Saturday, October 27, 2012

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Рига, Лиепаяс 3b
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GiLi's party

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 @ Playboy Mansion 

Sexy outfits.. Mysterious masquerade masks around.. Get your costumes ready... its time to party!

Can't change an insane success, so I'm bringing you another mind blowing production of:

** The NYC Official Playboy Mansion Halloween Party **

6 theme rooms mansion, 3 DJs and Playboy Playmates Courtney Culkin, Monica Leigh, Stephanie Larimore and Ashley Massaro.
9-10pm open bar to all. Cash bar/ Open bar ticket options start from $15 today! and go up daily. for tickets

When:  Sat October 27th. Doors open 9pm
Where: Playboy Mansion NYC, 222 west 44th street NYC

For assistance with Table Reservations email

Gili Lev
Lev Network Events

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Monday, October 22, 2012

A galaxy is orbiting around the Milky Way and has had several close encounters with it. (ESA/NASA, ESO and Danny LaCrue)

Cosmic Rainbow

The Tarantula is situated 170,000 light-years away in the Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC) in the Southern sky and is clearly visible to the naked eye as a large milky patch. Astronomers believe that this smallish irregular galaxy is currently going through a violent period in its life. It is orbiting around the Milky Way and has had several close encounters with it. It is believed tha
t the interaction with the Milky Way has caused an episode of energetic star formation - part of which is visible as the Tarantula Nebula.

Just above the centre of the image there is a huge cluster of very hot stars called R136. The stars in R136 are also among the most massive stars we know. R136 is also a very young cluster, its oldest stars being "just" 5 million years old or so. Its smallest stars, however, are still forming, so astronomers observe R136 to try to understand the early stages of stellar evolution. Near the lower edge of the image we find the star cluster Hodge 301. Hodge 301 is almost 10 times older than R136. Some of the stars in Hodge 301 are so old that they have already exploded as supernovae. The shockwave from this explosion has compressed the gas in the Tarantula into the filaments and sheets that are seen around the cluster.

This mosaic of the Tarantula Nebula consists of images from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope's Wide Field and Planetary Camera 2 (WFPC2) and was created by 23 year old amateur astronomer Danny LaCrue. The image was constructed by 15 individual exposures taken through three narrow-band filters allowing light from ionised oxygen (501 nm, shown as blue), hydrogen-alpha (656 nm, shown as green) and ionised sulphur (672 nm, shown as red). The exposure time for the individual WFPC2 images vary between 800 and 2800 seconds in each filter. The Hubble data have been superimposed onto images taken through matching narrow-band filters with the European Southern Observatory's New Technology Telescope at the La Silla Observatory, Chile. Additional image processing was done by the Hubble European Space Agency Information Centre.


ESA/NASA, ESO and Danny LaCrue
 — withMuhammad Fuad RoziekKevin Simons and Maria Charalambous.


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