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Succulent

Succulent

Echeveria Morning Light

Echeveria Morning Light

Echeveria dactylifera by Zusung, via Flickr

Echeveria dactylifera by Zusung, via Flickr

Aeonium 'Cyclops'

Aeonium 'Cyclops'

Echeveria Dionysos

Echeveria Dionysos

From Tumblr - Don't know what kind of sedum or sempervivum this is (maybe an Aeonium?), but it sure is lovely!

From Tumblr - Don't know what kind of sedum or sempervivum this is (maybe an Aeonium?), but it sure is lovely!

Echeveria

Echeveria

The majority of the stars in our Galaxy, the Milky Way, reside in a single huge disc, known as the Galactic Plane, spanning 100 000 light-years across. The Sun also resides in this crowded stellar hub, lying roughly halfway between its centre and its outer edges.

The majority of the stars in our Galaxy, the Milky Way, reside in a single huge disc, known as the Galactic Plane, spanning 100 000 light-years across. The Sun also resides in this crowded stellar hub, lying roughly halfway between its centre and its outer edges.

Gorgeous colour in the Milly Way and good beta on the photo

Gorgeous colour in the Milly Way and good beta on the photo

Located approximately 7,000 light-years from Earth and nestled in the constellation Serpens lays the ultimate stellar nursery: the Eagle Nebula. This planetary nebula is home to seven strikingly beautiful pillars, most commonly referred to as the “Pillars of Creation," because it is in these towers that new stars are formed.

Located approximately 7,000 light-years from Earth and nestled in the constellation Serpens lays the ultimate stellar nursery: the Eagle Nebula. This planetary nebula is home to seven strikingly beautiful pillars, most commonly referred to as the “Pillars of Creation," because it is in these towers that new stars are formed.