I don't mind, so long as you remember that my safe word is Snowfall.

I’ll try to keep that in mind.


scinewsnetwork:

ESA Confirms Rosetta’s Landing Site On Rubber Ducky Comet
After more than 10 years of traveling through space, the Rosetta spacecraft — the first space vehicle to travel to a comet — is finally taking a load off. Well, part of it is, anyway.
This morning, the European Space Agency confirmed the landing site for Rosetta’s lander, Philae, on comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. Out of five potential areas for touchdown, a region known as Site J was picked for the historic landing, which is currently scheduled for November 12. Site J is located on the smaller of the comet’s “lobes” (or the “head” of the rubber ducky-shaped comet).
The landing will mark the first time a spacecraft has touched down on a comet. But the mission won’t exactly be a cakewalk. There’s still a lot more to be done before the landing can happen, and comet 67P’s weird shape means there’s a significant chance the 220-pound lander will more crash than land.

Philae 
An artist’s rendering of Philae touching down on 67P 
ESA/ATG medialab

On November 11, the day before the expected touchdown, the flight dynamics team will have to make a series of “Go/No-Go” decisions in order to determine that Rosetta is where it needs to be to deliver Philae safely. Since Rosetta arrived at the comet on August 6, it has been moving closer to the comet body every day. Right now, it’s about 10 kilometers away from 67P, which is only 4 kilometers wide itself. But on landing day, the spacecraft will need to be 22.5 kilometers away from the comet’s center.
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scinewsnetwork:

ESA Confirms Rosetta’s Landing Site On Rubber Ducky Comet

After more than 10 years of traveling through space, the Rosetta spacecraft — the first space vehicle to travel to a comet — is finally taking a load off. Well, part of it is, anyway.

This morning, the European Space Agency confirmed the landing site for Rosetta’s lander, Philae, on comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. Out of five potential areas for touchdown, a region known as Site J was picked for the historic landing, which is currently scheduled for November 12. Site J is located on the smaller of the comet’s “lobes” (or the “head” of the rubber ducky-shaped comet).

The landing will mark the first time a spacecraft has touched down on a comet. But the mission won’t exactly be a cakewalk. There’s still a lot more to be done before the landing can happen, and comet 67P’s weird shape means there’s a significant chance the 220-pound lander will more crash than land.

Philae 
An artist’s rendering of Philae touching down on 67P 
ESA/ATG medialab

On November 11, the day before the expected touchdown, the flight dynamics team will have to make a series of “Go/No-Go” decisions in order to determine that Rosetta is where it needs to be to deliver Philae safely. Since Rosetta arrived at the comet on August 6, it has been moving closer to the comet body every day. Right now, it’s about 10 kilometers away from 67P, which is only 4 kilometers wide itself. But on landing day, the spacecraft will need to be 22.5 kilometers away from the comet’s center.

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*grins* You want your shirt back? Come get it.

Only if you don’t mind being a little tied up with it after I get it off~


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Which means I don't have to wear pants, hooray!

Maybe we should fix the fact you have clothing on at all…


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were u two showering together again//

(I can neither confirm nor deny.)


Your shirts are so comfy though...

And look like dresses on you.


(Sleeeeeeep. I’m also sad to report that I never got a reply after asking “the what” when I was told The Enemy was holding me back. Bryan had a good idea tho. Just to reply with this image:

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notyouraveragesecretary:

People are so afraid of women who aren't looking for approval

Independent role play blog for Anthea from BBC Sherlock.

  • All-Inclusive, Intros for everyone.
  • Two Years rp experience.
  • Multiple year nanowrimo finisher.
  • Fanfic author 5+ years.
  • Novelist 5+ years.
    Style:
    • Novella.
    • Para.
    • Prose.
    • Poetic.
    • Iambic Pentameter.

OC friendly, encouraged.
Multi Fandom.
Multi Verse.
Multi Ship.
NSFW & Triggering.

Information || Blog || Disclaimer 

the-goddamazon:

fightxtoxdream:

bellecosby:

bellecosby:






LMFAOOOO

BUT WHERE IS THE GIF OF RALEIGH AND PENTECOST FROM PACRIM????

the-goddamazon:

fightxtoxdream:

bellecosby:

bellecosby:

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LMFAOOOO

BUT WHERE IS THE GIF OF RALEIGH AND PENTECOST FROM PACRIM????

#ooc