Friday, April 30, 2021

I've been working one week to make this ultra high-definition 80 MPx picture of the Moon that required 85,000 snapshots from two nights of observation (zoom in!)


https://bit.ly/3taLiI5 via /r/spaceporn https://bit.ly/3nzUxjY

Since Comet 67P is trending, here's another one.


https://bit.ly/3e5bfob via /r/spaceporn https://bit.ly/3vANj22

YELLOW galaxy | GIF Loop by Xponentialdesign


https://bit.ly/3gTkKZe via /r/spaceporn https://bit.ly/3eIE3Sp

I made this glitch art based on one of the Apollo 11 photos that are in the public domain. Im obsessed with all of those photos.


https://bit.ly/3aTgCVm via /r/spaceporn https://bit.ly/3nBLZZO

Super Moon from Latvia,Liepaja


https://bit.ly/2SiZbr1 via /r/spaceporn https://bit.ly/3baFkB1

Surface of Comet 67P


https://bit.ly/336cBZo via /r/spaceporn https://bit.ly/3u8wZoK

The Eagle Nebula’s (M16) “Pillars of Creation” | Wide Field Camera 3 (WFC3) | Near-infrared


https://bit.ly/3aOXGXJ via /r/spaceporn https://bit.ly/3t5KHY7

Ingenuity's Shadow During Third Flight


https://bit.ly/335Ddtv via /r/spaceporn https://bit.ly/3eHVxyh

"Light Echo" Illuminates Dust Around Supergiant Star V838 Monocerotis (V838 Mon)


https://bit.ly/3nC2qW2 via /r/spaceporn https://bit.ly/3tbsyIq

The sun erupted with an X1.7-class solar flare on May 12, 2013. This is a blend of two images of the flare from NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory


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Touching the Great Red Spot on Jupiter.


https://bit.ly/3nzY3e5 via /r/spaceporn https://bit.ly/3e2z2VH

SpaceX Crew Dragon Endeavour Approaching the Station


https://bit.ly/2QJgAsn via /r/spaceporn https://bit.ly/3xCib3N

China launches first module of their new space station.


https://bit.ly/2QLIDYf via /r/spaceporn https://bit.ly/3vvWv7M

Apollo 11, by me, in the memory of Michael Collins


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Another shot of the Long March 5 rocket launch carrying their first piece of their space station.


https://bit.ly/331p2Wv via /r/spaceporn https://bit.ly/3e2uI8S

Rocket leaving earth


https://bit.ly/2RfLnwE via /r/spaceporn https://bit.ly/3xxsBlg

Thursday, April 29, 2021

Reletive size in the sky of Jupiter and Eskimo Nebula


https://bit.ly/3u7rFSC via /r/spaceporn https://bit.ly/3uiO6EB

Andromeda Galaxy captured from light polluted Pittsburgh, PA skies can still reveal amazing detail [OC]


https://bit.ly/3aQiIFG via /r/spaceporn https://bit.ly/3eFlNtf

Enhanced Stare into the Void | GIF Loop by Xponentialdesign [OC]


https://bit.ly/330Xalf via /r/spaceporn https://bit.ly/3aRzzHZ

Navigating Smoothly Trough the Galaxies | GIF Loop by Xponentialdesign [OC]


https://bit.ly/2RfQ6ig via /r/spaceporn https://bit.ly/2PECi0e

Pluto & Charon binary (16K 16:9), images taken by New Horizons


https://bit.ly/3gOvHeI via /r/spaceporn https://bit.ly/3aNqSi8

Space X launch from the Indian river-Florida


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Protoplasmic Fantasy - Space inspired digital art by me


https://bit.ly/3gQwsUK via /r/spaceporn https://bit.ly/3t49An5

Curiosity’s shot of blue sunset at mars.


https://bit.ly/3eFRbrA via /r/spaceporn https://bit.ly/3e0uCP4

An image of Antarctica taken by NASA's Aqua satellite


https://bit.ly/2Se6tfD via /r/spaceporn https://bit.ly/3xBRg86

Beautiful Desert Starry Sky [OC]


https://bit.ly/3vuH8MC via /r/spaceporn https://bit.ly/3u5Nthg

The first earthrise photography, taken by Bill Anders in 1968, digitally restored by the "Earth Restored" project (link in comments).


https://bit.ly/335KQQB via /r/spaceporn https://bit.ly/32VCE5E

Best Pic of The Moon I've Taken To Date


https://bit.ly/3gMK1V2 via /r/spaceporn https://bit.ly/3nxHjEr

Pink supermoon from my camera


https://bit.ly/3eJa8cK via /r/spaceporn https://bit.ly/32W0HS1

The Sombrero Galaxy | M104 | NGC 4594


https://go.nasa.gov/3nHPfmF via /r/spaceporn https://bit.ly/3nywKB2

Crab Nebula (SN 1054), one of the prettiest in my opinion.


https://bit.ly/3aJXrxe via /r/spaceporn https://bit.ly/3e1MZDl

Michael Collins takes a selfie inside the spacecraft during the Gemini-10 mission (18 July 1966)


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The ISS flying over Jones Lake, B.C. (OC)


https://bit.ly/32XU3up via /r/spaceporn https://bit.ly/3aPsd7X

Wednesday, April 28, 2021

Earth Restored – Only 24 people have journeyed far enough to see the whole Earth against the black of space. Here is a selection of the most beautiful photographs of Earth — iconic images and unknown gems — digitally restored to their full glory.


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Super moon photographed from ISS


https://bit.ly/3xzbejR via /r/spaceporn https://bit.ly/3gJaYJj

#EAPOD 29th April 2021 | The Eskimo Nebula (NGC 2392) | Cristina Cellini


https://bit.ly/3vuOlN0 via /r/spaceporn https://bit.ly/3vvy9uy

The Horsehead Nebula (Barnard 33)


https://bit.ly/3sZl2Ab via /r/spaceporn https://bit.ly/3u2aIbX

Carina Nebula (AKA: Mystic Mountain)


https://bit.ly/3dYMAla via /r/spaceporn https://bit.ly/3sYuZxT

north america nebula unmodded and untracked


https://bit.ly/2PCruzK via /r/spaceporn https://bit.ly/3gNgs5Y

"Super Moon" viewed from the ISS. Looking very visible. Image by NASA


https://bit.ly/3gMPATy via /r/spaceporn https://bit.ly/3vprO3Y

Like a diamond ring


https://bit.ly/3eGoQ4b via /r/spaceporn https://bit.ly/3gKOWWw

Earth


https://bit.ly/32YLz69 via /r/spaceporn https://bit.ly/3nBt80X

Sun and Sunspots.


https://bit.ly/3u0yLZ1 via /r/spaceporn https://bit.ly/3t0GLb1

A pink supermoon composite on ocean.


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"The Soyuz MS-17 spacecraft is seen as it lands in a remote area near the town of Zhezkazgan, Kazakhstan" on 17 April 2021. Photographer: Bill Ingalls, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) [2400x2225][OS]


https://go.nasa.gov/3sY9ygr via /r/spaceporn https://bit.ly/3aM1lWB

Vela SNR Hubble Palette


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Kepler-69c, a super-Earth. It is about 6 Earth mass, and has a radius of 1.71 Earth radii. It orbits the sun-like star Kepler-69 every 242 days, putting it in the inner habitable zone, very similar to that of Venus's orbital period in our solar system. [4000 x 2251] (Credit:NASA/Ames/JPL)


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2 days before launch of the @SpaceX resupply mission to the @Space_Station ,


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M51 Galaxy- Credit: MauroSky on Astrobin


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Perseverance spotted by Ingenuity


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