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2098 7 Mar 6, 2018
Hahtag #astronomer: Hello everyone!! My name is Leus @leus.mac

Hello everyone!! My name is Leus from Colombian and live in Argentina! Thank you to Fraser for allowing me the opportunity to share a few of my favorite images captured with all of you. I´m medical student and amateur photographer and passionate I like the landscape astrophotography! I am very grateful to universe today for allowing me to share my work. A great advantage that Argentina has is its pretty south latitude where you can see almost all the time of the year the magellanic clouds and together the acherna star. Visit my profile to see more pictures like this I hope you like it!! -Canon 6D -Samyang 14mm -f/2.8 -One shot of 30 seg ed ful 14mm sky Want to be featured? Use the hashtag or tag and we'll check out your pictures.

179 19 Feb 8, 2018
Hahtag #astronomer: I decided to do some observing this morning

I decided to do some observing this morning of the and of course a had to , I mean who would put a into ? . #115mm 6000

629 10 Mar 6, 2018
Hahtag #astronomer: A new shot of our Astronomer

A new shot of our Astronomer's Motto pin by , our amazing stockists in Cedar, MI! 💗📸💗 "Though my soul may set in darkness, it will rise in perfect light; I have loved the stars too fondly to be fearful of the night." 🌟 This pin is inspired by the poem "The Old Astronomer" by Sarah Williams (1837-1868)✨ strong s game

507 4 Mar 13, 2018
Hahtag #astronomer: We are #Wanderers 👨‍🚀👩🏼‍🚀

We are 👨‍🚀👩🏼‍🚀 . 📸

6292 81 Mar 4, 2018
Hahtag #astronomer: First computer generated image of a Black Hole.

First computer generated image of a Black Hole. Each white dot was made one at a time based off measurements of light. Credit: 💻 Jean-Pierre Luminet

2 0 Mar 18, 2018

این مغز من پر شده است... از یک عالمه اطلاعات، هرروز یاد گرفته ام و خوانده ام. فکر کرده ام. سعی کرده ام درک کنم و الان این مغز من شبیه یک انبار پر از گرد و غبار پر از وسایل به درد بخور و به درد نخور همه در هم انباشته شده. حالا باید باز سعی کنم همه چیز را دسته بندی و مرتب کنم که دست آخر از این جمع بندی بفهمم چه می دانم چه نمی دانم... ولی ناگهان اتاق پر از خنزر پنزر را رها می کنم و در یک شب نمناک و مرموز در سکوت ستاره ها را تماشا می کنم؛ _ویرگول .w

212 5 Mar 18, 2018

Check out the link on our Bio to pick up your Awesome Astronomy TShirts, Hoodies, Hats, Mugs & Leggings now! ☄️ Opinions on this one? 🌠 Want to be featured? use nomydepartment in your pics! 👍 _____________________ y graphy yourselves ships s station coast log craft center age dwomen _photography dblackman centre dblackwoman art dblackwomen teacher fun nomical nomer x man

37 2 Mar 18, 2018

Arigatou for staying by my side, arigatou for smiling for me, for gently scolding me, arigatou is not enough to express my gratitude. n indah paradise juara _photography Loc. Bromo Mountain IF

26 4 Mar 18, 2018

Sketchbook Jupiter

114 8 Mar 18, 2018

M81 è una galassia abbastanza vicina a noi. Fa parte di un gruppo di tre galassie "principali", M82 ed NGC3077 (a breve ve le farò vedere), queste altre due galassie subiscono l'attrazione della compagna e per questo motivo sono molto attive, cioè, in prossimità dei loro nuclei c'è una grande produzione stellare ed emissione di materia. CEM60 Sharpstar107ph QSI583, Astrodon filters L:7x300s RGB:5x120s Ha:6x600s Località: Monte Malanotte nomer photo graphy nomy nomia chasers sure _shots 583 galaxy photo _photography_ _photography hunter _longexpo earth

197 1 Mar 18, 2018

Click our link on our Bio to get your Awesome Space Shirts, Sweaters, Hats, Coffee Mugs & Yoga Pants today! 🌠 What do you think of this photo? 😎 Want to be featured? tag in your pics! 😀 ____________________ coast s yreadings pics man

84 0 Mar 18, 2018

IC 5146 — рассеянное звёздное скопление, погруженное в отражательно-эмиссионную туманность Кокон art

11 2 Mar 18, 2018

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73 13 Mar 18, 2018

However simple this may seem to some astrophotographers, I never in my wildest dreams thought I would be able to photograph a nebula unaided without tracking equipment or a telescope. This image is just a camera and a lens. 10 frames stacked, 3 sec exposures. It inspires me to push the boundaries. photo grapher nomer nomy photo gram #_astrography _astrophotography photo graphy _longexpo _shotz _photography_ _australia__ _excl scaper earth_

97 2 Mar 18, 2018

The from Space  Image Credit: NASA - X-ray: CXC, Optical: STSCI, Infrared: JPL-Caltech sky _sky _way _space_telescope way rynight

72 9 Mar 18, 2018

Sunday Morning Unboxing Dulu ahhh.... Nih produk dari Indonesia yang unjuk gigi di mancanegara, mengeluarkan seri terbarunya yaitu Astronomer! . Check it our aja ,semoga bermanfaat and happy holiday! . . Collaboration art . . graphy s s ture tures oftheday oftheday

7 0 Mar 18, 2018

Apollo 11 liftoff viewed from LC—39 press site

26 0 Mar 18, 2018

Grad film throwback number two. This was probably my favourite shot. art animation s

53 5 Mar 18, 2018

These are four possible ways of how the Universe could end. As you can see, it will not be a good end whatever is our end 😔. Later, I’ll do more detailed posts in which I will try to describe and explain these theories. In which one do you believe more ??/What is your favorite ?? theory oftheuniverse 💫 love mysteries

38 0 Mar 18, 2018

Maravilhoso close da lua marciana, Phobos (20 km de largura), quase quebrado por uma cratera de impacto gigante (9 km de diâmetro). Amazing close up of the Martian moon, Phobos (20km wide), nearly shattered by a giant impact crater (9km in diameter). . credit: NASA s oftheday

422 5 Mar 17, 2018

Simply follow the hyperlink on our Bio to take a look at our Awesome Space Tshirts, Sweaters, Hats, Mugs & Yoga Pants today! 🌠 Your opinion on this pic? 😃 For a shout out tag in your pics! 🌠 ____________________ s isreal s world diet camp rules fun teacher bitch la beyond graphy

116 2 Mar 17, 2018

• Lamentablemente el perro no es mío, es de mi papá y se lo lleva a su casa 😢. Pero es el perro más exquisito qué he visto [Sin contar a mi Milo 🐶🐶] y mi cara muestra mi completa felicidad ❤️.

17 0 Mar 17, 2018

Fellow Astronomers where you at!! 🙌🏾🙌🏾. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . s s lover exploration explorer life life book

143 2 Mar 17, 2018

❗️planet Venus ❗️ 💫Venus is at 96.1% illuminated 💫 🔴only image I could take of planet Venus so far tonight through the clouds. Still I’m happy with it 🔴 🍂equipment 🍂 ▫️astromaster 130eq ▫️I phone 8 ▫️15mm mercury venus

74 1 Mar 17, 2018

Tending Your Garden ... In Space! If you plant it, will it grow (in space)? The answer is yes, at least for certain types of plants. The Vegetable Production System, or Veggie, was first deployed in 2013 and is capable of producing salad-type crops to provide the crew aboard the International Space Station with a palatable, nutritious, and safe source of fresh food. Veggie provides lighting and nutrient delivery, but utilizes the cabin environment for temperature control and as a source of carbon dioxide to promote growth. This image of a red lettuce plant was taken for the VEG-03 experiment in the Columbus Module by the Expedition 53 crew. Credit: NASA ( )

15 2 Mar 17, 2018

Jiri Grygar - czech astronomer and astrophysicist no. 1. Cheers! / Vsechno nejlepší pane Grygare k 82 narozeninám! - Všichni jsme vyrůstali na Vašich OKNECH VESMÍRU DOKOŘÁN. Děkujeme! A na zdraví! #🔭 #🌞 #🌝 #👍 #👏 #⭐

29 2 Mar 17, 2018

Jupiter’s Great Red Spot making a nice appearance 🔴🌪 Image taken with Chile wide-field telescope

51 2 Mar 17, 2018

Se você pegar uma caixa de lápis de cor para desenhar uma paisagem, com certeza vai desenhar o Sol em amarelo ou laranja. Algumas pessoas podem fazer traços vermelhos para caprichar. Mas você já parou para pensar qual é realmente a cor do Sol? De que cor os astronautas enxergam essa estrela? Ao desenhar o Sol, a maioria das crianças usa amarelo, laranja ou vermelho. Mas os astronautas, do espaço, não veem a estrela com essas cores. (imagem: Flickr / Gullevek ) Desculpe se decepciono você, mas saiba que o Sol é branco. Nada de amarelo, laranja nem vermelho. E também não tem pontinhas como costumamos desenhar, muito menos um rostinho com sorriso! O Sol é, na verdade, branco! (foto: Geoff Elston /7°foto) A cor branca do Sol se origina do fato de que ele emite radiação em uma grande faixa de frequências. Na faixa do visível, sua cor branca provém da mistura das demais cores. E isso pode ser visto “ao contrário”, ou seja, a luz branca do Sol pode ser separada nas várias outras cores que a compõem – é assim que surge o arco-íris. Mas a ideia do Sol amarelo, laranja ou vermelho tem uma explicação. Ora, sabemos que a luz branca é composta pela soma das demais cores (exceto o preto, claro!). Se algumas destas cores forem bloqueadas antes de chegarem até nossos olhos, vamos ver apenas a composição das que sobraram. É isso o que acontece quando o Sol está próximo do horizonte: as cores verde, azul e violeta são espalhadas pela atmosfera nestas condições, e a luz que nos chega é dominada pelo amarelo-laranja-vermelho. Já quando o Sol está alto no céu, perto do meio-dia, a luz azul, principalmente, atinge as moléculas do ar na alta atmosfera, ricocheteando e se espalhando. Assim o céu parece azul e o Sol fica mais esbranquiçado. s oftheday

58 2 Mar 17, 2018

Um buraco negro é uma região finita do espaço dentro do qual existe uma concentração de massa suficientemente alta para gerar um campo gravitacional, de modo que nenhuma partícula material, nem mesmo a luz, possa escapar dela. No entanto, os buracos negros podem ser capazes de emitir radiação, o que foi conjeturado por Stephen Hawking na década de 1970. A radiação emitida por buracos negros como Cygnus X-1 não vem do próprio buraco negro, mas de seu disco de acréscimo. A gravidade de um buraco negro, ou "curvatura do espaço-tempo", causa uma singularidade envolvida por uma superfície fechada, chamada de horizonte de eventos. Isto é previsto pelas equações do campo de Einstein. O horizonte do evento separa a região do buraco negro do resto do universo e é a superfície do limite do espaço a partir da qual nenhuma partícula pode sair, inclusive fótons. Essa curvatura é estudada pela relatividade geral, que previa a existência de buracos negros e foi sua primeira indicação. A gravidade de um buraco negro pode atrair o gás que o rodeia, que gira e aquece até 12.000.000 ° C, ou seja, 2000 vezes maior que a superfície do Sol ..... Vídeo por s oftheday

52 1 Mar 17, 2018

O gelo desaparecendo - Ice disappearing. - PT / EN A pesquisa sobre o comportamento do gelo marinho do Ártico levou a uma compreensão mais profunda de como ele sobrevive de ano para ano. Nesta visualização, a idade do gelo do mar é mostrada com gelo mais novo em tons mais escuros de azul e o gelo mais antigo em branco mais brilhante: EN - Research into the behavior of the Arctic sea ice has led to a deeper understanding of how it survives from year to year. In this visualization, the age of the sea ice is shown with younger ice in darker shades of blue & the oldest ice in brighter white: Credit: Nasa s oftheday

102 0 Mar 11, 2018

Taps two time on the video. Leave your comments. ➡️ Clique 2 vezes em cima deste video. Deixe seu comentário. ➡️ ➡️ Animação Nebulosa - Nebula Animations. ➡️ 📷by: s oftheday

72 3 Mar 11, 2018

Taps two time on the video. Leave your comments. ➡️ Clique 2 vezes em cima deste video. Deixe seu comentário. ➡️ ➡️ ➡️ From LIFT OFF! The United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket, with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s ( ) next-generation weather satellite – GOES-S onboard, launched at 5:02 p.m. EST from Space Launch Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. GOES-S is the second satellite in NOAA’s Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellites (GOES) – R Series. GOES-R, the first satellite in the series, launched in November 2016 and is now GOES-16. GOES-S will be designated GOES-17 upon reaching geostationary orbit. After a period of on-orbit test and checkout, GOES-17 will be operational as GOES-West, providing coverage of the western U.S., Alaska, Hawaii and the Pacific Ocean. Together, GOES-16 and GOES-17 will observe Earth from the west coast of Africa all the way to Guam, providing researchers and meteorologists with valuable data on weather systems five times faster and at four times the image resolution than previous GOES spacecraft, offering more accurate, reliable forecasts and severe weather outlooks. Credit: NASA s oftheday

50 1 Mar 10, 2018

Taps two time on the video. Leave your comments. ➡️ Clique 2 vezes em cima deste video. Deixe seu comentário. ➡️ ➡️ 🎶 Five hundred twenty-five thousand six hundred minutes 🎶⠀ ⠀ This animation of 365 images shows the changing activity of our Sun through the eyes of our Proba-2 satellite during 2017, along with a partial eclipse for good measure.⠀ ⠀ The images were taken by the satellite’s SWAP camera, which works at extreme ultraviolet wavelengths to capture the Sun’s hot turbulent atmosphere – the corona, at temperatures of about a million degrees. ⠀ ⠀ Follow the link in our bio to learn more and download a poster with every image used for this animation.⠀ ⠀ 📹 /Royal Observatory of Belgium⠀ 🎵 'Atomar Sense' by Dunai - CC BY 3.0. s oftheday

49 1 Mar 10, 2018

Taps two time on the video. Leave your comments. ➡️ Clique 2 vezes em cima deste video. Deixe seu comentário. ➡️ ➡️Envie seu nome para o sol, isto mesmo! ➡️ ➡️ Send your name to the Sun: 📩🛰☀️ .  A pair of relatively small but frenetic solar active regions – areas of intense and complex magnetic fields – rotated into our satellite’s view May 31 – June 2, 2017, while spouting off numerous small flares and sweeping loops of plasma. These images were captured by ’s Solar Dynamics Observatory. . Want to get the hottest ticket this summer? Our Parker Solar Probe will launch this summer to travel through the Sun’s atmosphere, closer to the solar surface than any spacecraft before it, facing brutal heat and radiation – and you can send your name along for the ride. To commemorate humanity’s first visit to our star, we’re inviting you to submit your name to be included on a microchip headed to the Sun aboard Parker Solar Probe. Send your name at! . Deadline: April 27, 2018. s oftheday

71 2 Mar 10, 2018

Clique 2 vezes sobre este video. Deixe seu comentário. Taps two time on the video! Leave your comments. ➡️ ➡️ ➡️ ➡️ Hubble has unveiled in stunning detail a small section of the expanding remains of a massive star that exploded about 8,000 years ago. Called the Veil Nebula, the debris is one of the best-known supernova remnants, deriving its name from its delicate, draped filamentary structures. The entire nebula is 110 light-years across, covering an area equal to six full moons on the sky as seen from Earth, and resides about 2,100 light-years away in the constellation Cygnus, the Swan. This view is a mosaic of six Hubble pictures of a small area roughly two light-years across, covering only a tiny fraction of the nebula’s vast structure. This close-up look unveils wisps of gas, which are all that remain of what was once 20 times more massive than our Sun. The fast-moving blast wave from the ancient explosion is plowing into a wall of cool, denser interstellar gas, emitting light. The nebula lies along the edge of a large bubble of low-density gas that was blown into space by the dying star prior to its self-detonation. Credit: NASA/Hubble s oftheday

48 3 Mar 10, 2018

Taps two time on the video and leave your comments. ➡️ Clique 2 vezes se gostou desta foto e faça seu comentário. ➡️ Galaxy Arp.273 ➡️ ➡️ 📷by: s oftheday

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