Friday, November 30, 2018

Milkyway at Walchensee [OC] [3918 x 5806]


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To do this weekend : golf on the Moon ✨ Image by NASA [940x788]


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A Cold River to Orion [2000 x 1708]


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Eta Carinae Nebula [1280 x 1335]


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Space Shuttle Endeavour leaps off Launch Pad 39B toward space. Liftoff of Endeavour occurred at 10:06 p.m. EST. Endeavour transported the P6 Integrated Truss Structure that comprises Solar Array Wing-3 and the Integrated Electronic Assembly, to provide power to the Space Station. [1818 x 2670]


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Good news for those of us waiting for private space stations to become a reality


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Saturn's Rainbow Rings, taken by Cassini in 2004. 📷 NASA/JPL/University of Colorado [1110x769]


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Venus transiting the Sun [4096x4096]


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Thursday, November 29, 2018

Panarona shot of Mars taken by the Curiosity Rover


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Florida, United States of America: NASA's Apollo 11 spacecraft "after pitchover. Note the condensation cloud that has formed in air expanding aft of the first-stage/second-stage transition. 16 July 1969." The Saturn V rocket is in the transonic flight regime. [1131 x 1434]


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NASA recently discovered this planet near the Dynamos Cluster


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Got a Great Shot of The Last Full Moon!


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The International Space Station sails over New England at night, capturing both the sunrise on the horizon and the aurora borealis [3000x1688]


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View of the launch of Space Shuttle Columbia's STS-9 mission from pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center. Launch time was 11:00 am EDT. - November 28, 1983 [14920 x 7012]


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Photographic documentation showing astronauts in Extravehicular Mobility Units working on both Experimental Assembly of Structures in Extravehicular Activity and on Assembly Concept for Construction of Erectable Space Structures in the payload bay of the orbiter Atlantis during STS-61B.[4235 x 4227]


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Colorized version of the first Apollo 8 Earthrise photo [8000x8056]


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The Space Shuttle Columbia passes into a brilliant sunrise scene during the STS-9\Spacelab 1 mission. The photograph was taken with a 35mm camera aimed through Columbia's aft flight deck windows. [3000 x 1960]


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The spiral galaxy NGC 4151 has a bright, active core powered by a supermassive black hole. [2000 x 2081]


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Daytime Moon unedited [4608 X 3456] [OC]


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This photo of lightning over West Africa was taken in 2012 by European Space Agency Astronaut André Kuipers while orbiting above Planet Earth aboard the International Space Station. Photo credit: European Space Agency (ESA) / National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) [4256 x 2832] [OS]


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What the first Apollo 8 Earthrise photo would have looked like had it been in color [8000x7781]


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Horsehead nebula viewed by Spitzer (IR) [6250 x 3800]


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We are the first human beings to see a Mars sunset. It’s quite a thought


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Wednesday, November 28, 2018

IC 1871: Inside the Soul Nebula Image Credit & Copyright: Mark Hanson [3922x3922]


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Miss NASA in Apollo 8 [3000x2372]


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[4K] A desktop wallpaper I made using r/spaceporn content, thought I'd post it here in case anyone wants to use it. [OC]


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Just my crummy picture of the Transit of Venus. It's not much, but it's mine. [OC] [874x655]


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First Image of a Mars Sunset!


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One of the most emotional reactions during Monday's Insight Mars Landing... intense joy from work come to fruition


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Boss Great wall. The largest structure in the universe with 1 billion light years lenght [318 x 159]


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2 years ago I took my first photo of the Milky Way - I still get giddy when looking up at the endless blanket of stars. [3975x5962] [OC]


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The transit of Venus seen from the Black Sea (Emil Ivanov) [OS] [1511x2270]


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A Perseid meteor streaks through the Earth's atmosphere, as seen and photographed by astronaut Ron Garan while aboard the ISS [4256 x 2832]


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20 Years Ago, Construction Began on the International Space Station [2048 x 1365]


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Milkyway on El Hierro "Isla del meridiano" [OC][1367x2048]


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Tuesday, November 27, 2018

I took a picture of the Andromeda Galaxy without realizing it till later on (Top right middle)


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My first post here, rookie milkyway picture shot in Thailand. [OC] [3181x4511]


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Mars - mosaic composed of 102 Viking Orbiter images [2970 x 2970]


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A can of beer almost hit the ISS !! 😮😄 The truth : this is "Kounotori", the Japanese H-II Transfer Vehicle (september 2015). Perhaps there was beer inside... Credit : NASA [1080x1080]


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2005 NASA archive photo: Mars sunset captured by Mars Exploration Rover Spirit [800x495]


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UX Tauri A, artwork by T. Pyle, NASA-JPL [1600x1280]


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Now InSight is sending back the first pictures from the surface of Mars, we are getting new prove of extraterrestrial life. What are they trying to say?


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InSight Instrument Deployment Test in JPL Sandbox [973 x 1000]


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Monday, November 26, 2018

Just a picture from the surface of another celestial body that humanity landed on yesterday [1024x1024]


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Surface of Mars from InSight.


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The Northern Lights hover over a frozen lake in Alaska [2000x1333] [OC]


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NASA InSight's lenscap has been removed!


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I love drawing the dangers of space.


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First image from InSight before the lens cap comes off


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First picture taken by NASA’s InSight


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