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And just like that, the first aurora of my season appeared in a sneaky way last night at 2:30 am on Malangen, Norway. You can barely see any stars, a tale-tell sign of how bright it was! Eyes peeled for the next days. @TamithaSkov @chunder10 @B_Ubiquitous @VisitTromso @StormHour
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Click to view & zoom in ** Full Moon rising & Jupiter with 4 Galilean moons over St Catherine's Chapel in Dorset last summer... #astrophotography @BBCStargazing @skyatnightmag @StormHour @B_Ubiquitous
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Omega Centauri - Aug 2021- brightest most spectacular globular cluster, 16,000 Lights years away consists of several million stars. Taken with a 20 in telescope - Siding Spring, 5 hours total imaging time. @B_Ubiquitous @DavidBflower #Astrophotography #astronomy @Astronomy_Nerd
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When I reached the top of the Beanstalk, I couldn't believe my eyes... @CorfeCastleUK @nationaltrust @StormHour @B_Ubiquitous
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The Cygnus Wall Complex, around 1,500 Light years away, spanning 20 Light years wide, this massive complex of hot gasses and dust is a cosmic nursery for new Stars. ASI2600MC/RC6/CCD47/L-eXtreme astrob.in/6axp8o/0/ #Astrophotography #astronomy #sciart #space @B_Ubiquitous
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I managed to capture a Perseid meteor over a misty Corfe Castle... The village lights illuminating the blanket of fog... #PerseidMeteorShower #Perseids @CorfeCastleUK @nationaltrust @StormHour @B_Ubiquitous
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Just took this beautiful spiral galaxy NGC 6744- distance over 30 million light years - over 15 hours of imaging with a 20 inch planewave telescope in Siding Spring, Australia. #Astrophotography @B_Ubiquitous @Astronomy_Nerd @DCHooper91 #astronomy @DavidBflower
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The very first #MilkyWay I shot in #Tasmania. While I was visiting in 2017, I went to the Tessellated Pavement with @eagleeyetas and got this not long after dusk. It made me fall in love with the place. @astrophotosnap @ThePhotoHour @StormHour @B_Ubiquitous #ArtistOnTwitter
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6 Hours of #Astrophotography under MilkyWay sky... Shot this as an extra to my gear, as the Moon was still up (got real dark after 2 hrs). Click for wide/4K: youtu.be/d-lH0bpw9PI Canon 6D / Samyang 14mm f/2.8 #astronomy #milkyway #timelapse #canon @B_Ubiquitous #nightsky
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Back at the start of the pandemic, @eagleeyetas and I did something actually epic: we shot the #milkyway from an active runway at #HBA. This was our ride โ€“ Apollo 13. @CanonAustralia @tasmania @abchobart @HobartandBeyond @Australia @ausgeo @ThePhotoHour @StormHour @B_Ubiquitous
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6 Hours of #Astrophotography under MilkyWay sky... Shot this as an extra to my gear, as the Moon was still up (got real dark after 2 hrs). Click for wide/4K: youtu.be/d-lH0bpw9PI Canon 6D / Samyang 14mm f/2.8 #astronomy #milkyway #timelapse #canon @B_Ubiquitous #nightsky
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Just took this beautiful spiral galaxy NGC 6744- distance over 30 million light years - over 15 hours of imaging with a 20 inch planewave telescope in Siding Spring, Australia. #Astrophotography @B_Ubiquitous @Astronomy_Nerd @DCHooper91 #astronomy @DavidBflower
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Cygnus Constellation, Multi-Pane Mosaic Just down the road from the Milky Way's core, the Swan high in the night sky 6 Panes, 4.4 Hrs total #Canon 6D / 100mm f/2.8 L iOptron CEM25P / @zwoasi ASIAIR Pro astrob.in/exhah0/0/ #astrophotograhy #sciart #astronomy @B_Ubiquitous
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When matter is pulled toward a dense, compact object, like a pulsar, neutron star, or black hole, it's heated and produces X-rays. Today Chandra is studying M82 X-2, a pulsar that at its brightest is more than 10 times as bright as any other known pulsars of its type.
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Western Veil & Pickering's Triangle A suprnova remnant from around 10-20k years ago, consisting of heated and ionized gas and dust. ZWO 2600MC Pro / iOptron GEM45 Optolong L-eXtreme / ASIAIR PRo Details: astrob.in/oxcwp1/0/ #astronomy #Astrophotography @B_Ubiquitous #space
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Neowise - #Cornwall Flashback July last year, as the light faded, not sure I was going to see it from my position before it disappeared behind the cliff, wondered if I had my planning correct; thankfully it became visible.. @StormHour @B_Ubiquitous @ThePhotoHour @BBCEarth
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๐Ÿ’ฅWhen the titans of space โ€” galaxy clusters โ€” collide, extraordinary things can happen. A new study using NASA's Chandra examines the repercussions after clusters clashed in Abell 1775, a system where a smaller galaxy cluster has plowed into a larger one.s.si.edu/a1775J4
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Milky Way Core | Multi-Pane Mosaic Sit back and enjoy the show... 12 Panes, 10 exp of 120 sec each. #Canon 6D, 100mm f/2.8 L Macro @zwoasi ASIAIR Pro (Plan Mode) #astronomy #space #sciart @B_Ubiquitous @ThePhotoHour @CanonEMEApro #astrophotography Click: astrob.in/koackz/0/
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Celestial objects as seen through the aurora borealis. Believe it or not, #aurora is a big source of light pollution (okay, a good one ๐Ÿคช) for astronomical observation.@StormHourr@B_Ubiquitouss@TamithaSkovv9
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Right #now Chandra is studying NGC 4485. This galaxy is irregular in shape, but it hasn't always been that way. Once a spiral galaxy, NGC 4485 is being distorted by gravity's pull towards another galaxy, NGC 4490, which lies out of frame to the bottom right of this image.
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Am I standing on Mars? No, this is Earth! The Chilean Andes to be exact, and I remastered this panorama I shot in 2019 for an even more otherworldly look ๐ŸŒŒ@StormHourr@visitchilecll@esa_ess@ESOO@esaa@esasciencee@B_Ubiquitouss@astro_jcmml
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โœ‹This famous hand-shaped structure is a nebula of energy & particles blown by a pulsar left behind after a star exploded. Watch as the blast wave from the explosion moves at nearly 9 million miles per hour in NASA Chandra observations spanning 14 years. s.si.edu/HandWave
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