Sunday, January 26, 2020

What's this bright cluster at the bottom of this Milky Way picture? Zoom out / zoom in for more context via /r/spaceporn

A pic of night sky from my backyard (took with a phone) via /r/spaceporn

The Rosette Nebula – C49 [OC] via /r/spaceporn

Milky way core from South Africa [OC] [2048x1366] via /r/spaceporn

The dolphin on jupiter via /r/spaceporn

The Triangulum Galaxy – M33 [OC] via /r/spaceporn

Rosette Nebula (Oc) 9 hours total exposure via /r/spaceporn

Mystic Mountain Nebula (partial) painted by me with watercolor and gouache via /r/spaceporn

Milky way from May 2019 via /r/spaceporn

Saturday, January 25, 2020

I got the chance to work with some data taken from a 4.3 m telescope, this is the result [OC] via /r/spaceporn

Cat's Eye Nebula (Like Polaris) Makes For A Perfect North Ecliptic Pole For Earth. It Rotates In Alignment With All Planets Within Our Solar System. via /r/spaceporn

Pictured is the Apollo 13 Command Module and James Lovell’s space suit (right side of picture) that he wore during the mission. I was lucky enough to see them today! Located in Kansas nonetheless! [OC] via /r/spaceporn

This nebula is known for looking like the North America continent, complete with a prominent Gulf of Mexico. It's 1,700 lights years from Earth and was captured with 13.79 hours of exposure time. via /r/spaceporn

Flame, horse head(faint), running man, and Orion Nebulas via /r/spaceporn

A full moon I took in December via /r/spaceporn

Tucked up the hill from Phoenix is a gem of a dark location. You can see a touch of MW and Orion here. [OC][1894x1344] via /r/spaceporn

My first attempt at andromeda via /r/spaceporn

The Gateway Arch, Moon and Sun. OC Jan 5, 2020 via /r/spaceporn

[OS] Probable sandstone deposits on West Chasma, Mars, taken by HiRISE via /r/spaceporn

Pacman and the moon via /r/spaceporn

The Horsehead and Flame Nebula from my light-polluted backyard! via /r/spaceporn

Friday, January 24, 2020

Mars, but Earthified 🌏 via /r/spaceporn

The Horsehead and Flame Nebulas from my light-polluted backyard! via /r/spaceporn

Into the Shadow 🌚[2000 x 1271] via /r/spaceporn

I took a picture of the sun this afternoon. Several Earth-Sized flames dancing on the surface. [OC] via /r/spaceporn

The Horsehead and Flame Nebula from my light-polluted backyard! via /r/spaceporn

A Map of Voyager 2's Trajectory out of the Solar System via /r/spaceporn

January 20, 2020 Northern Michigan [oc] via /r/spaceporn

Picture that I got through my telescope via /r/spaceporn

Olympus Mons, Mars largest volcano via /r/spaceporn

Mathematical Simulation of Planets Colliding - 2019 update! Same scientist, new simulation, photorealistic visualization (yesterday's front page video is from 2007). More details in comments. via /r/spaceporn

The Horsehead and Flame Nebula from my light-polluted backyard via /r/spaceporn

M106 via /r/spaceporn

Got my own space porn, for life! [OC] via /r/spaceporn

NASA's Astronomy Picture of the Day January 23, 2020: "NGC 6752" star cluster via /r/spaceporn

Crab Nebula, as Seen by Herschel and Hubble [Hubble Space Telescope] via /r/spaceporn

Mt Fuji stargazing via /r/spaceporn

M50 - The Heart Shaped Cluster [OC] via /r/spaceporn

Started getting into astrophotography, took this a while back and i'm pretty happy with it. via /r/spaceporn

Thursday, January 23, 2020

I captured 2 hours of Jupiter's rotation and its Great Red Spot from my backyard. via /r/spaceporn

Timelapse from the first time I saw the Milky Way - Tobermory, Ontario via /r/spaceporn

Night sky in Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico. Attempt at mobile astrophotography. [OC] via /r/spaceporn

Shuttle Discovery at National Air and Space museum via /r/spaceporn

Mathematical Simulation of Planets Colliding via /r/spaceporn

I got a new camera recently, first (decent) astro photo! It may not be a nebula, but I'm still proud! [OC] via /r/spaceporn

My attempt at some wide field photography via /r/spaceporn

On this day: 1/24/1986 Voyager 2 becomes first spacecraft to fly past Uranus and its moons. via /r/spaceporn

I collected light for 28 hours with an amateur telescope to build this detailed portrait of the Sunflower Galaxy. Its hazy outer halo contains billions of stars that were strewn across space as it absorbed a companion galaxy. [OC] via /r/spaceporn