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Franky T May 12
A photo I created of the Eta Nebula in the southern sky. Taken from Sippy Downs, Queensland.
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Paul Cotton May 17
The Moon and Venus this evening, 17-05-2018.
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Ollie Taylor May 14
The tail end of an display in the Scottish Cairngorms, I climbed a mountain to witness this display, and it was still going when I got down, as you can see, not a bad display for , Andromeda also shining bright
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Oblee May 17
Ok folks... I shot this galaxy by accident last night. It's in the neighborhood of Ursa Major and should be kinda close to m51, but I have NO IDEA what it is. I just saw it and figured I'd take a few shots since I found it. I'm just using a camera without telescope.
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Brian Wagner May 17
Last evening’s thin crescent moon just above the horizon shortly after sunset.
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Ollie Taylor May 15
Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and the star Regulus, the 3 planets in a rare alignment, shot on the tail end of a hurricane at 4am, managed to find a nook to climb into & still the tripod. Soon to be a novel cover
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Lanivet Amateur Astronomers May 18
Pictures from for our Astro club tonight. Great to look at while waiting for the sun to set!
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Astrobin IOTD May 18
2018-05-19: "Orion Constellation!" by m-nouroozi.
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Kevin Ferrioli May 15
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Burak CALISKAN May 16
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Stephen Cheatley BFC May 17
Captured the nice waxing crescent moon tonight above the famous Blackpool Tower
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Sarah Salviander May 18
It took about 200 million years after the big bang for the universe to cool down enough for the first stars in the universe to form (artist's impression below). That may sound like a long time, but it's only about 1% of the current age of the universe.
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Dr. Christian Sasse May 13
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Ian Griffin May 17
Last night Saturn was over 1.3 billion km from my back yard viewing spot. The light forming this image, travelling in excess of 300,000km per second, took 77 minutes to traverse the cosmic void twixt planet and my camera.
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Infinity Cosmos™ May 14
Saturn, Jupiter, its Galilean satellites and the Moon through a 6” Telescope 🔭
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China Daily 10h
A town in eastern China has built 'The Sky Eye' to attract world astronomy lovers. (Photo: CGTN)
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Brian Wagner May 16
Venus and a very thin crescent moon in the twilight sky. May 16, 2018.
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SkySafari May 11
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ALMA Observatory May 15
On a clear night, this map will be useful. It is the Orion constellation. Can you see the sword?🤔 It concentrates the greatest number of stars visible to the naked eye. And the Orion Nebula is located in the red circle.🌌📡
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BlackPhysicists 3m
New research suggests a fascinating theory behind the mysterious Fast Radio Bursts
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