Tuesday, May 24, 2022

Mazeworld, space art by me


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Saturn through 28 inch dobsonian.


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Boeing OFT-2 Liftoff [may 19, 2022] Image from NASA


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Captured this picture of the moon with a cheap telescope I found in a thrift store.


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Saturn. Rendered in 3dsmax, edited in Photoshop


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My best lunar photo to date


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Monday, May 23, 2022

A fluid acrylic rendering like of the moons surface


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The Dumbbell Nebula aka the Apple Core Nebula (NGC 6853). The nebula has one of the largest known white dwarf at its centre and is visible with most amateur telescopes. Credit Jim Mazur


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I have always had this fascination with space. as a kid I made cardboard box rocket ships. this piece is inspired by that.


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Picture of the moon I got at Lowell Observatory in Arizona!


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Nebula of a Warrior (Orion)


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Lunar


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Sunday, May 22, 2022

Martian surface frost, made up largely of carbon dioxide, appears blueish-white in these images from the Thermal Emission Imaging System (THEMIS) camera aboard NASA's 2001 Odyssey orbiter.


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The Sun in H alpha (left) and visible light (right) by Alan Friedman


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Arp 147 is an interacting pair of galaxies, a spiral galaxy (right) and an elliptical galaxy (left), that appear to mark the number 10. It is about 115,000 light-years across and lies some 430 million light-years away in the constellation Cetus.


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One of my favorite shots. I call it "Lone tree under the stars"


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Moon dressed as Saturn


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Rho Ophiuchi Cloud Complex. My first real experience with tracker


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The best of my astrophotos, all images captured and composited by me


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The Boeing Starliner comparison image.


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Saturday, May 21, 2022

Jupiter and Io's shadow this morning


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“The Milky Way” One of my favorite space inspired acrylic paintings I’ve made


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This morning I finally got to see Saturn again


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AR3014 is one of the largest sunspots in years. Stretching more than 125,000 km from end to end, that is almost 10 times our planet diameter. (Credit: Maximilian Teodorescu)


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here are a couple of planets that I painted yesterday✌🏻


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Boeing Starliner on the docking process. Only 208m from the ISS. Manual tracking from UK


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Friday, May 20, 2022

The Most Remote Constellation


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"Star Gazer" acrylic portrait I made of my cat during the Perseid Meteor Shower


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Looking up at Jupiter from the very bottom - image from NASA Cassini


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2009, Servicing Mission 4


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Wish I saw more space art in museums so here is an abstract nebula in oil paints, OC


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The largest moons in our solar system! TLBR: Ganymede, Titan, Callisto, Io, Luna, Europa, Triton, Titania and Rhea. More details in the comments.


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The Sun Yesterday


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Crafted Nebula rings!


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So would this be true? Cause tbh I just can’t wrap my head around it.


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This collection of 36 images from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope features galaxies that are all hosts to both Cepheid variables and supernovae.


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A composite of the Moon that I made with images captured by a telescope and smartphone


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Thursday, May 19, 2022

Wide view of the eclipse


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The Veil Nebula taken by Hubble


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Paradise caves, ink and acrylic painting of canvas. 100 hrs


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Orion


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My render of a quasar because I think they're cool.


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A large prominence jets out away from the Sun.


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Alphecca the 67th brightest star.


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The Solar Orbiter probe got close to the Sun during its March flyby and took some amazing pictures of its surface. The probe was closer than planet Mercury at that time.


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NGC 4321 (Messier 100) [1920x1902]


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The Solar Orbiter spacecraft released its closest images of the sun today, revealing a range of never before seen phenomena including this odd geyser of hot and cold gas dubbed the "solar hedgehog."


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I made a Barren Planet necklace!


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The Horsehead Nebula [OC]


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Photo of Moon I took before the blood moon the other night. Canon 90D ISO 200 135MM F5.6 1/60sec cropped and edited in lightroom


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