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Antonio Paris Aug 13
A closeup of a sunspot.
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Kevin Ferrioli 12h
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NebulaPhotos Aug 15
Here is a photo of the Blue Horsehead Nebula (IC4592) that I took with my DSLR from Trap Pond State Park in Delaware at the Delmarva Star Gaze star party. It is a large reflection nebula in Scorpius. More details:
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Mike Mckenna Aug 11
Amazing clear skies last night over Anglesey North Wales. Here's 1 of many images I captured during 6 hours of shooting.
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Brian Wagner Aug 14
The Big Dipper and an airplane over the trees.
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David Phillipson Aug 9
Elephant trunk Nebula captured in Hydrogen Alpha with Altair Astro 115 apo and ASI 1600mm CCD on SW EQ6-R.Comprises 20 300" subs at -10C captured and basic processed in Maxim Dl, will be adding OIII to this for a bi-colour over the weekend hopefully.
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Abdullah Ahmad Aug 13
M27 The Dumbbell Nebula, Ha:8x900s, O3:20x900s.
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Anna McLeod Aug 8
Northern hemisphere friends: eyes to the sky on Sunday as Earth plows through the debris of the comet Swift-Tuttle :) Expect to see over 60 shooting stars an hour, enjoy! Fun fact: Swift-Tuttle is only 26 km across and will be veeery close to us in 2126
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Daniel Perkins Aug 10
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NewMexicoNomad Aug 15
White Sands under the Milky Way Photo: @truxturning on | "On our last overnight trip to whitesands I took this picture of my son on top of a dune with the coming up."
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iTweetThere4iAM Aug 7
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Jeff Sullivan Photo Aug 14
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Alastair Woodward Aug 13
A few hours on NGC281 The Pacman Nebula. Processed in the Hubble Palette (Ha=15x300, OIII=10x300, SII=10x300) Full details and hi res here
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iTweetThere4iAM Aug 15
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Brian Wagner Aug 12
Mars and Sagittarius (aka “The Teapot”) over the Confederation Bridge last evening.
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Naturehawk Photo Aug 12
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dimitragr9 Aug 6
Meteor shower, Griffith Observatory Los Angeles,
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Radina Ivanova Aug 15
My first ever shot of the Milky Way and all thanks to !
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STARLAB® Aug 15
Do you think Saturn would float in water?
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Catherine Benoist Aug 12
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