M45 - Pleiades and surrounding dust from very dark skies
/r/AstronomySaw people have been posting about the Pleiades lately. Heres an analysis I did using data captured by ESA’s Gaia telescope!
/r/AstronomyNorth Pole Region Craters on the Moon
/r/AstronomyTook this on my phone in Iceland this week. What is the small cluster of stars near the bottom?
/r/AstronomyMessier 30 – Globular Cluster in the Constellation Capricornus
/r/AstronomyOrion Nebula 12/6/2018
/r/AstronomyISS as viewed from my backyard [OC]
/r/AstronomyStar trails photographed from Dante's View in Death Valley NP. Single 2-hour exposure.
/r/AstronomyM78 in Orion
/r/AstronomyMy first take on Flame and Horse Head Nebula 4Hrs Integration Tandem scopes.
/r/AstronomyComet 46P/Wirtanen on December 4, 2018
/r/AstronomyThe Omega Nebula - a cloud of gas carved by stellar winds
/r/AstronomySupernova 2018ivc in Galaxy M77
/r/AstronomyEver wonder how astrophotography processing is done ?
/r/AstronomyI know these aren’t super fantastic photos taken with my iPhone (aside from the moon photo) but astronomy brought light to my dark depression. I’m so grateful to observe the vast and infinite universe.
/r/AstronomyThe Tadpole Nebula in natural color
/r/AstronomyDrawing of the Moon my Father-in-law drew in the 40s
/r/AstronomyI've noticed that the open cluster in the bottom part of Auriga looks very similar to the constellation Delphinus. Have you ever noticed any small clusters with a striking resemblance to other constellations?
/r/Astronomy4 km arm of LIGO. That is one long ruler!
/r/AstronomyOpen Cluster Messier 18 in the Constellation Sagittarius
/r/AstronomyDo the planets always line up like this?
/r/AstronomyA little late, but still think it's funny...
/r/AstronomyThis sun dial has some extra functions, including the ability to tell the sun's inclination at 4 different locations in the northern hemisphere at local noon - found in Jantar Mantar New Delhi, India
/r/AstronomyThe Moon, Venus and the star Spica, December 3, 2018.
/r/AstronomyWhat a transit of Earth and Moon across the Sun would look like
/r/AstronomyDeep exposure of Messier 45 (Pleiades) and the surrounding dust
/r/AstronomyMore of Jantar Mantar Jaipur: People requested a different angle, so here's the time telling part of the world's largest sun dial
/r/AstronomyI made a tribute to the James Webb Space Telescope, and so can you!
/r/AstronomyMore of Jantar Mantar Jaipur: according to this instrument, today at ~15:32 the sun's altitude was ~22° and its azimuth ~229°