Sunday, January 26, 2020

What's this bright cluster at the bottom of this Milky Way picture? Zoom out / zoom in for more context


http://bit.ly/38JsYvE via /r/spaceporn http://bit.ly/2uDq0dK

A pic of night sky from my backyard (took with a phone)


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The Rosette Nebula – C49 [OC]


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Milky way core from South Africa [OC] [2048x1366]


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The dolphin on jupiter


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The Triangulum Galaxy – M33 [OC]


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Rosette Nebula (Oc) 9 hours total exposure


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Mystic Mountain Nebula (partial) painted by me with watercolor and gouache


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Milky way from May 2019


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Saturday, January 25, 2020

I got the chance to work with some data taken from a 4.3 m telescope, this is the result [OC]


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Cat's Eye Nebula (Like Polaris) Makes For A Perfect North Ecliptic Pole For Earth. It Rotates In Alignment With All Planets Within Our Solar System.


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Pictured is the Apollo 13 Command Module and James Lovell’s space suit (right side of picture) that he wore during the mission. I was lucky enough to see them today! Located in Kansas nonetheless! [OC]


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This nebula is known for looking like the North America continent, complete with a prominent Gulf of Mexico. It's 1,700 lights years from Earth and was captured with 13.79 hours of exposure time.


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Flame, horse head(faint), running man, and Orion Nebulas


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A full moon I took in December


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Tucked up the hill from Phoenix is a gem of a dark location. You can see a touch of MW and Orion here. [OC][1894x1344]


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My first attempt at andromeda


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The Gateway Arch, Moon and Sun. OC Jan 5, 2020


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[OS] Probable sandstone deposits on West Chasma, Mars, taken by HiRISE


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Pacman and the moon


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The Horsehead and Flame Nebula from my light-polluted backyard!


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Friday, January 24, 2020

Mars, but Earthified 🌏


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The Horsehead and Flame Nebulas from my light-polluted backyard!


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Into the Shadow 🌚[2000 x 1271]


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I took a picture of the sun this afternoon. Several Earth-Sized flames dancing on the surface. [OC]


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The Horsehead and Flame Nebula from my light-polluted backyard!


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A Map of Voyager 2's Trajectory out of the Solar System


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January 20, 2020 Northern Michigan [oc]


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Picture that I got through my telescope


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Olympus Mons, Mars largest volcano


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Mathematical Simulation of Planets Colliding - 2019 update! Same scientist, new simulation, photorealistic visualization (yesterday's front page video is from 2007). More details in comments.


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The Horsehead and Flame Nebula from my light-polluted backyard


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M106


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Got my own space porn, for life! [OC]


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NASA's Astronomy Picture of the Day January 23, 2020: "NGC 6752" star cluster


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Crab Nebula, as Seen by Herschel and Hubble [Hubble Space Telescope]


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Mt Fuji stargazing


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M50 - The Heart Shaped Cluster [OC]


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Started getting into astrophotography, took this a while back and i'm pretty happy with it.


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Thursday, January 23, 2020

I captured 2 hours of Jupiter's rotation and its Great Red Spot from my backyard.


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Timelapse from the first time I saw the Milky Way - Tobermory, Ontario


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Night sky in Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico. Attempt at mobile astrophotography. [OC]


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Shuttle Discovery at National Air and Space museum


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Mathematical Simulation of Planets Colliding


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I got a new camera recently, first (decent) astro photo! It may not be a nebula, but I'm still proud! [OC]


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My attempt at some wide field photography


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On this day: 1/24/1986 Voyager 2 becomes first spacecraft to fly past Uranus and its moons.


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