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A draw of my girl

A draw of my girl

bryankonietzko:

michaeldantedimartino:

korranation:

THAT’S RIGHT, FOLKS! THE LEGEND OF KORRA: BOOK 3 PREMIERES FRIDAY, JUNE 27 AT 7PM/6C ON NICKELODEON!
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It’s official — Book 3 of Korra premieres next Friday at 7PM. Please help spread the word! The first three episodes will air that night. So happy to finally be able to share the episodes with everyone!

The news broke while I was on a plane! It’s going to be a Korra summer!

bryankonietzko:

michaeldantedimartino:

korranation:

THAT’S RIGHT, FOLKS! THE LEGEND OF KORRA: BOOK 3 PREMIERES FRIDAY, JUNE 27 AT 7PM/6C ON NICKELODEON!

More via IGN

It’s official — Book 3 of Korra premieres next Friday at 7PM. Please help spread the word! The first three episodes will air that night. So happy to finally be able to share the episodes with everyone!

The news broke while I was on a plane! It’s going to be a Korra summer!

(vía theavatarisnothere)

rexcarey:

theravenbunnyswolfden:

I am very glad I read past the heading or title

This is a manifesto, a call to action

rexcarey:

theravenbunnyswolfden:

I am very glad I read past the heading or title

This is a manifesto, a call to action

(vía cybernetictacticaloccultist)

nasasapod:

The Moon’s Saturn Image Credit & Copyright: Jens Hackmann
Explanation: Just days after sharing the western evening sky with Venus in 2007, the Moon moved on to Saturn - actually passing in front of the ringed planet Saturn when viewed in skies over Europe, northern Africa, and western Asia. Because the Moon and bright planets wander through the sky near the ecliptic plane, such occultation events are not uncommon, but they are dramatic, especially in telescopic views. For example, in this sharp image Saturn is captured emerging from behind the Moon, giving the illusion that it lies just beyond the Moon’s bright edge. Of course, the Moon is a mere 400 thousand kilometers away, compared to Saturn’s distance of 1.4 billion kilometers. Taken with a digital camera and 20 inch diameter telescope at the Weikersheim Observatory in southern Germany, the picture is a single exposure adjusted to reduce the difference in brightness between Saturn and the cratered lunar surface.

nasasapod:

The Moon’s Saturn 
Image Credit & Copyright: Jens Hackmann

Explanation: Just days after sharing the western evening sky with Venus in 2007, the Moon moved on to Saturn - actually passing in front of the ringed planet Saturn when viewed in skies over Europe, northern Africa, and western Asia. Because the Moon and bright planets wander through the sky near the ecliptic plane, such occultation events are not uncommon, but they are dramatic, especially in telescopic views. For example, in this sharp image Saturn is captured emerging from behind the Moon, giving the illusion that it lies just beyond the Moon’s bright edge. Of course, the Moon is a mere 400 thousand kilometers away, compared to Saturn’s distance of 1.4 billion kilometers. Taken with a digital camera and 20 inch diameter telescope at the Weikersheim Observatory in southern Germany, the picture is a single exposure adjusted to reduce the difference in brightness between Saturn and the cratered lunar surface.