​​140 million miles away from home, NASA's Mars Curiosity Rover took this shot of its leftover tracks, as it drove across the planet's sandy dunes.
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Arouras and fireball
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[O.C] Orion Nebula M42 [8191 X 4607]
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Mercury Core
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The image of stars i took at 2am from my basement’s balcony + some messing around in Lightroom [4912x3264] [OC]
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Spiraling Supermassive Black Holes. [1280x720]
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Edited screenshot I took of a gas giant from the simulator "Space Engine" [3089x2980]
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11/11/18 Moon featuring surrounding stars (x-post r/astrophotography) [OC][2048x1542]
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Is it possible to capture the entire plane of our galaxy in a single image? Yes, but not in one exposure: it took some planning to do it in two. The top and the bottom part of this image were taken six months apart and there you have it, the complete plane
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Amazing views of Saturn's North Pole.
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NASA STS-64 Mission: NASA Astronaut Mark C. Lee floating tetherless above Planet Earth - was photographed from NASA's Space Shuttle Discovery while orbiting high above the South Pacific Ocean. [3000x3000]
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My poor attempt to take a pic on the moon ( 2018/11/23 w/ my phone and a telescope )
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My poor attempt to take a pic on the moon ( 2018/11/23 w/ my phone and a telescope )
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Another galaxy I made!
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My shot of the Pillars of Creation.
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Galaxy that I just made from scratch with paint.net :)
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When you get to where you are going do not forget to turn around. Cassini 900mil miles from earth. [1024x1171]
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The Milky Way over Truro, MA United States [1917x1326][OC]
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This is David Scott during an Apollo 9 Extra-Vehicular Activity (EVA). Picture by NASA [1080x1076] [OS]
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The ISS as viewed from my backyard [1920x1080] [OC]
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Northern starry night
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just another
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Shot of the moon this morning.
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A direct image of a solar system being born in the Orion Nebula, 7,500 light-years from us. The entire disk is 53 billion miles across, or 7.5 times the diameter of our solar system.Picture source:Hubble Space Telescope
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Santorini under the Milky Way
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This photogenic group of interacting galaxies called Arp 273, lie at a distance of over 300 million light-years from earth.
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Starry sky in Nipton, United States [1920 × 1280]
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4 years ago today, NASA tested their first new capsule since Apollo. Here’s the Orion test flight from the launch pad for the Apollo test flight.
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Northern lights as seen from Svalbard, Norway
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A very cool picture from the last soyuz launch
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