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Eden's Concepts

I'll be regularly posting up photography, illustrations, concepts, and sketches. Click on Archive to see it all.

Tiny Tron Arcade cabinet inside a Tron Pinball Machine. Amazing. where do you even find quarters THAT SMALL.

Tiny Tron Arcade cabinet inside a Tron Pinball Machine. Amazing. where do you even find quarters THAT SMALL.

Loups Dèments

Loups Dèments

pediras dos mil perdones
los terremotos de tus traiciones se sintieron en los callejones de ese barrio tan familiar
en donde no tenias derecho a insistir tu existencia irreal e inundada
llena de malas hierbas sacarinas que florecían por atención
cuando nos mostravas dos caras, una viviente, y la otra llorona y malhumorada.

sin verguenza te lloraba. cuando me pediste joyas preciosas mate a un elefante por su marfil
deleitaste tu apetito con su sangre venenosa
y de tu risa salio un miasma ahogante helado al toque.

el relampago de mi inmadurez fue visto y escuchado por todos.
tan incandescente que hasta quemo tu espaldar
my propia crueldad ausente a mis ojos
pero muy clara y viva en tu paladar

desesperado por vivir, me rendi al amparo de tu entrega
ahora inquieto entre mis memorias, se convirtio en oscuras endorphinas malditas y listas a cualquier hora

tres eternidades habrán pasado
y aún vivo en este oceano vasto
contaminado con tu petroleo
que cayó de tus capilares elíseos
lentamente flotando hacia tierras desconocidas
contando mis dias finales con pocos dedos
y la fria compañia de mis demonios

science-junkie:

Eye of Sauron star spotted by planet-hunting camera
This Eye of Sauron is the magnificent ringed star HR 4796A, in the southern constellation of Centaurus. It is one of the first images produced by SPHERE, the Spectro-Polarimetric High-contrast Exoplanet Research instrument, installed last month on the ESO’s Very Large Telescope atop Cerro Paranal in Chile. 
To a typical optical telescope, HR 4796A’s dark centre is a blazing disk of starlight that swamps the weaker glow of the dust ring. SPHERE filters out the star’s light to acquire exceptionally sharp images like this. The instrument also corrects for the effects of Earth’s atmosphere and can differentiate between starlight and a planet’s glow, on the basis of the colour and polarisation of light. These talents will allow SPHERE to discover planets orbiting distant stars and study them with spectacular clarity. 
Source: newscientist.comImage Credit: ESO/J.-L. Beuzit et al./SPHERE Consortium.

science-junkie:

Eye of Sauron star spotted by planet-hunting camera

This Eye of Sauron is the magnificent ringed star HR 4796A, in the southern constellation of Centaurus. It is one of the first images produced by SPHERE, the Spectro-Polarimetric High-contrast Exoplanet Research instrument, installed last month on the ESO’s Very Large Telescope atop Cerro Paranal in Chile. 

To a typical optical telescope, HR 4796A’s dark centre is a blazing disk of starlight that swamps the weaker glow of the dust ring. SPHERE filters out the star’s light to acquire exceptionally sharp images like this. The instrument also corrects for the effects of Earth’s atmosphere and can differentiate between starlight and a planet’s glow, on the basis of the colour and polarisation of light. These talents will allow SPHERE to discover planets orbiting distant stars and study them with spectacular clarity. 

Source: newscientist.com
Image Credit: ESO/J.-L. Beuzit et al./SPHERE Consortium.

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Learn to swim.

Learn to swim.

Sol

Sol

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