Thursday, October 22, 2020

The Milky Way in Zion National Park is beautiful and provides a perfect spot for camping under the stars.


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Every Surface Humankind has Visited [2020 Edition] (Updated with Bennu!)


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The moon from my house


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Fantastic this photo of the return of the astronauts


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The milkyway from my apartment window.


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The Horsehead Nebula - My largest backyard project to date [OC] (5956x3002)


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Wednesday, October 21, 2020

I captured this self portrait under the Milky Way at Craters of the Moon National Monument with my girlfriend in a single 15 second photo.


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[OC] Luna, Jupiter and Saturn (faintly) from Parker’s Lighthouse.


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Not as nice as others, but I caught the night sky reflecting off a lake on my phone camera.


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Lovely night sky of Bournemouth, England


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Jupiter and it's two moons named Io and Amalthea


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My 95 hour exposure of the Dueling Dragons of Ara - a star forming region 4,000 light years away


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Rockets then, rockets now. — A 70 year difference in rocketry.


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The Waxing Crescent Moon [OC] [19/10/2020 19:13 273°,+9°]


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[OC] Mars is bright enough to be seen from the middle of the city tonight. [iPhone photo]


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Tuesday, October 20, 2020

🚀 What you’re seeing is an exquisitely detailed simulation of roughly 400,000 pounds of thrust. It took the equivalent of 16,000 computer CPU cores running for a month and a half to produce.


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Another Attempt At The Andromeda Galaxy


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My friend took this picture at kholer-andrae state park. @tysonslade on Instagram he takes great photos


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The Milky Way over Monument Valley, AZ [OC]


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Sun + clouds


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The Milky Way Surrounding Cassiopeia [OC]


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An image of earth made in blender (by me)


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NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter shows "Victoria crater," an impact crater at Meridiani Planum, near the equator of Mars. The crater is approximately 800 meters (half a mile) in diameter and it was visited by Opportunity. (color enhanced)


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Camera's on the way, so here's a processed image of Saturn through only a cellphone with no stabilizer. (150mm telescope, 6.5mm eyepiece. Also blocked some light with an aperture mask. Corrected colors and processed a little bit with PIPP, Autostakkert and Registax 6)


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That tiny dot is your home – from Saturn. (Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute)


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Andromeda galaxy and a bright meteor


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Monday, October 19, 2020

Smiley Moon


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Decided to try my hand at a starless M-42 Orion Nebula


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The Pleiades [OC]


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Space Shuttle Atlantis is seen from the Mir-18 crew members aboard Russia's Mir Space Station. June 1995


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Pleiades One Night Before New Moon


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Brown dwarf star sitting on the horizon


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Birds eye view of Space Shuttle Atlantis. The Space Shuttle Atlantis is pictured during the slow journey to Pad 39A from the Vehicle Assembly Building on Aug. 20, 1996, before the launch of STS-79.


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Light clouds in a recent time lapse I made make it look like Jupiter is burning the treeline


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All 12 Apollo Astronauts who walked on the moon between July 1969 and December 1972


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Sunday, October 18, 2020

Before and After processing the California Nebula from my backyard [OC]


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This tree traveled to space as a seed during the Apollo 14 mission! You can locate this “Moon Tree” at the Friendly Plaza in beautiful Monterey, CA.


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North American Nebula (top left) and Sadr Region (bottom right) [OC][2560x1707]


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Andromeda from my backyard


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Milky way, Saturn, Jupiter. 10/17/2020 Adirondacks, NY


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Wildflowers, hills, trees, and milky way. Maybe south Saskatchewan isn't as boring as advertised [1365x2048][OC]


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Dust, stars, and cosmic rays swirling around Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko, captured by the Rosetta probe.


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Sun's new sunspot - wide view


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A commemorative USSR stamp from 1984 featuring Bhaskara-I, Bhaskara-II and Aryabhata satellites [X-Post: r/IndiaSocial]


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Waxing Crescent (Tehran, Iran) right now at 6:20 pm


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"Ham" in his NASA gear as he is about to board the Mercury-Redstone-2 capsule prior to his test flight conducted on January 31, 1961. Project Mercury was the first human spaceflight program of the US, running from 1958-1963. Ham lived for another 22 years after working for NASA. [800 x 1424]


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Mars at Opposition 2020 with an XT8 telescope [1620x1620][OC]


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Our Milky Way over an old homestead in Ontario, Canada [OC]


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"This long-exposure photograph highlights an atmospheric phenomenon that is easier to spot from the International Space Station (ISS) than from Earth—airglow. An astronaut captured the view of a starry sky above the glow of Earth's atmosphere" while over the Indian Ocean on 31 July 2020. [5568x3712]


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