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Here’s more photos of our favorite Yosemite summit, El Capitán.

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And here’s the Millennium Falcon flying over it.

In real fake life, the Falcon would be much smaller in proportion to the Yosemite Valley (34.37 m long compared to 13,000 m long), but we’re not too concerned about things making sense here.

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Onto news of small things:

Here is a tiny thing next to an even tinier thing. This is an AllFlex circuit and an accelerator (the object in the photo that most closely resembles a dot, or a freckle, or a speck of dust).

There’s a ruler and a penny in there as double proof of how amazingly small these things are.

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On the topic of perfectly sized things, we also may have discovered that this tool chest works surprisingly well as a cocoon for Danny.

Giant canyons, tiny accelerators, and sitting in things we probably shouldn’t ship people in.