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Jenna 🌻 Aug 1
Stars with the apparent magnitude of up to 6.5, which is commonly quoted as a naked-eye limit, were selected for this visualization. Only 9000 are visible, that's just 0.000004% of all the stars in the Milky Way Galaxy.
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Francisco BarrΓ³n 1m
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Tony Evans Aug 2
Me at 2 days old and with my lovely wife yesterday on my b'day 51 years later.
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The Gravitational Lensing Bot 9m
A gravitationally lensed The Pipe Nebula, with an Einstein radius of 115 pixels.
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Raghu Aug 1
Celestrial trio of moon 🌚, Jupiter, and Saturn πŸͺ Makes you wonder πŸ˜‡
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Cosmic Crave Aug 3
Hubble's view of Uranus and its moons.
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IAM Platform 11m
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TagBackTV Jul 31
Finally Finished editing The Pelican Nebula! Learning so much every day, and making small improvements every time I start a photo session and edit. Already come a long way in the past 2 weeks. Now if only we could get some clear skies.
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Astro Imager Jul 31
2hours with the Altair Astro 269c
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STRIP COSMOS Aug 4
Here’s a Photo of Saturn Peeking Out from Behind the Moon
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π•π•’π•€π• π•Ÿ πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆπŸ’ Aug 2
A new nebula was recently discovered and they are calling it The Space Butterfly!
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The Outer Space 6m
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Cosmic Crave 13h
Earth seen in 10 different infrared waves.
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Michelle T Stamp Aug 2
I know you're out there looking at it! Let's see your moon photos🌝
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Cosmic Crave 59m
The largest star in the known universe. 🀯
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Cosmic Bot πŸš€ Aug 4
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Jason Smolinski Aug 3
I managed to capture Comet NEOWISE a couple of weeks ago! I vividly remember comet Hale-Bopp in 1997 and am so stoked that my kids got to see this one.
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AstroBarnabee Aug 5
When you get that email in your inbox from FLOs - nothing else matters. Can’t wait to hook the ZWO ASI 120MC-S with my Skymax 127 so I can dabble with planetary photography. I am told it’s easy to get into but difficult to master.
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#showdelasestrellas 12h
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Cosmic Bot πŸš€ 16h
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