Saturday, August 31, 2019

M45: The Pleiades Star Cluster


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Hubble Views Final Stages of a Star’s Life


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Rosette Nebula and Christmas Tree Cluster.


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NASA imaged a plasma tornado that danced on the sun for 40 straight hours


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[OC] Another Pic of the milky way, this time at sequoia national park, and as always p30pro pro mode


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A very nice pic of lunar eclipse


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NGC 5307, planetary nebula. Credit: NASA, Hubble Space Telescope.


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[OC] Another Pic of the milky way, this time at sequoia national park, and as always p30pro pro mode


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What if?


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The 'skin of Earth.' The image shows off Africa's red soil, a type of clay enriched with iron and aluminum. Astronaut Luca Parmitano captured this stunning view of the African continent from the International Space Station.


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Galactic pine ceiling


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Spitzer's Orion


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Spitzer's Orion


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Iapetus, a small, icy moon of Saturn


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Captured using mobile :) Samsung Note10+ pro mode and bit of Snapseed. [OC]


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Navajo Lake, UT [OC]


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Sun from space


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Friday, August 30, 2019

Milky Way passing over Haystack Rock


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A montage of Uranus’s moons (from left to right) – Ariel, Credit: NASA


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NASA's eighth Space Shuttle launch lights up the Florida sky at 2:32 a.m. (EDT), Aug. 30, 1983. [3565 x 2911]


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[OC] NGC 7000 / North America Nebula in bicolor.


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A pic that was taken by the Viking Lander on Mars 40 years ago


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Detailed Milky Way with Andromeda Galaxy from Colorado - 3 minute single exposure [6000x4000] [OC]


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[Hubble telephone Twitter account]


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On 16 August 2014 an International Space Station astronaut took this photograph "showing parts of the continents of Europe and Asia. Much of Greece is visible on the left side of the frame and a large area of Turkey can be seen at right." Photo credit: NASA [4256 x 2832]


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Milky Way over Oregon. [OC]


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Hubble spots the aftermath of a star's death (Planetary Nebula NGC 2371/2)


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The Milky Way at Sunrise


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International space station! Captured with mobile phone :) [OC]


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A Super-Jupiter orbits another star light-years away from us


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Venus at Sunrise From the Space Station (Credit: NASA)


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Pluto’s tiny moons are stranger than imagined.


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The milky way seen from Turkey, Sultanye [OC] [3456x5184]


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Thursday, August 29, 2019

Total solar eclipse in Norway


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Mars.


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All eclipses of 2017 (by ESO photographer, Petr Horálek)


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This photo is called the Hubble Legacy Field. If you click on this image and zoom right in, every speck of light represents an entire galaxy, which typically contains hundreds of billions of stars.


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Not sure if this belongs here but here it is. The Saturn V mid flight during the Apollo 11 mission. (July 16, 1969)


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u/ajamesmccarthy created a 100 megapixel image of a lunar eclipse


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Earth from Moon


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View from the surface of Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko


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A color shot of the asteroid Ryugu's surface. © MASCOT/DLR/JAXA


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Sunset Annular eclipse from 2012


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Ahh, the wonders of a beautiful celestial alignment … I placed our star in the background of my picture of the International Space Station! [OC]


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A NASA engineer demonstrating a prototype waste collection bag for astronauts, ca. 1965


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I combined RGB(-ish?) pictures from Cassini to give you: Janus against the limb of Saturn


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Martian terrain looking not like mars


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JAXA captured this image of Venus' weather.


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Galactic Gathering [3600 x 1742]


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Not actually space, but porn nevertheless


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