Tuesday, October 15, 2019

A new star is born in our galaxy roughly every 18 days

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Had a nice clearing in the clouds

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My EXTREMELY Amateur photo of Saturn

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THIS is what Venus would look like to you in high orbit, wearing neutral sunglasses. Not brown-mushy, not orange-spidery, not blue-white like a shirt. Venus is a blinding white ball with hardly any feature and tint. (natural color composite by Gordan Ugarković (data from MESSENGER probe, 2007-05-05)

http://bit.ly/2OOQwc0 via /r/spaceporn http://bit.ly/2VKWbRL

Earth and Moon as seen from around Mercury

http://bit.ly/2MNwhss via /r/spaceporn http://bit.ly/32keL5R

Shipwreck [OC]

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Uranus like small blue dot.

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A crescent Earth seen from Lunar orbit by Apollo 15 Astronaut Al Worden

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Pristine Dust Deposits in Syria Planum, Mars. Credit:NASA, JPL, U of Arizona.

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Less than 100 years after we blasted our first rocket into space, we now have this and many more to join in soon

http://bit.ly/31fHTcT via /r/spaceporn http://bit.ly/33qU08G

Ancient river valley on Mars

http://bit.ly/32iLk43 via /r/spaceporn http://bit.ly/31dWhlX

99% full moon on Oct 13th

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Snapshot from a simulation of two colliding stars. New research finds such collisions can form magnetic stars (blue stragglers) that evolve into magnetars — which are neutron stars with absurd magnetic fields that reach 5 quadrillion (1 quadrillion = 1,000 billions) times the strength of Earth's.

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Telescope view of Jupiter and its Galilean moons.

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I took a picture of the Sun with a bonus

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Sand dunes, natural consequence of the wind patterns, on Mars. Dark spots are due to seasonal frost that has sublimed away. Credit:NASA, JPL

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Pluto and its moon Charon. Credit: NASA/JHUAPL/SwRI

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Most closely photo of Saturn I ever take.

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Finally got sun-filters so I decide to take this photo.

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The moon through my telescope

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Monday, October 14, 2019

This bad boy will bring much more space porn (James Webb Space Telescope)

http://bit.ly/32bY78l via /r/spaceporn http://bit.ly/2MF80ox

Little Ghost Nebula [NGC-6369] Looks More Like A Turtle! I Like Turtles. 🐢

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Mars Express view of Mars Poles (incredible detail))

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I've been doing space photography since August I'm very new and this my favorite shot of the full moon Oct 12th 2019

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Space sleeve finish

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Best picture of Saturn I take. Testing wide angle. (10 inch telescope)

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HQ Jupiter 10 inch telescope. (254mm)

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Saturn is my favorite planet to photograph. (good atmosphere)

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NOT MY PIC,what is that bright cluster like thing nex to the smc?

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NGC 6357 - The Lobster Nebula In Scorpius! Soooo Many Amazing Colors! [3600x2850]

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Edward Evans observing an occultation of Jupiter during the Terra Nova Antarctic expedition, June 8, 1911

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Full moon over MI, 10/13/19 [OC]

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Helix nebula

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Sunday, October 13, 2019

Sh2-188 - The Dolphin Nebula [OC]

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Charon, one of Pluto's moons. Credit:NASA / JHUAPL / SwRI / Alex Parker / Daniel Macháček

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Space never sizes to both amaze and scare me (rare lunar ring)

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Sculptor Galaxy shot from my backyard, New Zealand in the worst possible condition. This is my first deep sky object from my backyard in the city. No filters/Fancy light pollution gear. Super stoked!

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Milky way testing Canon 70D new camera (incredible results)

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A Stellar Jewel Box: Open Cluster NGC 290 Credit: NASA, ESA, Hubble

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There is a road that connects the Northern to the Southern Cross but you have to be at the right place and time to see it. The road, as seen in this 30-image composite picture by Nicholas Buer, is actually the central band of our Milky Way Galaxy.

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Saturn at bad atmosphere. [Rip]

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Jupiter take #2 [I am proud]

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Earth from Apollo 10

http://bit.ly/2VxKa23 via /r/spaceporn http://bit.ly/2OHaQfd

Jupiter through amateur telescope. [Low Quality]

http://bit.ly/2MAyJCF via /r/spaceporn http://bit.ly/32dIU6F

A solar eclipse is observed at Coquimbo, Chile

http://bit.ly/2OPC03w via /r/spaceporn http://bit.ly/2VFbDz2

That's a Moon

http://bit.ly/2qaeYdD via /r/spaceporn http://bit.ly/33q10T7

Earth and Moon

http://bit.ly/2Ba9Rwm via /r/spaceporn http://bit.ly/2B4iKr4

Planetary Nebulae

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NASA Astronaut Christina H. Koch "(top center) conducts a spacewalk at the Port-6 (P6) truss structure work site to upgrade International Space Station power systems" on 6 October 2019. Photo credit: National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) [5568 x 3712]

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Jupiter and its fifth moon, Io.

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