Army Strong
allthingswarhammer:

Hive Fleet Gorgon - Ferron Splinter Fleet - Devil Gaunts, Painted by Dave Weston http://gbp24.me/1fsvQdR

allthingswarhammer:

Hive Fleet Gorgon - Ferron Splinter Fleet - Devil Gaunts, Painted by Dave Weston http://gbp24.me/1fsvQdR

allthingswarhammer:

Another one.. #tau #tauempire #wargaming #warhammer #warhammer40k #40k
Author: simmotaylor
Source: http://gbp24.me/1gHm0ds
Date: March 28, 2014 at 12:18AM

invoke-smoke

allthingswarhammer:

Another one.. #tau #tauempire #wargaming #warhammer #warhammer40k #40k
Author: simmotaylor
Source: http://gbp24.me/1gHm0ds
Date: March 28, 2014 at 12:18AM

invoke-smoke
kekai-k:

One late Knight

kekai-k:

One late Knight

failnation:

Woah take it easy…http://failnation.tumblr.com

2-hell-n-back:

I can’t stop laughing at this. 

s-c-i-guy:

The View Near a Black Hole
In the center of a swirling whirlpool of hot gas is likely a beast that has never been seen directly: a black hole. Studies of the bright light emitted by the swirling gas frequently indicate not only that a black hole is present, but also likely attributes. The gas surrounding GRO J1655-40, for example, has been found to display an unusual flickering at a rate of 450 times a second. Given a previous mass estimate for the central object of seven times the mass of our Sun, the rate of the fast flickering can be explained by a black hole that is rotating very rapidly. What physical mechanisms actually cause the flickering — and a slower quasi-periodic oscillation (QPO) — in accretion disks surrounding black holes and neutron stars remains a topic of much research.
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s-c-i-guy:

The View Near a Black Hole

In the center of a swirling whirlpool of hot gas is likely a beast that has never been seen directly: a black hole. Studies of the bright light emitted by the swirling gas frequently indicate not only that a black hole is present, but also likely attributes. The gas surrounding GRO J1655-40, for example, has been found to display an unusual flickering at a rate of 450 times a second. Given a previous mass estimate for the central object of seven times the mass of our Sun, the rate of the fast flickering can be explained by a black hole that is rotating very rapidly. What physical mechanisms actually cause the flickering — and a slower quasi-periodic oscillation (QPO) — in accretion disks surrounding black holes and neutron stars remains a topic of much research.

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warhammer40kdatabase:

NIDS by tyrantwache
warhammer40kdatabase:

Marines vs Nids by madscuzzy