I took nearly 50,000 images of the night sky to make an 81 Megapixel image of Tuesday's moon. Uncompressed image linked in the comments. [OC]
/r/spaceRemoveDebris space harpoon can clear space junk and debris
/r/space6 years ago today, one of the most spectacular meteors of the recorded history exploded over Chelyabinsk, Russia
/r/space[OC] Opportunity was my favorite rover on mars. It was lunched a few months after my birthday. So my being the emotional and attempting to make music person I am, I made a song. Dedicated for Oppy.
/r/spaceLong time visual observer, I recently started an astro vlog to document my first steps into astrophotography; episode 2 is out!
/r/spaceHubble's Amazing Journey - The most amazing images of the universe captured by the space telescope, and a look at plans to launch a new and more advanced satellite in 2021.
/r/spaceWe will keep an eye open for Oppy while we're out here!
/r/spaceMars 2020 Rover Build Update
/r/spaceNew space station announced to go up on the Starship by The Gateway Foundation
/r/spaceA Zoo of Galaxies | Galaxy morphology and the Hubble Tuning Fork
/r/spaceExploring The Moon's Mysterious Caves (4K UHD)
/r/spaceMy Battery is Low and it's Getting Dark [Rover Eulogy]
/r/spaceTimelapse of every deep space mission inside the Asteroid Belt
/r/spaceNASA: China and India are making the Earth greener
/r/spaceOpportunity’s last words reminded me of this... written in memory of a computer... IBM 1401
/r/spaceTake a Ride on the Interplanetary Superhighway
/r/spaceSuper Earths & Mini-Neptunes: Exoplanets and Habitability in the Age of Kepler
/r/spaceRest In Peace Opportunity, but let's not forget Curiosity is still going. (Cried at 19 seconds in)
/r/spaceTwo Russians broke into the Baikonur Cosmodrome, camped overnight, and watched the shuttle launch delivering the cosmonauts to the ISS.
/r/spaceOpportunity: NASA Rover Completes Mars Mission
/r/spaceWhere will you be? #Israeltothemoon
/r/spaceNASA's Earth Science Mission Fleet: Colors are used to distinguish what science category each mission is observing. Yellow - Sun; Blue - Earth;Red - Stars and Planets; Orange - Other; Green - International Space Station
/r/spaceA low flyover of Jupiter's moon Europa using recently processed data from Galileo. Uses high resolution grayscale and low resolution color images taken between 1996 and 1998.
/r/spaceNASA’s THEMIS mission proves a 45-year old theory that the outer boundary of Earth’s magnetic field vibrates like a drum.
/r/spaceThis Star Might Be Hiding Undiscovered Elements | Przybylski’s Star
/r/spaceHow the European space agency would 3d print a lunar base
/r/spaceRocket Talk Podium Ep2 - Special Guest Christian Ready from Launchpad Astronomy - latest space news
/r/spaceLunar Exploration – ESA's missions