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Friday, July 19, 2019

Milky Way and SETI Radio Telescopes at the Allen Array [OC]


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Fifty years ago today, history was made.


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The Museum of Nature in Ottawa, Canada installed this massive sculpture of the moon to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11 [OC]


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Apollo 11 projection on the Washington monument in DC for 50th anniversary event


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NGC7023 - The Iris Nebula. 10" f4 newt. Sony a7 iso400. 90 minutes integration. [OC]


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M33 / Triangulum. F4 10" newt. 3h integration. Sony a7 iso1250. Ain't she purdy? [OC]


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Fly me to the Moon!


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I was going through a stack of sealed newspapers at an estate sale in San Francisco and found this. $15. Photos of the first section in comments.


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The space shuttle Endeavour is seen at launch pad 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida. -- July 11, 2009 [2634 x 3485]


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Table set for 6 aboard the ISS


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Pale Blue Dot - Pictures taken of Earth from various locales around the Solar System


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Our Pale Blue Dot


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A planet among 3 galaxies (SpaceEngine)


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Gemini X launched on July 18, 1966. It broke world altitude records for human spaceflight and was the first mission to include two spacewalks. [3480 x 2102]


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LEGO builds a life-size version of buzz aldrin's apollo 11 spacesuit [1200x675]


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As one of the most beautiful places in our Solar System, I never understood why going to Jupiter made us stupider


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Veil Nebula [4312x5750][OS][OC]


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Soyuz Rocket on its way to the launch pad.


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Thursday, July 18, 2019

Soyuz rocket on its way to the launch pad.


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enjoy the peace with this Red Moon 8k wallpaper


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Earth, as seen from Apollo 11 on its way to the Moon


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NASA's Earth Polychromatic Imaging Camera (EPIC) captured this image of the Moon's far side in 2015, when the Moon passed between the instrument and Earth.


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Timelapse of Phytoplankton Bloom from Space


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In 1972,Apollo 16 astronauts John Young & Charles Duke photographed Earth in far ultraviolet light from lunar surface. This was the 1st photo of Earth in far ultraviolet.


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The jet blasting out of the Pictor A galaxy stretches over 570,000 light-years across


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Lightsail 2 snapped these gorgeous pics of Earth from orbit as it awaits deployment of its sail in a few days


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Astronaut Drifting Through Space Shoes I Designed :)


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My local museum was recently displaying a giant scale model of the moon.


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Some of the best images from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory.


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This is what a sunset on Earth looks like from above.


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“Galactic Journey” by Volkhard Sturzbecher (BLM Wilderness Study Area, New Mexico)


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Beneath the Saturn V [OC]


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Aurora illuminating the land below


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Astronauts Frank Borman, Neil Armstrong, John Young and Deke Slayton during survival training in Nevada. (1964).


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Moon of Saturn, Tethys, under the ring of gas giant. Credit: NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute


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Wednesday, July 17, 2019

A gentle reminder...


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A gentle reminder...


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Our calm and majestic sun!


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For the people who were not able to see the lunar eclipse yesterday, here's my photo of it!


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Washington Monument honoring the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11 Mission to the Moon


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🌌 Milky Way over Boot Arch in Alabama Hills, California [5717×3816] [OC]


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Using two different telescopes, I was able to create this true color image of the Sunflower Galaxy with a combined exposure of nearly 40 hours [OC]


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Earth's spot in the Multiverse


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Aurorae Chaos, a large area of chaotic terrain located in the Margaritifer Terra region on Mars. Ground resolution is approximately 14 m/pixel [ESA]


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What we used to see of Pluto vs what we see now. No one imagined that we would find a geologically active world with mountains made of water-ice and a thin atmosphere. We expected a dead frozen rock. Scientists have no idea where the heat is coming from that powers these processes


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In honor of Apollo 11, the moon setting over the Olympic Mountains at sunrise [OC]


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Watching the stars in Joshua Tree, CA [OC] [Composite]


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