Friday, December 6, 2019

First ever image of Jupter's moon IO (1977)


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25 minute Orion nebula


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Going for a joyride on the Moon in 1972


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Aurora borealis, the northern lights, seen near Rovaniemi, Finland, in October.


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The Northern Lights Captured by NASA's IMAGE Spacecraft


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NASA’s Parker Solar Probe Is Unlocking the Sun’s Mysteries (SEE comment)


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The Northern Lights Viewed Over Childs Lake, Manitoba (Canada).


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Images of the sun under extreme ultraviolet light


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I started doing astrophotography last summer. Here's the progress I've made so far on The Andromeda Galaxy [OC]


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Hubble image of Hoag's object — a galaxy within a galaxy within a galaxy (and nobody knows why)


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Just hanging out, waiting to launch a few rockets into the polar cusp aurora


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Stormy day at the incredible VLA in New Mexico [OC]


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Thursday, December 5, 2019

The photons of light hitting you from the Sun right now were formed in the interior of the Sun about 100,000 years ago. They bounced around inside the Sun, losing energy the whole time, and finally escaped about 8 minutes ago, landing on your forehead


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Dec. 4, 1993: An astronaut captured this view of Space Shuttle Endeavour's approach and capture of the Hubble Space Telescope during the first servicing mission, STS-61. The shuttle's Remote Manipulator System (RMS) arm appears to reach toward Hubble as it passes over Australia [2042×2048]


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On July 4, 1054 a supernova exploded. It was so bright that it was visible for 23 days...during the day! This is its sloppy seconds. Behold - The Crab Nebula (M1).


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CE-20 cryogenic upper stage engine undergoing test at Propulsion Complex.


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Black Hole


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Milky way over the Uruguayan lighthouse (link in comments)


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The infamous 1st Black Hole picture in its neighborhood


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I went back to the astronomy library and took a picture of the Pluto globe for you guys! My favorite named region is in the lower left


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The Milky Way aligned with the Temple of Karnak, in Karnak, Egypt


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Monument of Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin, the first man in space in Moscow (Photo: Maxim Shemetov) [3000x1943]


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Wednesday, December 4, 2019

The national budget for space and associated activities for some nations.


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I took a picture of the iconic Pillars of Creation from my backyard [OC]


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M27: The Dumbbell Nebula (Source: image's from the NASA app)


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Milky way over Monument Valley, Arizona, USA


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Made with a pair of binoculars and my phone camera [OC]


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Water, Rocks and Stars [OC]


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A detailed illustration of the distribution of dark matter (in blue) and regular matter (in orange). The area detailed is over 300 million light-years across


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First quarter moon close-up


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I used over 24 hours of exposure of the night sky to reveal hundreds of galaxies, zoom in to see them!


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A small sliver of the Moon. Mare Imbrium and the Apennine Mountain Ranges. [OC]


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'NASA's Juno caputures Jupiter's southern hemisphere as the spacecraft sped away after a Nov. 3, 2019 close flyby. There's massive cyclones near Jupiter's south pole, as well as the chaotic clouds of the folded filamentary region — the area between the orange band and the brownish polar region.'


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Saturn, rings and Rhea


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Such a interesting fact. It would look beautiful like this. Right?


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Moon taken through telescope with Android [OC]


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Tuesday, December 3, 2019

“Electric Night” by Ivan Pedretti


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The Japanese meteorological satellite, Himawara, captures the image of a Earth every 10min. This image is from last week.


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Moon taken through telescope with IPhone


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Crew module Atmospheric Reentry Experiment (CARE) launched aboard GSLV Mk 3 returns back to earth. [ISRO]


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Mars full disc view from MOM (Mangalyaan) taken by the Mars Colour Camera aboard. [credit:- ISRO]


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Backlit view of sunlight refracted through Jupiter's upper atmosphere and rings as seen by Voyager 2 in July 1979


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Hoag's Object Is a Galaxy Within a Galaxy Within a Galaxy (and Nobody Knows Why)


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The Andromeda Galaxy. 30 x 2 min exposures [OC]


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The famed Whirlpool Galaxy (M51) displays both blue star-forming regions and red nebulous areas, and it's currently interacting with the smaller galaxy NGC 5195.


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My first astrophoto. Taken with my phone up against the eyepiece


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