Saturday, October 31, 2020

Halloween Blue Moon. NY. via /r/spaceporn

Halloween Full Moon taken by me on iPhone XS and Olympus Binoculars; taken in Brooklyn, NYC (unedited in comments) via /r/spaceporn

Full Moon: Halloween 2020 via /r/spaceporn

Somewhere in India. via /r/spaceporn

took a photo of the moon with my phone (and a telescope) tonight :) via /r/spaceporn

Happy Halloween from the moon! via /r/spaceporn

full moon via /r/spaceporn

full moon via /r/spaceporn

My attempt at the fireworks galaxy! via /r/spaceporn

Nothing super impressive, but I'm happy with it considering I used my phone and some binoculars. via /r/spaceporn

3 hours of exposure of a sunset via /r/spaceporn

A "small" sunspot (larger than Earth) via /r/spaceporn

I wake up, I leave my house, and I see the moon and Venus ... Awesome via /r/spaceporn

Taken inside the Grand Staircase [OC] via /r/spaceporn

The Skull Nebula [ESO] via /r/spaceporn

NASA's Galaxy of Horrors via /r/spaceporn

The Blue Moon via /r/spaceporn

Jupiter, as seen on my s8, through binoculars. Ya, it ain't much to look at but I'm surprised to be able to see the moons clearly at all. via /r/spaceporn

Jupiter, king of the planets via /r/spaceporn

1 vs 3000: I couldn't afford a Telescope or a Tracker, so I spent 3 nights taking over 3000 Exposures of the Andromeda Galaxy using just an entry-level camera from a fairly light polluted city in Central India. Merged them together using a technique called "Stacking", and this is the result[OC] via /r/spaceporn

Anna Fisher, first mother in space. (Digital art by @lousflow_art) via /r/spaceporn

The Supernova remnant of N49 via /r/spaceporn

The Andromeda Galaxy (M31) from my backyard! 2.5 million light years away, seen through a stock mirrorless camera via /r/spaceporn

I photographed the Small Magellanic Cloud! It's a dwarf galaxy that orbits the milky way, and the red/blue areas are areas of star formation. via /r/spaceporn

Friday, October 30, 2020

This isn’t nearly as cool as some of the stuff on this sub but I really like the photo, I took it tonight and think it looks really cool. via /r/spaceporn

I filmed and stacked the Moon last night from Australia via /r/spaceporn

Tonight’s moon 10/30/20 on a Meade 80mm refractor via /r/spaceporn

Hubble Captures Luminous Beauty in a Galaxy Collision via /r/spaceporn

My first successful image of the moon with a Celestron telescope while using a Note 20 Ultra cellphone camera. via /r/spaceporn

Last night's Moon 🌒 and clouds ☁️ from Australia via /r/spaceporn

A Red Arc Over Sweden. Photographed by Göran Strand in October 2020. [1200 x 778] [OS] via /r/spaceporn

A Red Arc Over Sweden. Photographed by Göran Strand on 28 October 2020. [1200 x 778] [OS] via /r/spaceporn

No, this is not a "Lord of the Rings" illustration. This famous photo shows the planetary nebula MyCn18, located 8,000 light years from Earth. via /r/spaceporn

A Wizard stole my telescope and imaged the Soul Nebula!!! via /r/spaceporn

Space Pumpkin: The colliding galaxies NGC 2292 and NGC 2293 [Credit: NASA/Hubble] via /r/spaceporn

Ice mountains of Pluto. Some reach elevations of 11,000 feet ! via /r/spaceporn

[OC] Milky Way and Tree By Lake Hazard, Idaho. My First Composite. via /r/spaceporn

This image shows the land near Mangala Valles, on Mars. At the bottom of the image, there are two black dots which are recent impact craters. This image comes from Nasa via /r/spaceporn

NGC 6946 Fireworks Galaxy and NGC 7331 Deer Lick Group [OC] via /r/spaceporn

Thursday, October 29, 2020

Rho Ophiuchi Star System via /r/spaceporn

my favorite via /r/spaceporn

Pluto's moon, Charon via /r/spaceporn

Halloween is ending. This is a skull shaped dead comet pictured by NASA which flew past Earth. via /r/spaceporn

Mars near opposition! I captured this image of mars from my backyard with my 6" SCT. It turned out much better than I expected. via /r/spaceporn

My first take at shooting the night sky. Captured Mars from just outside Saskatoon, Canada. via /r/spaceporn

This photo from the Apollo program looks like it came straight out of 2001: A Space Odyssey via /r/spaceporn

NASA released 30 minutes of footage of the SUN in 4K via /r/spaceporn

Overlapping craters, Noachis Terra, Mars' Southern emisphere. Picture taken by Mars Express, processed by ESA. (Perspective view) via /r/spaceporn

Poor space dog Laika via /r/spaceporn

Orion 10-29-2020 via /r/spaceporn