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459 6 Jan 17, 2018
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❗️super luner close up❗️ 🔴here is a quick video of a frist quater moon. Hopefully clear sky’s soon so I can get new moon images 🔴 🍂equipment 🍂 ▫️astromaster130eq ▫️I phone 5s ▫️edited in lightroom _awards _of_the_day _of_the_day

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Hahtag #telescope: Witch Head Nebula - IC 2118. I’ve wanted

Witch Head Nebula - IC 2118. I’ve wanted to image this target for way too long. Finally had dark enough skies to do it just and a camera that is great for it. Shot with the QHY128C camera on a Willian Optics GT102 telescope in Marathon, TX at the Marathon Motel and RV Park. nomy photography physics geek nerd head

23177 305 Jan 11, 2018
Hahtag #telescope: This visualization is an excerpt from a longer

This visualization is an excerpt from a longer sequence that explores the Orion Nebula using both visible and infrared light. Two correlated computer models were created based on visible-light observations from the Hubble Space Telescope and infrared-light observations from the Spitzer Space Telescope. As the camera flies into the star-forming region, the sequence cross-fades back and forth between the visible and infrared views. The glowing gaseous landscape has been illuminated and carved by the high-energy radiation and strong stellar winds from the massive hot stars in the central cluster. The infrared observations generally show cooler temperature gas at a deeper layer of the nebula that extends well beyond the visible image. In addition, the infrared showcases many faint stars that shine primarily at longer wavelengths. The higher resolution visible observations show finer details including the wispy bow shocks and tadpole-shaped proplyds. In this manner, the movie illustrates the contrasting features uncovered by multi-wavelength astronomy. Credit: NASA/Hubble 231

222 1 Jan 18, 2018
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took this great photo of this month’s waning crescent with a lot of earth shine. . . . If you too want to be featured here: 1. Use in your caption 2. Tag on your photo >>OR<< 3. DM your post to

129 1 Jan 18, 2018
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❗️waxing crescent moon ❗️ 🌙moon at 2.2% illuminated 🌙 🔴here is a very blurry shot I took of the paper thin waxing crescent moon on my way back from a school trip. I had no telescopes so I had to resort to my I pad zoom and hope for the best 🔴 🍂equipment 🍂 ▫️I pad ▫️edited in lightroom _awards _of_the_day _of_the_day

5 1 Jan 22, 2018

I'm looking at the Sun with my telescope and I just took a video and more images of the beautiful Sun this morning. 🌞🌞🌞☀📷🔭 graphy _exclusive graphy s porn porn photography today photography photography

0 0 Jan 22, 2018

Had a fun night at the last . The was looking really marvelous through the 50 cm RC .

3 0 Jan 22, 2018

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15 4 Jan 22, 2018

My Orion Nebula for the year. One of the brightest Winter objects and you can see it with the naked eye!! today

16 3 Jan 22, 2018

One of the most prominent winter constellations in Wisconsin: Orion ••• Can you find him in this photo? ••• Orion is in Greek Mythology as a hunter. The three stars across the center are said to be his belt and the three little ones on a diagonal below that make up his sword. In Wisconsin, he’s in the Southwestern sky. Try to find him next time you’re looking up at the sky this winter!

1 0 Jan 22, 2018

Hi! Here’s my best picture of this afternoon... I waited a long time to see the Moon, there’s so many clouds and visual pollution that I can’t actually make any picture, and the Moon goes to sleep very soon these days... Hope you’ll enjoy this one! By the way, if you like Night Lapses, go check my YouTube channel! Please subscribe for more!

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Well happy with it now the bottom half’s finished💉 tattoo #2018

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Just being a setting up my mount. Its a clear blue sky so we are gonna check out a telescope

29 0 Jan 22, 2018

. 🔹Hubble’s Cartwheel . 🔹This is an image of the Cartwheel Galaxy taken with the NASA/ESA (European Space Agency) Hubble Space Telescope. . 🔹The object was first spotted on wide-field images from the U.K. Schmidt telescope and then studied in detail using the Anglo-Australian Telescope. . 🔹Lying about 500 million light-years away in the constellation of Sculptor, the cartwheel shape of this galaxy is the result of a violent galactic collision. A smaller galaxy has passed right through a large disk galaxy and produced shock waves that swept up gas and dust — much like the ripples produced when a stone is dropped into a lake — and sparked regions of intense star formation (appearing blue). The outermost ring of the galaxy, which is 1.5 times the size of our Milky Way, marks the shock wave’s leading edge. This object is one of the most dramatic examples of the small class of ring galaxies. . 🔹This image is based on earlier Hubble data of the Cartwheel Galaxy that was reprocessed in 2010, bringing out more detail in the image than seen before. . 🔹Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA Text credit: ESA . x ship craft    

37 0 Jan 22, 2018

Great Collapse The shape of the universe depends on the material density and the dark energy expanding the universe. The universe began to expand very quickly from a singularity 13.8 billion years ago and still continues to expand. If there is little dark energy in the environment and the material density is too much, it is like the surface of space-time-like shape, and after a certain time dark energy loses its efficiency and surrenders mass. Thus the great decline begins, because there is not enough energy left in the middle to expand the universe. It would seem like a big downfall if we could watch the time from Big-bang back up to the initial singularity. Because the matter stood closer to each other, the galaxies continued to collide, heat up, and space-time twisted under the influence of intensity. And eventually we'd be back in the loop. However, if the universe we now live in is a major collapse of the previous universe, here is a cyclical event, and before that we can say that the infinite number of universes exist and disappear. Nevertheless, it ceases to be a temodynamic supremacy; this model of the universe contradicts my second law. Thus, the cyclic model of the universe can be lifted a little bit.  

25 0 Jan 22, 2018

22.1.2018 Moon 27% of full. Czech Republic photo photography tars pace martphone 7edge 4like

35 0 Jan 22, 2018

کویر خیلی خوب بود . برید حتما . تا حالا انقدر ستاره ندیده بودم . پ ن : خواستم از آسمون شب عکس بندازم ستاره ها معلوم نشد 😥 (عکس سومی) دوربین خفن می خواد ... ولی بجاش براتون از اینترنت دان کردم (عکس چهارمی)😅😅😅 . ولی خدایی خیلی خفن بود تو اردر عکس چهارمی . پ ن ۲ : آیدی همرو نداشتم تگ کنم 😓 ناراحت نشید . جای اونایی که نبودن هم خالی . 4like 4follow forlike forfollow s

64 7 Jan 22, 2018

‪Have you ever been to an observatory? What is the biggest telescope that you have ever seen? Every year I have the opportunity to bring my astronomy year students from to the Teide Observatory in Tenerife (Canary Islands, Spain) run by , to use the IAC80 (featured in the image, 80cm diameter) and the Carlos Sanchez (1.5m diameter) telescopes for their final year projects. Some of the images that you can see in my profile (M1, M51, M88, M96, M99, Arp271...) were taken with the IAC80 telescope. This March we'll go again to enjoy the amazing skies that the observatory offers.‬ I will be doing some live stream over there as well as multiple stories. ‪.‬ . . today photography _photography_ nomy _astrophotography observatory worldclub_astrophotography

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Фотография летнего вечера в Прибалтике и на северо-западе России от космонавта Павла Виноградова art

12 0 Jan 22, 2018

Millions AND billions! This enormous galaxy cluster, seen by our Hubble Space Telescope ( ), contains the mass of a staggering three million billion suns! Nicknamed “El Gordo” (“the Fat One” in Spanish), it is the largest, hottest and brightest X-ray galaxy ever discovered in the distant Universe. Galaxy clusters are the largest objects in the Universe that are bound together by gravity. They form over billions of years as smaller groups of galaxies slowly come together. In 2012, observations showed that El Gordo is actually composed of two galaxy clusters colliding at millions of kilometers per hour. The formation of galaxy clusters depends heavily on dark matter and dark energy; studying such clusters can therefore help shed light on these elusive phenomena. In 2014, Hubble found that most of El Gordo’s mass is concealed in the form of dark matter. Evidence suggests that El Gordo’s “normal” matter — largely composed of hot gas that is bright in the X-ray wavelength domain — is being torn from the dark matter in the collision. The hot gas is slowing down, while the dark matter is not. Credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, RELICS cluster

18 0 Jan 22, 2018

The MoOn. Capture this on 21/1 UTC 20:00. Canon 80D, Meade Telescope. - - graphy 80d telescope s photo photography

21 0 Jan 22, 2018

The MoOn at daytime. Capture this on 21/1 UTC 13:00. Canon 80D, Meade Telescope. - - graphy 80d telescope s photo photography

55 0 Jan 22, 2018

🌎 Que tipo de nuvem é essa? Um tipo chamado "nuvem de rolo". 🌠 Essas raras nuvens longas podem se formar perto das frentes frias. 🌠 Em particular, uma frente de tempestade que avança, pode fazer com que o ar quente úmido se eleve, esfrie abaixo do seu ponto de orvalho e assim forme uma nuvem. 🌠 Quando isso acontece uniformemente ao longo de uma frente estendida, uma nuvem de rolagem pode se formar. 🌠 A foto é de 2009, em janeiro, acima da Praia Las Olas em Maldonado, no Uruguai. 😉 Créditos: Apod/Daniela Mirner Eberl -------------------------------------------------- za 🍃 stuff

13 0 Jan 22, 2018

Here's another of our brand new constellations based on inspirational people - this time Malala Yousafzai. Visible from February in a NNW direction in the Northern Hemisphere, the constellation makes the shape of a book. In a campaign to get more young people interested in the universe, The Big Bang Fair has partnered with astronomers at University of Birmingham to create ‘Look Up To The Stars’: a new set of constellations representing icons from sport, entertainment, science and activism that children are inspired by today. There are new star constellations based on JK Rowling, Usain Bolt, Malala Yousafzai, Sir David Attenborough and Mo Farah – among others. atnight

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Nachtaufnahme des Radioteleskop Effelsberg. Mit 100m Durchmesser das größte Radioteleskop deutschlands und das zweitgrößte der Welt. Mehr Fotos meiner Bachelorarbeit „Sternwarten in Deutschland„ auf meiner Website /// photography lovers photography nomy physics nomical nomicalobservatory cam

38 1 Jan 22, 2018

I took these photos back in 2010. I didn’t know much about photography or astronomy but I was able to capture these images. Took these with the moon out in NYC so you know this was not an easy task. . . . . Camera: 📷 Sony alpha A300 Telescope: 🔭 Orion SkyQuest XT6 Dobsonion classic. With 9mm eyepiece. . . . s sky gazing

14 1 Jan 22, 2018

Ma fille, craintive, me montrant la chambre de son frère: "maman, bébête!" . Euhhhh 😂🤣😂😃😂.

40 1 Jan 22, 2018

I still can't get over how adorable and pretty this telescope necklace that came in 's Book of Dust box 💛. • • • stagram andjewelry nerd lover chachos ishallure ishfeatures pages photography featurepage stagram feature ishmerchfeatures stack

47 1 Jan 22, 2018

If I were a star that were coming to an end, I'd want to be the one that exploded in to a giant jellyfish in the sky. . 656nm+/-2nm 600s/exp ASI 1600mm 80mm f/6 telescope w/0.8 FR/FF modified Celestron AVX . lovers porn sky photography 1600mm 1600 443 nebula 80edt

6 0 Jan 22, 2018

Ikan Mas Koki (Paket 5 Ekor) Demekin / Telescope Size +/- 15 Cm . Age : 6 month Price : 350k Status : For Sale . * Minimal order 2 Ekor. * Harga blm termasuk OngKir. * Pembayaran via transfer Bank BCA. * COD hanya untuk wilayah Kota Tangerang. * Ongkos kirim wilayah Tangerang Rp. 50.000,-. * Ongkos kirim wilayah Jakarta Rp. 100.000,-. . murah store indonesia ofinstagram

30 1 Jan 22, 2018

🔭 Astronomers operating the Very Large Telescope in Chile recently noticed an oddball star jerking back and forth, seemingly in orbit around an invisible object. • On closer inspection, they discovered that the star was orbiting a black hole four times the mass of the sun! • The singularity, which is buried within a giant cluster containing thousands of stars, marks the first time astronomers have detected a black hole with the help of an orbiting star. ➖🚀➖🛰➖☇➖🔭➖💻➖🔬➖🔧➖🌎➖📐➖💊➖ nology nation x

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Orion Nebula M42 & The Running Man Nebula Taken december 2017/January 2018 in Cathedral City, CA 90/500 Refractor Canon 650d cooled full spectrum mod Baader Semi-apo filter Cls ccd filter Celestron AVX Mount 7 Hour total Exposure time 3 hours on the core, 4 hours on the rest Stacked in DSS, edited in CS6 valley 42 _universe 650d _ca life _ _nightphotography _liveshere

16 0 Jan 22, 2018

¿Qué tal esta maravilla de ? El espacial se puso en el 24 de abril de 1990 por la y la Agencia Espacial Europea. Gracias a las imágenes recopiladas, los científicos han replanteado teorías sobre la edad del . El lanzamiento del sucesor de este telescopio (Telescopio Espacial James Webb) está programado para el 2019, o sea ya merito. Tiempo de ensamble: 1 hora 30 minutos ☝🏽🤓👨🏽‍🚀🚀🛰 telescope junkie

84 1 Jan 22, 2018

The street art throughout Glasgow was pretty incredible! . .

12 0 Jan 22, 2018

月齢5 の月面。 直焦点撮影 2018/01/22 19:19 D 60mm,F 1000mm ISO 250,SS 0.4sec,AWB 70

17 1 Jan 22, 2018

OCAM² is a high-end scientific camera combining extreme sensitivity and ultra high speed : 2067 FPS for a subelectron readout noise. Dedicated to Adaptive Optics in Astronomy, OCAM² is also used in Space debris tracking, Microscopy, Speckle Interferometry, Secure Laser Communication, Long Range surveillance and tracking.

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В 2011-м FR24 еще не покрывал Россию, поэтому отслеживать борта на эшелонах можно было, только слушая переговоры по радио. По какой-то причине этот борт я не услышал, может, позывной был не знаком. Но я его вовремя заметил и успел отснять. Боинг 747-200F Atlas Air N517MC, 24 апреля 2011г. In 2011 FR24 was still not covering Russia. The only way to track airplanes in cruise was listening to the ATC communications. For some reason I did not hear this one, probably the callsign was unfamiliar to me. However I managed to see it right in time and took several photos. Atlas Air Boeing 747-200F N517MC, 24-Apr-2011. spotting lovers photography everywhere _is_our_life _pictures photographs photo  spotting spotting 747 517MC

39 0 Jan 22, 2018

During a total lunar eclipse, the moon often appears to be a bright hue of red/orange which is also known as 'Blood Moon'. The reason that the moon can be seen at all during totality is that sunlight is scattered and refracted around the edge of the Earth by our atmosphere. If an astronaut were standing on the moon's surface during totality, the sun would be hidden behind a dark Earth. The planet would appear roughly four times larger than the sun and would be rimmed by a brilliant, reddish ring of all the world's sunrises and sunsets. Want to watch the moon in its brilliant hues and shades ? Then join for 'Blue Super Moon and Total Lunar Eclipse' on 31st January ! DM for details ! diaries events gram pune

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