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   xoxoxoBruce  Monday Aug 28 11:56 PM

Aug 29th, 2017: Hubble’s Space

The Hubble telescope changed our perception and understanding how big space is.
Hubble helped scientists understand how planets and galaxies form.
Hubble Ultra Deep Field picture shows some of the farthest galaxies ever seen.
Hubble pictures convinced scientists the universe is almost 14 billion years old.
Hubble gave us the most beautiful éclairs ever, in vanilla, pistachio, raspberry, salted caramel, and chocolate.

Capturing “the beauty of the cosmos,” each éclair features icing inspired by an interstellar aesthetic. Various shades of blue, purple, and pink swirl together to form galaxies speckled with stars. Though made with simple ingredients—most notably sugar and food coloring—each tiny treat features the captivating colors and mesmerizing depth found in Hubble Space Telescope photos, proving the pastry's' infinite artistic possibilities.

Musse Confectionery's galactic éclairs are worth trying if you happen to be in Kiev.


Happy Monkey  Wednesday Aug 30 10:34 AM


xoxoxoBruce  Wednesday Aug 30 11:51 AM

You should have posted a warning, this video may cause cavities.

glatt  Wednesday Aug 30 11:55 AM

I couldn't watch it all the way through. Why does she edit out her breathing? It's literally nonstop talking. It really bothered me.

xoxoxoBruce  Wednesday Aug 30 12:06 PM

Yeah, she's annoying.

fargon  Wednesday Aug 30 12:13 PM

She is too perky.

Happy Monkey  Wednesday Aug 30 12:49 PM

I enjoy her videos. I'm sure I couldn't handle her in person (I'm awkward with handshakes, let alone hugs), but my perkiness ratio is extremely low in my other media consumption, so maybe she evens things out.

Gravdigr  Wednesday Aug 30 02:09 PM

I've got some ideas for videos I'd like to see her make.

She could have a stellar career in the pornography industry.

SPUCK  Tuesday Sep 5 12:31 AM

Blech. Blue food from a bottle??

xoxoxoBruce  Tuesday Sep 5 01:46 AM

Now now, not all blue bottle food is bad.

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