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sarah531:

star wars meme > ten scenes (8/10)
> Yoda and the Younglings

thefandometrics:

Movies

Week Ending January 25th, 2016

  1. Star Wars: The Force Awakens
  2. Suicide Squad 
  3. High School Musical
  4. Deadpool −2
  5. Carol −2
  6. Lord of the Rings −2
  7. Zootopia +4
  8. Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith +9
  9. The Hobbit +3
  10. Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope −1
  11. The Mortal Instruments −1
  12. The Revenant −5
  13. Frozen +6
  14. Tangled
  15. X-Men: Apocalypse −10
  16. Titanic
  17. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
  18. Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi −5
  19. Mad Max: Fury Road −11
  20. Spirited Away

The number in italics indicates how many spots a title moved up or down from the previous week. Bolded titles weren’t on the list last week.

If Earth had Saturn’s Rings

just–space:

From an excellent post by Jason Davis

From Washington, D.C., the rings would only fill a portion of the sky, but appear striking nonetheless. Here, we see them at sunrise.

From Guatemala, only 14 degrees above the equator, the rings would begin to stretch across the horizon. Their reflected light would make the moon much brighter.

From Earth’s equator, Saturn’s rings would be viewed edge-on, appearing as a thin, bright line bisecting the sky.

At the March and September equinoxes, the Sun would be positioned directly over the rings, casting a dramatic shadow at the equator.

At midnight at the Tropic of Capricorn, which sits at 23 degrees south latitude, the Earth casts a shadow over the middle of the rings, while the outer portions remain lit.

via x

adventuretime:

Look Out, September 20

A hearty and heartfelt congratulations to the Adventure Time cast and crew for a pair of big award nominations, each to decided upon on September 20.

First, there’s the show’s just-announced Emmy nomination for the episode “Jake the Brick.” Kent Osborne wrote, boarded, and directed the short. It’s nominated in the Outstanding Short-Format Animated Program category.

Then there’s the nod to “The Tower” as part of this year’s Ottawa International Animation Festival in the Series for Kids department. The episode was written and storyboarded by Tom Herpich & Steve Wolfhard and directed by Andres Salaff.

Best of luck to all the nominees, but even more best of luck to Adventure Time. Hats off, again, to the whole crew, cast, and gang at Cartoon Network.

“Jake the Brick” title card designed by Derek Hunter, painted by Nick Jennings.

“The Tower” title card designed by Tom, painted by Martin Ansolabehere and Nick.