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Andy Witteman Feb 11
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Kevin Ferrioli Feb 16
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Antonio Paris Feb 14
The Drake Equation suggests their should be other intelligent life the Universe. So, where is everybody?
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Antonio Paris Feb 13
Crescent Venus and Moon
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Andy Witteman 2h
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Antonio Paris Feb 13
A pair of interacting galaxies called Arp 273.
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Antonio Paris Feb 16
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Antonio Paris Feb 13
The size of the star "Canis Majoris" compared to our star, the Sun.
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Antonio Paris Feb 15
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Stephen Cheatley BFC Feb 10
Milky Way Galaxy Bow and Zodiacal Light. Tenerife, December.
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Andy Witteman Feb 14
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Antonio Paris 12h
The so-called "ant nebula" (Menzel 3, or Mz 3) resembles the head and thorax of a garden-variety ant.
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Antonio Paris Feb 16
Image of the Moon I took with LX200 14"
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Antonio Paris Feb 14
An infrared view of Saturn
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Springer Nature Feb 15
Galileo Galilei, considered the "father of observational " and an essential figure in the scientific revolution for his advocacy of heliocentrism, was born in 1564. Read more about his life at .
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Thexoplanetschannel Feb 16
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Adrien Mauduit Feb 16
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Kirk Borne Feb 14
On Feb.14 1990, snapped the most humbling photo ever taken — image of Earth as a 'Pale Blue Dot', which inspired an iconic by Carl Sagan:
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M.P. 1h
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Antonio Paris Feb 13
Ghost ship under the stars!
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