Over 40 hours of exposure on Earth's nearest nebula neighbor, the Eye of God [OC]
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Geminid Meteors over Chile
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A photo of our Milkyway on film [OC]
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The Rosette Nebula, a combination of five NGC objects: NGC 2237, NGC 2238, NGC 2239, NGC 2244, and NGC 2246.
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Starry Night with Spiral Galaxies, (Aztrex galaxy id CFRC00001027), Digital, By Me, 2019
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This is the best picture of saturn I could take. More info as well as questions in comments.
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Spiral galaxy Messier 83, otherwise known as The Southern Pinwheel or even more appropriately, The Thousand-Ruby Galaxy, is 15 million light years away and believed to contain at least 40 billion stars. Image credit: Subaru & Hubble Telescopes, ESO & Robert Gendler [3500×2846]
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The Solar System’s Most Distant Object. (SEE COMMENT)
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Old mill, the Magellanic Clouds and the Milky Way [OC]
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Earl Dorfman, managing director of the National Historical Wax Museum, presenting a model of astronaut Alan Shepard’s head to Philip Hopkins, the director of the National Air Museum, Washington DC, September 15, 1961
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A long exposure of stars shaped like a turtle | 5788 X 3859 | OC @pawel_migdal_15
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The "tiger stripes" of Saturn's moon, Enceladus. (SEE COMMENT)
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How an Icy Moon of Saturn Got Its Stripes (SEE COMMENT)
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The "tiger stripes" of Saturn's moon, Enceladus. (SEE COMMENT)
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The Whirlpool Galaxy - Shit’s beautiful
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Most recent image of saturn taken by the hubble telescope on June 20th 2019.
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Venus seen by Japan’s Akatsuki orbiter.
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IC 1805 - The Heart Nebula. This is a 12 hour exposure I took of the 100 light year wide star forming region located in Cassiopeia.
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Stormy skies at the VLA 📡⚡️[OC]
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US from the Orbit. Credit: NASA
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The Carina Nebula [OC]
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My first attempt at capturing the Orion nebula!
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NASA's Parker Solar Probe captured this astonishing prospect of Earth journeying against her cosmic backdrop over the course of ten days in April 2019. Earth is the first bright round spot that shows up and moves to the right of the frame before the Milky Way is seen. The Moon was too close to Earth
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[Jupiter] Hubble picture
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M33, the Triangulum Galaxy - an 8 hour exposure from dark skies [OC]
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Messier 81 - For some reason the yellowish haze and the turquoise outside make me feel calm and tranquil.
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4 July 2024: SpaceX announces to the world a transport system capable of putting 2,182 tons of industrial, agricultural, and fuel producing machinery on Mars ahead of human settlers. The Mass Transfer Heavy Resource Falcon Cargo-Kiloton Rocket (MTHRFCKR) produces half a billion pounds of thrust.
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My favorite picture of Saturn, by Cassini. Notice Earth to the left, right outside the bright band.
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Crab Nebula (M1), the superb supernova remnant in Taurus [OC]
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“In the future, starships will be so big that they will make the BFR look like a rowboat” - Elon Musk, 2017
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