From July 16 and July 22, 1994, the fragments of the comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 plunged and scarred Jupiter’s atmosphere.

 From July 16 and July 22, 1994, the fragments of the comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 plunged and scarred Jupiter’s atmosphere.

do-not-read-this-sentence said: How was Uranus before he got hit by huge ball in his childhood?

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Luna, you’ll be seeing them for quite long while.

Luna, you’ll be seeing them for quite long while.

Sorry for Inactivity!!

I’m sorry for being unable to reply faster/directly to the PM/SSAF notes and requests because I’m currently looking for a new tablet after the old one’s spirit went to space and died there (/w\).

Till then, I hope you don’t mind if I draw traditionally for now~ Thank you :D

I appreciate the notes, I will be answering them~

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the-lord-of-the-pies said: Oh, and do planets normally feel hungry and/or eat stuff? I can't recall if you commented on this or not. And what's Neptune's height? I know you posted a chart or something, but I can't find it :S (AHH I have so many questions, but I'll try and space them out ^^')

No, they don’t because they are not humans like earthlings. But they like to taste some of Earth’s food, even if they don’t need it to survive, just for fun.

Neptune is 5’7” which is around 173 cm.

Here’s the height chart for the main 8~

PM request
Male! Venus with Mars and his genderswap in a sleepover. 

PM request

Male! Venus with Mars and his genderswap in a sleepover. 

A comic based on gravitationally lensed quasars.A gravitational lens is an astronomical object (like Galaxies, for example) whose gravitational field distorts the light of another distant object behind it, in which if right conditions are met, it could produce multiple images of the distant object. This phenomenon is then called Gravitational Lensing. The stronger it is, the more visible the distortion is.An example is the Einstein Cross. It’s a quasar that looks like it has four copies of itself because of a galaxy in front of it acting as a Gravitational Lens.Most gravitational lenses are found out because of the quasars X’D Imagine them being strange magic trick debunkers of some sort haha

A comic based on gravitationally lensed quasars.
A gravitational lens is an astronomical object (like Galaxies, for example) whose gravitational field distorts the light of another distant object behind it, in which if right conditions are met, it could produce multiple images of the distant object. This phenomenon is then called Gravitational Lensing. The stronger it is, the more visible the distortion is.
An example is the Einstein Cross. It’s a quasar that looks like it has four copies of itself because of a galaxy in front of it acting as a Gravitational Lens.

Most gravitational lenses are found out because of the quasars X’D Imagine them being strange magic trick debunkers of some sort haha

the-lord-of-the-pies said: I'm back ^^. I seem to recall that you posted something that described the houses of the main 8, but I can't seem to find it :S. What is Earth's house like again? (first half of the first chap. is done. btw)

Earth has a Queenslander architecture house =)

The others have:

  • Mercury:Bungalow
  • Venus:Saltbox
  • Mars:Ranch-style
  • Jupiter:Tudor Revival
  • Saturn:Octagon House
  • Uranus:Terraced House
  • Neptune:I-House
  • Pluto:Log Cabin
  • Sun:Manor

((May I have a link of your fic please when it’s done?))

lily-n-tumblr:

I drew @taiyokei ‘s OC because yea white dresses are cool and  stu ff

Beautiful Sister Sol!!

lily-n-tumblr:

I drew @taiyokei ‘s OC because yea white dresses are cool and  stu ff

Beautiful Sister Sol!!

Summer Triangle group drawing related to the Tanabata/Qixi festival
Vega and Altair represents the two lovers (Orihime and Hikoboshi, respectively) of the legend XD

Summer Triangle group drawing related to the Tanabata/Qixi festival

Vega and Altair represents the two lovers (Orihime and Hikoboshi, respectively) of the legend XD

V-chan and Luna

V-chan and Luna

Great news:Lies in the range of habitability of a red dwarf just 16 light years from here: it is called Gliese 832C and is a candidate to become the best Super Earth ever in a star system not unlike our own, provided that the star is not too close to the he has already pulverized the atmosphere.After our planet, in short, ‘said the astronomers the best of all possible worlds.
The announcement of the discovery of Gliese 832 was made by astronomers at the University of New South Wales, Australia, as reported by Media INAF, the online newsletter of the National Institute of Astrophysics, and is based on high quality data provided by HARPS-EARTH, the Planet Finder Spectrograph Echelle Spectrograph and UCLES. On clear nights could still be seen from the garden of the house, with an amateur telescope.
Returning to the scientific data, according to Robert A. Wittenmyer, the manager of the team that found the new planet, Gliese 832C has a mass five times that of Earth, but it is estimated to receive from its star an amount of energy comparable to that which invests our planet thanks to the near constant action of its parent star. As shown yet Inaf Media, a red dwarf star shines feebly when compared to our star, with a range of skills so near as to endanger the atmosphere of planets with an orbital period so short (for Gliese 832C is 36 days), but “the planet could have Earth-like temperatures, although with large seasonal swings,” reads the press release of habitability Planetary Laboratory.
The objection of the Italian astrophysicists, however, has already been asked: if the planet had a dense atmosphere, this might overheat to the point of transforming it from a Super Earth in a Super Venus. Gliese 832C, however, comes from the right in the top 3 of Earth-like planets, and by far “the most like,” the statement continued. Although “one must consider a number of unknowns that could make it inhospitable, as the composition of the mass or the presence of an atmosphere.”
Wittenmyer and colleagues point out while still as star systems like our own are quite rare, that Gliese 832 is a good approximation of a miniature version of the solar system with a planet similar to Earth inside and one outside of the giant planets similar to our: Gliese 832b, such as cold and Jupiter with an orbital period of 9.4 years, could have played a dynamic role similar to that played by the gas giants in the Solar System.
there is a news website: 
http://news.discovery.com/space/alien-life-exoplanets/gliese-832c-life-roasting-super-venus-discovered-140630.htm
http://www.space.com/26357-exoplanet-habitable-zone-gliese-832c.html

Great news:
Lies in the range of habitability of a red dwarf just 16 light years from here: it is called Gliese 832C and is a candidate to become the best Super Earth ever in a star system not unlike our own, provided that the star is not too close to the he has already pulverized the atmosphere.
After our planet, in short, ‘said the astronomers the best of all possible worlds.

The announcement of the discovery of Gliese 832 was made by astronomers at the University of New South Wales, Australia, as reported by Media INAF, the online newsletter of the National Institute of Astrophysics, and is based on high quality data provided by HARPS-EARTH, the Planet Finder Spectrograph Echelle Spectrograph and UCLES. On clear nights could still be seen from the garden of the house, with an amateur telescope.

Returning to the scientific data, according to Robert A. Wittenmyer, the manager of the team that found the new planet, Gliese 832C has a mass five times that of Earth, but it is estimated to receive from its star an amount of energy comparable to that which invests our planet thanks to the near constant action of its parent star. As shown yet Inaf Media, a red dwarf star shines feebly when compared to our star, with a range of skills so near as to endanger the atmosphere of planets with an orbital period so short (for Gliese 832C is 36 days), but “the planet could have Earth-like temperatures, although with large seasonal swings,” reads the press release of habitability Planetary Laboratory.

The objection of the Italian astrophysicists, however, has already been asked: if the planet had a dense atmosphere, this might overheat to the point of transforming it from a Super Earth in a Super Venus. Gliese 832C, however, comes from the right in the top 3 of Earth-like planets, and by far “the most like,” the statement continued. Although “one must consider a number of unknowns that could make it inhospitable, as the composition of the mass or the presence of an atmosphere.”

Wittenmyer and colleagues point out while still as star systems like our own are quite rare, that Gliese 832 is a good approximation of a miniature version of the solar system with a planet similar to Earth inside and one outside of the giant planets similar to our: Gliese 832b, such as cold and Jupiter with an orbital period of 9.4 years, could have played a dynamic role similar to that played by the gas giants in the Solar System.

there is a news website: 

http://news.discovery.com/space/alien-life-exoplanets/gliese-832c-life-roasting-super-venus-discovered-140630.htm

http://www.space.com/26357-exoplanet-habitable-zone-gliese-832c.html