Tuesday, July 25, 2017

JunoCam: Jupiter's band of clouds [1722x1722]

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Veil Nebula [4414x3532][OS][OC]

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NASA's Comet Nucleus Tour (CONTOUR) Lanched on a Boeing Delta II rocket on July 3, 2002 from Cape Canaveral. The probe was lost after it ignited its solid rocket engine take it out of Earth's orbit and put it on a heliocentric trajectory. [3000 x 2004)]

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Sunrise from ISS [4928 x 3280]

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NASA's Galileo spacecraft acquired its highest resolution images of Jupiter's moon Io on July 3, 1999 during its closest pass to Io since orbit insertion in late 1995. [2796 x 2796]

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Neptune and Triton [2073 x 2678]

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Dawn breaks behind the ASTP Saturn IB launch vehicle during the Countdown Demonstration Test. [2400 x 3000]

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A collection of NASA's research aircraft on the ramp at the Dryden Flight Research Center in July 1997: X-31, F-15 ACTIVE, SR-71, F-106, F-16XL Ship #2, X-38, and X-36. [3030 x 2426]

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The X-38, a research vehicle built to help develop technology for an emergency Crew Return Vehicle (CRV), descends under its steerable parachute during a July 1999 test flight at the Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards, California. [4040 x 3123]

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NGC 7098 — an intriguing spiral galaxy with numerous sets of double features [3435 x 3538]

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The Milky Way over Easter Island (x-post) [OC][1400x946]

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TRACE flare [360 x 360 GIF]

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Cassini's perspective in false-color as it gazes toward the rings beyond Saturn's sunlit horizon [1011x885]

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First real attempt at night photography, really proud of the results! Diamond lake, New Zealand. 3648 × 5472

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Stevie Nicks & Tom Petty - Stop Draggin' My Heart Around

The Milky Way across the sky in a 360 pano gif! [OC] [OS] [1000X1500]

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Monday, July 24, 2017

Starry Trails over Brandywine Lake, WV [OC][2048x1365]

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My first ever successful attempt at Astrophotography - Milky Way over Vail,CO [OC][5142x3428]

http://bit.ly/2txHPoT via /r/spaceporn http://bit.ly/2uUiU2s

Aurora Borealis Over Iceland [2048 x 871]

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My Shot of the Milky Way Core Over Idaho Wilderness [OC] [3648x5472]

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My third attempt at capturing The Milky Way. Maroon Bells, Aspen Colorado[OC](2597x3973)

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NGC 3521: Galaxy in a Bubble [2234 × 1677]

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Milky Way Galaxy - El Dorado County [OC] [4288x2848]

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Milky Way over Little Tahoma; taken at the Mount Fremont Lookout in the Mt Rainier National Park [OC] [5184x3456]

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Friday, July 21, 2017

Apollo 11: Catching Some Sun [2349 × 2361]

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[OC] Milky Way from the Serengeti - Straight From Camera - ISO 6400, 11mm f/4.2, 25 Sec[6016x4000, ]

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The Milky Way over rocks on Shrine Pass, CO. [OC] [1500x2550]

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Bright Planetary Nebula NGC 7027 from Hubble [960 × 780]

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Aurora Borealis reflected by Lake Koocanusa, Montana. [OC] [2003 x 1337] @clarkbox

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On June 25, 1992, space shuttle Columbia and STS-50 launched from NASA's Kennedy Space Center, carrying the first United States Microgravity Laboratory. [2671 × 4096]

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The Total Lunar Eclipse through my telescope this morning. [OC] [3000x2126]

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Apollo 17 Saturn V rocket on Pad 39-A at dusk. This was the last human flight to the moon. Cape Canaveral - 1972. [1024x816]

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[GIF] Kuiper Belt Object 2014 MU69 passing in front of its star [501x501]

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Thursday, July 20, 2017

Phobos: Moon over Mars [3000 × 2400]

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Finger Lakes in NY from 106,500 ft. [OS][OC][1920 x 1080]

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In honor of the 48th anniversary of the Apollo 11 landing: Here is a repost of Buzz Aldrin (#11) being honored at a Tampa Bay Buccaneers game, with a military fly-over and giant American flag. [600 x 450]

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Milky Way over Lavanda field in Spain [OS][1600X2397]

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On June 30, 2001, the Microwave Anisotropy Probe (MAP) spacecraft launched on a Boeing Delta II rocket from Cape Canaveral. The probe measured small fluctuations in the temperature of the cosmic microwave background (CMB) and created the most accurate full-sky map of the CMB. [2033 x 3000]

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The Saturn IB launch vehicle lifting off from Launch Complex 39B at 9:01 a.m. EST. The Skylab 4 astronauts Gerald P. Carr, Dr. Edward G. Gibson, and William R. Pogue, were onboard for the third and final mission to the orbiting space station. [2400 x 3000]

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