On March 28th, I photographed this cosmic triangle as it met the Saskatchewan horizon [OC]
/r/spacepornHigh-Altitude Hazes on Jupiter
/r/spacepornRosette Nebula; 2010 imagine showing dust clouds associated with the Rosette Nebula, a nursery about 5,000 light years away from Planet Earth.
/r/spaceporn[OC] Came across these two guys around a campfire while I was photographing the milky-way in North-eastern Turkey.
/r/spaceporn[OC] My first moon shot taken on a cell phone through a telescope April 2nd 2020
/r/spacepornThis Week's First Quarter Moon
/r/spacepornLighthouse in Croatia [OC]
/r/spacepornEnceladus in Saturnshine (quick and dirty)
/r/spacepornRaw photo of Venus taken with my phone.
/r/spacepornPleaides and venus
/r/spacepornSol 4.2.20 Inverted Hydrogen Image. Taken from Chattanooga TN. [OC]
/r/spacepornNot even the imagination could create something like that (“The colours of Saturn from Cassini” credit: NASA, ESA, JPL, ISS and Cassini Imaging Team)
/r/spaceporn[OC] Waxing gibbous in Croatia 4/3/2020
/r/spacepornMilky Way over Cape Schanck Lighthouse. Hopefully this qualifies as spaceporn [OC]
/r/spacepornThe false-color image - taken Jan. 4, 1998 - shows Saturn's reflected infrared light.
/r/spacepornThe Tarantula nebula is a massive star-forming region in another galaxy. If it was a close to the earth as the Orion nebula (~10x closer) it would cast shadows at night. [OC]
/r/spacepornApril 2nd - 66% Illuminated Moon (Night vs Day)
/r/spaceporn[OC] The Eighth Sister (Venus and The Pleides)
/r/spacepornIdk if this is appropriate to ask on here, but does anyone know if this is some sort of star cluster?
/r/spacepornHorsehead Nebula from Melbourne [OC]
/r/spacepornSaturn through Titan's haze: On March 31,2005, just minutes after the Cassini spacecraft's closest approach to Titan, Cassini viewed Saturn peeking through Titan's thick atmosphere.
/r/spacepornThe brightest white spot in the middle is the very center of the Milky Way galaxy, which also marks the site of a supermassive black hole.Credit...NASA/JPL-Caltech
/r/spacepornAntennae Galaxies colliding
/r/spacepornThis picture represents the path of 14,000 known asteroids near Earth (see comment)
/r/spacepornThe Milky Way as visible from the desert southwest of Cairo.
/r/spacepornA particularly active sunspot phase in October of 2013 gave the sun this spooky jack-o-lantern look. The brighter regions get hotter and more energetic as they interact more intensely with the sun’s magnetic field.PHOTOGRAPH: NASA GODDARD
/r/spacepornThe European Space Agency’s PROBA2 satellite captured this unusually detailed photo of the corona—plasma that can be millions of degrees hotter than the star’s actual surface.VIDEO: ESA
/r/spacepornMare Imbrium and its surroundings from 2018
/r/spacepornThis sunspot, captured in ultraviolet by NASA’s Solar Dynamic Observatory in 2017, only looks small. That dark region of plasma churning in the sun’s magnetic field is actually several times bigger than Earth. PHOTOGRAPH: NASA/GSFC/SOLAR DYNAMICS OBSERVATORY
/r/spacepornOC, it is the moon