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Panagiotis Xipteras
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Panagiotis Xipteras 6h
CHEERS!🍻My photos have survived the💻storage upgrade!🙂 MY TIP☝️ "When you finally get your💻up and running, keep cool, stand up and quietly remove yourself from it. Let it in peace. Do not press any more keys. Don't tell anyone!🤫It cannot get any better than this"✌️🙂
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Panagiotis Xipteras 7h
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Andrew Rader 20h
Gravitational lensing bending light according to Einstein's Theory of General Relativity, temporarily making a much more distant galaxy visible. (📷 Hubble)
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Panagiotis Xipteras 18h
2020 will go in (my) history as the year with the most sunny ☀️ days and my most productive nature 📸and astro🔭 . And an impression counter sometimes literally going through the 😲 roof. But I will not ⛔️miss it.
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Panagiotis Xipteras 19h
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Over half a day has already passed and the storage upgrade is here still in progress. But there is an end in sight and I am confident to start posting photos tonight.
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Universe Today 23h
A company has developed a process that can release oxygen from lunar regolith - Universe Today by
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Panagiotis Xipteras Nov 29
Big photos need space! 💾🙂💻 Due to an upgrade of my computer storage, I cannot upload any new 🔭astronomy photos at the moment. For now, I wish you an amazing, starry✨ night whereever you are on this planet. 🌍
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Panagiotis Xipteras Nov 29
with the Canon EOS Ra: An Interview with Astrophotographer Tony Hallas via
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Xavi Bros Nov 29
Skull Nebula lies about 1600 lightyears away. It formed when a Sun-like star expelled its outer layers in its old age, leaving its naked core, a white dwarf. This planetary nebula is the first one with a binary star orbited by a third one: Image: ESO's VLT
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Panagiotis Xipteras Nov 28
Good evening 📷❄️:
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⭐Nereide🪐 Nov 29
1/ In 2004, as closed in on , both Cassini and Hubble Telescope monitored gas giant's South Pole simultaneously to obtain abt Saturn's . This sequence shows 3 Hubble imgs of Saturn each taken 2 days apart. ➡️
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Fujirumors Nov 24
Fujifilm Introduces FUJIFILM GFX100 IR (Infrared) Version Large Format Mirrorless Digital Camera
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Panagiotis Xipteras Nov 29
Good evening, Dear Friends 😊✨❄️ 📸:
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🔭AstroBackyard Nov 28
The Helix! One of the brightest and closest examples of a planetary nebula in the night sky.  A cloud of gas created at the end of the life of a Sun-like star. This is 26 x 4-minutes using the QHY268C and Optolong L-eXtreme filter.
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Stonehenge U.K Nov 29
Full Moon tomorrow (30th November) at 09.29am. 🌕🔭
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David Blanchflower Nov 29
I am very sad to report that Dave Prowse has died. Achieved never ending fame as Darth Vader in the original Star Wars. Picture 20th Century Fox.
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Paul Stewart Nov 28
Getting back into the hang of things now the sun is more active. Active regions 2785 and 2786 being the main players on the disk.
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Andrew Rader Nov 29
The first shot of Earth and the Moon in a single frame, taken by Voyager 1 in 1979.
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Erich von Däniken 13 Oct 19
Schon wieder in Palenque, der Mayastadt mit der grandiosen Grabplatte. Inzwischen merken auch die Einheimischen, dass EvD Touristen ins Mayaland lotst. Und sie sind dankbar.
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Erich von Däniken 8 Oct 19
Die Maya-Stadt Copan in Honduras fasziniert immer wieder. Stelen mit missverstandener Technologie sind einzigartig. Hier ein Typ mit einem Kasten vor der Brust und einer Tastatur, die mit zehn Fingern bedient wird.
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