My first image of a deep space object: M31
/r/AstronomyAfter a few failed attempts, I was finally able to get the right equipment and right timing to capture the International Space Station (ISS) transiting the sun [OC]
/r/Astronomyabit late too the full moon trend, 98% full moon from eastern united states
/r/AstronomyMilky way processed with Photoshop
/r/AstronomySh2-136 The Ghost Nebula
/r/AstronomyFull Moon - Oct 14, 2019 - [3500x3500]
/r/Astronomybought my first watch
/r/AstronomyLast night's 99% full moon
/r/AstronomyVisited the Green Bank Observatory last week and took some data of the Milky Way using the 40 foot telescope. I loved it!
/r/AstronomyThe Sea of Rain and surrounding lunar features
/r/AstronomyM31 - 6 Panel LRGB Mosaic
/r/AstronomyMessier 15 Globular Cluster with IFN [OC]
/r/AstronomyThey should call this the Question Mark Nebula :)
/r/AstronomyPetrified trees and the Milkyway [OC]
/r/Astronomy173 years ago on this date, Neptune's Moon Triton was Discovered by William Lassell. Happy discovery birthday Triton, we're the better for having found you!
/r/AstronomyMe flying on SOFIA last June, the world’s only flying observatory, 43,000 feet above the Southern Ocean. The telescope is on the right
/r/AstronomyFind your passion [OC]
/r/AstronomyComposite image of 93% partial solar eclipse over Scotland, 20th March 2015
/r/AstronomyPlease confirm: Seen looking east from Oostburg, WI... lunar halo with a contrail or cloud? Just lovely!
/r/AstronomyA cute galactic couple holds hands in the vast emptiness of space. Zoom in to see more. Taken with amateur telescope and 13.5 hours of exposure. [OC]
/r/AstronomyMy first picture of the moon. My goal is to capture all of the phases
/r/AstronomyOrion and Running man nebula
/r/AstronomyMars the red planet. [Low Quality] this is best photo I could get.
/r/AstronomyDumbbell Nebula - Messier 27. Scope: Celestron Omni XLT 150 Mount: EQ6R Camera: ZWO ASI 224MC
/r/AstronomyThe North America Nebula (NGC7000)
/r/AstronomyNothing too special, just a picture of saturn taken with a 5” dob and an iPhone
/r/AstronomyPleiades, got up at 3:30 this morning to give this my first attempt.