A house full of maps, globes and everything. I think that’s the last thing I can do to express my passion about these things.
A photograph of sunlight reflected by waterways across the central United States, as seen from the International Space Station in November of 2003. The scene looks southwest from above Lake Michigan across the Illinois and Mississippi Rivers, towards Texas near the horizon. At least two of the smaller lakes at bottom, near the Illinois River, are cooling ponds for nuclear power stations.
Say hello to Gliese 581c. A possible new homeworld that has been newly discovered to be completely covered in ocean; a waterworld deeper than ten times that of Earth’s deepest trenches. One year is equal to 13 earth days
not like we will ever go there
That is awesome.