Wednesday, June 19, 2019

An old favorite of mine


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King Crimson Live in Frejus,1982

🔥 A giant Saturnian storm that was observed at mid-infrared wavelengths by the ESO in 2011. The warm gases powering the storm make it glow brightly compared to the rest of the planet.


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Our moon, snug in a cocoon of light [OC]


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My first attempt at moon photography through my new telescope [OC]


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Venus as it transits the Sun during a sunset 🌕


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The “Golden Record” Being Mounted on the Voyager II Space Probe, Kennedy Space Center, 1977 [2000x1958]


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M5 and dozens of galaxies [3532x2649][OS][OC]


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Composite of NGC 4258 using X-rays from Chandra (blue), radio waves from the VLA (purple), optical data from Hubble (yellow and blue), and infrared with Spitzer (red) [3600 x 2812]


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A view of Venus as revealed by more than a decade of radar investigations, culminating in the 1990-1994 Magellan mission.


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Galaxy passing behind black hole


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Andromeda Galaxy (Credits and details in comments)


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Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Blood Moon with a Celestron C6 with EQ Mount and Nikon D3100. Processed in Lightroom.


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77% Waning Gibbous [OC]


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Another shot I posted recently, the Leo Triplet


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The moon on the 18th


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Buzz Aldrin Pixel Art


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Bolide meteor, Which are responsible for a lot of “I seen a UFO!” stories.


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A south tropical disturbance that passed Jupiter's iconic Great Red Spot is captured stealing threads of orange haze from the Great Red Spot in this series of color-enhanced images from NASA's Juno spacecraft [2668 x 1080]


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"The southern half . . . of the Tifernine dunes of east-central Algeria" photographed from NASA's Space Shuttle Discovery (STS-70) in July 1995. "The Tifernine dune-sea is one of the more dramatic features visible from the Shuttle when flying over the Sahara Desert." Photo credit: NASA [5178x5216]


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Irkutsk, Siberia, Russian Federation, photographed from space on 24 May 2005 by an astronaut aboard the International Space Station. Photo credit: National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) [3008 x 1960]


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Dwarf Planet Ceres. Credit: German Aerospace Center (DLR)


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Moonrise ! A composite image made from two images roughly 30 minutes apart of the full moon rising from Al Sadeem Observatory in Al Wathba, Abu Dhabi. [OC]


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A rocket booster test-firing. Credit: NASA


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Monday, June 17, 2019

do not


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This huge dolphin cloud on Jupiter


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Halo around the moon today [OC]


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The moon during a total solar eclipse revealing a vast solar corona. (My previous post of this got deleted because it had 3 images)


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On June 17, 1985, Space Shuttle Discovery's STS-51 G mission launched on a Comsat deployment mission. It deployed three communication satellites. The mission lasted a little over seven days. [2610 x 3958]


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Water eroded rocks on mars


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Have you ever met Apollo 8's Bill Anders? Tell us your story


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Hubble captures supernova


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Full moon and Jupiter in Toronto, Canada


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NGC 1530 barred spiral galaxy in Cameleopardalis


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Took this picture of Jupiter last night through my telescope [OC]


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Night sky


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The dark side


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Sunday, June 16, 2019

Full moon and Jupiter this evening in Tucson, Arizona


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Who new our star looks like this up close


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Cocoon Nebula [OC] 60 minute stacked exposure using a 6 in. Reflector and EQ mount in Upstate NY.


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With minimal light pollution i can see the moon and jupiter with just my phone camera


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In Finland i can see jupiter next to the moon with only my phone camera! (Sorry for the window reflection of the moon)


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The Cave Nebula in Infrared from Spitzer


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Ya


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Galaxy painted with Spray paint using fire (OC)


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Mountain Ahuna Mons on asteroid Ceres. Credit:NASA, JPL-Caltech, UCLA


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M17- The Omega Nebula [OC] [6834x5115]


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