Brenda Helvey

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What's the Best Way to Tie a Scarf?

The foolproof way to keep your scarf on trend and in place<p>There are a million different ways to wrap your scarf. With so many options, it can be difficult to pick the one that’s right for you. The most important factor in the way you tie your scarf is that it stays in place once you’re done …

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Abdullah and Gregory Named AP All-Americans

<b>Lincoln</b> - Nebraska senior I-back Ameer Abdullah and junior defensive end Randy Gregory were each named Associated Press All-Americans on Tuesday, as …

where we're going, we don't need roads. can you spot the other helicopter? #hawaiiisnuts

tiny boats and moody weather! #hawaiiisnuts (don't tap on that hashtag, lolz)

broken heart #photooftheday #padepokankalisurut #webstagram #hdr #ig_nesia #rocknroll_daddy #iphonesia #instago

The series of summer Supermoons closed in style Monday night as the full moon hit its closest point in earth's orbit — exhibiting a larger and brighter than usual natural phenomenon. Here, the Supermoon rises over PPG Place in Pittsburgh on Sept. 8, 2014. (Photo by @DaveDicello). See the full gallery on time.com

Fire approaches the shore of Bass Lake, Calif. on Sept. 14, 2014. 20 structures were burnt to the ground and over 1,000 people evacuated from the inland town in central California. This week has seen wildfires spread throughout the entire state with devastating consequences. (Photo by Darvin Atkeson—AP) To see more visit time.com

Lightning strikes over the sea along the coast of the Haitian capital, Port-au-Prince, during an evening thunderstorm on Sept. 24, 2014. (Photograph by Hector Retamal—AFP/@gettyimages) See the full gallery of TIME's pictures of the week on time.com

sized pair of kitties named Elfie and Gimli (@elfie_gimli). This adorable brother and sister duo, adopted from a shelter in Alberta, Canada, owe their small size to an uncommon cat dwarfism. To add some teensy feline fluff to your feed, follow @elfie_gimli.

Pictures of the Week 7.10.14

Snow + a rainbow = this amazing photo from Yosemite National Park. Photo: Leasha Hooker #california #publiclands #yosemite #nationalpark #snow #rainbow #rainbows #nature #landscape #nationalparks #naturelovers #instanature #instacool #instagood #instawow #bestoftheday #photooftheday #photography #instalike #love #like #hiking #travel #stunning #amazing

Cool waves: the best surfing photography – in pictures

Chris Power<p>First published on Tue 14 Jan 2014 12.00 EST

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BEAUTIFUL PLANET EARTH :)

Eagle's Eye View of the Churun-meru (Dragon) Fall in Venezuela http://t.co/bBsiAtS6qb

Last seasons #shorebreak #shoots 🌊📷👊#clarklittle🆑 d4

@jimlittlenursery hybrid #plumeria named Eclipse. #northshore #oahu #clarklittle🆑 #plumeriaworld

Cracks and Crevices

Tonight's sunset ☀📷👌 #northshore #oahu #kaenapoint #clarklittle🆑 d4

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Rigel is a blue supergiant that is the brightest star in the constellation Orion (the Hunter), making it fairly easy to spot. Learn all about Rigel here: http://oak.ctx.ly/r/cqwz Rigel is only 10 million years old, compared to the sun's 4.5 billion, and due to its measured size and brightness it is expected to end in a supernova one day.

APOD: M81 versus M82 (2013 Sep 25) Image Credit & Copyright: Ivan Eder http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap130925.html Explanation: Here in the Milky Way galaxy we have astronomical front row seats as M81 and M82 face-off, a mere 12 million light-years away. Locked in a gravitational struggle for the past billion years or so, the two bright galaxies are captured in this deep telescopic snapshot, constructed from 25 hours of image data. Their most recent close encounter likely resulted in the enhanced spiral arms of M81 (left) and violent star forming regions in M82 so energetic the galaxy glows in X-rays. After repeated passes, in a few billion years only one galaxy will remain. From our perspective, this cosmic moment is seen through a foreground veil of the Milky Way's stars and clouds of dust. Faintly reflecting the foreground starlight, the pervasive dust clouds are relatively unexplored galactic cirrus, or integrated flux nebulae, only a few hundred light-years above the plane of the Milky Way. http://www.astroeder.com/en.htm Starship Asterisk* • APOD Discussion Page http://asterisk.apod.com/discuss_apod.php?date=130925 #APOD

This breath-taking image of the Orion Nebula was the winner of the Robotic Scope category in the Royal Observatory Greenwich’s Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2013 exhibition (www.rmg.co.uk/whats-on/exhibitions/astronomy-photographer-of-the-year/). Wallpaper download options available: http://oak.ctx.ly/r/dd95

Nice rings! 9 incredible images of Saturn...including this one taken by the Voyager. http://mnatu.re/16eewZS

Facts about: Black Holes

What are black holes?<p>Basically, black holes are regions in space-time that have such a strong gravity, that nothing we know of can escape - not even …

APOD: The Great Carina Nebula (2013 Oct 15) Image Credit & Copyright: Lorand Fenyes http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap131015.html Explanation: A jewel of the southern sky, the Great Carina Nebula, also known as NGC 3372, spans over 300 light-years, one of our galaxy's largest star forming regions. Like the smaller, more northerly Great Orion Nebula, the Carina Nebula is easily visible to the unaided eye, though at a distance of 7,500 light-years it is some 5 times farther away. This gorgeous telescopic portrait reveals remarkable details of the region's glowing filaments of interstellar gas and obscuring cosmic dust clouds. Wider than the Full Moon in angular size, the field of view stretches over 300 light-years across the nebula. The Carina Nebula is home to young, extremely massive stars, including the still enigmatic variable Eta Carinae, a star with well over 100 times the mass of the Sun. Eta Carinae is the brightest star near the image center, just left of the dusty Keyhole Nebula (NGC 3324). While Eta Carinae itself maybe on the verge of a supernova explosion, X-ray images indicate that the Great Carina Nebula has been a veritable supernova factory. http://www.pleiades.hu/en/index.php Starship Asterisk* • APOD Discussion Page http://asterisk.apod.com/discuss_apod.php?date=131015 #APOD