Monday, February 28, 2022

How it rains on different planets in space this is some freaky weather for these others planets. via /r/spaceporn

IC1396 - The Elephant's Trunk Nebula via /r/spaceporn

What a view from my bedroom via /r/spaceporn

Under the arch - Slovenia via /r/spaceporn

Orion Nebula taken from my OnePlus phone through Celestron Binoculars 15x70 via /r/spaceporn

Astronomer here! I’ve embroidered the night sky! via /r/spaceporn

A telescope view of Saturn. via /r/spaceporn

I took my very first spacey pictures at Zion! It's not the best, but I'm proud! via /r/spaceporn

Sunday, February 27, 2022

Far Away via /r/spaceporn

IC1848 the Soul Nebula from my Backyard via /r/spaceporn

City Limits Astrophotography - Orion Nebula from Paramount Park in Seattle via /r/spaceporn

Wonderful sky via /r/spaceporn

If we can set foot on these earth-like exoplanets it will be a dream come true. Since they are light years away from our solar system we will not walk on them anytime soon, at least the satellites will take us the journey virtually. via /r/spaceporn

Orion Constellation taken with my phone via /r/spaceporn

Saturday, February 26, 2022

I created the planet in resin via /r/spaceporn

Cool mineral flower taken by the Mars rover. via /r/spaceporn

First time doing a Sirius out of focus via /r/spaceporn

Thor's Helmet via /r/spaceporn

Supernova remnant Messier 1. It is the result of a massive star that exploded and was observed on Earth in 1054 AD. The pulsar at the center of the nebula rotates about 30 times each second. The image spans about 10 light-years across. [3864 x 3864] (Credit: NASA/ESA, J. Hester and A. Loll) via /r/spaceporn

Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2021 Our Sun category - the winning image via /r/spaceporn

The Yutu-2 lunar rover of China's Chang'e-4 mission has discovered two macroscopic translucent glass globules during its exploration of the far side of the moon via /r/spaceporn

A size comparison of our solar system with: Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Earth, Venus, Mars, Ganymede, Titan, Mercury, Callisto, Io, The Moon, Europa, Triton, Eris and Pluto. Creates by RL McNish. Note that we now know Pluto is slightly larger than Eris. via /r/spaceporn

Friday, February 25, 2022

Giant radio galaxy Alcyoneus is now the largest known galaxy in the Universe While IC 1101 still holds the record for the largest galaxy in terms of the extent of its stars, Alcyoneus is 230% as long as measured from end-to-end. via /r/spaceporn

Hey you guys, here's a new painting, I hope you like it but feel free to let me know your honest thoughts- I appreciate them. Goodnight ✌🏻 via /r/spaceporn

Oil painting on canvas!!! via /r/spaceporn

Rosette Nebula🌹 via /r/spaceporn

Saturn's North Pole is a hexagon. via /r/spaceporn

Jupiter Looking Like Abstract Art... via /r/spaceporn

We know very well who we want to do this with rn via /r/spaceporn

Interacting Galaxies Arp 143. After they passed through each other the gas rich galaxy on the right started to form loads of stars. Their gravities still visibly affect each other. via /r/spaceporn

Thursday, February 24, 2022

China find shiny spherical balls on moon, via /r/spaceporn

Orion over the beach via /r/spaceporn

Beautiful view of towering cumulus clouds fromage the ISS [credit: Nasaearth on Instagram] via /r/spaceporn

Thinking of Ukraine. via /r/spaceporn

Space view of the Caribbean/Atlantic from the Apollo 8 craft. (December 21, 1968) via /r/spaceporn

There is no place for tanks on Earth via /r/spaceporn

A NASA photo of a starry night sky via /r/spaceporn

NGC 2841 - The Tiger’s Eye Galaxy [OC] via /r/spaceporn

Wednesday, February 23, 2022

M51a - Whirlpool Galaxy - From my Seattle backyard via /r/spaceporn

Henri Huricane from ISS via /r/spaceporn

Atlantis in Bahamas via /r/spaceporn

Venus, Milkway, Salt Lake in Turkey via /r/spaceporn

The Witchead Nebula & Nebulosity around Rigel. (OC) via /r/spaceporn

GOES produces some stunning and unusual images of our planet via /r/spaceporn

What bizarre alien planet is this? It's planet Earth of course, seen from the International Space Station through the shimmering glow of aurorae. About 400 kilometers (250 miles) above Earth. via /r/spaceporn

Scatter, my oil painting on canvas via /r/spaceporn