Sunday, February 28, 2021

This photo of Earth was taken by a human


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Jupiter's moon Ganymede, the largest in the solar system ...


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The Great Orion Nebula, taken from my backyard [OC]


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Hubble's view of "Black Eye" Galaxy


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The result of stacking several thousand pictures of the moon in RGB!


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This shot of Saturn & Dione


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Earth photographed by Apollo 15 Astronaut Al Worden on the way back home from the Moon in 1971


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This photo I took of the Saturn V being projected onto the Washington Monument


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NGC 2818 taken by the Hubble Telescope


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This is Mars


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IC410 - The Tadpoles Nebula [OC]


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Into the unknown


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The Dolphin On Jupiter


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Pale Blue Dot; an Artist’s Perspective.


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The Pleiades and Mars 2/27/2021


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Animation of the Moon in 4K: from 59.7% to 97.2% in 6 days


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The Moon: from 59.7% to 97.2% in 6 days


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The Hourglass Nebula (MyCn-18)


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Earth from Apollo 11


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Saturday, February 27, 2021

Got some great pictures of the moon tonight.. First time I've ever caught a plane as well! 2-27-21. Chicago area


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Messed around with the flash on my camera, somehow got this! Pretty proud of it ngl


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Space-pupil , ink and acrylic


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Yesterday's Full Moon


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First time capturing the Full Moon, 27/02 , from Uruguay, South America


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Our moon with Jupiter and its moons.


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My kid thought my /Harley post belonged here too! Finally got my bike up to my rocket scientist nerd specs. Custom tank paint with nebulae and Juno image of Jupiter.


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Clouds on Mars


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Swirling clouds and hazy streaks in Jupiter’s northern region, viewed from 15,610 miles away.


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Bloodmoon in the UK, just took this !


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Full moon with some cloud cover.


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I captured a meteor burning up


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Hurricane Irma as seen from the international space station - GIF (Credit Nasa)


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BOSCO (Background Oriented Schlieren using Celestial Objects) imaging of T-38C, moving at supersonic speed, travelling between the Sun and a telescope equipped with calcium K filter. (September 2015, NASA’s Armstrong Flight Research Center, Edwards, California)


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The first full moon I’ve been able to shoot since October of last year.


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2001: A space odyssey


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Last night's full moon taken with Nikon Coolpix P950. Program mode, 2000 mm equivalent.


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Indian night sky


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The full moon tonight from my backyard


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Friday, February 26, 2021

Nothing too special here, just the starts between some trees in my backyard! Taken with my phone!


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Photo taken from the mountains, on the right you can see the pleiades cluster! Taken with my Phone!


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I tried to colorize NASA's Parker Solar Probe's image of Venus. (taken in July 2020 during the flyby)


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This looks sick


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Nothing too special here just lots of stars! Taken via my phone from my backyard!


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Cross your eyes and the Bullet Cluster is 3d.


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Copernicus Crater on the moon through my telescope


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Tried to get Carina from my driveway


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Moon pic taken tonight in the uk using a telescope!


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This one is called “Shine” inspired by beautiful deep space nebula, OC


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Clouds on Jupiter


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Even though I've been painting murals of the night sky for over 20 years... it still never gets old. From my first "real" night sky (at 8 years old) until now... the night sky still stops me in my tracks and I stand there in awe. I do my best to capture the real thing! OS, OC


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