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Astronomy, Psychology, and Music are a few of my greatest passions. I have compiled some of my favorite down-tempo and trip-hop tracks in hopes of providing you a soundtrack to enjoy the awe-inspiring imagery of the universe, while also attempting to entertain your thoughts with wisdom of psychology.


Josh One // Narrow Path

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The Fornax Cluster of Galaxies 
Image Credit & Copyright: Marco Lorenzi

"A 5 Pane Mosaic of M31 The Andromeda Galaxy." Photographer: Mike Greenham
"Your assumptions are your windows on the world. Scrub them off every once in a while, or the light won’t come in."
 Isaac Asimov (via procyonvulpecula)

(Source: ineffable-play)

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Röyksopp // The Fear

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NGC1760 Nebula Credit: Fred Vanderhaven

One of the great commandments of science is, ‘Mistrust arguments from authority.”

Authorities must prove their contentions like everybody else.

Carl Sagan (via whats-out-there)

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"You have no responsibility to live up to what other people think you ought to accomplish. I have no responsibility to be like they expect me to be. It’s their mistake, not my failing."

Richard Feynman

(via observando)

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This is the Sculptor galaxy viewed from the Spitzer Space Telescope. It is known as a starburst galaxy for the extraordinarily strong star formation in its nucleus. This activity warms the surrounding dust clouds, causing the brilliant yellow-red glow in the center of this infrared image.

rosy maple moth

The Trapezium Cluster, is a tightly packed cluster of stars in the heart of the Orion Nebula, in the constellation of Orion. It was discovered by Galileo Galilei in 1617.This particular image highlights the ridge created at the “Bright Bar” of the Orion Nebula, as the intense UV-light and strong winds from the hot Trapezium stars eat their way into the surrounding molecular cloud.
(Image Credit: ESO/M.McCaughrean et al.)
"Every time I thought I was being rejected from something good, I was actually being re-directed to something better."
Steve Maraboli (via observando)

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The emission nebula NGC 6188 is found near the edge of an otherwise dark large molecular cloud in the southern constellation Ara, about 4,000 light-years away.
Formed in that region only a few million years ago, massive young stars sculpt the shapes and power the nebular glow with stellar winds and intense ultraviolet radiation. The recent star formation itself was likely triggered by winds and supernova explosions, from previous generations of massive stars, that swept up and compressed the molecular gas.
A false-color Hubble palette was used to create the this gorgeous wide-field image and shows emission from sulfur, hydrogen, and oxygen atoms in red, green, and blue hues. At the estimated distance of NGC 6188, the picture spans about 300 light-years.
Credit: John Ebersole

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