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Drinking plenty of water is important to maintain optimal health, but infusing it with these ingredients can make water even more powerful! All natural and refreshing infused water recipes. No more added immune or energy boosts needed!

Anti Nausea Drinking plenty of water is important to maintain optimal health, but infusing it with these ingredients can make water even more powerful! All natural and refreshing infused water recipes. No more added immune or energy boosts needed!

#Astronomy: NASA spacecraft New Horizons is currently en route to the #Pluto-Charon system, estimated arrival date July 14, 2015.

Astronomy: NASA spacecraft New Horizons is currently en route to the Pluto-Charon system, estimated arrival date July

9 #Pug Photobombs Guaranteed To Put A Smile On Your Face #refinery29 http://www.refinery29.com/the-dodo/69#slide9 "Cat?!? What cat?"More Cuteness From The Dodo:10 Kittens Learning Important Lessons From Their Elders8 Puppies Trying To Figure Out How Stairs WorkThese Romping Bulldog Puppies Are AdorableElephant's Graceless Tumble Into A Pond Turns Out Brilliantly

What cat?"More Cuteness From The Kittens Learning Important Lessons From Their Puppies Trying To Figure Out How Stairs WorkThese Romping Bulldog Puppies Are AdorableElephant's Graceless Tumble Into A Pond Turns Out Brilliantly

Stack of F/A-18 Super Hornets

Navy Hornet aircraft assigned to the River Rattlers, Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) fly in a column formation

The Cartwheel galaxy as seen by 3 space telescopes. 100 million years ago, another, smaller galaxy tumbled through the Cartwheel galaxy and left behind "ripples" of star creation. The outer ring is the first ripple, with high ultraviolet output, and the inner yellow spot is from the second ripple, which was smaller and high in infrared output. From NASAimages.org #space #cartwheel | http://exploringuniversecollections.blogspot.com

This false-color composite image provided by NASA hows the Cartwheel galaxy as seen by the Galaxy Evolution Explorer's Far Ultraviolet detector (blue); the Hubble Space Telescope t (green); the Spitzer Space Telescope (red); and the Chandra (purple).