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Antonio Paris 1h
You can only bring 1 combo to . Mine is E3J Pick wisely and RT.
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Antonio Paris Oct 19
Earth from and from Earth.
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Domenico Oct 13
I watched for over 4 hours last night, and put together hundreds of thousands of images to create this animation of it’s rotation Credit 🔭 by James McCarthy
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Antonio Paris Oct 9
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Eagle-Gryphon Games Oct 11
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Susan Snow Oct 12
I've finally managed a pic! :-)
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Reine Oct 10
Please go easy on me. This is my first try at this. I've never taken a set of images in mono with filters. My first time stacking RBGL I will keep practicing. Here is my first go... lol Any pointers are very welcomed!
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Space Porn Oct 11
Sunrise on , captured by NASA’s Opportunity rover.
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Space Porn Oct 11
The best picture of ever taken!
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Damian Peach Oct 11
on October 8th. Some periods of good seeing. The volcanic domes of Elysium Mons and Hecates Tholus are seen as two bright spots above centre. The Martian rover Curiosity is located at the end of the darker of the two tuning fork prong features.
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Christian Fröschlin Oct 9
Tonight's with apparent diameter of 22.5 arcsec. 2000 x 8 ms RGB in Celestron 8" + ADC at f/10.
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John S Oct 8
making a bright appearance tonight, it won't be this 'close' to us for another 15 years..
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Xavi Bros Oct 16
A landscape by Curiosity rover. We can see the Mount Sharp in the middle of Gale crater, but we can see also an "Earth-desert-like landscape" with a strange beauty but also with an absolute lack of life. Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS
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Roger Hutchinson FRAS Oct 10
As you all love here it is imaged from last night (9th October) The volcano Elysium Mons can be seen at the 12 o'clock position and Olympus Mons at 3 o'clock. The Northern polar hood and some limb clouds are also well defined.
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Cian O'Regan Oct 10
Thanks to the Picture Desk team for featuring my image of the bright planet over Belvelly Castle in today’s paper! Mars reaches opposition on Tuesday, meaning the red planet will be opposite the Sun in the sky and visible all night long. Worth a look!
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Jenifer 'STAY AT HOME' Millard 🇪🇺 Oct 13
Why you should take a look at this week - a thread. Tonight, a little after midnight BST, Mars is at opposition. This means, if you could, you could draw a line between the Sun, Earth and Mars. They are all perfectly lined up. (1/n)
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RoaminTheEmpire Oct 9
, a festival dedicated to Venus Victrix, who had a shrine on the Capitoline. And for , and with Cupid and Formido from the House of Venus and Mars at !
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Roger Hutchinson FRAS Oct 8
If you liked the gif I tweeted yesterday here is a composite of the images that made it up. It’s long so you’ll need to click on it & perhaps perform some device gymnastics!
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BBC Sky at Night Magazine Oct 12
reaches opposition this week! Find out how to make the most of the Red Planet in the night sky:
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Lucio Pirelli Oct 13
is very close tonight.
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