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If I worked at a restaurant on Valentine’s Day I would leave fake engagement rings in all the women’s drinks and just watch the men’s faces.
– Jack Black
perfect hen party!

perfect hen party!

The Giant Nebula, NGC 3603
This stellar “jewel box” is one of the most massive young star clusters in the Milky Way Galaxy. NGC 3603 is a prominent star forming region in the Carina spiral arm of the Milky Way, about 20000 light years away. This image shows a young star cluster surrounded by a vast region of dust and gas.

The Giant Nebula, NGC 3603

This stellar “jewel box” is one of the most massive young star clusters in the Milky Way Galaxy. NGC 3603 is a prominent star forming region in the Carina spiral arm of the Milky Way, about 20000 light years away. This image shows a young star cluster surrounded by a vast region of dust and gas.

Back to the roots. Adding edges to ice skates was invented by the Dutch in the 13-14th centuries. Those ice skates were made of steel, with sharpened edges on the bottom to aid movement. The construction of modern ice skates has stayed largely the same since then. Canals in Amsterdam froze! Sources: here and here

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If I worked at a restaurant on Valentine’s Day I would leave fake engagement rings in all the women’s drinks and just watch the men’s faces.
– Jack Black
perfect hen party!

perfect hen party!

The Giant Nebula, NGC 3603
This stellar “jewel box” is one of the most massive young star clusters in the Milky Way Galaxy. NGC 3603 is a prominent star forming region in the Carina spiral arm of the Milky Way, about 20000 light years away. This image shows a young star cluster surrounded by a vast region of dust and gas.

The Giant Nebula, NGC 3603

This stellar “jewel box” is one of the most massive young star clusters in the Milky Way Galaxy. NGC 3603 is a prominent star forming region in the Carina spiral arm of the Milky Way, about 20000 light years away. This image shows a young star cluster surrounded by a vast region of dust and gas.

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Back to the roots. Adding edges to ice skates was invented by the Dutch in the 13-14th centuries. Those ice skates were made of steel, with sharpened edges on the bottom to aid movement. The construction of modern ice skates has stayed largely the same since then. Canals in Amsterdam froze! Sources: here and here

"If I worked at a restaurant on Valentine’s Day I would leave fake engagement rings in all the women’s drinks and just watch the men’s faces."

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