Wednesday, October 17, 2018

"Crushed in Perspective" - Sometimes the stars remind us how small we (and our problems) really are. [1365x2048][OC]


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Remnant of a supernova


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Our Beautiful Moon


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Lunar transition from day to night [OC] [1073x872]


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The Tongue of the Ocean (Earth) [3060 x 2036]


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My image of the Wizard Nebula taken from a suburb of a city of 1 million [1920x1458]


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M15: Dense Globular Star Cluster [2758 x 2208]


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Dust and Clouds Dance Over the Sahara: European Space Agency Astronaut Alexander Gerst snapped this photograph from the ISS while orbiting over Libya in 2014. He "was looking south-southwest over a storm that stretched hundreds of kilometers across the sand seas of the Sahara." [4284x2844][OS]


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Exhaust plume of SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, Vandenberg Air Force Base in California on October 7, 2018 (Matt Hartman) [1010x577]


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Carina Nebula


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[OC] ULA Atlas V 551 AEHF-4 launches from Cape Canaveral's SLC41 [5942x3961]


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Monday, October 15, 2018

Jupiter in Ultraviolet from Hubble planet 🔭 [1280 x 1200]


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[OC] Arecibo Radio Telescope on a foggy morning. 15/Oct/2018. [4032 x 3024]


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Milky way vs transmission line vs mars (bottom left)


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Milky Way over the pacific ocean in humboldt ca [OC] [6145x6568]OC


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Widefield Orion [OC][2048x1365]


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An astronaut aboard the International Space Station captured this photograph of part of Lake Van in Turkey, the largest soda or alkaline lake on Earth. [ 4928 x 3280 ]


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[OC] Took this picture through a child’s Discovery Kids telescope


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Milky Way over Maroon Bells at the first signs of fall. Aspen, CO [OC][1600x1176]


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Orion's Belt [ 1280 x 1017 ]


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Ring Nebula between the two outermost stars of the Lyra constellation. [OC] [5603 x 3579]


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North America nebula (lack of) in infrared light [6800 x 6800]


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M16: In and Around the Eagle Nebula - The Pillars of Creation can be seen in the center of the light blue region - [3595x2684]


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Sunday, October 14, 2018

Watching the SpaceX Falcon9 launch with our boxer puppy, Kona. Excited to have this featured as the NASA APOD yesterday! [2048x1638](OC)


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Planet Earth and the ISS: European Space Agency (ESA) Astronaut Alexander Gerst "calibrates and operates the Sextant Navigation device that is testing emergency navigation methods such as stability and star sighting in microgravity for future Orion exploration missions." [5568 x 3712] [OS]


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[OC] I took a picture of the ISS next to the moon.


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European Space Agency (ESA) Astronaut Alexander Gerst "calibrates and operates the Sextant Navigation device that is testing emergency navigation methods such as stability and star sighting in microgravity for future Orion exploration missions." Planet Earth photographed from the ISS [5568x3712][OS]


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Falcon 9 Long exposure!


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Orion in Red and Blue [1500 x 1485]


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Falcon 9 launch


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Scientists are hunting for fifth force of nature


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The Orion Nebula [2966x2966] my second try


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Soyuz_TMA-1_at_the_ISS [3032 × 2008]


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Friday, October 12, 2018

My friend's first attempt at a panoramic astro photograph. Five photos stitched together, making this a 100MP image. — at Cape Schanck, Mornington Peninsula, Australia.


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"Flying over the Pacific Ocean at night, this planet's place in the universe becomes pretty obvious," writes European Space Agency (ESA) Astronaut Alexander Gerst on 10 October 2018. Outer space and Planet Earth photographed from the International Space Station. [5568 x 3712] [OS]


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"Home": Composite image of my street and the milky way tracked from my front yard. [2048x1366]{OC]


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Milky Way over the Bowling Ball Beach in Northern California [4016x6016]


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Star lit Utah sky [ 4000 X 5000 ] [OC]


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A cosmic evening in Oregon [1620x931][OC][OS]


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Photo of Pluto taken by New Horizons - [1200x1200]


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