of the largest and most active star-forming regions in the Milky Way. The nebulae are located close to each other in the Milky Way’s Sagittarius spiral arm. Credit: ESO/S. Brunier via the European Southern Observatory
August Strindberg naively thought that leaving photographic material underneath the night sky would mirror the beauty of the cosmos. The image you see here was actually created thanks to chemical reactions happening overnight.