leseanthomas

leseanthomas:

Blue Blazes ( Aoi Honoo ) is a coming-of-age Japanese dramedy based off the popular manga of the same name, which centers around manga/anime creator  Kazuhiko Shimamoto's college life in the 1980s. It features Real-life creators like Gainax founders Hideaki Anno(Evangelion) andHiroyuki Yamaga(Royal Space Force - Wings of Honneamise) since Shimamoto actually went to school with them. The TV show premiered last month.

This opening is great, too, which is inspired by Tottemo Luckyman anime intro:

outcastchangeling
outcastchangeling:

analdash:

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pennyfornasa:

NASA’s New Heavy-Lift Rocket Will Be Ready For Launch By 2018NASA’s new heavy-lift rocket designed for deep space exploration will be ready for its first flight no later than 2018 agency and is expected to cost $7 billion through the first launch officials announced Wednesday after completing a key review.The Space Launch System is the rocket NASA has been designing to carry humans beyond low-Earth orbit and eventually to Mars. It is intended to replace the space shuttle fleet, which was retired in 2011. Passing the review, known as Key Decision Point C, is something NASA said “no other exploration class vehicle has achieved since the agency built the space shuttle.”NASA maintains that the first test flight of the SLS could happen as early as 2017, but that the agency is committed to having the rocket ready for launch by the end of 2018. The space agency is now moving forward from the formulation stage to the development of the heavy-lift rocket.Read more: http://www.penny4nasa.org/2014/08/28/nasas-new-heavy-lift-rocket-for-deep-space-flight-will-be-ready-for-launch-by-2018/

SPACESHIP!

That’s a lot of money though

A lot of money? Ever checked out what the world spends on media entertainment such as game and movie productions?

Let alone what the US wastes on its fucking military expenditures.

outcastchangeling:

analdash:

nanodash:

pennyfornasa:

NASA’s New Heavy-Lift Rocket Will Be Ready For Launch By 2018

NASA’s new heavy-lift rocket designed for deep space exploration will be ready for its first flight no later than 2018 agency and is expected to cost $7 billion through the first launch officials announced Wednesday after completing a key review.

The Space Launch System is the rocket NASA has been designing to carry humans beyond low-Earth orbit and eventually to Mars. It is intended to replace the space shuttle fleet, which was retired in 2011. Passing the review, known as Key Decision Point C, is something NASA said “no other exploration class vehicle has achieved since the agency built the space shuttle.”

NASA maintains that the first test flight of the SLS could happen as early as 2017, but that the agency is committed to having the rocket ready for launch by the end of 2018. The space agency is now moving forward from the formulation stage to the development of the heavy-lift rocket.

Read more: http://www.penny4nasa.org/2014/08/28/nasas-new-heavy-lift-rocket-for-deep-space-flight-will-be-ready-for-launch-by-2018/

SPACESHIP!

That’s a lot of money though

A lot of money? Ever checked out what the world spends on media entertainment such as game and movie productions?

Let alone what the US wastes on its fucking military expenditures.