by Mela Köhler
The Hubble Extreme Deep Field is an image of a small area of space in the constellation Fornax released by NASA on September 25, 2012. The successor to the Hubble Ultra-Deep Field, this image was compiled from 10 years of previous images with a total exposure time of two million seconds, or approximately 23 days. Except for a few stars (which are bright and easily recognizable because only they have diffraction spikes), every speck of light is an entire galaxy - some of these are as old as 13.2 billion years.
Image: NASA via: Wikipedia
Now that you’re dead, what are you gonna do with your life?
Dear Diary: Heather told me she teaches people “real life.” She said, “Real life sucks losers dry. You want to fuck with the eagles, you have to learn to fly.” I said, “So, you teach people how to spread their wings and fly?” She said, “Yes.” I said, “You’re beautiful.”
A MIGHTY HEART, Angelina Jolie as Mariane Pearl, 2007