Kepler's 3 Laws||Motion of Planets
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The Fermi Paradox: The Phosphorus Problem | Isaac Arthur
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Peter Billingsley On Witnessing The Challenger Disaster (1986) | Young Astronauts Program
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Here is how I captured a Daytime ISS Lunar Transit
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Manned Space Flight: A Congressional Presentation (1962)
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Lockheed Martin creates magic in space with HoloLens 2
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Scott Manley - The Amazing Engineering Behind Solid Rocket Boosters
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The Largest Star in the Universe – Size Comparison (Kurzgesagt)
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Hippocamp is quite likely Neptune's only third-generation moon
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A Hundred million stars in 3 minutes
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Space Shuttle launch seen from an airplane
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Satellite Tracking on a Globe
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Meteorites from Vesta Found on Asteroid Bennu
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UAE signed an agreement with NASA to train UAE astronauts for potential missions to the International Space Station, including space walks & long duration station missions
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It may be small and fuzzy, but it's Uranus
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From my 8” telescope, here is Melotte 15!!
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After months of trying, I shot my best image of cloud detail on Venus this week ... just as new studies reveal a possible fingerprint of extraterrestrial life has been found there. [OC]
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before and after processing of the Andromeda Galaxy from my backyard
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Mars from my backyard - amazing to see polar ice caps!
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I took these photos about 8 hours apart [OC]
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Size comparison
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I finally finished processing one of my shots from NEOWISE passing a few months ago. We may never see a comet like this again. [OC]
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My first attempt at andromeda from November of last year and my 2nd attempt from this weekend
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My first attempt at astrophotography this weekend after a trip to Vermont.
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Here is the Saturn from the Backyard. I am looking for a bit more details on the hexagon and rings, but this is the best I have so far.
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Action cam footage from October 2017 spacewalk
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Last light for my telescope - M31, the Andromeda Galaxy. Onto new adventures with the new setup!
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A few hours ago the ISS flew over my head. Despite smokey skies and a turbulent atmopshere, I got a decent shot. Full video of the pass in the comments [OC]
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Severe light pollution makes imaging galaxies a challenge in the Detroit area. put I was still pleased with my image of the Whale and Hockey Stick galaxies.
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Galaxy NGC 2442 (by Hubble Space Telescope) is nicknamed the Meathook galaxy owing to its extremely asymmetrical and irregular shape.
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