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I'm going to post this everyday until you like it.
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I hat- wait this doesn't look right
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>>101388977
I actually like it. Space wallpapers for me always look good.
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>a celestial body so close to the planet
>not crashing into it at all
What a retarded image
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>>101389054
>>>/wg/
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where's my daily sakura thread?
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>>101389069
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I like it. Set as my wallpaper.
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>>101389123
It's so close - no matter how you try to spin it - it would be sucked by the gravity of that colossal planet.
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>>101389193
But why is this planet not being sucked in?
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>>101389069
>>101389123
>>101389193
>>101389226
Please stop it, here and now. I know very well this will end up another /sci/ 500+ replies thread on /a/ if you don't stop
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>>101389123
The fore moon in that picture is probably only 100 miles above the surface of that huge ass planet. The background moon is nearly as close. Well inside the roche limit, and probably are close enough to experience signficant drag from the outskirts of the atmosphere.
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>>101389069
It can be so close because that's no moon.
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Found it
>>>/int/20039278
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>>101389573
These image fuck ups happen much more frequently than before.
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>the space era will not be in your lifetime
Why even live
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>>101389663
>Implying we won't live forever
http://www.theguardian.com/science/2010/nov/28/scientists-reverse-ageing-mice-humans
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>>101389663
So you can join the collective consciousness after death. Living a long life and developing your logic circuit will allow you to have a higher hierarchy in the collective consciousness.
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>>101389724
So when I die everyone finds out what I spent my life fapping to..?
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>>101389809
And that is?
Don't leave the details out.
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>>101389809
Yes, but everyone will be you, so it'll be something you knew all along.
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I actually like it
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I HATE IT
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>>101389663
The space era already happened, son.
Perhaps there was once a time where humanity dreamed of the infinite reaches of outer space.
But the Americans lost interest after the Space Race, and consequently, the rest of the world followed suit.
Perhaps it is best. We should fix our issues and become a unified species before we attempt to branch out to space.
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>>101388977
saved, thanks

but,
>>>/wg/
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>>101390318
>Perhaps it is best.
Yes, a few billion must die with the all the screwing up we do to the planet before we reach out there.
The plague that is mankind should spread out too quickly in the beginning.
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>>101390456
*shouldn't
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Seriously, space adventures when? All my life I've dreamed about just flitting about in space, fucking around with nebulas and just taking a look at other planets from space.

And no, before you say it, not everyone can be some sort of jock astronaut, like the kind we have today.
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>>101390456
This reminds me of the plot in Rewrite
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>>101390588
>>101391064



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