Tuesday, November 30, 2021

Three Perseid Nights

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Pioneer 10 encounters Jupiter in 1973 NASA concept art by Rick Guidice.

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Acrylic painting rendering the surface of the sun

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International space station from SpaceX Dragon.

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Phobos over Mars. This image shows the dark silhouette of Mars' inner moon Phobos against the much brighter clouds of Mars.Taken by Mars Orbiter Mission (Mangalyaan) on October 14, 2014. ⠀ ⠀ Credit: ISRO / ISSDC / Emily Lakdawalla⠀ ⠀

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IO Casting A Shadow On Jupiter's Storm...

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M31 in HaLRGB - Captured in my backyard

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Space and Earth's Moon photographed from the International Space Station on 22 June 2018 at 13:19:19 GMT -- 1600mm focal length. [5568x3712][OS]

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First Color View of Titan's Surface

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Pluto. Credit -- NASA / Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory / Southwest Research Institute / ZLDoyle

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Monday, November 29, 2021

The Moon and Venus, taken last month in LA

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Milky Way through an insane cave on the California coast [OC][3072x2051]

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My artistic representation of the planet Mars. 😁 It's not completely accurate, so please don't shout at me. 😂

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Jupiter just moments ago

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[Photos taken in Roswell, NM, USA by 23 year old astrophotographer and aerospace engineer Bray Falls #1

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Photos taken in Roswell, NM, USA by 23 year old astrophotographer and aerospace engineer Bray Falls #2

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The Milky Way over New Mexico

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Messier 42 and surrounding nebulosity

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Earthrise, William Anders, NASA, 1968

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The colorful stars of Orion the Hunter

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Hubble’s view of planetary nebula reveals complex structure

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An oil painting of the Seahorse Nebula

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16 Cygni Bb

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The Extraordinary Spiral in LL Pegasi (top left). No one knows exactly what it is but it is likely to be a star in a binary star system entering the planetary nebula phase. It is about 1/3 of a light year across. (Check NASA's Astronomy picture of the day).

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There’s only 4 stars in this image. All those dots are galaxies!

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An award for my husband, an avid space nerd

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The sky directly above North Pole, Alaska. So many stars!

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I don't Know Which Part of Galaxy or what it is But I Captured it back in Summers....

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Sunday, November 28, 2021

A Meteor and a couple of satellites in front of the Orions

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View of 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko from Rosetta.

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Andromeda et al - Urban Backyard Astrophotography

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A High Cliff on Comet Churyumov-Gerasimenko

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Moon Flyover

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My pixel art version of the famous Buzz Aldrin photograph, what do you think?

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This picture really shows us how the light pollution is affecting our night sky. Too much light pollution has consequences: it washes out starlight in the night sky, interferes with astronomical research, disrupts ecosystems, has adverse health effects and even wastes energy. [OC]

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Eclipse in Iowa

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The remnant of Supernova SN 1987A.

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A thunderstorm from above

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[OC] Picture of the Milky Way in clear skies of Australia

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[OC] Milky Way on Monte Spluga (IT)- Eos M50 and Sigma 16 F1.4

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[OC] Taken this summer with a smartphone. Could use a tripod but I didn't have it on me.

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The Milky Way rising over the Janie Seddon in Motueka, NZ

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Photograph of a comet photobombed by Starlink satellites

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Dione, our solar systems 15th largest moon. Like Europa and Enceladus there is a liquid ocean underneath the icy surface. This photo was taken by the Cassini Orbiter which orbited Saturn for almost 20 years.

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