The Editor: Isn’t that from an Eagles’ song, LL ?
This and That Cat: It sure is, I’m going to put that in my great quotes book. Good luck to this creep.
Here is another world traveler.
Caucasian people need to stand up for themselves or get use to their children being bullied and insulted. You can start at the local school board.
Happy birthday Frank.
The signs are adding up.
I hope the right politicians win. I guess you pick the least loathsome snake.
IC 4592: The Blue Horsehead Reflection Nebula
Image Credit & Copyright: Mario Cogo
Explanation: Do you see the horse’s head? What you are seeing is not the famous Horsehead nebula toward Orion but rather a fainter nebula that only takes on a familiar form with deeper imaging. The main part of the here imaged molecular cloud complex is a reflection nebula cataloged as IC 4592. Reflection nebulas are actually made up of very fine dust that normally appears dark but can look quite blue when reflecting the light of energetic nearby stars. In this case, the source of much of the reflected light is a star at the eye of the horse. That star is part of Nu Scorpii, one of the brighter star systems toward the constellation of the Scorpion (Scorpius). A second reflection nebula dubbed IC 4601 is visible surrounding two stars to the right of the image center.
Tomorrow’s picture: california dreaming