(NASA) How did this unusually large nebula form? One of the largest nebulas yet detected is actually a complex ring of emission nebulas connected by glowing filaments. The unusual network, known as N11, spans over 1000 light years and is a prominent structure of the Large Magellanic Cloud, the largest satellite galaxy of our Milky Way Galaxy. In the center of the above image is open star cluster LH9, also known as NGC 1760, composed of about 50 bright blue stars that emit radiation that has eroded a hole in their surroundings. A leading hypothesis for the formation of N11 is shells of successive generations of stars being formed further out from the center. The bright region just above center is N11B, an explosive domain where stars are being formed even today.
Zorgh, I love you! :D
Zorgh, I love you! :D 
wartoothcocochex asked: Gtfo.
"Cursed son of Adam, indeed His mercy is great, bow thy head and repent thine sins now before it’s too late.”
"Not by His grace but my own, I choose to live with pride, your “merciful” God disgusts me, his Kingdom infested with lies.”
Excerpt from Lilith’s Embrace by Ancient (NOR)
One of my all time favorite black metal tracks.
Hopefully getting Xasthur, Wolves in the throne room, Agalloch, Nargaroth patches veryyyyyyy soon.
Anonymous asked: PS you're kind of gay with the long hair. =p
Anonymous asked: Do you have any idea how many secret admirers you have got?
No idea, brother. Sister.