#Pluto and #Neptune got together again last night for our sold out #GongBath @yogakulaleeds
It's always a blessing to play with the wonder woman that is Dee Mishka.
Thanks to everyone who came too.
Book in for more on April 9th - a #Cacao and #SoundHealing celebration 11am-3pm at Kula.
A little throwy to my hometown because I appreciate the folk there when Pluto comes into play and all I wanna do is call people out on their general bullshit. I have so much time for my honest, say it how it is hippy fam bam 😍🙌🏽 #coffeefixeseverythingducttapedoesnt
The star-forming Cat’s Paw Nebula through ArTeMiS’s eyes: This image of the star formation region NGC 6334 is one of the first scientific images from the ArTeMiS instrument on APEX. The picture shows the glow detected at a wavelength of 0.35 millimetres coming from dense clouds of interstellar dust grains. The new observations from ArTeMiS show up in orange and have been superimposed on a view of the same region taken in near-infrared light by ESO’s VISTA telescope at Paranal.
Image Credit: ArTeMiS team/Ph. André, M. Hennemann, V. Revéret et al./ESO/J. Emerson/VISTA Acknowledgment: Cambridge Astronomical Survey Unit.