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49 years ago today that the Eagle landed on the Moon.
The photograph is from this Easter. 🌒🌓🌔🌕🌖🌗🌘
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#theeaglehaslanded #neilarmstrong
#buzzaldrin #michaelcollins #moonphotography #NikonD5000
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Easter Monday Moon! (And the branches in front of it). Easter is always the Sunday after the first full moon of (northern hemisphere) spring = first full moon after the vernal equinox on. We took this image yesterday, on Easter Monday.
The full moon, called the Paschal moon, was on Saturday. (Paschal derived from pesach/passover). That's why Easter, as opposed to eg Christmas, falls on different dates each year.
#Fullmoon #BlueMoon #EasterMoon #Moonday #EasterMonday #astrophotography #yourESA


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The North America Nebula NGC 7000 and Pelican Nebula IC 5070/5067, 13/07/2018.
Equipment:
-Samyang 135/2.0 ED lens
-Canon 550Da camera
-Sky-Watcher Adventurer mount.
34 frames per 60s, ISO 400.
Russia, village Supseh.
Processed by @azovastronomy
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22:51 CEST 18/07, SATURN session.
832 frame processed with Lynkeos.
Distance: 1366 Million KM
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832 frame / 32s / 7mm & 2× Barlow / @celestronuniverse NexYZ
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m20 -Trifid nebula
This is a very interesting nebula located in the Sagittarius. The bottom of the nebula is an emission nebula. Its colour is then mostly red (from the H alpha). But the top of the nebula is a reflection nebula (the blue part). Meaning it does not emit light at particular wavelengths but it reflects the light from the surrounding stars (like the Pleiades for example ). I took this picture on my first trip to the Saint Veran observatory last year. A lot of work has to be done to the telescope before we could use it. We lost about two nights of clear sky. The third night every thing was almost ready and we tested the focus, filter wheel and autoguiding system on this nebula. There are only 40 minutes (8x300") in Ha and 40 minutes in blue. The processing is a mix of the two creating a HBB color pallet. The telescope was an astrosib RC 500/4000 on an AP1600 with a apogee Alta U16M under a perfect sky ! What a pleasure to use when it's fixed! :D

#astrophotography #deepskyphotography #deepsky #nebula #m20 #trifid #amateur #observatory #telescope #stars #night #youresa #esa #nasa #space #cosmos #fantastic_universe #astro_photography_ @universetoday #universetoday @universe_dope


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ISS, Mars ve Samanyolu bir fotoğrafta buluştu. 🛰️✨🌌 Composite image of ISS, Mars & Milky Way 📸


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In view of the lunar eclipse next week (27 July), here's a #throwback to the Super Blue Blood Moon earlier this year.
The reddish tint of the moon is caused by light refracting through the earth's atmosphere and illuminating the parts of the moon in earth's shadow. Whilst on photo the moon might not seem dim, it does become noticeably darker during totality requiring much longer shutter speeds. Good luck to everyone trying to catch next week's eclipse, it will visible from parts of Australia, Asia, Africa, Europe, and South America!

31/01/2018
Celestron C8
Nikon D5500
2s, ISO400
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A closeup of the Moon’s Southern region from last night - 19/07/18
Celestron 6SE, ZWO ASI120MC
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Other part of the moon crater 🌓🔭
Sorry, I don’t know what the name of this crater.. 🙃👽👾 Equipment
Celestron C6 + 2x barlow
Camera: asi224mc
Rec: 150sec
60% fine frames stacked in AS!2 and processed in Registax 6 and adobe photoshop.

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The Milky Way dominating the starry sky over the @iac_astrofisica observatory in Tenerife. With the nights here in Dublin getting darker, the Milky Way season is back for a few weeks. Hopefully the weather will clear a few nights. I hope you like this shot.
@canonespana 80D camera and @samyanglensglobal 14mm lens f2.8 ISO 6400
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This is m25, another open cluster that is also found in the constellation of Sagittarius. It is about 2000 light years away and 20 light years across.
Number of pictures stacked: 5 lights, 5 darks
ISO: 1600
Exposure: 4 seconds per picture
Telescope: 70mm APO Triplet Stellarvue Refractor with AVX Celestron mount
Camera: Canon T6 Rebel, RAW mode
Stacked with: deepskystacker
Processed with: Photoshop express
Date taken: July 7th, 2018
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This is m24, the Sagittarius Star Cloud. It is an open cluster of many stars. These stars are about 12000 to 16000 light years away.
Number of pictures stacked: 5 lights, 5 darks
ISO: 1600
Exposure: 4 seconds per picture
Telescope: 70mm APO Triplet Stellarvue Refractor with AVX Celestron mount
Camera: Canon T6 Rebel, RAW mode
Stacked with: deepskystacker
Processed with: Photoshop express
Date taken: July 7th, 2018
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Waxing Gibbous from 22nd May 🌓 57.4% illuminated
Canon EOS760D
Tamron 150-600mm
22.5.18, 20:43pm
1/320 sec, f/7.1 ISO 200
FL 600mm
One shot edited in lightroom app
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Rise of the Milky Way core and Mars, which is uber bright in the eastern sky an hour or so after sunset. Sadly, light pollution from NYC dominates low on the horizon, even though the city is a two drive south from here....a bane of modern living.
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Horsehead and Flame Nebula! .

The Horsehead Nebula is one of the most famous nebulae on the sky. The horse-head feature is dark because it is really an opaque dust cloud that lies in front of the bright red emission nebula. Like clouds in Earth's atmosphere, this cosmic cloud has assumed a recognizable shape by chance. After many thousands of years, the internal motions of the cloud will surely alter its appearance. .
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These photons travelled 1,505,694,634km from the Sun, bounced back off this beautiful planet, then travelled another 1,364,537,298km to reach my telescope in London. I walked 14km today and I’m quite tired. Perspective.

Equipment used: @celestronuniverse C6 telescope with ZWO ASI120MC camera and Celestron X-CEL lx 2x Barlow. 10% of around 10,000 frames stacked in Autostakkert, wavelets edited in Registax, finished in Snapseed.
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Netuno

PT- Brasil / EN- English

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✓ Português • •Em 1989, a sonda Voyager voou pertinho de Netuno, enviando para nós imagens sem precedentes do planeta gasoso com seu azul deslumbrante. E, como não há nenhuma nave passando perto do planeta no momento para fazer um novo registro, o pessoal do ESO (Observatório Europeu do Sul) decidiu atualizar o Very Large Telescope (VLT) para que o equipamento conseguisse fotografar Netuno a uma distância de 4,6 bilhões de quilômetros.

O resultado impressiona: o VLT conseguiu registrar uma foto do planeta tão nítida quanto às obtidas pelo telescópio espacial Hubble, que orbita a Terra; o VLT fica posicionado no solo do planeta.

O VLT, na verdade, é composto por quatro telescópios com espelhos de 8,2 metros cada, tudo isso no deserto do Atacama, no Chile
A nova observação foi feita com tecnologia de tomografia a laser, uma adaptação óptica de uma unidade que funciona em conjunto com o MUSE, instrumento de espectografia. Ainda, o VLT tem um recurso que corrige as distorções na imagem causadas pela nossa atmosfera, podendo, portanto, capturar uma imagem tão nítida quanto à do Hubble.A partir de agora, os especialistas do ESO continuarão usando o VLT atualizado para fotografar outros planetas e objetos do Sistema Solar, mostrando o poder de fogo de seu equipamento.

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Fabra Observatory. Visiting Barcelona for a European meeting and the evening was spent here. Amazing view of an amazing city. #astronomy #history #moon #frabra #observatory #telescope #youresa


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This is a stacked image of m6. It is an open cluster in the constellation of Scorpius. It is also known as the Butterfly Cluster. There are about 80 stars in the cluster.
Number of pictures stacked: 5 lights, 5 darks
ISO: 1600
Exposure: 4 seconds per picture
Telescope: 70mm APO Triplet Stellarvue Refractor with AVX Celestron mount
Camera: Canon T6 Rebel, RAW mode
Stacked with: deepskystacker
Processed with: Photoshop express
Date taken: July 7th, 2018
#astronomy #astro #photo #photography #astrophotography #nightphotography #canoncamera #space #science #messier6 #messier #opencluster #butterflycluster #stars #constellations #stellarvuetelescope #telescopes #deepskystacker #yourESA #astrography__ #astronomus #ig_astrophotography #explorers_hub


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Venerdi 27Luglio


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Acarlar Longozu üzerinde Samanyolu 🌲🌲🌲🌌🌌🌌 Milkyway over Karasu / Turkey
Canon 80d, Tokina 11mm dx II , f3.5, Iso 2000, 25”
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The sun setting over Dublin city. I love Killiney Hill park in Dublin! What an incredible way to finish a day. ‪Cycling a total of 30 km to see this unfolding was 100% worth it.‬
@canonuk 80D with @tamronusa 70-300mm lens
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M16: The Eagle Nebula of Serpens, with the famous Pillars of Creation
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First time capturing this one, though it’s been on the list for a long time. It was amazing when the first image came in to see the nebula take form!
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Orion SkyView Pro 8” Reflector
Canon Rebel T5i
30x30 sec exposure @ ISO 1600
Stacked and processed via Nebulosity4


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The most scrutinized and photographed stellar nursery in the night sky, the Orion Nebula is currently in the process of condensing into stars and planets. Image by @bosplanet Thanks Bill Synder

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Geçen aydan bir fotoğraf..
26.06.2018


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This is m18. It is an open cluster in the constellation of Sagittarius. It is about 4900 light years away and 17 light years across. It is situated directly between the swan nebula, m17, and the sagittarius star cloud, m24
Number of pictures stacked: 5 lights, 5 darks
ISO: 1600
Exposure: 4 seconds per picture
Telescope: 70mm APO Triplet Stellarvue Refractor with AVX Celestron mount
Camera: Canon T6 Rebel, RAW mode
Stacked with: deepskystacker
Processed with: Photoshop express
Date taken: July 7th, 2018
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The Eagle Nebula again! This time with more exposure, visible light and h-alpha from last week merged !
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Lagoon Nebula - Messier 8

This emission nebula, a huge stellar nursery, is located in the constellation of Sagittarius at 5000 light years away.
Exposure time:
Luminance - 3h (60x180s)
RGB - 40min per filter (20x120s)

Telescope: TS80 Triplet Apo
Camera: ASI183MM Pro
Filters: Baader LRGB
Mount: NEQ6 PRO II Modified ----------------------------------------------------------------- #astrophotooftheday #astronomy #astronomia #astrophotography #space #cosmos #universe #lagoon #nebula #color #stars #deepsky #longexposure #ig_astrophotography #universetoday #youresa #camera #telescope #nightsky #science


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Last night catching you in the sky, in my dreams.


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Horsehead and Flame Nebula! .

The Horsehead Nebula is one of the most famous nebulae on the sky. The horse-head feature is dark because it is really an opaque dust cloud that lies in front of the bright red emission nebula. Like clouds in Earth's atmosphere, this cosmic cloud has assumed a recognizable shape by chance. After many thousands of years, the internal motions of the cloud will surely alter its appearance. .
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Tonight's 40.4% illumination Moon
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Waiting for the lunar eclipse, I post this photo taken yesterday in an isolated field devoid of light pollution.
Illumination: 40.4%
Distance from the Earth: 378.531 KM
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I hope to have forever to spend this life, no...all future lives, right here in this world with you.


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#igworldclub_astrophotography #ig_astrophotography #youresa #deepspace #deepsky #universetoday #ngc7000 looks almost like an angry skull who wanted to eat a Pelikan. Or is it #realdonaltrump against the rest of the world? You decide


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Image Copyright: Image Credit: NASA, JPL-Caltech, UCLA, MPS/DLR/IDA
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Cerealia Facula
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Cerealia Facula, also known as the brightest spot on Ceres, is shown in this stunning mosaic close-up view. The high-resolution image data was recorded by the Dawn spacecraft, in a looping orbit, from altitudes as low as 34 kilometers (21 miles) above thedwarf planet's surface. Cerealia Facula is about 15 kilometers wide, found in the center of 90 kilometer diameter Occator crater. Like the other bright spots (faculae) scattered around Ceres, Cerealia Facula is not ice, but an exposed salty residue with a reflectivity like dirty snow. The residue is thought to be mostly sodium carbonate and ammonium chloride from a slushy brine within or below the dwarf planet's crust. Driven by advanced ion propulsion on an 11-year mission, Dawn explored main-belt asteriod Vesta before traveling on to Ceres. But sometime between this August and October, the interplanetary spacecraft is expected to finally run out of fuel for its hydrazine thrusters, with the subsequent loss of control of its orientation, losing power and the ability to communicate with Earth. Meanwhile Dawn will continue to explore Ceres in unprecedented detail, and ultimately retire in its orbit around the small world.
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Image Credit & Copyright: James W. Young
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Moon and Venus over Cannon Beach
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What's that spot next to the Moon? Venus. Two days ago, the crescent Moon slowly drifted past Venus, appearing within just two degrees at its closest. This conjunction, though, was just one of several photographic adventures for our Moon this month (moon-th), because, for one, a partial solar eclipse occurred just a few days before, on July 12. Currently, the Moon appears to be brightening, as seen from the Earth, as the fraction of its face illuminated by the Sun continues to increase. In a few days, the Moon will appear more than half full, and therefore be in its gibbous phase. Next week the face of the Moon that always faces the Earth will become, as viewed from the Earth, completely illuminated by the Sun. Even this full phase will bring an adventure, though, as a total eclipse of this Thunder Moon will occur on July 27. Don't worry about our Lunagetting tired, though, because she'll be new again next month (moon-th) -- August 11 to be exact -- just as she causes another partial eclipse of the Sun. Pictured, Venus and the Moon were captured from Cannon Beach above a rock formation off the Oregon (USA) coast known as the Needles. About an hour after this image was taken, the spin of the Earth caused both Venus and the Moon to set.
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Image Credit: Hubble, Large Binocular Telescope, Subaru Telescope; Composition & Copyright: Robert Gendler
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Rings Around the Ring Nebula
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There is much more to the familiar Ring Nebula (M57), however, than can be seen through a small telescope. The easily visible central ring is about one light-year across, butthis remarkably deep exposure - a collaborative effort combining data from three different large telescopes - explores the looping filaments of glowing gas extending much farther from the nebula's central star. This remarkable composite image includes narrowband hydrogen image, visible light emission, and infrared light emission. Of course, in this well-studied example of a planetary nebula, the glowing material does not come from planets. Instead, the gaseous shroud represents outer layers expelled from a dying, sun-like star. The Ring Nebula is about 2,000 light-years away toward the musical constellation Lyra.
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Image Credit & Copyright: Padraic Koen, Adelaide, South Australia
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A Nibble on the Sun
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The smallest of the three partial solar eclipses during 2018 was just yesterday, Friday, July 13. It was mostly visible over the open ocean between Australia and Antarctica. Still, this video frame of a tiny nibble on the Sun was captured through a hydrogen-alpha filter from Port Elliott, South Australia, during the maximum eclipse visible from that location. There, the New Moon covered about 0.16 percent of the solar disk. The greatest eclipse, about one-third of the Sun's diameter blocked by the New Moon, could be seen from East Antarctica near Peterson Bank, where the local emperor penguin colony likely had the best view. During this prolific eclipse season, the coming Full Moon will bring a total lunar eclipse on July 27, followed by yet another partial solar eclipse at the next New Moon on August 11.
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Image Credit: NASA
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Jamming with the 'Spiders' from Mars
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This image from NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, acquired May 13, 2018 during winter at the South Pole of Mars, shows a carbon dioxide ice cap covering the region and as the sun returns in the spring, "spiders" begin to emerge from the landscape.
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But these aren't actual spiders. Called "araneiform terrain," describes the spider-like radiating mounds that form when carbon dioxide ice below the surface heats up and releases. This is an active seasonal processnot seen on Earth. Like dry ice on Earth, the carbon dioxide ice on Mars sublimates as it warms (changes from solid to gas) and the gas becomes trapped below the surface.

Over time the trapped carbon dioxide gas builds in pressure and is eventually strong enough to break through the ice as a jet that erupts dust. The gas is released into the atmosphere and darker dust may be deposited around the vent or transported by winds to produce streaks. The loss of the sublimated carbon dioxide leaves behind these spider-like features etched into the surface.
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The University of Arizona, Tucson, operates HiRISE, which was built by Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp., Boulder, Colorado. NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, a division of Caltech in Pasadena, California, manages the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Project for NASA's Science Mission Directorate, Washington. .
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Image Credit & Copyright: Miles Lucas at Ne
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Star Trails and the Bracewell Radio Sundial
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Sundials use the location of a shadow to measure the Earth's rotation and indicate the time of day. So it's fitting that this sundial, at the Very Large Array Radio Telescope Observatory in New Mexico, commemorates the history of radio astronomy and radio astronomy pioneer Ronald Bracewell. The radio sundial was constructed using pieces of a solar mapping radio telescope array that Bracewell orginaly built near the Stanford University campus. Bracewell's array was used to contribute data to plan the first Moon landing, its pillars signed by visiting scientists and radio astronomers, including two Nobel prize winners. As for most sundials the shadow cast by the central gnomon follows markers that show the solar time of day, along with solstices and equinoxes. But markers on the radio sundial are also laid out according to local sidereal time. They show the position of the invisible radio shadows of three bright radio sources in Earth's sky, supernova remnant Cassiopeia A, active galaxy Cygnus A, and active galaxy Centaurus A. Sidereal time is just star time, the Earth's rotation as measured with the stars and distant galaxies. That rotation is reflected in this composited hour-long exposure. Above the Bracewell Radio Sundial, the stars trace concentric trails around the north celestial pole.
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Image Credit & Copyright: CEDIC Team at Chilescope, Processing - Bernhard Hubl
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Centaurus A
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Only 11 million light-years away, Centaurus A is the closest active galaxy to planet Earth. Spanning over 60,000 light-years, the peculiar elliptical galaxy also known as NGC 5128, is featured in this sharp telescopic view.Centaurus A is apparently the result of acollision of two otherwise normal galaxies resulting in a fantastic jumble of star clusters and imposing dark dust lanes. Near thegalaxy's center, left over cosmic debris is steadily being consumed by a central black hole with a billion times the mass of the Sun.As in other active galaxies, that process likely generates the radio, X-ray, and gamma-ray energy radiated by Centaurus A.
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Image Copyright: Image Credit: Hubble,NASA, ESA; Processing & License: Judy Schmidt
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Symbiotic R Aquarii
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You can see it change in brightness with just binoculars over the course of a year. Variable star R Aquarii is actually an interacting binary star system, two stars that seem to have aclose, symbiotic relationship. About 710 light years away, this intriguing system consists of a cool red giant star and hot, dense white dwarf star in mutual orbit around their common center of mass. The binary system's visible light is dominated by the red giant, itself a Mira-type long period variable star. But material in the cool giant star's extended envelope is pulled by gravity onto the surface of the smaller, denser white dwarf, eventually triggering a thermonuclear explosion and blasting material into space. The featured image from the Hubble Space Telescope shows the still-expanding ring of debris which spans less than a light year and originated from a blast that would have been seen in the early 1770s. The evolution of less understood energetic events producing high energy emission in the R Aquarii system has been monitored since 2000 using Chandra X-ray Observatory data.
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Image Credit: NASA
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A Closer View of the Moon
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Posted to Twitter by @Astro_Alex, European Space Agency astronaut Alexander Gerst, this image shows our planet's Moon as seen from the International Space Station. As he said in the tweet, "By orbiting the Earth almost 16 times per day, the #iss crew travel the distance to the Moon and back – every day. #Horizons"
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The International Space Station is the world's only orbital laboratory. An international partnership of space agencies provides and operates the elements of the station. The principals are the space agencies of the United States, Russia, Europe, Japan and Canada.
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Image Credit & Copyright: John Chumack
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Road to Mars
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What's that light at the end of the road? Mars. This is a good month to point out Mars to your friends and family because our neighboring planet will not only be itsbrightest in 15 years, it will be visible for much of night. During this month, Mars will be about 180 degrees around from the Sun, and near the closest it ever gets to planet Earth. In terms of orbits, Mars is also nearing the closest point to the Sun in its elliptical orbit, just as Earth moves nearly between it and the Sun -- an alignment known asperihelic opposition. In terms of viewing, orange Mars will rise in the east just as the Sun sets in the west, on the opposite side of the sky. Mars will climb in the sky during the night, reach its highest near midnight, and then set in the west just as the Sun begins to rise in the east. The red planet was captured setting beyond a stretch of road in Arches National Park in mid-May near Moab, Utah,USA.
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Image Credit: NASA, ESA, Hubble, HLA;Processing & Copyright: Domingo Pestana &Raul Villaverde
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The Extraordinary Spiral in LL Pegasi
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What created the strange spiral structure on the upper left? No one is sure, although it is likely related to a star in a binary star system entering the planetary nebula phase, when its outer atmosphere is ejected. The huge spiralspans about a third of a light year across and, winding four or five complete turns, has a regularity that is without precedent. Given the expansion rate of the spiral gas, a new layer must appear about every 800 years, a close match to the time it takes for the two stars to orbit each other. The star system that created it is most commonly known as LL Pegasi, but also AFGL 3068. The unusual structure itself has been cataloged as IRAS 23166+1655. The featured image was taken in near-infrared light by the Hubble Space Telescope. Why the spiral glows is itself a mystery, with a leading hypothesis being illumination by light reflected from nearby stars.
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#igworldclub_astrophotography #ig_astrophotography #youresa #deepspace #deepsky #universetoday #ngc7000 in #narrowband, 3x600sec h-alpha, oiii and sii in bubble palette. The clouds came in too early. ZWO ASI 1600mmc Pro, PHD, DSS and Photoshop. Leica R Apo Telyt 3,5/180mm


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The photo shows a single shot made with a tracking mount of the entire Andromeda constellation rising above a puddle of acid water from Achada do Gamo. Andromeda Galaxy M31 stands very well visible and aligned between two chimneys from the century old mine of São Domingos, in @darkskyalqueva – Mértola, highlighted against a faint greenish background from a thin band of airglow. With approximately 4 times the angular size of the full moon as seen from Earth, the great spiral galaxy Andromeda is at a mere 2.5 million light-years distant from us, being the closest large spiral to our own Milky Way. In really dark places we can clearly distinguish this naked eye galaxy, but how to find it?
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Swipe right to see the annotated version that also shows galaxy M33 and the well known double cluster in Perseus.
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Photo by @miguel_claro
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In the left top corner of this abstract shot, we could find in the arms of a dead tree, a sleepy sparrow, the perfect model for a night long exposure shot or a startrail sequence. Below right, the great trail with a “comet shape” isn´t from the ISON, but actually the path of the moon against a starry sky. As it goes down, the brightness drops below and the color of the moon stays more yellow and near the horizon, can even reach a red tone. At right, the strange white shape, is from a awning of the Monte Falperras rural hotel, in Mourão, one of the great places to rest in the @darkskyalqueva Reserve, in Portugal.
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Messier 31 (and the dwarf galaxies messier 32 and messier 110) capture done with an old 200mm manual tracking.
still need work on this a little more (but time is something I don't have lately haha) after the holidays hopefully I'm going to do something about it :) Clear skies everyone :) #astronomy #space #milkyway #stars #youresa #longexposure #universetoday #universe #m31 #m32 #m110 #andromeda #galaxy #stargazing #milkywaychasers #night


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The Milky Way contains over 200 billion stars, and enough dust and gas to make billions more.

The solar system lies about 30,000 light-years from the galactic center, and about 20 light-years above the plane of the galaxy.

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Tonight’s 1st Quarter Moon after @Bosplanet broadcast. Capture was done with a  @canonusa t6s camera body. @meadeinstruments 130 mm refractor series 6000
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40 images. Imported to Lightroom. Cropped and removed chromatic aberration. All images selected. Right click —> Edit in: open as layers in Photoshop. In photoshop: Edit—> autoalign layers (remove vignetting and distortion correction checked), select all layers, convert to smart object —> Smart object —> stack mode: Mean. Increased saturation, vibrance, and sharpness.
Settings of each image: ISO 100 / f/7.0 / 910 mm / 1/125 s 
43% illumination fraction. 
Distance from Earth during this capture: 374,633 Km. 7 days old Moon. 
Capture time/date: 7/18/2018 at 9:30 pm. 
IG followers: 3994

The second capture is an HDR. (different exposures were selected and HDR merged in Adobe Lightroom)
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05.07.2018 akşamı.. Erciyes’te gökyüzü


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✓ Português • • Nebulosa de Hélix, também conhecida como Nebulosa da Hélice, A Hélix ou NGC 7293 é uma nebulosa planetária localizada na constelação de Aquarius (ou Aquário). Descoberta por Karl Ludwig Harding, provavelmente antes de 1824, essa nebulosa é uma das mais próximas da Terra. Sua distância da Terra é de aproximadamente 700 anos-luz (215 parsec). Ela é muito parecida com a nebulosa do anel, e têm tamanho, idade e características físicas parecidos à nebulosa do Haltere, sendo diferentes apenas em suas proximidades e aparência de um ângulo equatorial. A nebulosa de Hélix já foi chamada várias vezes de Olho de Deus.
Durante a chuva de meteoros Leônidas em novembro de 2002, os controladores viraram o Hubble para protegê-lo por cerca de meio dia. Felizmente, a Nebulosa Hélix estava quase que exatamente na direção oposta à chuva de meteoros, assim o Hubble pôde fotografar a nebulosa.
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• The Helix Nebula, also known as the Helix Nebula, is a planetary nebula located in the constellation Aquarius.

Discovered by Karl Ludwig Harding, probably before 1824, this nebula is one of the closest to Earth. Its distance from Earth is approximately 700 light-years (215 parsec). It is very similar to the ring nebula, and has size, age and physical characteristics similar to the dumbbell nebula, being different only in its vicinity and appearance of an equatorial angle. The Hélix nebula has been called the Eye of God several times.
During the Leonid meteor shower in November 2002, the controllers turned to Hubble to protect it for about half a day. Fortunately, the Hélix Nebula was almost exactly in the opposite direction of the meteor shower, so Hubble was able to photograph the nebula.
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