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Sunday, September 15, 2019

Beautiful.


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A Little Fireworks, by Alan Friedman (Astronomy Photographer of the Year) [1140x1600]


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Jupiter & its four planet-size moons, called the Galilean satellites, were photographed by Voyager 1. Reddish Io (upper left) is nearest Jupiter; Europa (center); Ganymede & Callisto (lower right). These are photographed in early March of 1998.


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Here’s my photo of the Friday 13th moon with an iPhone and a £200 telescope, but with a blue filter . . .


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Aurora


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Saturday, September 14, 2019

Clearest night skies in Ladakh, India. Shot on Galaxy s8 + 10 seconds exposure


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A long way from home...


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Trees and stars.


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Variety of different dune types in southern Lyot Crater in the Northern lowlands on Mars. Transverse dunes to the west grade into longitudinal dunes downwind to the east and barchans to the south, possibly because of local winds channeled by topography in the impact basin.


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The Andromeda Galaxy


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Friday the 13th Full Moon


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The planet Uranus. Credit: Mount Wilson Observatory (2009)


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Apollo 15 astronaut David Scott dropping a hammer & feather on the Moon. Both the objects fall at the same rate.


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Earth from Apollo 15


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This new picture of Saturn released yesterday


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Amazing what you can do with an iPhone and a $200 telescope.


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Milky way over lighthouse Nova Scotia, Canada [OC]


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Carina nebula be looking like the generic version of nebulae


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Snapped this humble photo of Saturn using a nearly 30 year old Vixen Sky Scope 80s, a 3D-printed phone adapter and an iPhone 7. Aprox. 187x mag.


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[OC] My first ever photo of the Milky Way


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Space Butterfly


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Friday, September 13, 2019

Moon using Nikon P1000


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Cassini spacecraft has tracked the aftermath of a rare massive storm on Saturn.


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Jupiter and the shadow of Io as seen by Juno on Perijove 22


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One of my first photos ever using a telescope! Telescope was from my school so I’m not sure the details


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A long way from home...


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Hubble snapped this pic of Saturn at its closest approach to Earth this past June


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IC 1805: The Heart Nebula


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[OS]New HQ Image of Saturn!


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The Western Veil from my Delaware Driveway


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Apollo 12 view of Earth from Lunar orbit


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The Soyuz MS-10 spacecraft launched with Expedition 57 at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan on Oct. 11, 2018 (Photo: NASA/Bill Ingalls) [3071x1914]


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Milky Way over Dunmore Castle, Scotland


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A Moonrise in Delhi


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Apollo 12 view of Earth from Lunar orbit


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Saturn's rings. Credit: NASA, Cassini Spacecraft


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Earth... Ain’t She a Beauty?


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Thursday, September 12, 2019

Saturn and its giant moon Titan. Credit: Cassini


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Kinda proud of this one


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Saturn in perigee (image by Hubble during its closest pass to Earth). Link in comments.


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This image of Saturn is taken 40 years ago by NASA's Pioneer 11 Spacecraft. It became the 1st spacecraft to fly by Saturn.


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The change in Jupiter's Great Red Spot over the course of almost two years...


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The Cygnus Wall from Northern California [OC]


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Martian Rocks. Credit: NASA, MAHLI, Curiosity Rover


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The Dolphin on Jupiter


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The Milkyway and Jupiter over a field of Lavender in South France [OC]


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New picture of Saturn from the Hubble


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Earth and Moon as seen from Mars


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The Andromeda Galaxy from my backyard!


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My last Milky Way core image of the season


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