Saturday, December 16, 2017

Aurora Australis, Spiked and Sinuous Red and Green Airglow [4095 x 2694]


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[OC] SpaceX CRS-13 Liftoff (4774x2686)


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The butterfly nebula[1280x1491]


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Mars [1000x2888]


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Gemini 7 photographed from Gemini 6 in 1965 [4095x4069]


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Thursday, December 14, 2017

NGC 3572 [1200x790]


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The Beehive Cluster (M44) and surrounding stars [2150x1833]


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4 Gemind Meteors in a 10 second exposure! Lake Edith, Jasper National Park (OC) [1600x1037]


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In April 1970 Apollo 13 astronauts took this astonishing photograph of Earth seen from the window of their Apollo Lunar Module "lifeboat", not knowing whether they would ever return home [5000x5000]


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Great Orion Nebula and Running Man in a narrowband HOO bicolor palette [OC][4833x3590]


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A full moon about to set as seen by the crew of Space Shuttle Columbia during STS-80 [5250 x 5250]


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Finally managed to get a shot of the Milky Way, thanks to the dark skies of Scotland. [OC][882 x 1323]


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Aug. 21, 2017 Solar Eclipse by NASA [1920 x 1080]


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Radio map of Jupiter [525x525]


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Wednesday, December 13, 2017

NGC 7331 finished [4608 x 2784]


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View of Israel from Apollo 11 [5368x5369]


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A hiker passed through my timelapse of the Flatirons in Boulder, CO last night


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Aurora Australis seen from the ISS [4256 x 2832]


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Eugene A. Cernan, Commander, Apollo 17 salutes the flag on the lunar surface during EVA on NASA's final lunar landing mission. [3000 x 3000]


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Moonset at Mauna Kea, Hawaii [1147x765]


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Meteors over Inner Mongolia [2000 × 1305]


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Tuesday, December 12, 2017

A supernova remnant [1080x1060]


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[3897x3044] The center of spiral galaxy NGC 2841


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Dragonfish Coming At You in Infrared [7600 × 5500]


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Nimbus E, the sixth spacecraft in the Nimbus series, is shown preparing for launch on December 12, 1972 from the Western Test Range, Space Launch Complex. The satellite was placed in an 1100-kilometer run-synchronous nearly circular polar orbit. [2360 x 2990]


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Geologist-Astronaut Harrison Schmitt, Apollo 17 lunar module pilot, uses an adjustable sampling scoop to retrieve lunar samples during the second EVA, at Station 5 at the Taurus- Littrow landing site. [3000 x 3043]


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STS launch


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Butterfly Nebula NGC 6302 - A dying star approximately 5x the mass of our sun is in the center of this massive gas storm. [2963 × 3538]


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This photo of Earth was taken by a human [5192x5170]


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Monday, December 11, 2017

Star Trails in Arches National Park [5472x3648] [OC]


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A close-up view of a commemorative plaque left on the moon at the Hadley-Apennine landing site in memory of 14 NASA astronauts and USSR cosmonauts, now deceased. 1971 [3904x3894]


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Which planet is the best option for humans when Earth becomes uninhabitable?


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The first and last (so far!) photographs taken by humans on the moon, 1969 and 1972 [2048x1028]


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Half moon over winter trees [OC] [4730 x 3156]


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Hubble Sees Stars and a Stripe in Celestial Fireworks - Supernova remnant from SN 1006 [3311 x 3311]


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Space Station's Dec. 8 View of California Fires [5568 x 3712]


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