Interstellar colonization in this century?
/r/spaceI've been photographing the 'Eye of God' nebula in my backyard for the past month. This is the result!
/r/spaceVideo of the International Space Station and the SpaceX Crew flying together before the astronauts docked.
/r/spaceThe Orion Nebula photographed on 35mm reversal film [OC]
/r/spaceFound a signed Mercury Capsule picture!
/r/spaceISS passing over with Mars low on the horizon (last night).
/r/spaceSoul Nebula before and after processing from my backyard [OC]
/r/spaceI photographed M33 from my courtyard in the city. Bortle 9 skies.
/r/spaceWSU Master Class: Special Relativity with Brian Greene. [2h31m:26s] (non math version). HIGHLY RECOMMEND! Finally I get Special Relativity intuitively, Greene is a genius of an educator.
/r/spaceFinally captured the elusive Aurora Australis after 2 years of living in Tasmania, was lucky enough to capture a bit of Bioluminescence on the waves as well!
/r/spaceThe Andromeda Galaxy [OC]
/r/spaceI got to experience one of the coolest Moonsets I have ever seen over the gorgeous Adirondack Mountains in NY!
/r/spaceI spent months of my quaran-time researching space facts and designing this calendar / "stargazer's guide to the year". Thanks for all the inspiration r/space!
/r/spaceOur moon, with Jupiter and its moons.
/r/spaceI pointed my telescope at the Ghost Nebula for 20 hours to capture this picture.
/r/spaceThe Moon in broad daylight [OC]
/r/spaceThank you, Arecibo. [OC]
/r/spaceSparrow and Jupiter
/r/spaceI captured Jupiter and it's 4 Galilean moons setting behind a mountain
/r/spaceIdaho is home to beautiful dark night skies where the Milky Way is so bright it can cast a shadow [OC]
/r/spaceMars shining bright in front of a field of stars 💫 [OC]
/r/spaceThe Mars Perseverance rover will touch down in 88 days, 8 hours, 8 minutes, and 8 seconds. Make a wish, Go Perseverance, and Go Ingenuity! Cant wait to watch the event.
/r/space"A World of Snowy Dunes on Mars" (originally in r/Areology)
/r/spaceSpacex Crew-1 liftoff! Taken on Nikon Z5, 50 second exposure.
/r/spaceI was lucky enough to visit Arecibo last year on my honeymoon. I’m so sad to know this engineering marvel will be destroyed soon...
/r/spaceFlames from the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launching the company's Crew Dragon spacecraft to the International Space Station on Nov. 15, 2020 Photo from NASA.
/r/spaceThe Andromeda Galaxy
/r/spaceSpace station passing over Nov 2020.
/r/spaceWaning Gibbous Mineral Moon [OC]