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Gallium
This stuff is AWESOME! Gallium, atomic number 31, melting point of 29.4 °C (85 Fahrenheit). You know what this means, right? This awesome stuff will melt in your hand when you pick it up, and when you’re done, just pour it into a dish of some sort and watch it solidify, just waiting for you to play with it again. (x)
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conduittothecosmos:

Gallium

This stuff is AWESOME! Gallium, atomic number 31, melting point of 29.4 °C (85 Fahrenheit). You know what this means, right? This awesome stuff will melt in your hand when you pick it up, and when you’re done, just pour it into a dish of some sort and watch it solidify, just waiting for you to play with it again. (x)

#presentsfornerds

A psychedelic cake my friends and i made for another friend’s birthday :)

A psychedelic cake my friends and i made for another friend’s birthday :)

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A supernova’s shattered remains in the Veil Supernova by Bob and Janice Fera

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A supernova’s shattered remains in the Veil Supernova by Bob and Janice Fera

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Sharpless 2-106, Space Snow Angel by NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage Team

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Sharpless 2-106, Space Snow Angel by NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage Team

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Carina Nebula | NGC 3372 by NASA/N. Smith, and NOAO/AURA/NSF

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Carina Nebula | NGC 3372 by NASA/N. Smith, and NOAO/AURA/NSF

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The Bug Nebula by NASA, ESA and A. Zijlstra

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The Bug Nebula by NASA, ESA and A. Zijlstra

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Lagoon Nebula, NASA & ESA

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Lagoon Nebula, NASA & ESA