Friday, November 15, 2019

We can related !


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Earth eclipses the sun — an image captured on a 16mm camera by the Apollo 12 crew, on their way home aboard "Yankee Clipper"


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At the edge of NGC 2174. Captured in infrared light by Hubble, it lies 6,400 light-years away in the constellation Orion and is associated with the open star cluster NGC 2175


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7,950 images stacked to get this image of Saturn [OC]


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Rim mountains of the South Pole-Aitken basin on the far side of the Moon, taken by Apollo 8


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“M16 and the Eagle Nebula” by Martin Pugh


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Thursday, November 14, 2019

Fortress and the Milky way [OC]


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Auroras


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Mercury Transiting the Quiet Sun Credit : John Chumack


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Aeroject Rocketdyne's CECE, an RL-10 derivative, being tested (2010)


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The witch head nebula


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Star ending its life (Source: NASA)


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Transit of Venus


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47% Waning Crescent [OC]


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The west may have darker skies and more dramatic landscapes but Louisiana isn't too shabby for astronomy!


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Space, Water, Magic


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Mercury transit 11.11.2019.


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SpaceX Crew Dragon's first successful launch escape system test


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Space Shuttle Launching In Slow Motion.


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Rare Collision Between Four Galaxy Clusters


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Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Earth from the International Space Station


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NGC 3717: A Nearly Sideways Spiral Galaxy


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A Trail of Night Lights from the International Space Station


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Our beautiful ice giants Uranus and Neptune in true color compared to the size of Earth, Venus and Mars.


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2017 Solar Eclipse (photo by Sebastian Voltmer) [768x960]


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Vertiginous Jupiter.


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Storm on Saturn


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High definition Newly taken shots by NASA Mountain Olympus Mons on Mars, its twice as tall as Mount Everest


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Stars from my rooftop [OC]


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One of my first shots of the moon! Taken 11/6 [OC]


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Orion over El Castillo


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Artemis core stage now complete with its RS-25 rocket engines


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Andromeda over Nashville, if it were bright enough to see with the naked eye [OC]


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Aurora


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Rhea closest approach 39 years ago by Voyager 1 on November 12, 1980 [870 x 640]


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Mercury (black dot) Transition


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Tuesday, November 12, 2019

NASA Might Explore Venus With Stingray-Like Spacecraft


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A Nearly Sideways Spiral Galaxy


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The Very Large Array radio astronomy observatory in New Mexico [OC] It's not a space pic, but these dishes take a lot of space pics and have contributed so much to our knowledge of the universe. I geeked out super hard today!


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This is the result of 38.5 hours of exposure on the night sky - The Fighting Dragons of Ara [OC]


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A plane photobombed one of my moon shots


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Jet stream N3 in Jupiter’s northern hemisphere, as seen by the Juno probe


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Tried messing around with my single exposure milkyway selfie shot. What do you guys think?


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Took this last night. Can anyone explain why there appears to be an orange ring around the moon? (Hope it’s ok to post this)


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Puppis A (top right) - The remnant of a supernova, spanning 10 light years across and located 70,000 light years away. The light from the supernova itself would have been visible to the human eye around 1700 BC. Image Credit: NASA/Don Goldman via APOD [2500x2500]


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Photos were taken after the last mission of the spacecraft STS-133


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Endeavor looks at the sky


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The Space Shuttle Atlantis lifts off from the Kennedy Space Center's Launch Pad 39A. Launch occurred at 7:30 a.m. (EST), Nov 12, 1995. [4593 × 4671]


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One of my favorite SpaceX Starlink-1 photos from our launhpad cameras... +60 smallsats now in orbit on the way to 42k [OC]


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Getting some Christmas presents done.


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