Schiller Crater - February 16, 2019
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Weekend trip to the Green Bank Observatory to take data with the 40 foot telescope. Love this place to bits.
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My discovery of possible dwarf nova on the digitized photographic plates
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Sh2-284 in Monceros : Presented in SHO Narrowband
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Moon 17.02.2019
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The Hidden Galaxy - A galaxy obscured by dust near the galactic equator from the Milky Way
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Orion and the Horsehead from Hawaii, 2/8/19
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Visited the VLA (Very Large Array) today and took a big-ass panoramic photo [17121x3478]
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Galaxy NGC 772 (Arp 78)
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Deep learning opens a new kind of noise reduction
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Aurora of different planets
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I'm loving the sky views I get with EAA.. short exposures and no post-processing for a pretty awesome "live view"
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Galaxy NGC 2403 in the Constellation Camelopardalis
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ISS lunar transit - close up
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Messier 35 and NGC 2158 in Gemini
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Star & Crossbones Nebula [OC] 27 hour exposure
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The Butterfly Nebula - IC1318
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I detected exoplanet HD189733b with a tele-photo lens
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Part of the Orion constellation
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The Rosette Nebula [OC]
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Winter Stars Over the Dark Side Observatory
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Heart Nebula
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ALMA Observatory captured this spiral nebula around the red giant star R Sculptoris that located about 1,500 light-years away toward the constellation Sculptor. Credit:ESO,NAOJ,NRAO.
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M51 [OC]
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2/3rds of the Leo Triplets [OC]
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The Seagull and Thor’s Helmet nebulas. February 5, 2019
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Rosette Nebula [OC]
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Galaxy Messier 77 in Cetus - First use of PixInsight Software
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Ou4, a giant squid-sized planetary nebula, lies within the emission region SH2-129 some 2,300 light-years away toward the constellation Cepheus. It's powered by a triple system of hot, massive stars , catalogued as HR8119 (center) and nearly 50 light-years across. Credit: IAC
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Sharpless 140, a Tulip in Cepheus
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