Hola ! Soy un weón ocioso a cagar, amante del rock en general y de de la gran mayoría de la música que siento que transmite algo, o que me llega. Buscando constantemente nuevas bandas, o bandas antiguas que se me hayan pasado por alto. Ah ! y también amo los cómics y los videojuegos, sobre todo antiguos.
Me gusta salir a caminar y tomar fotos como sea que salgan ! :)

Mi Tumblr responde siempre a mi estado de ánimo.

Estudio en la Cato de Valpo, tengo 23 y eso que llueva harto !
Posteando weas desde Valparaíso ! hacia el mundo.

Amo a la Dani Ble :)

 

why-i-love-comics:

World’s Finest #8 - “Talent, Unlimited”

written by Jerry Siegelart by Sam Citron & John Sikela

why-i-love-comics:

World’s Finest #8 - “Talent, Unlimited”

written by Jerry Siegel
art by Sam Citron & John Sikela


Over 2 light years across and over 2000 light years away from Earth: The Ghost Nebula (Hubble)

Over 2 light years across and over 2000 light years away from Earth: The Ghost Nebula (Hubble)

(Source: golddoesnotalwaysglitter)

thedemon-hauntedworld:

Star Formation in the Tarantula Nebula  The largest, most violent star forming region known in the whole Local Group of galaxies lies in our neighboring galaxy the Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC). Were the Tarantula Nebula at the distance of the Orion Nebula — a local star forming region — it would take up fully half the sky. Also called 30 Doradus, the red and pink gas indicates a massive emission nebula, although supernova remnants and dark nebula also exist there. The bright knot of stars left of center is called R136 and contains many of the most massive, hottest, and brightest stars known. The above image is one of the largest mosaics ever created by observations of the Hubble Space Telescope and has revealed unprecedented details of this enigmatic star forming region. The image is being released to celebrate the 22nd anniversary of Hubble’s launch.
Image Credit: NASA, ESA, ESO, D. Lennon (ESA/STScI) et al., and the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA)

thedemon-hauntedworld:

Star Formation in the Tarantula Nebula
The largest, most violent star forming region known in the whole Local Group of galaxies lies in our neighboring galaxy the Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC). Were the Tarantula Nebula at the distance of the Orion Nebula — a local star forming region — it would take up fully half the sky. Also called 30 Doradus, the red and pink gas indicates a massive emission nebula, although supernova remnants and dark nebula also exist there. The bright knot of stars left of center is called R136 and contains many of the most massive, hottest, and brightest stars known. The above image is one of the largest mosaics ever created by observations of the Hubble Space Telescope and has revealed unprecedented details of this enigmatic star forming region. The image is being released to celebrate the 22nd anniversary of Hubble’s launch.

Image Credit: NASA, ESA, ESO, D. Lennon (ESA/STScI) et al., and the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA)