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Hello again, this is nathaniel_child with the last image of my Universe Today takeover! I'd like to thank Fraser Cain for the opportunity to share my work with the Universe Today community.⁣ ⁣ This last image is a self portrait I took last summer. I was experimenting with zoomed in perspectives of the galactic core, and thought that it would add a good sense of scale if I went and stood in the frame. I managed to stay still for 9 frames, which I stacked in Photoshop and blended into a series of 9 frames of the same scene I had shot 5 minutes before because the placement of the Milky Way was much better.⁣ ⁣ Camera/image details:⁣ Nikon D500 | Nikon 28-70 f/2.8⁣ Sky: 9 frames stacked in Starry Landscape Stacker⁣ ISO 25,600 | 8s | f/2.8 | 62mm⁣ Foreground: 9 frames stacked in Photoshop⁣ ISO 25,600 | 8s | f/2.8 | 62mm⁣ Foreground and sky combined and edited in Photoshop.⁣ ⁣ Thank you all again for viewing my work, and don't forget to head over to my profile ( nathaniel_child) to see more of my nighttime and daytime images from Maine and beyond.⁣ ⁣ astronomy astrophotography astrophotos astro nightsky milkyway galaxy universe cosmos longexposure nature landscape night sky beautiful space nightimages stars science stargazing nightphotography⁣ ⁣ Want to be featured? Use the hashtag universetoday or tag universetoday and we'll check out your pictures.

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🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿 завтра Астрономический новый год новыйгод астрономическоелето Земля 21 марта 2019 пройдет ровно половину пути между двумя солнцестояниями – зимним и летним. Это означает, что 20 и 21 числа день будет равен ночи. В Северном полушарии 21 марта начинается астрономическое лето ♬♬♬♬♬♬♬♬♬♬♬♬♬♬♬♬♬♬♬♬♬♬♬♬♬♬**** естьулицыцентральные ∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞ ***** пейзаж **** landspace photography nature exploregon astrophotography stars explore wilderness longexposure oregon constellation thatpnwlife stayandwander milkywaychasers exploremore optoutside astronomy livealittle milkymountains youroregon oregonnw instagoodnights still_life_nature

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Это слово означает 🇷🇺равноденствие. Если быть точными, сегодня 🇷🇺день весеннего равноденствия 🇬🇧vernal equinox. Астрономическое явление, когда центр Солнца в своём видимом движении по эклиптике пересекает небесный экватор. При наблюдении Земли из космоса в равноденствие линия светораздела проходит по географическим полюсам Земли и перпендикулярена земному экватору. letsgo_english английский_шутя английский_легко астрономия английскийвиркутске английский_просто английский_весело бизнес путешествия английскийдлявсех равноденствие весеннее equinox astronomy english class baikalenglish fet sun baikal ielts toefl егэ огэ солнце тпз liveATbaikal английский_интересно изучайте_английский_с_нами

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The Rosette Nebula is in the Milky Way Galaxy, just like our Earth. It's in the constellation Monoceros, which means 'the unicorn.' . The Rosette Nebula is shaped like a rose or a flower, which is where it gets its name. It's a special type of nebula, called an emission nebula. ''Emissions'' are anything that are given off by something; for example, a car gives off emissions when it burns gasoline, and trees give off oxygen. The Rosette Nebula is called an emission nebula because it gives off different colors of light. The new stars inside the cloud are very hot, which causes the gases inside the nebula to give off, or emit, light. This makes emission nebulae glow with many colors. Some people call the Rosette Nebula the ''Skull'' because they think its shape looks more like a skull than a rose. Look at the pictures of the Rosette Nebula in this lesson. Do you think it looks more like a flower or a skull? . What do you think Comment below 👇 . Pic Credit : astrofalls space universe cosmos astrophysics astroworld nightphotography photography astronomy astrofacts science nasa galaxy alien moon astronomer astronauts hubbletelescope hubble deepspace spacex nebula milkyway eyes earth moonlight constellation astronomy_eye

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Fantastic nasahubble Repost nasahubble with get_repost ・・・ HubbleClassic In 1998, Hubble captured this colorful view of Saturn in infrared light, providing information about clouds and hazes in the planet's atmosphere. The blue colors indicate a clear atmosphere down to the main cloud layer. Most of the northern hemisphere that is visible above the rings is relatively clear. The dark region around the south pole indicates a big hole in the main cloud layer. The green and yellow colors indicate a haze above the main cloud layer. The red and orange colors indicate clouds reaching up high into the atmosphere. The rings, made up of chunks of ice, are as white as images taken in visible light. Two of Saturn's moons were captured: Dione in the lower left and Tethys in the upper right. Tethys is just ending its transit across the disk of Saturn. Credit: Erich Karkoschka (University of Arizona), and NASA NASA Hubble space science astronomy universe telescope cosmos saturn color planet atmosphere moons clouds

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Moon and Minar&Alcor Telescope: Meade Polaris 127/1000 Eyepiece: 26mm + Barlow lens , 9mm and 26mm ° Minar & Alcorℹ️ You can find Minar and Alcor really easy, first you have to find the Ursa Major constellation, then point your telescope at its third star. This is it! Now you are watching a double star system ° Facts about Minar & Alcor : They were found somewhere in 17 century. Alcor can be spotted in the night sky (even at a light polluted city) if you have "sharp" vision. Some doctors many years ago tested their patients vision as a vision test! Wish you clear skies 🌒 =========================== Moon moontomars moonexploration Moonlight sky night nightsky astrophotography astronomy stars Minar Alcor Doublestar system apollomissions missions space spaceexploration spaceage spaceships astronauts astronomia

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Tonight’s moon 🌕 (my first attempt at shooting it)

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This beautiful 😍 photo of the Gum 15 star formation located in the constellation Vela. Located at a distance of 3000 light-years - - -❤️Double tap for more amazing photos -⚠️Follow for more⚠️ -🔔TURN ON POST NOTIFICATION💡 - - Photo Credit: ESO - - stars milkyway esa planet earth explore discovery nature planetearth physics space nasa astronomy astronaut cosmos hubble galaxy universe science astrophotography solarsystem planets moon nightsky mars sky iss telescope interstellar life

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Las estrellas no pueden brillar sin la oscuridad 📷 omargcordova

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Next upOrion! A personal favourite of mine. What's your favourite constellation? Which one are you hoping to see next?⁣ ⁣ This series is unique. On the cover of each card is not only the constellation being featured but the stars surrounding it are accurate. Traced from real star maps, these cards are perfect for the astronomy lover in your life. Inside you'll find interesting factoids about each constellation featured. These cards are great for any occasion.⁣ ⁣ _⁣ ⁣ orion constellation stars nightscaper astronomy stargazing interstellar milkyway nightsky space cosmos galaxy etsylove shophandmade smallbusiness etsyshop supportsmallbusiness handmadewithlove shopsmall etsystore ottawa etsyseller supporthandmade makersgonnamake shoplocal handcrafted etsyforall handmadeisbetter madewithlove 613

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아벨 370 : 중력 렌즈 은하단 사진 제공 : 미 항공우주국, 유럽우주국, 허블 우주망원경 자료 편집 & 저작권 : 로겔리오 베르날 안드레오(Rogelio Bernal Andreo) ( 설명 : 저 이상한 호들은 뭘까? 아벨 370 은하단을 찍는 동안 천문학자들은 이상한 호 하나를 발견했다. 그 호는 더 나은 사진이 나올 때까지 이해돼지 않았다. 후속 사진은 이 호가 중력 렌즈효과가 일으킨 천체물리학적 인공물이라는 것을 보여주었고, 렌즈는 은하단 전체의 중심이다. 오늘날, 우리는 은하단에서 가장 밝은 이 호가 실제로는 실제로 더 멀리 있는 평평한 일반 은하의 왜곡된 영상 두 개로 이루어졌다는 것을 알고 있다. 아벨 370의 중력이 배경 은하의 빛과 다른 것들을 퍼트려 관측자에게 여러 경로로 보내는데, 먼 곳의 빛이 와인잔 손잡이를 지나는 것과 다르지 않다. 이 사진의 거의 모든 노란색은 아벨 370 은하단의 은하들이다. 잘 보면 수많은 이상한 호와 왜곡된 끈들을 볼 수 있는데, 이들은 사실 중력렌즈를 거친 먼 일반 은하들이다. 아벨 370과 영상의 연구는 천문학자들이 은하단과 우주에 있는 일반물질과 암흑물질의 분포를 볼 수 있는 특별한 창이다. Abell 370: Galaxy Cluster Gravitational Lens Image Credit: NASA, ESA, Hubble; Processing & Copyright: Rogelio Bernal Andreo ( Explanation: What are those strange arcs? While imaging the cluster of galaxies Abell 370, astronomers noticed an unusual arc. The arc wasn't understood right away not until better images showed that the arc was a previously unseen type ofastrophysical artifact of a gravitational lens, where the lens was the center of an entire cluster of galaxies. Today, we know that this arc, the brightest arc in the cluster, actually consists of two distorted images of a fairly normal galaxy that happens to lie far in the distance. Abell 370's gravity caused the background galaxies' light and others to spread out and come to the observer along multiple paths, not unlike a distant light appears through the stem of a wine glass. Almost all of the yellow images featured here are galaxies in the Abell 370 cluster. An astute eye can pick up many strange arcs anddistorted arclets, however, that are actually gravitationally lensed images of distant normal galaxies. Studying Abell 370 and its images gives astronomers a unique window into the distribution of normal and dark matter in galaxy clusters and the universe. 출처 : Astronomy Picture of the Day 천문 천문학 천체 천체관측 천체망원경 은하수 은하 Astroscope stargazer star interstellar Astronomy Science Nebulae moon Milkyway Galaxy Planets science astronomy astrophysics supernova tarantulanebula lmc largemagellaniccloud hubble spa

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말머리와 오리온 성운 사진 촬영 & 저작권 : Mario Zauner 설명 : 검은 말머리 성운과 뜨겁게 빛나는 오리온 성운은 우주에서 대조적이다. 밤하늘에서 가장 유명한 별자리 중 하나를 약 1500광년 떨어진 곳에서 떠도는 이들이 이 멋진 두 장 모자이크의 반대쪽 끝에 각각 서 있다. 친숙한 말머리 성운이 왼쪽 아래 검은 구름 위에 작은 실루엣으로 서 있는데, 수소(알파)가스의 빛과 대조되어, 오렌지색으로 보인다. 알니탁은 오리온의 허리 중 가장 동쪽에 있는 별로, 말머리 바로 왼쪽에 있다. 알니탁 아래 불꽃성운이 있다. 밝게 빛나는 구름과 감동적인 검은 먼지선이 함께 한다. 웅장한 발광 지역 오리온 성운(M42)은 오른쪽 위에, 먼지가 반사한 푸른 빛에 둘러싸여 있다. 왼쪽 부분은 종종 달리는 사람 성운이라고도 불린다. 널리 퍼진 뜨겁게 빛나는 수소가스를 이 지역 전체에서 쉽게 찾을수 있다. Horsehead and Orion Nebulas Image Credit & Copyright: Mario Zauner Explanation: The dark Horsehead Nebula and the glowing Orion Nebula are contrasting cosmic vistas. Adrift 1,500 light-years away in one of the night sky's most recognizableconstellations, they appear in opposite corners of the above stunning two-panel mosaic. The familiar Horsehead nebula appears as a dark cloud on the lower left, a small silhouettenotched against the glow of hydrogen (alpha) gas, here tinted orange. Alnitak is the easternmost star in Orion's belt and can be found to the left of the Horsehead. Below Alnitak is the Flame Nebula, with clouds of bright emission and dramatic dark dust lanes. The magnificent emission region, the Orion Nebula (aka M42), lies at the upper right, surrounded by the blue glow of reflecting dust. Immediately to its left is a prominent reflection nebula sometimes called the Running Man. Pervasive tendrils of glowing hydrogen gas are easily traced throughout the region. 출처 : Astronomy Picture of the Day 천문 천문학 천체 천체관측 천체망원경 은하수 은하 Astroscope stargazer star interstellar Astronomy Science Nebulae moon Milkyway Galaxy Planets science astronomy astrophysics supernova tarantulanebula lmc largemagellaniccloud hubble space

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When you look into the night sky, you are looking back in time The stars we see in the night sky are very far away from us, so far the star light we see has taken a long time to travel across space to reach our eyes. This means whenever we look out into the night and gaze at stars we are actually experiencing how they looked in the past. For example, the bright star Vega is relatively close to us at 25 light-years away, so the light we see left the star 25 years ago; while Betelgeuse (pictured) in the constellation of Orion is 640 light-years away, so the light left the star around 1370, during the time of the Hundred Years’ War between England and France. Other stars we see are further away still, so we are seeing them much deeper in their past. nightsky sky night moon stars nature photography ig nightphotography astrophotography space photooftheday longexposure astronomy landscape milkyway art moonlight universe galaxy luna star fullmoon love instagood beautiful photo light canon bhfyp

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Back to reality กลับจากค่ายดูดาวแล้วจ้า มานั่งเรียนทฤษฎีกันต่อ astronomy astrophysics studygram

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✨✨✨✨ N I G H T ✨✨✨✨ repost spaceviral (💫get_repost💫 ・・・ Behold, the massive Rosette Nebula, a 110 light-year-wide star factory hosting more than 10,000 stars! •⠀ These energetic stars ionize the gas around it making it glow in different wavelengths of light. The kind of⠀ environment our Solar System was born in. Rosette Nebula is located in the constellation Monoceros approximately 5,200 light years away from Earth!⠀ •⠀ Credit: astro_aaron_⠀ •⠀ nightsky elonmusk planet cosmology stars milkyway nasa astronomy astronaut space galaxy cosmos nebula universe astrophotography hubble science solarsystem nature spacex iss telescope interstellar nasabeyond astrophysics esa constellation neildegrassetyson rocket

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19 сентября 2015 - Curiosity нашел "тропинку" Марсоход осмотрел интересную структуру на поверхности Марса. Можно заметить, что мелкие камешки отсутствуют на зигзагообразной линии, снятой тремя кадрами мачтовой камеры. Скорее всего это трещина в грунте, которую полностью засыпал местный тонкий песок. Возможно эта трещина может свидетельствовать, что в этом месте происходили небольшие подвижки грунта в то время, когда оно было пустынным и каменистым как сейчас. Т.е. сначала мелкие камни рассыпались по этой поверхности, потом возникла трещина, камни провалились в нее, а трещину засыпало песком. rover milkywaygalaxy solarsystem cosmos astronomy вселенная redplanet астрофото planet астрономия planeta космос галактика наука mars nasa марсианскиехроники марс space science curiosityrover планета marsrover universe marscuriosity journeytomars

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Let me put this philosophy into simpler words; The whole of the Universe is energy and each basic element of the known atomic chart consists of energy at different rates of vibration. The difference between any two elements is the difference in both atomic structure and vibration rates. There is a frequency or vibration of energy that fills the Universe. This energy is not only beneficial, but also essential to all living cells whether human, plant or animal. Man utilises this energy with his mind. Every thought is transmitted by this energy. Every aspect of life in the physical depends on this basic energy or power of the Universe. Constructive use (positive use) of this energy raises the level of consciousness of man and in turn raises his vibration rate or frequency. Every individual has a different rate of vibration. All of man’s earthly problems are created by his thought projections. What we project from our mind in the form of thoughts, we create and receive. Spiritual growth requires the elimination of all negative thought, which dissipates "the life force" or vital energy. Every individual, knowingly or otherwise, makes use of this energy. Our bodies use this energy to heal injuries, to reduce stress and fatigue, and to grow both physically and spiritually. Without exception everyone has the ability to attract as much of this Universal energy as the individual’s body and mind require nikolatesla astronomy loveyourself meditation lawofattraction books indianguy positivevibes mentalhealth motivation instagood mindfulness positivity light peace healing higherconsciousness briefhistoryoftime instadaily universe love instagram enlightenment spiritualawakening goals followforfollow likesforlikes Red dope science