The star Zeta Ophiuchi with a shock wave in front of it.
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5000 Light Years Away Lies A Huge Cosmic Bubble With A Wolf Rayet Star In The Middle Called The Crescent Nebula. The Oxygen & Hydrogen Atoms Produce The Blue Green Hue In This Mass Of Spectacular Colors!
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The Horsehead nebula is one of the most iconic structures in space. Here is an image I took of the nebula and surrounding nebulosity with my telescope.
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The pillars of creation surrounded by the eagle.
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The northern lights,stunning
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Sunset From the International Space Station
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The Medusa Nebula is around a billion times dimmer than the brightest star in the night sky - I took about 6 hours of images of it to get this picture! [OC]
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I collected light for 28 hours with an amateur telescope to build this detailed portrait of the Sunflower Galaxy. Its hazy outer halo contains billions of stars that were strewn across space as it absorbed a companion galaxy. [OC]
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Orion's belt and sword.
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Next in my series of budget astrophotography: Pleiades and California Nebula, untracked
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ATV, European cargo vehicle arrived at the ISS. They use some of its booster parts for the Artemis mission. To be specific: For the Orion capsule.
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I imaged widefield views of all 6 Apollo landing sites from Malta last July, progressively zooming in on the landing site regions. Armstrong crater in the Apollo 11 image is 4.6km across - so obviously no landers are visible at this resolution! :) Click and zoom in to see full resolution images!
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30 second exposure of night sky with zoom burst and focus pull
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Long exposure from Earth
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Venus, the brightest cosmic source after the Sun and the Moon in our skies, leaving a light trail reflection in the Mediterranean sea off the Western coast of Dwejra, Gozo, Malta. [OC]
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Waning Crescent Moon
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Solar eclipse as seen from a desert.
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Geatest Job! That we have humans working and living up there is still blowing my mind
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The progression of astrophotography since the 19th century (Henry, 1879; Henry, 1885; Hubble, 2015; Go, 2017)
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The Soul Nebula is 7,500 light years from Earth. I captured it with 15 hours of exposure time across multiple days.
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Southern Sky
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Stargazing in Shangri-la
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M45 | The Pleiades | From my backyard
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I imaged the Horsehead and Flame nebulae for a total of 5 hours from Malta, using a 5 inch Newtonian telescope and an astro-modified Canon 600D. The nebulae form part of the larger Orion molecular cloud complex - one of the closest star forming regions to Earth, at around 1,400 light years away.
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M42 - The Great Orion Nebula in Hydrogen Alpha!
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An Amazing View Of A Dying Star Unraveling Into Space 650 Light Years Away Called The Helix Nebula!
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the YOUniverse - Artwork in Honor of SPACE and the Unknown Mysteries of Our Celestial Neighbors -Hand drawn INK by ARTofDiNo.com
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Universal Chroma, Me, Digital, 2020. Thought you guys would like it! Made it last night on my tablet.
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Moonporn
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The perfect angle + the docked shuttle and ATV makes his picture amazing!
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