Friday, September 25, 2020

Stephen Hummel takes a 4 1/2 hour picture of a "Red Sprite" above "Mount Locke" in Texas.


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Andromeda is so beautiful


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Researcher captures "Red Kobold" with camera


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6 year Progress with the same, cheap, entry-level gear: Left image is the first time I ever captured the Moon. Right one is in 2020 when I merged 1012 Exposures of the Moon using a technique called "Stacking" [OC]


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Photos of mars and venus I took from my phone. Please leave telescope suggestions that won't break the bank in the comments and thank you


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The Moon, Jupiter, and the Galilean moons [OC]


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Sorry it’s not even close to being a good photo but here’s my iPhone 11 attempt at seeing The moon, Jupiter and Saturn. I want a telescope now!


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Impressive view of NGC 5468, a spiral galaxy about 110,000 light-years across. In the last 20 years we have seen 5 stars explode as supernova in this galaxy. In normal spiral galaxies like our own, we witness maybe 1 every 50 years, so NGC 5468 is a bit of an oddball. [3979 x 3897](Image:ESA/Hubble)


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Dramatic image of NGC 5468, a spiral galaxy 140 million light-years from Earth. In the last 20 years we have seen 5 stars explode as supernova in this galaxy. In normal spiral galaxies like our own, we witness maybe 1 every 50 years, so NGC 5468 is an oddball. [3979 x 3897] (Image:ESA/Hubble)


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On this day in 1930, astronaut John Young was born. He flew in space six times (twice each on Gemini, Apollo, and Space Shuttle missions), and served as an astronaut longer than anyone to date: 42 years (1962-2004).


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The amazing surface of the sun


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Aurora Borealis over Kingdom of Norway photographed by Markus Varik on 23 September 2020. [2048 x 1365] [OS]


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National Geographic Map of Solar System


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Eyes on the Universe. Zoom in


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Thursday, September 24, 2020

While flying by these beautiful rings orbiting Saturn, the Cassini spacecraft took a snapshot of Earth and the Moon.


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Cyclones at Jupiter's North Pole


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Climate Crisis. [OC]


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Comparison of our sun to some of the biggest known stars


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UY Scuti - The largest known star (by volume). That's a really thicc boi.


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Mars and Stars from my backyard


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The Elephant's Trunk Nebula in wide-field.


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My first ever picture of Jupiter


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"The X-37B Orbital Test Vehicle mission 4 (OTV-4), the Air Force's unmanned, reusable space plane, landed at NASA's Kennedy Space Center Shuttle Landing Facility" in Florida, United States of America, on 7 May 2017. Photo credit: United States Air Force [1024 x 662]


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The Orion Constellation - I spent the last 5 years photographing this 2.5 Gigapixel mosaic of Orion. [OC]


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In October 2002, Dimitri Malashenkov, one of the scientists behind the Sputnik 2 mission, revealed that Laika had died by the fourth circuit of flight from overheating. ... Over five months later, after 2,570 orbits, Sputnik 2—including Laika's remains—disintegrated during re-entry on 14 April 1958.


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The Elephant's Trunk nebula


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For the 1st time ever, plants were sprouted on the moon – but didn’t survive long – as part of a biosphere experiment on China’s Chang’e-4 lander.


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Laika, a mixed-breed dog, was the first living being in orbit. She was launched on the Soviet Union's Sputnik 2 mission in November 1957.


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Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Not sure if you can See the Dot but I think I caught a Picture of the ISS! Tell me if i'm Wrong!


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M33 in narrowband from two backyards, in Europe and Texas.


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Inside the Soul Nebula


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Meteor over Crater Lake


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The Milky Way galaxy shimmers over Portugal's Lake Alqueva in this sunset view, to the left of the galaxy's dusty core, the brightest object in the sky is the planet Mars.


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Space x rocket launch, made by john .K his site:https://bit.ly/3hRmQG0


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The most well timed photo of 2020. The ISS passing right in front of Mars,


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The Orion Nebula from my backyard


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Not the best picture but taken through my binoculars last night.


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NASA’s Space Shuttle Atlantis. 2007


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Tallahassee, Florida


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Third attempt at shooting the ISS, and it was a big improvement from a vaguely H-shaped blob! Photographed with a cheap Xiaomi Redmi stuck onto a Skywatcher 6 150/1200 Dobson


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NASA's Space Shuttle Atlantis (STS-117) "rolls back into high bay 1 of the Vehicle Assembly Building from Launch Pad 39A" in 2007 at the NASA John F. Kennedy Space Center in Florida, United States of America. Photographer: Jeff Wolfe, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) [1993x3000]


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Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Great Hercules Cluster (M13) - Photo Taken Tonight from the Backyard


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M2-9: Wings of a Butterfly Nebula


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The PAC-MAN Nebula in SHO - captured with 11 inch


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My first Saturn image taken on 9/9 outside London


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My first ever Saturn picture!


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My favourite scientist Dr. Carl Sagan holding the famous Pioneer plaque.


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Sun in extreme ultraviolet captured by SOHO


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I’ve been designing SpaceX inspired blueprint mugs lately. Totally functional, and the schematics are hand drawn.


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Mars, phobos and Deimos from my backyard. [OC]


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