Friday, July 23, 2021

International Space Station a few nights ago through my backyard scope via /r/spaceporn

Earth photographed from the International Space Station while orbiting at latitude 30.0, longitude 87.1 on 17 July 2021 at 13:08:06 GMT. [5568x3712] [OS] via /r/spaceporn

Sunday, July 18, 2021

The Eagle nebula and pillar of creation. More than 12 hours of broadband data taken from a bortle 2 site using a DSLR, lens, and tracker. via /r/spaceporn

Jupiter 7/16/2021 via /r/spaceporn

I drove 7 hours to a very dark sky location in western India, and captured this beautiful image of the Orion nebula [OC] via /r/spaceporn

Milky Way over Joshua Tree, CA via /r/spaceporn

The moon from my back garden in March. Only edits include cropping and bumping the sharpness up by one notch on my phone's editor via /r/spaceporn

Saturn through my 12" Scope, my best to date via /r/spaceporn

Saturday, July 17, 2021

30mm eyepiece 10"dobsonian Samsung s21 ultra mount via /r/spaceporn

Iowa sunset with 80pcnt humidity.... via /r/spaceporn

NGC 1300 Hubble data processed by me via /r/spaceporn

Star trails above the RV, Colorado via /r/spaceporn

Saturn on the 18th of July 2021 via /r/spaceporn

My first telescope photo ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜ via /r/spaceporn

Hand printed SpacePorn, title "Earth" via /r/spaceporn

Milkyway Over Lake Seben via /r/spaceporn

An amazing timelapse of NASA astronaut Shane Kimbrough and Thomas Pesquet of ESA working on installing the International Space Station's new roll-out solar arrays. Credit: ESA/NASA via /r/spaceporn

My best picture of Saturn by far via /r/spaceporn

Friday, July 16, 2021

Another image of the milkyway my brother had taken and processed in lightroom via /r/spaceporn

I tried reprocessing images of jupiter that I took 6 months ago and I'm surprised how good it looks when I have just a little nextstar 4se and a ZWO asi 120mc via /r/spaceporn

Long Shadows into the Night via /r/spaceporn

Took this shot tonight with my Sony Xperia 1ii , 3200iso 30ss and edited with lightroom via /r/spaceporn

A composite combining moon and a star trail frame from two different days. Also caught a satelite named SL-16 R/B in the frame. via /r/spaceporn

Today, July 16, 1969, Apollo 11 took off from Earth to bring the first humans to the Moon. Congratulations to all space fans on one of the most significant events in our history! via /r/spaceporn

Jupiter and Callisto 2 hour time-lapse though a 10" telescope via /r/spaceporn

Lagoon Nebula and Trifid Nebula via /r/spaceporn

‘Hubble is back!’ Famed space telescope has new lease on life after computer swap appears to fix glitch via /r/spaceporn

My sharpest ever photo of the North American and Pelican Nebula, a mosaic consisting of over 30 hours of exposure via /r/spaceporn

Jupiter & Io on the 15th of July 2021 via /r/spaceporn

A picture I took of the Hydrogen Region surrounding Sadr in the constellation Cygnus via /r/spaceporn

Astroworld ✨ | Unknown, icy & frozen planet. | Digital Art Artowork via /r/spaceporn

Thursday, July 15, 2021

My brother took pictures of the milkyway while visiting my house via /r/spaceporn

Milky Way from Canaveral National Seashore, Florida. via /r/spaceporn

This image of the Crab Nebula (also known as Messier 1) in the constellation of Taurus is an overlay of one of the first-light images taken by the CONCERTO instrument on the APEX telescope, operated by ESO, with an image taken by the FORS 2 instrument on ESO’s VLT. via /r/spaceporn

Volcรกn de Fuego, Guatemala via /r/spaceporn

Cygnus Region HaRGB via /r/spaceporn

One of my favorite shots at Grand Staircase Escalante, Utah. via /r/spaceporn

6 Super Spiral Galaxies. They have diameters of up to 450,000 light-years across, almost 4 times larger than the Milky Way. There have only been about 100 of them discovered to date. [1920 x 1285] (Credit: NASA/ESA, P. Ogle & J. DePasquale (STScI). Bottom row: SDSS, P. Ogle and J. DePasquale) via /r/spaceporn

Milky Way over Fourth Lake, Adirondacks via /r/spaceporn

Sleeping under the Milky Way in the Dolomites via /r/spaceporn

6 years (+ 1 day) ago New Horizons flew by Pluto via /r/spaceporn

Lost in Space by me via /r/spaceporn

**We Discovered a Giant OIII bubble Nebula in space!! and I am so happy :)** OC via /r/spaceporn

Earth and Moon as seen from Mars... via /r/spaceporn

First image of Earth with a human (Alexei Leonov) floating in space, March 18, 1965 [1280x914] via /r/spaceporn