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Manuel Huss Sep 17
The Heart Nebula as seen from my backyard. The in located in the Cassiopeia constellation about 7500 light years away from earth. Gear: ONTC 8" Newton, ASI 1600mm Pro, Baader narrowband filters & Avalon Linear mount. Exposure 18 hours.
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Maxime Duprez Sep 17
: in the furnace of a hot , where young stars are born. "Space Odyssey V" by GabrielGajdos via
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Marc Leatham 10h
This is my photo of the Witches Broom , a part of the leftover shockwave of ejected material from a star gone supernova ~15,000 years ago. The explosion is 2,400 lightyears away, and the outside wall now spans a 130 lightyear diameter from side to side.
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Space Porn Sep 17
An infrared image of the Helix taken by the Spitzer Space Telescope in 2007.
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Space Porn Sep 16
Helix from the backyard
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Space Porn Sep 14
The Ring - Captured by HST =, processed by me
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Space Porn Sep 16
M2-9 The Butterfly
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Astro Imager Sep 14
She's back with the devil star in a winters sky near you 2.5hrs 102apo 269c and quad-band filter
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Space Porn Sep 17
Melotte 15 - The heart of the heart !
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Nick Berry Sep 17
Wishing everyone clear skies this evening! I think I’ll try out the Crescent Nebula tonight πŸ€“πŸ”­
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Cryptoisdope 14h
Fridays are usually the worst time for me to post my art, so pls share if you like what you see! Hydra, Mati, and Chelone is now available on as part of my Aether collection!!!
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Chrissy Sparks 20h
Working on bear figures. I purchase these blank figures from an artist in Russia and then hand paint them with a vibrant acrylic paint and tiny paint brushes. These two are commissions.
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Space Porn Sep 13
M2-9 Wings of a Butterfly Image Credit Hubble Legacy Archive, NASA, ESA - Processing Judy Schmidt
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couch chaser Allan 🌩️πŸŒͺ️ πŸ“· Sep 13
This one was a tough one, an early, or "Flaming star nebula" in Auriga. Both a reflection and emission a short stack of 20x60 sec exposures with the and asi533 OSC camera. An l-pro filter was also used.
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Astroshed_Sawley(Chris Platkiw) Sep 16
Hi everyone - here's my HaRGB image of IC5146 aka the Cocoon Nebula. Taken with my 72ED 183MM and RGB and Ha filters. 4hrs 30mins integration. Processed in Pixinsght and PSCC πŸ”­πŸ“ΈπŸ˜‰
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Space Porn Sep 12
The Eagle - RGB color
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Astro_Shay Sep 12
Hey guys 😊 This is a nebula called "The Tarantula Nebula"! See why? 😼 πŸ“Έ Gregory Turgeon
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𝔻𝕒π•ͺπ••π•£π•–π•’π•ž 𝔸𝕀π•₯𝕣𝕠 πŸŒ™ Sep 13
We finally had a clear spell last Wednesday! So we went for IC1805 again, the first time since our first light. Hoping to gather more data this evening if the sky plays nicely! This is around 2 hours of total exposure time.
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Protopasta 18h
We've brought back an oldie, but the best of goodies! And brought along a friend! Blood of My Enemies and Nebula are now stock items!
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Space Porn Sep 12
My rendition of a starless Carina in true colour
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