Sunday, December 31, 2017

Jupiter in infrared [1730 x 1730] via /r/spaceporn

Cheers to my favorite event of 2017, C2 during the Solar Eclipse on my birthday, 8/21. Happy New Year to all![OC][2048x1365] via /r/spaceporn

Moonrise over San Francisco [OC] [841x841] via /r/spaceporn

[OC] The nearly completed SLS Block-1 Mobile Launcher (3368x 6000) [r/space x-post] via /r/spaceporn

View of Earth from Apollo 15 [5700x5800] via /r/spaceporn

[OC] Insider's view of the SLS Mobile Launcher and Crawler-Transporter from the Launch Control Center (LCC Firing Room #2) windows (5376x3024) [r/space x-post] via /r/spaceporn

[OC] The refurbished crawler-transporter out for its first test run (5376x3024) [r/space x-post] via /r/spaceporn

This photo of Earth was taken by a human [2850x2900] via /r/spaceporn

[OC] The Space Shuttle engineering mockup, Inspiration, in front of the VAB (5376x 3024) [r/space x-post] via /r/spaceporn

Arizona Night Sky [5184x3456] [OC] via /r/spaceporn

Wednesday, December 27, 2017

The moon shining through clouds via /r/spaceporn

Snuck into my neighbor's yard at 2 a.m. to get this shot [4077x6525] via /r/spaceporn

M51 - The Whirlpool Galaxy [3824x2622][OC] via /r/spaceporn

The Dead Sea [OC] [1350x1080] via /r/spaceporn

Stellar Nursery Blooms into View - Sharpless 29 [4000 x 3347] via /r/spaceporn

The Horsehead Nebula - [960x710] via /r/spaceporn

Grand Spiral Galaxy NGC 1232 - [960x803] via /r/spaceporn

Tuesday, December 26, 2017

Crater Tsiolkovsky as photographed during the Apollo 8 lunar orbit mission, looking East toward the lunar horizon. Tsiolkovsky is approximately 150 statute miles in diameter. It was first identified and named by the Russians from photographs taken by their unmanned Luna III spacecraft[3000x3000] via /r/spaceporn

The Seven Sisters and Cosmic Dust [3952x3264][OS][OC] via /r/spaceporn

"When I first looked back at the Earth, standing on the moon, I cried." [900x700] via /r/spaceporn

The Omega Nebula (M17) [3000 x 2435] via /r/spaceporn

Bruce McCandless II, is seen further away from the confines and safety of his ship than any previous astronaut had ever been. After a series of test maneuvers inside and above Challenger's payload bay, McCandless went "free-flying" to a distance of 320 feet away from the Orbiter. [3000 x 3000] via /r/spaceporn