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@mysolarplus

💫 This is the pelican nebula and it's 2,000 light years away. It's spans 10 light years and is constantly changing. The dark shapes you see are clouds of cool gas and dust sculpted by energetic radiation from nearby young, hot, massive stars. 🌟 Stars are also being born in the dark shapes. Credit: Roberto Colambri #mysolarplus #cynerve #astrobin #astronomyphotography #astrophotography #astronomy #augmentedreality #edutainment #education #educationalgamesforkids #educationalgames #SpaceEducation #virtualrealitygames #virtualreality #elonmusk #nasa #earth #space #solarsystem #cosmos #explore #science #exogalaxies #angkasa #angkasapura #bimasakti #roket #astronomi #PAK21

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@astrooglore

NGC 1275 🎖 . Near the center of the Perseus Cluster .. . . . 📸 NASA ESA/HUBBLE

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@mr_deepsky

NGC 6726 Thanks my Friend Zhuoqun Wu for sharing files of this lovely nebula I always wanted to work on this Target it's on of the finest Object in southern hemisphere **I didn't remove the Red Gradients because to be they added another Color in image but next time I'll 'remove them ** Follow @mr_deepsky NGC 6726/6727 and IC 4812 are blue reflection nebulae, where bright stars are embedded in a large cloud of dust which reflects the blue light of the stars. NGC 6729 is a butterfly-shaped emission/reflection object that is a variable nebula, powered by the irregular variable star, R Coronae Australis (R CrA). R CrA was discovered about 100 years ago. HH objects are shown as delicate, small arcs of glowing gas. They originate as energetic outflows from embryonic stars that are still forming and cloaked inside gas and dust. Bernes 157 is dark nebula that is so dense that stars inside the nebula and behind it cannot shine through. The Corona Australis star forming region has incredible diversity and is a wonderful imaging target 20" ASA FLI PROLINE 16803 CCD 3.7 HOURS of LRGB Chilescope T2 Stacked in PI , Processed n Ps

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@astro_infinito

The Elqui Valley, Chile, is known to have the clearest skies at night. This place was full of people, scientists, astrophotographers, etc during the last total sun eclipse here in my country. Highly recommended if you are an astrophotographer and come to Chile. THANK YOU ALL of you for your comments and support to my work. 😄 #milkywaygalaxy #milkywayphoto #milkywaychasers #milkywayshooters #milkywayphotography #milkyway_tv #newmilkyway #universe #nightphotography #nightimages #vialactea #vialacteachile #astrophotographie #fantasticuniverse #astro_photography #astrofotografia #milkywaychasers #imagethecosmos #ig_nightscapes #astroerhan #astronomia #astronomyphotography #astrovlog #astro_minds #astrophotographer #astrophotography #bestdarkphoto #astrocazadoreschile @milkywaychasers @milkywaychasers @thegreatmilkywaychase @milkywaypics @astrolandscapes @tracyleephotos @astro_minds Canon 6DMII + Rokinon Lens F2.8 14mm

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@astronomy4new

The Space Station Crosses a Spotless Sun Image Credit & Copyright: Rainee Colacurcio Explanation: That's no sunspot. It's the International Space Station (ISS) caught passing in front of the Sun. Sunspots, individually, have a dark central umbra, a lighter surrounding penumbra, and no solar panels. By contrast, the ISS is a complex and multi-spired mechanism, one of the largest and most sophisticated machines ever created by humanity. Also, sunspots occur on the Sun, whereas the ISS orbits the Earth. Transiting the Sun is not very unusual for the ISS, which orbits the Earth about every 90 minutes, but getting one's timing and equipment just right for a great image is rare. Strangely, besides that fake spot, in this recent two-image composite, the Sun lacked any real sunspots. The featured picture combines two images -- one capturing the space station transiting the Sun -- and another taken consecutively capturing details of the Sun's surface. Sunspots have been rare on the Sun since the dawn of the current Solar Minimum, a period of low solar activity. For reasons not yet fully understood, the number of sunspots occurring during both the previous and current solar minima have been unusually low. . 😋 𝐅𝐨𝐥𝐥𝐨𝐰 @astronomy4new . . #astronomy #amateurastronomy #astronomyposts #astronomylover #infoastronomy #astronomydepartment #astronomylovers #astronomynerd #astronomyart #backyardastronomy #astronomypicturesdaily #astronomyy #astronomyfacts #radioastronomy #astronomyiscool #astronomyclass #astronomyphotos #astronomyoutreach #astronomydomine #astronomytattoo #astronomycamp #astronomyphotography #astronomyday #astronomygeek #astronomytoday #astronomynight #astronomyeducation #astronomyjewels #astronomy45

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@alarkapinobservatorio

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@alarkapinobservatorio

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@mirthfuloliviarose

Astrophotography (Last one is the original) 🤷‍♀️🌌 ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• #photographersofinstagram #naturephotography #spacephotography #astrophotography #moonphotography #astronomylover @edgygrams @nasa @moodygrams #astronomynerd #astronomyphotography #nasa #moonphases #space #darkphotography #canonphotography #canonphoto #canon_photos #canon_camera #canonusa #canon📸 #canon📷 #astronomypicturesdaily #astrophotos #astrography #canonglobal #photographerlife

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@astronomicro

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@avi_broy

#Repost @lorandfenyes • • • • • • Messier 64 Black Eye Galaxy Copyright: @lorandfenyes HD HU: https://fenyeslorand.hu HD EN: http://pleiades.hu It is a relatively isolated spiral galaxy located 17 million light years away in the northern constellation of Coma Berenices. It was discovered by Edward Pigott in March 1779. M64 is actually composed of two concentric, counter-rotating systems. While all the stars in M64 rotate in the same direction as the interstellar gas in the galaxy's central region, gas in the outer regions, extending to about 40,000 light-years, rotates in the opposite direction. The dusty eye and bizarre rotation are likely the result of a billion year old merger of two different galaxies. #astro #asztrofoto #astrophoto #astrofoto #csillagaszat #astrophotography #astronomia #sky #thedailycosmos #astrofotografie #deepskyphotography #deepsky #deepspace #astrophotographer #astrophotography_ #astrophotographers #astronomy #astronomyphotography #astronomynerd #astronomylover #nebulosity #milkywayphotography #galaxy #galaxies #qhyccd #messier #photooftheday #fornaxmounts

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@jesuspereyrag

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@ericwilliot

Au centre se trouve de jeunes étoiles, ainsi qu'une architecture en colonnes appelés "Piliers de la création". Dans ces Piliers de gaz sont formés et naissent les étoiles de l'amas stellaire. N200 800 crop sur imge finale. In the centre are young stars, as well as a columnar architecture called "Pillars of Creation". In these Gas Pillars are formed and the stars of the stellar cluster are born. #pillarsofcreation #pilliersdelacreation #tetesenlair79 #eq6 #astrophotographie #astrophotography #astrograph #astronomer #cieldeniort #cieldenuit #newtonians #zwo #astro_photography #astronomylover #astronomyphotography #astronomi #astrography #astronomi #astroworld #cielprofond #cielprofond #messier16 #nebuleuse #nebula #deepsky #deepskyobject #stars #newton

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@astronomicro

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@marspatrol

A Piece of Mars: The dunes here are ~40 m (131 ft) apart and ~200 m (219 yd) long. (They’re not really dunes, but rather a windblown thing nearly unique to Mars that we call TARs.) Look carefully and you’ll see that some have very straight crests, like a sword – this is typical for TARs. But others have wavy crestlines, like huge serrated knives. Why are some wavy while others are straight? My guess is that the straight-crested TARs formed first. TARs are known for being immobile. The wind forms them, and then they just stop moving, unlike dunes and ripples, which can migrate long distances. At some point after they formed, the wind direction shifted, maybe as the climate in this region changed. The TARs had become somewhat resistant to erosion by that point. They weren’t as hard as rocks, but they’d probably developed a crust that made it hard for this new wind to rework their sediment. But the wind, like water, is relentless, and it worried away at the TARs. Eventually the crust on some of them gave way, maybe because it was less protected by local topography, or maybe because it just didn’t develop as strongly as those on neighboring TARs, or maybe because the new wind blew more sediment over some TARs and less over others. And so some of the TARs were partly reworked by this new wind, forming tiny little new TARs on the left sides of the older TARs, which led to the wavy crestlines. So today we see the history of two different winds, recorded in the waviness of TAR crestlines. (HiRISE ESP_051995_1525, NASA/JPL/Univ. of Arizona) #mars_patrol #curiosity #telescope  #spacestation  #spacecraft #spacefacts  #spacex  #spaceexploration #spaceexplorer  #deepspace  #universetoday #outerspace  #interstellar  #solarsystem #galaxies  #nasa  #nasa🚀  #astronomy #astronauts  #astrophysics  #astronomylover #astronomyfacts  #astronomyphotography #cosmology  #astro_photography #astro_photography_  #science  #blackhole #astrobiolog

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@astronomy4public

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@astronomicro

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@andrea_licciardello7

All’occorrenza leggo le carte...in passato avete fatto cazzate😑...nel presente fate cazzate😑...ma nel futuro...continuerete a fare cazzate😑🤚🏻 ekkecazzo!

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@spaceoverdose

Mount Nebula ⛰🎆 • 💬What’s your thoughts? 🛰Follow @spaceoverdose for more! • Tag a space lover 👤🚀 • 📸: @indg0

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@intospace0

We May Finally Know Where Vicious 'Black Widow' Pulsars Come From. Vicious, fast-blinking "black widow" and "redback" pulsars dot the night sky. These violent stars blast their smaller stellar partners to bits as they whip them around in tight binary orbits, cannibalizing the smaller partners in the process. And, in a new paper, scientists have revealed the origin story behind these hungry stars. It's no coincidence that astronomers named these systems — places in space where a tiny, heavy, fast-spinning neutron star is energizing itself by ripping apart a small binary partner — after deadly spiders. Both redback and black widow females eat the male alive after sex. (In stars, as in spiders, black widows hook up with smaller partners.) Redback and black widows are subcategories of "millisecond pulsars," neutron stars that spin so fast that they flash Earth every few fractions of a millisecond. But, until now, no one could explain how these nasty stars formed. Neutron stars are the ultradense remnants of collapsed stars. No wider than a small city, they nevertheless outweigh our sun. Scientists have had to invent all-new physics to explain how matter behaves inside of them. (But unlike black holes, they aren't quite dense enough to form singularities.) Scientists call them pulsars, because they often appear to telescopes as regularly pulsing light sources. Most spin far faster than normal stars, and their regular rotations can act like clocks ticking away in space. But a neutron star on its own won't typically spin fast enough to be a millisecond pulsar, the researchers wrote in the new study. Some external source of energy must kick the pulsar up to its rotational speed. That's why most millisecond pulsars turn up in binary systems. Astronomers believe that typically, a white dwarf collapses into a neutron star, then at some point down the line starts sucking a stream of matter off its binary twin. The energy from that stream of matter sets the neutron star spinning much faster than it did at birth. ••• ••• READ MORE IN COMMENTS👇🏼👇🏼👇🏼👇🏼 READ MORE IN COMMENTS👇🏼👇🏼👇🏼👇🏼 ••• What do you think of this?? Tag a Moons lover😍🌌.

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@assocopernic

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@astronomicro

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@astronomicro

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@science.adults

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@sciencefunn

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@sunshinecoastastronomy

Distance challenge! How far can you see? The most distant star you can see with the naked eye is about 3,000 light years away. Just 3% of the width of our galaxy. Come to our open night on August 31, and we will try to show you these four galaxies 65 MILLION light years away. There were still dinosaurs on the earth when this light started it’s journey! . . . . . . #astronomynerd #astronomyphotography #astronomyclass #backyardastronomy #astronomy #sunshinecoasthinterland #visitsunshinecoast #maleny #sunshinecoasttourism #darksky #astronomymaleny #astrography #astrophotography #visitqld #thisisqueensland #telescope #darkskyreserve #stars #planets

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@taucetistar

"ɪ'ᴍ sᴜʀᴇ ᴛʜᴇ ᴜɴɪᴠᴇʀsᴇ ɪs ғᴜʟʟ ᴏғ ɪɴᴛᴇʟʟɪɢᴇɴᴛ ʟɪғᴇ. ɪᴛ's ᴊᴜsᴛ ʙᴇᴇɴ ᴛᴏᴏ ɪɴᴛᴇʟʟɪɢᴇɴᴛ ᴛᴏ ᴄᴏᴍᴇ ʜᴇʀᴇ." ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ — ᴀʀᴛʜᴜʀ ᴄ. ᴄʟᴀʀᴋᴇ, sᴄɪᴇɴᴄᴇ ғɪᴄᴛɪᴏɴ ᴡʀɪᴛᴇʀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 🎨Artist:@nightwavesz 👀Tag someone who need to see this 🚀Follow @taucetistar for more! . . . . #deepspace #imagine #astronomyfacts #planets #spaceman #astronomyphotography #spacecraft #universe #space #astronaut #natgeospace #spacex #photoshop #spaceexploration #spacestation #astronomy #photoshopart #spaceshuttle #photoshopartwork #astronomylover #jupiter #earthfromspace #galaxies #spaceart #spaceporn #astronautlife #launchdsigns #digitalart #surrealart #abstractart

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@soniacilente

#31sfumaturedime e l’armonia. Sono in armonia con il mondo, con me stessa, con gli altri quando mi cade dalle mani il barattolo di brillantini e tutto s’illumina! #sognosoloacolori

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@starboy32285

When I got my telescope for Christmas, little did I know that the greatest joy it would bring me was not a connection to the stars, but rather a connection to an incredible community of true and supportive friends. To the (now over) 600 followers on this account, I am so grateful and humbled for your support. So to all my friends on IG, both current and the new ones I’ll make in the future, thank you so much. I appreciate every double tap and every comment! #astrofriends . This is the #crescentnebula from the first night I shot it in May. 160 x45” #zwo asi 178mc. Highpoint scientific reducer. . #celestron #telescopes #amateurphotography #astrophotography #astrophoto #astronomy #astronomyphotography #galaxy #space #stars #milkyway #clearskies #starrynights #nikon #skyatnight #photography #practice #stargazer #instagood #clouds #night #nature #universetoday #skywatcher #milkywaychasers #exposure #longexposure

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@galaxy.echoes

The Cat’s Eye Nebula. It looks like the star ejected its mass in a series of pulses at 1,500 years intervals; creating dust shells, which contain as much mass as all of the planets in our solar system combined. Image Credits: ©️ Hubble . . . #space #spaceships #spacescience #spacetravel #stars #starstuff #outerspace #galaxy #planets #constellations #nebula #cosmos #nasa #solarsystem #solareclipse #moon #stargazing #astronomy #astrophysics #astronaut #science #astronomyfacts #astronomers #astronomer #spaceexploration #astronomyphotography #astronomylover #astronomynerd #astrophotography #catseyenebula

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@galaxy.echoes

A nearby galaxy contains a star-forming region where some 200 hot, young, massive stars reside. The cool dust and warmer gas in this stellar nursery appear as the wispy structures in an optical. In between these filaments are giant voids that are filled with hot, X-ray-emitting gas. Image Credits: Nasa . . . #space #spaceships #spacescience #spacetravel #stars #starstuff #outerspace #galaxy #planets #constellations #nebula #nasa #solarsystem #solareclipse #moon #stargazing #astronomy #astrophysics #astronaut #science #astronomyfacts #astronomers #astronomer #spaceexploration #astronomyphotography #astronomylover #astronomynerd #astrophotography

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@galaxy.echoes

The Young Star Cluster Trumpler 14. This star has many bright stars because it is so young. Many cluster stars have formed only in the past 5 million years and are so hot they emit detectable X-rays. In older star clusters, most stars this young have already died -- typically exploding in a supernova -- leaving behind stars that are fainter and redder. Image Credit: NASA . . . #space #spaceships #spacescience #spacetravel #stars #starstuff #outerspace #galaxy #planets #constellations #nebula #nasa #solarsystem #solareclipse #moon #stargazing #astronomy #astrophysics #astronaut #science #astronomyfacts #astronomers #astronomer #spaceexploration #astronomyphotography #astronomylover #astronomynerd #astrophotography #youngstarcluster #supernova

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@galaxy.echoes

That bright blue star in the middle is one of the most mysterious stars, called Epsilon Aurigae. It’s classified as an eclipsing binary star; which means that it’s comprised of two stars and one of the stars is a lot darker than the other and is eclipsing the brighter star. Image credits: ©️ Equinoxx . . . #space #spaceships #spacescience #spacetravel #stars #starstuff #outerspace #galaxy #planets #constellations #nebula #nasa #solarsystem #solareclipse #moon #stargazing #astronomy #astrophysics #astronaut #science #astronomyfacts #astronomers #astronomer #spaceexploration #astronomyphotography #astronomylover #astronomynerd #astrophotography #flamingstar #epsilonaurigae

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@whatdamath

Recent study discovered several new types of pulsating #stars, unusual super hot stars that are only a fraction of the #sun and pulsate regularly⠀ https://buff.ly/2Mw6BTI⠀ ⠀ #astrophysics #astronomy #astronaut #astronomyphotography #deepsky #discovery #galaxy #hubble #nasa #outerspace #planet #planets #scifi #space #science #spaceart #spacepics #starstuff #spacetravel #stars #universe #cosmos #earth #blackhole #supernova

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@galaxy.echoes

The above nebula is known as Thor’s Helmet, its official name is NGC 2359. It’s located in the constellation Canis Major 15,000 light years away. Image credits: ©️ Sky Lemmon Observatory . . . #space #spaceships #spacescience #spacetravel #starstuff #outerspace #galaxy #planets #constellations #nebula #cosmos #nasa #solarsystem #solareclipse #moon #stargazing #astronomy #astrophysics #astronaut #science #astronomyfacts #astronomers #astronomer #spaceexploration #astronomyphotography #astronomylover #astronomynerd #astrophotography #thorshelmet #canismajor

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@galaxy.echoes

The 𝓒𝓪𝓵𝓲𝓯𝓸𝓻𝓷𝓲𝓪 𝓝𝓮𝓫𝓾𝓵𝓪 is an emission nebula located 1,000 light years away in the constellation perseus. Image credits: ©️ Deddy Dayag . . . #space #spaceships #spacescience #spacetravel #stars #starstuff #outerspace #galaxy #planets #constellations #nebula #cosmos #nasa #solarsystem #solareclipse #sun #moon #stargazing #astronomy #astrophysics #astronaut #science #astronomyfacts #astronomers #astronomer #spaceexploration #astronomyphotography #astronomylover #astronomynerd #astrophotography

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@thinkin_bbout_u_

#Repost @__merkabah__ • • • • • • #Repost @intospace0 • • • • • • The mechanism for gamma-ray bursts from space is decoded. Still many mysteries involving these bursts remained. Particularly puzzling was the question how the high energy radiation is produced. Last January a gamma-ray detector aboard NASA's Neil Gehrels Swift satellite detected GRB 190114C, a bright burst that took place 4.5 billion years ago in a distant galaxy. Following a trigger from Swift, the MAGIC telescope slewed toward the burst's location and detected extremely high energy photons (at TeV energies) coming from it. The ultra-high energy TeV photons, which were observed about 50 seconds after the prompt emission, in the so-called afterglow phase, were at least 10 times more energetic than the highest energy photons detected previously from any burst. By now only preliminary data of the MAGIC observations have been posted. Still, Prof. Evgeny Derishev combined these data with observations of lower energy (X-ray) photons carried out by the Neil Gehrels Swift and have shown that they reveal the details of the emission mechanism. The authors show that the observed radiation must have originated in a jet moving at 0.9999 the speed of light toward us. The high energy radiation observed by MAGIC was emitted by electrons accelerated to TeV energies within the jet. The emission process can also be identified: it is the so-called "inverse Compton mechanism" in which ultra-high energy electrons collide with low-energy photons and boost their energy. Remarkably the same relativistic electrons are also producing the low-energy "seed" photons via synchrotron radiation. The current detection suggests that many other such events will be detected in the future and will continue to shed light on this cosmic mystery. • • What do you think of this ?! Tag a Someone to read this😍🌌. • Discover the cosmos with us😍💫🔭 Follow us for more🙏🌌💖 @intospace0 @intospace0 . • • #gammaray #xray #blackhole #universe #space #cosmos #spacetime #starstuff #planets #nebula #constellations #outerspace #galaxia #galaxies #discover #explore #astronomy #astronomyphotography #astrology #nasa #telescope #spacex #hubble #ast

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@thinkin_bbout_u_

#Repost @__merkabah__ • • • • • • #Repost @intospace0 • • • • • • The mechanism for gamma-ray bursts from space is decoded. Still many mysteries involving these bursts remained. Particularly puzzling was the question how the high energy radiation is produced. Last January a gamma-ray detector aboard NASA's Neil Gehrels Swift satellite detected GRB 190114C, a bright burst that took place 4.5 billion years ago in a distant galaxy. Following a trigger from Swift, the MAGIC telescope slewed toward the burst's location and detected extremely high energy photons (at TeV energies) coming from it. The ultra-high energy TeV photons, which were observed about 50 seconds after the prompt emission, in the so-called afterglow phase, were at least 10 times more energetic than the highest energy photons detected previously from any burst. By now only preliminary data of the MAGIC observations have been posted. Still, Prof. Evgeny Derishev combined these data with observations of lower energy (X-ray) photons carried out by the Neil Gehrels Swift and have shown that they reveal the details of the emission mechanism. The authors show that the observed radiation must have originated in a jet moving at 0.9999 the speed of light toward us. The high energy radiation observed by MAGIC was emitted by electrons accelerated to TeV energies within the jet. The emission process can also be identified: it is the so-called "inverse Compton mechanism" in which ultra-high energy electrons collide with low-energy photons and boost their energy. Remarkably the same relativistic electrons are also producing the low-energy "seed" photons via synchrotron radiation. The current detection suggests that many other such events will be detected in the future and will continue to shed light on this cosmic mystery. • • What do you think of this ?! Tag a Someone to read this😍🌌. • Discover the cosmos with us😍💫🔭 Follow us for more🙏🌌💖 @intospace0 @intospace0 . • • #gammaray #xray #blackhole #universe #space #cosmos #spacetime #starstuff #planets #nebula #constellations #outerspace #galaxia #galaxies #discover #explore #astronomy #astronomyphotography #astrology #nasa #telescope #spacex #hubble #ast

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@insta_grag

NGC 7000 in SHO #apodgrag - 22 Agosto 2019 La Nebulosa Nord America è una nebulosa ad emissione visibile nella nella costellazione del Cigno, nei pressi della stella Deneb, che ne rappresenta la coda ed è l’astro più brillante della costellazione. La forma della nebulosa disegna il continente nordamericano, soprattutto la costa est, tra il Golfo del Messico e la Florida. l’autore evidenzia come questa sia la sua prima immagine ripresa in banda stretta con applicazione della cosiddetta Hubble palette. setup: – Apo astrograph TS 102mm at F/ 5.1 – asi 1600 mm cooled pro – AZ-EQ6 GT mount – 60 x 180s HA 6nm – 24 x 300s O3 6nm – 46 x 300s S2 6nm – total integration: 8 h 50 min – DOF: 11 x 101 x 0 treatment: pixinsight – Location: Ben Slimane Region, Morroco – date: 21. 22 and 27/07/2019 Autore: Kaeouach aziz #astronomy #astronomyphotography #astrophotography #astrophoto #astro_photography #universetoday #cosmos #igworldclub_astrophotography #ig_astrophotography #natgeospace #universe #astrofili #astronomia #astronomiaamatoriale #astrofoto #astrofotografia #fotografiaastronomica

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@astronomicro

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@thinkin_bbout_u_

#Repost @__merkabah__ • • • • • • #Repost @intospace0 • • • • • • China ready to bring back some more Moon rocks. Fifty years ago, when Apollo 11 blasted off from the Moon for its return to Earth, Moon-walkers Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin took with them 22 kilograms of rocks – the first in a trove of 382 kilograms that would be returned by the Apollo program in the next three years. Since then, nobody else has walked on the Moon, and the only other samples ever brought back were 301 grams of material collected in the 1970s by a trio of Soviet missions called Luna 16, Luna 20, and Luna 24. Early next year, however, China is poised to be the first to fill this gap, via a robotic mission designed to land on Mons Rümker, a sprawling volcanic ediface believed to contain some of the Moon’s youngest volcanic rocks. The mission, called Chang’e 5 (CE-5), is part of China’s Chang’e program, named for the ancient Chinese goddess of the moon. In 2018 and early 2019, CE-4 and a sister mission called Queqiao landed a rover on the far side of the Moon and positioned a communication satellite in an orbit high above the Moon’s far side, where it could relay communications from the rover back to Earth. (Radio signals cannot be beamed directly to Earth from the far side, because the Moon is in the way.) Upcoming missions, scheduled for later in the 2020s, are intended to bring back a second sample – this one from the Moon’s south polar region – and to practise 3D printing techniques on the Moon in the hope that they can be used to help construct a permanent robotic research station, Chunlai Li of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing and colleagues wrote last week in the journal Science. ••• ••• What do you think of this 🤔 💭? Tag someone to read this❤️😍 ••• Discover the Cosmos with us 🔭 💫 & Follow us for more💖🙏 @intospace0 @intospace0 @intospace0 ••• #earth #china #moon #blackhole #universe #space #cosmos #spacetime #stars #planets #solarsystem #nebula #interstellar #milkyway #constellations #outerspace #galaxies #discover #exploration #astronomy #astronomyphotography #astrology #nasa #telescope #hubble #astronaut #science #astrophysics #technology #spacetime

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@thinkin_bbout_u_

#Repost @__merkabah__ • • • • • • #Repost @intospace0 • • • • • • China ready to bring back some more Moon rocks. Fifty years ago, when Apollo 11 blasted off from the Moon for its return to Earth, Moon-walkers Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin took with them 22 kilograms of rocks – the first in a trove of 382 kilograms that would be returned by the Apollo program in the next three years. Since then, nobody else has walked on the Moon, and the only other samples ever brought back were 301 grams of material collected in the 1970s by a trio of Soviet missions called Luna 16, Luna 20, and Luna 24. Early next year, however, China is poised to be the first to fill this gap, via a robotic mission designed to land on Mons Rümker, a sprawling volcanic ediface believed to contain some of the Moon’s youngest volcanic rocks. The mission, called Chang’e 5 (CE-5), is part of China’s Chang’e program, named for the ancient Chinese goddess of the moon. In 2018 and early 2019, CE-4 and a sister mission called Queqiao landed a rover on the far side of the Moon and positioned a communication satellite in an orbit high above the Moon’s far side, where it could relay communications from the rover back to Earth. (Radio signals cannot be beamed directly to Earth from the far side, because the Moon is in the way.) Upcoming missions, scheduled for later in the 2020s, are intended to bring back a second sample – this one from the Moon’s south polar region – and to practise 3D printing techniques on the Moon in the hope that they can be used to help construct a permanent robotic research station, Chunlai Li of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing and colleagues wrote last week in the journal Science. ••• ••• What do you think of this 🤔 💭? Tag someone to read this❤️😍 ••• Discover the Cosmos with us 🔭 💫 & Follow us for more💖🙏 @intospace0 @intospace0 @intospace0 ••• #earth #china #moon #blackhole #universe #space #cosmos #spacetime #stars #planets #solarsystem #nebula #interstellar #milkyway #constellations #outerspace #galaxies #discover #exploration #astronomy #astronomyphotography #astrology #nasa #telescope #hubble #astronaut #science #astrophysics #technology #spacetime

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@thinkin_bbout_u_

#Repost @__merkabah__ • • • • • • #Repost @intospace0 • • • • • • NASA Probe Captures Insanely Gorgeous And Moody New Photos of Jupiter. There's something about Jupiter that mesmerizes those who gaze at it. It's intricate, dazzling clouds are a visual representation of the laws of nature that are hard to turn away from. And even though the Juno spacecraft has been at Jupiter for almost three years now, and has delivered thousands of images of the gas giant's colourful, churning clouds, we can't seem to satisfy our appetite. Kevin M. Gill is a software engineer at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Kevin created this beautiful image of Jupiter out of four images taken by the Juno spacecraft's JunoCam Imager. The Juno images were captured at heights between 8,600 and 18,600 km above Jupiter's cloud tops, during Juno's 20th science pass on 29 May 2019. Part of Juno's mission to Jupiter is centered around JunoCam. JunoCam is not a part of the spacecraft's scientific instrumentation. Rather, it was included just for we regular people, so we could gaze in awe at Jupiter. NASA posts all of the raw JunoCam images on their website, and invites people to process them to create a vast collection of beautiful images. • (Last image not real) • What do you think of this🤔 Tag a Jupiter lover 🥰☄️ • Discover the cosmos with us😍💫🔭 Follow us for more🙏🌌💖 @intospace0 @intospace0 . • • #jupiter #juno #amazing #blackhole #universe #space #cosmos #spacetime #starstuff #planets #nebula #constellations #outerspace #galaxies #discover #explore #astronomyphotography #astrology #nasa #telescope #esa #spacex #hubble #astronaut #science #astrophysics #technology #spacetravel #gas

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@thinkin_bbout_u_

#Repost @__merkabah__ • • • • • • #Repost @intospace0 • • • • • • NASA Probe Captures Insanely Gorgeous And Moody New Photos of Jupiter. There's something about Jupiter that mesmerizes those who gaze at it. It's intricate, dazzling clouds are a visual representation of the laws of nature that are hard to turn away from. And even though the Juno spacecraft has been at Jupiter for almost three years now, and has delivered thousands of images of the gas giant's colourful, churning clouds, we can't seem to satisfy our appetite. Kevin M. Gill is a software engineer at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Kevin created this beautiful image of Jupiter out of four images taken by the Juno spacecraft's JunoCam Imager. The Juno images were captured at heights between 8,600 and 18,600 km above Jupiter's cloud tops, during Juno's 20th science pass on 29 May 2019. Part of Juno's mission to Jupiter is centered around JunoCam. JunoCam is not a part of the spacecraft's scientific instrumentation. Rather, it was included just for we regular people, so we could gaze in awe at Jupiter. NASA posts all of the raw JunoCam images on their website, and invites people to process them to create a vast collection of beautiful images. • (Last image not real) • What do you think of this🤔 Tag a Jupiter lover 🥰☄️ • Discover the cosmos with us😍💫🔭 Follow us for more🙏🌌💖 @intospace0 @intospace0 . • • #jupiter #juno #amazing #blackhole #universe #space #cosmos #spacetime #starstuff #planets #nebula #constellations #outerspace #galaxies #discover #explore #astronomyphotography #astrology #nasa #telescope #esa #spacex #hubble #astronaut #science #astrophysics #technology #spacetravel #gas

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@thinkin_bbout_u_

#Repost @__merkabah__ • • • • • • #Repost @intospace0 • • • • • • NASA Probe Captures Insanely Gorgeous And Moody New Photos of Jupiter. There's something about Jupiter that mesmerizes those who gaze at it. It's intricate, dazzling clouds are a visual representation of the laws of nature that are hard to turn away from. And even though the Juno spacecraft has been at Jupiter for almost three years now, and has delivered thousands of images of the gas giant's colourful, churning clouds, we can't seem to satisfy our appetite. Kevin M. Gill is a software engineer at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Kevin created this beautiful image of Jupiter out of four images taken by the Juno spacecraft's JunoCam Imager. The Juno images were captured at heights between 8,600 and 18,600 km above Jupiter's cloud tops, during Juno's 20th science pass on 29 May 2019. Part of Juno's mission to Jupiter is centered around JunoCam. JunoCam is not a part of the spacecraft's scientific instrumentation. Rather, it was included just for we regular people, so we could gaze in awe at Jupiter. NASA posts all of the raw JunoCam images on their website, and invites people to process them to create a vast collection of beautiful images. • (Last image not real) • What do you think of this🤔 Tag a Jupiter lover 🥰☄️ • Discover the cosmos with us😍💫🔭 Follow us for more🙏🌌💖 @intospace0 @intospace0 . • • #jupiter #juno #amazing #blackhole #universe #space #cosmos #spacetime #starstuff #planets #nebula #constellations #outerspace #galaxies #discover #explore #astronomyphotography #astrology #nasa #telescope #esa #spacex #hubble #astronaut #science #astrophysics #technology #spacetravel #gas

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@contemporaryart_18

おやすみ ~ ・゚⛧•.° ° ° 'Connected' 💫 by @paul_wilson_images 📷✨🌟🎨 ° The Aurora is caused by solar wind reacting with the gas in our atmosphere, which creates the electrical wonder commonly known as The Southern Lights. The Large Magellanic cloud is visible as a faint "cloud" in the night sky of the southern hemisphere, and it appears from Earth to be a size of more than 20 times the width of the full moon.

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