Um bloog Variado De Imformaço~es.^^

Oh mozão, cheguei a conclusão
Já faz tempo que a gente fica
Quase um namoro, sei lá, a gente enrola
Eu sinto falta de você quando não está aqui

Sei lá, dá vontade de te amarrar
Colar em você e te prender a mim
Vontade de casar, ter filhos pra gente cuidar
Pra sempre namorar

Eu sei to viajando
Tô novo, mas o que custa sonhar?
Se o tempo não para de passar
E nunca vai parar

Num piscar de olhos, tá passando mais de um mês
A gente fica velho e o que a gente fez?
Não deixe o nosso plano acabar
Esteja aqui amanhã quando eu acordar

Momôzin vamos fazer assim
eu cuido de você, você cuida de mim
Não desisto de você e nem você de mim
Vamos até o fim

Momôzin vamos fazer assim
eu cuido de você, você cuida de mim
Não desisto de você e nem você de mim
Vamos até o fim, dá a mão pra mim

By @Dos_santhoss

Reblogged from jtotheizzoe  102 notas
jtotheizzoe:

NASA Spacecraft Are Taking Your Picture TODAY!
Head outside and look up at the sky at 2:27 PDT (21:27 UTC) to wave at the Cassini spacecraft as it captures a view of its home planet from orbit around Saturn. That’s in like 20 minutes as I write this post, so seriously, hurry.
If you miss it, or you’re afraid of not being on the correct side of Earth, fear not. NASA realized that the MESSENGER spacecraft around Mercury will also be in position to capture Earth this weekend. It will be doing so tomorrow, July 20 at 4:49 a.m., 5:38 a.m. and 6:41 a.m. PDT (11:49, 12:38, and 13:41 UTC). 
I’ll be sure to share these new versions of the iconic Pale Blue Dot image as soon as they are made available. Until then, here’s a good approximation of what it will look like … Earth and the moon from MESSENGER in 2010:

More info available on this photo op from NASA.

jtotheizzoe:

NASA Spacecraft Are Taking Your Picture TODAY!

Head outside and look up at the sky at 2:27 PDT (21:27 UTC) to wave at the Cassini spacecraft as it captures a view of its home planet from orbit around Saturn. That’s in like 20 minutes as I write this post, so seriously, hurry.

If you miss it, or you’re afraid of not being on the correct side of Earth, fear not. NASA realized that the MESSENGER spacecraft around Mercury will also be in position to capture Earth this weekend. It will be doing so tomorrow, July 20 at 4:49 a.m., 5:38 a.m. and 6:41 a.m. PDT (11:49, 12:38, and 13:41 UTC). 

I’ll be sure to share these new versions of the iconic Pale Blue Dot image as soon as they are made available. Until then, here’s a good approximation of what it will look like … Earth and the moon from MESSENGER in 2010:

More info available on this photo op from NASA.