Monday, November 30, 2020

Rocket Lab: Electron stage seperation


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Mars over the Washington Monument


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"Taken July 17, 2018, at Little Kenosee Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada, this photo shows the tiny green streaks below STEVE." Photographer: Neil Zeller [6720 x 4480]


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Solar flare - November 29th, 2020


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Horsehead and Flame Nebula in Orion


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Caught a couple Canada Geese crossing the moon while I was out shooting this weekend [OC]


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Aurora and Moon Corona


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Lunar Halo seen from Long Beach


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Highly Active Sun with many sunspots


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Sunday, November 29, 2020

[OC] Once in a Blue Moon...captured in the Northern Territory, Australia


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Mars over the Washington monument in DC!


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Inspired by this sub I took a picture of the moon with my iPhone through a telescope!


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Horsehead Nebula Shot From My Backyard


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This aquarium on the moon


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Wonderful eclipse


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"Tapestry of Blazing Starbirth," taken by Hubble earlier this year.


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I created this 500 megapixel all-sky view of the Milky Way with airglow from Craters of the Moon National Park by combining over 20 images


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Picture of Saturn taken few hours ago from Zadar, Croatia


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[OC] 16 Minutes of Data on the Pinwheel Galaxy from Bortle 1 Skies, Alvord Desert, Oregon


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Comet Neowise with satellite flare (edited version of the previous pic I posted earlier)


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Uranus from Friday night under outstanding seeing conditions - I added the rings for perspective, but the rest of the data is real


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An employee of NASA's Artemis project photographed in 2020 at NASA Glenn Research Center, Plum Brook Station, State of Ohio, United States of America. Photo credit: Jef Janis / NASA / GRC [3733 x 5515]


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Orion and Moon set over the Gulf of Mexico


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Sunspot Group


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Saturn's moon, Mimas. The real-life Death Star.


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Saturday, November 28, 2020

Tonights full moon. Tycho crater is cool.


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the Moon upgrade Canon T7i 200mm [OC]


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Comet Neowise with a flare from a passing satellite


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Either this is a very well formed halo, or there are bigger problems to worry about. Taken on my iPhone, at 10:57 pm.


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The Milky Way in Colorado


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Close-up of Saturn's most interesting moon, Enceladus.


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Saturn's rings and moon Tethys by Cassini


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ISS Transiting the Mineral Moon from my backyard


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Kingdom of Sweden: Aurora Borealis photographed by Peter Rosen in November 2020. [1125 x 739] [OS]


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Orion Widefield


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Flaming Star Nebula IC 405


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The Rosette Nebula in SHO


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The Heart and Soul Nebula [OC]


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The Great Red Spot captured by the Voyager 1


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[OC] My latest shot of the Orion nebula, from my backyard Bortle 8


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The Great Turkey Nebula


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Friday, November 27, 2020

Pickering’s Triangle


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If you are on the road and you see this, that’s freedom


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First time attempting the orion nebula! I was pretty happy bc it’s my first time! Also through my phone!


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Kingdom of Sweden: "STEVE in the mountains" photographed by Göran Strand in September 2019. [1000 x 1000] [OS]


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SSTO Single Stage to Orbit


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The Lunar North Pole – Carpenter Crater region


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The Cygnus Loop: Supernova Remnant


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We all deserve to take a moment to space out and get lost among the stars. Today, your moment is courtesy of a bipolar star-forming region called Sharpless 2-106. A huge, young star is the cause of most of the action.


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Blue Moon on Halloween - 99.5% illuminated


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