Russian urban explorer and photographer Ralph Mirebs somehow managed to gain access to the world’s first operational space launch facility: the Baikonur Cosmodrome located in the desert of Kazakhstan. The former Soviet Space Shuttle Program was shut down due to lack of funding shortly after the callapse of the Soviet Union. Since then, the huge abandoned hangar which houses the degenerating remains of two prototypes used by the defunct space program has been left to deteriorate in isolation. The two shuttles are from the Buran space program which ran from 1974 to 1993 and only saw two orbital flights. These pictures of their remains are eerily breathtaking
This fun film is finally available on iTunes and Amazon, or at Family Video, Best Buy and even the handful of Blockbuster locations that still exist!
We had the pleasure of seeing this film a few weeks ago and it was great.
Here’s the official summary:
Gone Doggy Gone is a comedic feature about a couple stuck in a lack-luster marriage who treat their dog like a baby. Working the grind in LA they leave little time for each other, and what free time they have they spend doting on the dog… until it gets kidnapped. What ensues is an outlandish cat-and-mouse adventure as they hunt down the kidnapper, enlist a schlubby PI, find a renewed love of each other, and conquer their fear of parenthood.
*If you want to read our review on it keep reading, but there are spoilers so be warned!*
In this series by illustrator Andrew Tarusov your favorite female GoT ladies get a pin up style makeover
This cool infographic from 911 Metallurgist it takes a look at the value of diamonds in both real life and their virtual counter-parts. Covering depth, rarity, quality, colour and temperature.
Via: 911 Metallurgist