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Friday, May 31, 2019
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Looking for a similar wallpaper that is Triangles of each Nebula instead of this type that was posted on this site years ago
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"The Earth-orbiting space shuttle Challenger beyond the Earth's horizon was captured [on 22 June 1983] by a 70mm camera onboard the unmanned, free-flying Shuttle Pallet Satellite (SPAS-01) during the busy flight day 5 of the [NASA] STS-7 mission." Photo credit: NASA [3834 x 3834]
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My friends taught me how to take pictures of space, and we’ll this one I can gladly say turned out alright.
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http://bit.ly/2KhxKHY via /r/spaceporn http://bit.ly/2WyfrVn
http://bit.ly/2Ml2eM1 via /r/spaceporn http://bit.ly/2HLsqe8
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Thursday, May 30, 2019
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This is our moon on May 11th, taken from my backyard. This is 81 megapixels, try zooming in on the craters. [OC]
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Captured the ISS in a long exposure picture by accident. Still wanted to share it with you guys. Exposure was 30 Sekonds.
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Orbital diagram of the Kepler-47 system. The outermost planet is Kepler-47c (23 Earth-mass) is in a 303 day orbit, while the innermost planet is Kepler-47b (8 Earth-mass) is in a 49 day orbit. The largest planet, Kepler-47d (19 earth mass) is in a 187 day orbit and orbits between Kepler-47 b and c.
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The map of Heart Lake valley system consisting of valleys & a chain of lakes on Mars. It extends about 90 miles. Credit: NASA, Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter.
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As the "International Space Station was orbiting 257 miles [413.601 kilometers] above the North Pacific Ocean" on 28 April 2019 (ISS059-E-36736), an Expedition 59 astronaut "photographed these cloud patterns south of the Aleutian Islands." Photo credit: NASA [5568 x 3712]
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Wednesday, May 29, 2019
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The center of Messier 33 (the triangulum galaxy) 3 million light-years away, the third-largest member of our local group of galaxies, behind the Milky Way and the Andromeda galaxy. It is one of the most distant permanent objects that can be viewed with the naked eye (image credit: Michael van Doom)
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A massive solar prominence, captured by NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory. These events can last for weeks or even months - and if they become unstable and break apart, the sun can spew magnetized plasma out into the surrounding environment in what is known as a coronal mass ejection.
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Since weather hasn’t been astrophotography friendly, I decided to practice merging two images into one. Milky Way from 30 stacked image, observatory 5 images stacked to reduce noise. [OC]
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Tuesday, May 28, 2019
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“First picture of a comet from the surface of another world. Sidi Spring captured by Opportunity from Mars”  by NASA
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Took this at Gordon's Park Dark Sky Reserve, Tehkummah, ON. First ever attempt at night sky post-processing.
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