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I didn't take this picture but it shows the Pleiades, the oldest constellation known to man, covered in cirrus- galactic dust. Dust is under appreciated. Dust is beautiful.
The Cygnus Milky Way region - my first stacked astrophoto
Giant Squid in the Flying Bat
What is this? Maybe a noctilucent cloud? July 10th, Rias Baixas, Galicia , Spain
Looking Through the Darkness Image processing reveals new details on Pluto's dark side!
Eagle Aurora Over Norway
Unexpected giant glowing halos discovered around distant quasars
Young Stellar System Caught in Act of Forming Close Multiples
Academics in the Astronomy and Astrophysics fields significantly trend toward liberal political views accoring to the journal Nature
Caught a plane while shooting the Full Moon on Oct 16
NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) satellite -Extreme Solar Eruption Caught On Camera- live now
NGC 7662 – The Blue Snowball Nebula in Andromeda
Carl Sagan on Extraterrestrials | Blank on Blank | PBS Digital Studios
Oct 25th: Gravitational Waves
New Bright Nova in Sagittarius
What's Up with 'Niku'? Object's Weird Orbit Puzzles Scientists
Could an Astronaut's Corpse Bring New Life to Another World? Three scientists (a Nobel-winning geneticist, a chemist, and a microbial biologist) agree that a corpse could indeed seed life across the cosmos in two distinct ways.
Clouds Near Jupiter's South Pole from Juno
Those cloud cams sure do catch a lot of stars.
Red Dwarfs: Oldest Known Circumstellar Disk
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Another Attempt at Andromeda (M31)
The ExoPlanet Count is Likely to Reach Trillions
The Andromeda Galaxy (M31)
The Pleiades (M45)
The Nebulas in Orion
Hints ot the Higgs
Earth HiRes Animation from Nasa
The World Would Be A Better Place If Everyone Watched This Video At Least Once!
The Journey Home. More stunning HD Footage from Nasa...
Amazing High Def Video of Jupiter
Full Funding Secured for James Webb Space Telescope!
Save The James Webb Space Telescope Petition
The Nature of Reality ~ Do We Live in Eight Dimensional Phase Space
Juno Launch Update
More Water Evidence Adds to Intrigue Surrounding Mars
Hubble Continues to Amaze with new Pluto Moon Discovery
Is the James Webb Space Telescope Worth It
JWST Program Status July 2011
Dawn Enters Vesta Orbit
Hail to the King ~ Juno, Jupiter and origins of the Solar System
Free NASA Android App
Happy Birthday Neptune
M51 Supernova SN2011dh
M51 And UFOs
NASA Human Space Flight Strategy
Last Flight of the Space Shuttle
Proposed Cancellation of JWST
A Universe Not Made For Us
M31 The Andromeda Galaxy
Total Solar Eclipse, Hao Atoll, South Pacific
M42 The Great Nebula in Orion
Jupiter (IO, Ganymede, Europa, Callisto)
M51 The Whirlpool Galaxy
M13 The Great Globular Cluster in Hercules
Sir Patrick Moore
I am an amateur astronomer; I am interested in science, innovation, astronomy and general musing about philosophies of life, the universe and our place in it.
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