Wednesday, July 31, 2019

I’m creating imaginary space scenes by scanning food on a photo scanner [OC]


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Unedited jupiter photo through my telescope


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Milky Way core - Amboseli National Park, Kenya [OC]


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Lots of Milky Way pictures, I hope y'all can tolerate one more :^) Taken in southern Saskatchewan, near Regina. [OC]


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Dione and Saturn (Cassini, handpicked raw files)


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“IC 1795: The Fishhead Nebula” by Alan Pham


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Buzz Aldrin, lunar module pilot, walks near the lunar module during the Apollo 11 extravehicular activity. -- [2500x1250]


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“Star Forming Region NGC 3582 Without Stars” by Andrew Campbell [1824 x 2443]


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Galaxy named COSMOS-AzTEC-1. Located 12.4 billion light years away. 1000 times bigger than our galaxy.


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Salida Colorado


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The center of our Galaxy (lower right) and the Lagoon Nebula. [OC][2016x1344]


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The Flying Bat Nebula and the Giant Squid Nebula in the constellation Cepheus the King some 2,300 light-years away.


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This is a picture I took of the milky way above the lavender fields


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NASA Astronaut Christina H. Koch and NASA Astronaut Tyler N. Hague "observe the approach of Dragon @SpaceX 18," says European Space Agency (ESA) Astronaut Luca Parmitano on 28 July 2019. Earth photographed from the International Space Station. [3728 x 5584] [OS]


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Tuesday, July 30, 2019

Jupiter through my telescope (Edited to be sharper)


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This is my first meeting with the milkyway this year, in south of france. Just 2 hours after the sunset, and only 100km from a big city. (Valensole, France) [OC]


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No Meteors but this still turned out okay! (Taken in southern MN 7/30/19)


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Image of Mars' landscape without NASA’s orange filter used in their cameras.


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I forgot how much I love drawing starscapes.


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Fisheye view of Jupiter west of the Great Red Spot, Juno Perijove 21


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Vertical Panorama of the Milky Way [OC][828x1285]


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This is one of my first attempts at astrophotography, and i’m blown away with what i was able to capture. I blended it with a picture of my car to mix two of my favorite photography subjects! Any help on getting better shots is appreciated!


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Jets generated by supermassive blackhole at the center of galaxy, 3C353. Credit: Chandra X-ray Observatory


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My first attempt to take a photo of the stars! [OC] [6000x4000]


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Lake, mountains, stars, and elevation. Perfect evening! [OC][1889x1259]


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Stars trail above a metal sculpture created by Helga Natz in Guysborough County.


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First attempt at a star trail! [OC] [1965x3493]


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M101 [4008 x 2560]


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The Milky Way as seen from Joshua Tree NP


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Monday, July 29, 2019

A colorized picture of earthset on mars.


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Mars in true color from Curiosity.


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Cassini Spacecraft capture 5 of Saturn's moons in 1 frame: Janus, Pandora, Enceladus, Mimas, & Rhea (left to right).


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what is that blue thing


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Milky Way atop Crescent Lake,BC (1080x606)[OC]


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Galaxy named COSMOS-AzTEC-1 . Located 12.4 Billion light years away. 1000 times bigger than our Milky Way Galaxy


http://bit.ly/2GBb56H via /r/spaceporn http://bit.ly/2Zmsojw

M42 Trapezium [3626 x 3784]


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High in the Kaibab Forest - Arizona [oc] [2500x1667]


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The Witch Head Nebula in Eridanus (the River) scattering light from Orion's brightest star, Rigel.


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Saturn from a telescope


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Black hole I made from coffee and spices placed on a photo scanner [OC]


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Discovery, over the Lakes in western Switzerland near the border of France. Photographed from ISS.


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Sunday, July 28, 2019

This is what Earth looks like from 1.5 billion kilometers away; the Cassini spacecraft spots a pale blue dot beneath Saturn's rings.


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10 year time-lapse of stars orbiting the supermassive black hole at the center of the Milky Way galaxy.


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Absolutely breathtaking: Chandrayaan 2 Launch


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M20 Trifid nebula up close


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Auroral Beauty.


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Milky Way over Louisiana wetlands


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The most recent picture of the Great Red Spot taken by the Juno spacecraft


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The ghostly Pillars of Creation


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The North America Nebula in Infrared


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