Friday, January 18, 2019

Magellanic Clouds over Laguna Lejia and the Altiplano of the Antofagasta Region of northern Chile.


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The Saturn's massive storms occur once every Saturnian year (once every 30 Earth years). They are known as Great White Spots. Scientists are not yet sure why Saturn behave this way. Pic NASA/JPL-Caltech/SSI [700x700]


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Milky Way Polaroid [OC][1666x2048]


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The Carina Nebula Test Shot [OC][3996x3164]


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Amateur using simple telescope (aperture 300mm f/6.92) - it's not the best but im proud!


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Thursday, January 17, 2019

Moon Cycle.


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This is how the Andromeda galaxy will look like in the night sky in an approximatly 3.75 million years .


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The image of the stickney crater, the largest crater on the Martian moon Phobos,is named for mathematician Chole Angeline Stickney. Over 9 km across, it is nearly half the diameter of Phobos itself.


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A spectacular view of the nearby barred spiral galaxy NGC 1672, showing details in the galaxy’s star-forming clouds and dark bands of interstellar dust. Hubble Space Telescope image [5,302 × 3,805 pixels; 25.31 MB]


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North America and Pelican nebulae. July 13, 2018.


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Jupiter is home to one of the largest and longest lasting storm systems named the great red spot(GRS). The GRS has been shrinking. Credit:NASA, ESA,Hubble,OPAL Program, STScI,Karol Masztalerz.


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HR 5171, a very rare type of stars with only a dozen known in our galaxy. Credit: ESO/Digitized Sky Survey 2 [4000x2960]


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The Dolphin on Jupiter [1724x3064]


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Lander Chang'e 4 seen from the rover Yutu 2. Credit: Chinese Lunar and Deep Space Explorer (CLEP) [1199x670]


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M64, The Black Eye Galaxy [1994 x 1994]


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[OC] Sun's Solar flares.


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Rolling Waves [OC] [COMPOSITE] [1350x1080]


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Orion Nebula shot by Smartphone


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Wednesday, January 16, 2019

The "Dolphin" spotted on Jupiter by NASA's Juno spacecraft during a flyby conducted on 29th October 2018 [3064x1724]


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Cabin Under the Stars Space Nasa[1000 x 927]


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Titan, the largest Moon of Saturn. Credit:NASA/JPL/University of Arizona


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A bright Geminid Meteor moving through the sky in the Arctic.


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The transit of Venus across the face of the sun. June 5, 2012. Credit: NASA/SDO, AIA [1024x685]


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A Partial Eclipse over Manila Bay. Image credit:Armando Lee, F. Naelga Jr.


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Milky Way seen from Chile


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The Orion Nebula [2633 x 3972]


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Saturn’s moon Titan, has seas, shorelines, rivers, and lakes filled with liquid, rather than water, liquid hydrocarbons like methane and ethane flow on the surface. 📷 ESA/NASA/JPL/University of Arizona [800x762]


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Video of the International Space Station transiting the 68.2%-illuminated moon in 0.59 seconds last night. [OC]


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Earth from Apollo 13 [4771x4771]


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Tuesday, January 15, 2019

A comprehensive 3-d model captures entire life cycle of solar flare from emergence to eruption.


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Bright, spiral galaxy IC 342


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A mosaic of The Moon.


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East of the Great Red Spot, Jupiter. From Juno's Perijove 12.


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Horsehead and Flame Nebulae [4000x2895][OS][OC]


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NGC 4151 [2561 x 2360]


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Eratosthenes Crater tonight.


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An image of the moon, that I took yesterday


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Steam Punk Starship – Steam-powered spaceship could cruise the solar system without running out of fuel – By Brandon Specktor (Live Science) 14 Jan 2019


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IC 63 Ghost Nebula


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Monday, January 14, 2019

The Heart and Soul Nebulas Image Credit & Copyright: Mario Zauner [1952x2976]


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Hubble has captured the ultraviolet images of Aurora, optical images of cloud and rings of Saturn. Aurora can make total or partial rings around the north pole.


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Shimmering Aurora and Flashing Meteor


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[M42] Orion Nebula shot on a Smartphone!


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Its just, its just too majestic for me [M100 WFC3]


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[OC] New space marble I made, loving the colors in this one. Enjoy!


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Reflection/emission nebula IC 5146 [2629 x 1729]


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The Orion Molecular Cloud Complex (19 hours of HaLRGB Exposure) [8880x6500] [OC]


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A star sneeze!


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[OC] Visited the moon today, only cost $8 and took twenty minutes in afternoon traffic


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Sunday, January 13, 2019