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Milky Way / Voie Lactée 🔭🌀 - 🇬🇧 : Superb photos, I'm pretty happy, this morning at 4am math, I tried to photograph the Milky Way. but a lamppost destroyed all of my photos. So I used the files from @theastroshake who is on the web. . 🇫🇷 : Superbe photos, j'en suis plutôt content, ce matin à 4h du math, j'ai essayé de photographier la voie lacté. mais un lampadaire a détruit toutes mes photos. J'ai donc utilisé les fichiers de @theastroshake qui se trouve sur le web. - #space #univers #nebuleuse #astronogeek #photography #astrophoto #cielprofond #constellation #cosmique #galaxies #galaxy #planet #photoshop #lune #moon #telescope #telescopes #hubble #hubbletelescope #milkyway #voielactée

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The Sun in Hydrogen Alpha - Taken with a LUNT 80mm double stack refractor during an Econgreg live Twitch stream. Come join the fun and explore the beauty of the universe with us! (https://twitch.tv/econgreg) #astronomy #astrophotography #sunset #star #sunshine #galaxy #andromeda #stars #nightsky #telescope #telescopes #universe #RASA11 #celestron #zwo #twitch #twitchstream #econgreg #pics #photo #apod #science #luntsolarsystems #meadeinstruments #optcorp #opteam

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Markarian’s Chain of galaxies. Markarian’s Chain forms part of the Virgo galaxy cluster. When viewed from Earth, the galaxies lie along a smoothly curved line. Armenian astronomer Benjamin Markarian discovered these galaxies’ common motion in the early 1960s. American astronomer Fred Espenak captured this image. #astronomy #astronomia #astronomical #astronomiamemes #astronomi #astronomie #astronomía #astronomers #astronot #astronomyphotography #astronomyfacts #astronomyy #astronomylover #astronomer #astrophysics #astrophotography #astrophoto #astrophytum #astrophotos #astrophotographer #astrophotographie #astroprima #cosmology #cosmologia #cosmologist #cosmos #physics #galaxy #galaxylights #telescopes

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ALMA Spots Twinkling Heart of Milky Way. Astronomers using the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) found quasi-periodic flickers in millimeter-waves from the center of the Milky Way, Sagittarius (Sgr) A*. The team interpreted these blinks to be due to the rotation of radio spots circling the supermassive black hole with an orbit radius smaller than that of Mercury. This is an interesting clue to investigate space-time with extreme gravity. “It has been known that Sgr A* sometimes flares up in millimeter wavelength,” tells Yuhei Iwata, the lead author of the paper published in the Astrophysical Journal Letters and a graduate student at Keio University, Japan. “This time, using ALMA, we obtained high-quality data of radio-wave intensity variation of Sgr A* for 10 days, 70 minutes per day. Then we found two trends: quasi-periodic variations with a typical time scale of 30 minutes and hour-long slow variations.” Astronomers presume that a supermassive black hole with a mass of 4 million suns is located at the center of Sgr A*. Flares of Sgr A* have been observed not only in millimeter wavelength, but also in infrared light and X-ray. However, the variations detected with ALMA are much smaller than the ones previously detected, and it is possible that these levels of small variations always occur in Sgr A*. Credit @alma.observatory @naoj_pr #alma #almaobservatory #astronomy #astronomia #astronomical #astronomiamemes #astronomi #astronomie #astronomía #astronomers #astronot #astronomyphotography #astronomyfacts #astrophotography #astrophysics #astrophytum #astrophoto #astrophotos #astrophotographer #astrophile #astrophysicist #cosmology #cosmologia #cosmologist #telescopes #telescope #physics #physicsmemes #science #sciencefiction

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Try to break the laws of God if it is beneficial for Humans. 😍😇🔭🚀. : : : : Follow @science_fiction_7777 : : : : #law #tech #techno #technologynews #god #godisgood #trending #trend #scientist #astrophysics #cosmos #galaxysedge #multifandom #skyline #sky #telescopes #followforfollowback #foll #nature #humans #up #aeronautics #bbc

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After months on a waiting list, my ZWO ASIair Pro arrived this week. Tonight was my first chance to put it to work! This standalone Raspberry Pi computer doesn't have a screen, a keyboard, or a mouse, but it rides on top of my telescope, and in one software package, contains nearly all the functionality that 4 separate programs did for me previously on my laptop. Not only that, it also serves as a power hub for all my components, which means that now there's only one cable running to my rig (A/C power), which makes setup and teardown a breeze (all the other data and power cables stay mounted on the telescope), and reduces the chance of a cable snag to nearly zero. And it keeps my laptop inside, safe from the elements, which means I can collect data and process data at the same time! So if it doesn't have a screen or mouse, how do I control this computer? Well, with an iPad via WiFi! Get it all up and calibrated in the app, and then take the iPad inside and have a beer. My hope is that by adding a WiFi range extender, I'll be able to watch the pictures roll in while sitting on my couch.🙂 I'm very impressed so far. #zwo #highpointscientific #OPTeam #celestron #asiair #asiairpro #telescope #rasa #raspberrypi #astronomy #astrophotography #space #science #engineering #photographyislifee #nature #naturephotography #telescopes

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@gibsonpics sliding the roof off and getting the absolute unit 17” CDK telescope ready to do some astrophotography tonight at the @optcorp observatory!! What object should we shoot? (Around 2500mm focal length) 🤩🔭 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ #astrophotography #observatory #nightphotography #telescope #deepspace #nebula #galaxy #galaxies #nightscape #telescope #telescopes #opteam #nasa #spacex #space #stargazing #starry #griffithobservatory #galaxy #stars #nightscaper #milkywaychasers #milkyway #milkywaygalaxy #joshuatreenationalpark #joshuatree

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You, your girlfriend, and the guy she tells you not to worry about #astronomy #telescopes #sunsets #rooftop

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ESPECIAL 01: Falcon 9 e Crew Dragon. @universoaqui ------------------------------------------ O Falcon 9 é um foguete de dois estágios projetado e construído pela SpaceX no Estados Unidos. É movido pelos motores Merlin queimando oxigênio líquido e querosene refinado como propelentes. O foguete evoluiu através das versões v1.0, v1.1, v1.2. Ao contrário da maioria dos foguetes que são sistemas de lançamentos descartáveis, o Falcon 9 é parcialmente reutilizável, com o 1º estágio sendo capaz de reentrar na atmosfera e pousar verticalmente após se separar do 2º estágio. Este feito foi realizado pela primeira vez no voo 20 com a versão v1.2 em dezembro de 2015. A família Falcon foi projetada para oferecer avanços em termos de viabilidade, de custo ambiental de voo e de tempo de lançamento, medindo 54,9 metros de comprimento e 3,6 metros de largura (Empuxo de 6.804 kN), o Falcon 9 pode transportar cargas de até 22,8 mil Kg para a órbita terrestre baixa, 8,3 mil kg para a órbita de transferência geoestacionária no modo descartável, e 5,5 mil kg para a órbita geoestacionária se o primeiro estágio for recuperado, o que coloca o projeto do Falcon 9 na classe dos sistemas lançadores de médio porte. As paredes dos tanques são feitas de liga alumínio soldadas por processo de fricção (a técnica de soldagem mais moderna existente). São Nove motores Merlin no primeiro estágio e apenas um no segundo. A combinação Falcon 9 - Dragon venceu a concorrência para um dos contratos para o Commercial Resupply Services (CRS) da NASA, com o objetivo de reabastecer a Estação Espacial Internacional (ISS), também abre caminho na comercialização do espaço e pode abrir ainda mais o caminho do turismo espacial. ------------------------------------------ 🌎 Mais novidades: @universoaqui ------------------------------------------ #astronomia #universe #universo #astronomy #nasa #astrophotography #science #space #milkyway #astronaut #hubble #iss #astrophysics #spaceart #cosmology #universoaqui #interstellar #constellation #telescope #solarsystem #astro_photography_ #nightscaper #astronomy #nightscape #spacex #telescopes #space #astrofotografia #stars #astronauta #falcon9 #iss #bhfyp

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For this week's Takeover Sunday, we invited Jason Wiscovitch ( @astrobackyardutah ) to introduce himself and talk about a few of his astrophotos. ⁠ ⁠ The Whirlpool Galaxy - M51⁠ ⁠ The Whirlpool Galaxy, also known as Messier 51a, M51a, and NGC 5194, is an interacting grand-design spiral galaxy with a Seyfert 2 active galactic nucleus. It lies in the constellation Canes Venatici, and was the first galaxy to be classified as a spiral galaxy. ⁠ ⁠ M51 is my Spring/Summer project. I am collecting 30+hrs of data to make my first print. I have taken 88x300'' with the L-PRO and another 209x90'' with the L3 filters and will combine them for a "final"image, so stay tuned!⁠ ⁠ Date: 4/24/20⁠ ⁠ Equipment:⁠ Celestron Edge HD 8’ and .7x Celestron Focal Reducer ⁠ Sky-Watcher EQ6-R Pro Mount ⁠ ZWO ASIAIR, 294MC PRO COOLED, 120MM MINI, EAF, & OAG Optolong L-Pro Filter⁠ ⁠ Acquisition:⁠ 47x300''⁠ 30 Darks ⁠ 50 Flats⁠ Gain - 120⁠ Temp - -10c ⁠ Bortle 5⁠ ⁠ Processing:⁠ Stacked in DSS, Edited in PixInsight, Colors in Photoshop, DeNoise in Topaz⁠ ⁠ Would you like to be a part of our takeovers? Would you like to get featured? Be sure to use the hashtag #highpointscientific or tag us @highpointscientific and we'll check out your page.⁠ ⁠ #whirlpoolgalaxy #M51a #NGC5194 #astronomy #telescope #telescopes #astrophotography #deepsky #deepskyobject #deepskyphotography #amateurastronomy #amateurastrophotography#backyardastronomy #astrophoto #astrophotographer #skyatnight #astronomyphotography #earthofficial #astronomyphotography #natgeoyourshot #natgeoastrophotography #nightskyphotography#universetoday #fantasticuniverse

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Twilight telescope: Venus has dropped too low to view, not dark enough to see Mercury so messing about with a little light-painting man and my Meade Polaris! #astrophotography #astronomy #telescope #telescopes #lightpainting #lightpaintingphotography #nightphotography #twilightphotography #nightsky #silhouette

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🚀 Essa última semana de Maio de 2020 será marcada pelo fato histórico do 1º lançamento tripulado da SpaceX, iniciando uma nova era da corrida espacial, teremos uma semana dedicada em nosso Instagram com postagens sobre esse grande feito que marca a história Aeroespacial até o dia do seu Lançamento 27/05. Matérias exclusivas, informações e notícias para você que é amante da Astronomia. ------------------------------------------ MARQUE SEU AMIGO QUE AMA ASTRONOMIA E QUE NÃO PODE PERDER ESSE ESPECIAL DO UNIVERSO AQUI, TAMBÉM COMPARTILHE ESSE POST!!! ------------------------------------------ 🌎 Mais novidades: @universoaqui ------------------------------------------ #astronomia #universe #universo #astronomy #nasa #astrophotography #science #space #milkyway #astronaut #hubble #iss #astrophysics #spaceart #cosmology #universoaqui #falcon #constellation #telescope #solarsystem #astro_photography_ #nightscaper #astronomy #nightscape #spacex #telescopes #space #astrofotografia #falcon9 #moon #astronauta #iss #amazing

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For this week's Takeover Sunday, we invited Jason Wiscovitch ( @astrobackyardutah ) to introduce himself and talk about a few of his astrophotos. ⁠ ⁠ The Jellyfish Nebula - IC 443⁠ ⁠ IC 443 is a galactic supernova remnant in the constellation Gemini. On the plane of the sky, it is located near the star Eta Geminorum. Its distance is roughly 5,000 light years from Earth. IC 443 may be the remains of a supernova that occurred 3,000 - 30,000 years ago.⁠ ⁠ This was one of my first Hyperstar targets. I was trying to capture 4-5 targets in one night and was pleasantly surprised when I saw the light frames of IC 443. The detail really came out during post processing. This photo justified what I was doing with astrophotography. I knew getting into this, there is a lot to learn but when the stars align and you can capture and process images that you're proud of, it makes everything worth it!⁠ ⁠ Date: 3/12/20⁠ ⁠ Equipment:⁠ Celestron Edge HD 8’ and Hyperstar V4⁠ Sky-Watcher EQ6-R Pro Mount ⁠ ZWO ASIAIR, 294MC PRO COOLED & 120MM MINI⁠ Optolong L-Enhance Filter⁠ ⁠ Acquisition:⁠ 20x180'' ⁠ 30 Darks ⁠ 50 Flats⁠ Gain - 120⁠ Temp - -10c ⁠ Bortle 5⁠ ⁠ Processing:⁠ Stacked in DSS, Edited in PixInsight, Colors in Photoshop⁠ ⁠ Would you like to be a part of our takeovers? Would you like to get featured? Be sure to use the hashtag #highpointscientific or tag us @highpointscientific and we'll check out your page.⁠ ⁠ #jellyfishnebula #IC443 #astronomy #telescope #telescopes #astrophotography #deepsky #deepskyobject #deepskyphotography #amateurastronomy #amateurastrophotography#backyardastronomy #astrophoto #astrophotographer #skyatnight #astronomyphotography #earthofficial #astronomyphotography #natgeoyourshot #natgeoastrophotography #nightskyphotography#universetoday #fantasticuniverse

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Bike ride to Jodrell Bank 🚲 👽 #jodrellbank #raceforspace #telescopes #lovingthealien

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💠➡️ I will discuss about what is dark matter and dark energy is in the next post. 🔷According to physicist Dark matter and Dark energy is the biggest mystery Of the science. They are the key of the universe.💫 Follow @iam_avishekx for more.. #physics #science #nasa #esa #neildegrassetyson #stephenhawkings #oxford #cambridge #astronomy #astrophotography #astrophysics #astronomypicturesdaily #astro #spaceart #blackhole #sciencememe #galaxysedge #milkyways #telescopes

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Actual footage of me trying to figure out what radio interferometry is 🤪 • • • Jk it’s @megan_swanson and I figuring out my SII pitch over a YEAR ago 😱 • • But seriously, astronomy and physics are not my strong suit 😬😅 • • #prayforme #summerclasses #5weekstogo #telescopes #study #summerstudy

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Isn’t it weird that Messier 101 is so asymmetrical? You can thank that little dwarf galaxy down there on the right, it keeps on pulling on M101 spiral arms with its gravitational force. Mean little guy. M101 is a rather large spiral galaxy that is seen face-on. While difficult to see, it is an easy target for astrophotographers. We captured it with our DSLR camera and newtonian reflector several years ago. Make sure to visit our website gallery to see that version (or scroll down through our Instagram feed for hours until you find it). This new version was taken with the @meadeinstruments Meade 70mm APO refractor and our ZWO ASI 1600MM camera. We initially wanted to use our OSC camera for this but really wanted to had Hydrogen Alpha so went with the mono and grabbed everything in one night. Total integration times is 3.5 hours from a Bortle 2 zone. Visit galactic-hunter.com for a complete catalog of our astrophotography as well as videos of our adventures in the Nevada Desert. #astronomy #astrophotography #usa #lasvegas #nevada #photography #longexpo #astrophoto #nebula #astrofotografio #nightimages #nightphotography #space #stars #longexposure #galaxy #backyardastrophotography #ZWO #M101 #Nightsky #Messier101 #ASI1600MM #UrsaMajor #bigdipper #telescopes #astrophotographie #pixinsight #pinwheelgalaxy #pinwheel #OPTeam @OPTcorp @astronomypicturesdaily @zwoasi @photographingspace @universetoday

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The simple answer is NO in case you don't wana read the boring article 😆 Follow @wayoutnetwork 🌌 Follow @wayoutnetwork 🌌 Follow @wayoutnetwork 🌌 . No, NASA has not found a "parallel Universe". . The internet has done it again. Today it abounds with stories from tabloids like the New York Post, Express and the Daily Star—mostly quoting each other—that major on claims that NASA scientists have evidence that could prove the existence of parallel universes. It’s all way overblown and misrepresents what the research in question is about. Scientists actually found evidence (signals) of fundamental particles that may defy our current understanding of physics. It might even just be an issue with how particles interact with ice. . To be clear, there is zero evidence of what the Daily Star says is “a parallel universe, right next to ours, where all the rules of physics seem to be operating in reverse.” #spaceoverdose #space #spaceporn #nasa #nasaphoto #nasa🚀 #spaceart #spacepics #spacephotography #spacenews #spacefacts #spacebuns #spacejam #spacejam #purespace #spaceexploration #telescopes #telescope #wayout #wayoutnetwork #spaceart #spaceexploration #spacephotos #parallels #instaspace #paralleluniverse #chillininspace #spacechill

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Well astrophotography is hard and I don’t have the right equipment, but I managed to get out at 2am this morning with my telescope and saw Saturn and Jupiter, and 4 moons! Didn’t get any pics of Jupiter but check out the ole phone through the eyepiece photography! First time seeing Saturn with a telescope, awesome experience!! #telescope #telescopes #phoneastrophotography #astrophotography #space

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For this week's Takeover Sunday, we invited Jason Wiscovitch ( @astrobackyardutah ) to introduce himself and talk about a few of his astrophotos. ⁠ ⁠ I have been interested in Astronomy since I was 10 years old when I saw Saturn, Jupiter, and the Moon at Astro-Camp. I’ve had various telescopes growing up and have always wanted to photograph the cosmos. I finally did close to a year of research and pulled the trigger in November 2019. I love how what we see through a telescope happened thousands, if not millions of years ago. It really puts things into perspective of how big the universe is!⁠ ⁠ Please feel free to ask any questions in the comments below.⁠ ⁠ The Pinwheel Galaxy - M101⁠ ⁠ The Pinwheel Galaxy (also known as Messier 101, M101 or NGC 5457) is a face-on spiral galaxy distanced 21 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation Ursa Major.⁠ ⁠ This is my favorite image I've taken thus far. There was no cloud cover & the transparency and seeing were excellent. That added to my images being crisp and clear. Post-processing went smoothly and I was able to extract all the necessary colors to make M101 look this way.⁠ ⁠ Dates: 4/27/20 & 4/28/20⁠ ⁠ Equipment:⁠ Celestron Edge HD 8’ and .7x Celestron Focal Reducer ⁠ Sky-Watcher EQ6-R Pro Mount ⁠ ZWO ASIAIR, 294MC PRO COOLED, 120MM MINI, EAF, & OAG Optolong L-Pro Filter⁠ ⁠ Acquisition:⁠ 27x300'' and 79x300'' ⁠ 30 Darks ⁠ 50 Flats⁠ Gain - 120⁠ Temp - -10c ⁠ Bortle 5⁠ ⁠ Processing:⁠ Stacked in DSS, Edited in PixInsight, Colors in Photoshop, DeNoise in Topaz⁠ ⁠ Would you like to be a part of our takeovers? Would you like to get featured? Be sure to use the hashtag #highpointscientific or tag us @highpointscientific and we'll check out your page.⁠ ⁠ #pinwheelgalaxy #M101 #astronomy #telescope #telescopes #astrophotography #deepsky #deepskyobject #deepskyphotography #amateurastronomy #amateurastrophotography#backyardastronomy #astrophoto #astrophotographer #skyatnight #astronomyphotography #earthofficial #astronomyphotography #natgeoyourshot #natgeoastrophotography #nightskyphotography#universetoday #fantasticuniverse

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Have you ever seen a Meteor? Meteor rides the skies of Merauke, Papua, Indonesia. Facts about meteoroids👇🧠 . A meteoroid is a small rocky or metallic body in outer space. . Meteoroids are significantly smaller than asteroids, and range in size from small grains to one-meter-wide objects. Objects smaller than this are classified as micrometeoroids or space dust. Most are fragments from comets or asteroids, whereas others are collision impact debris ejected from bodies such as the Moon or Mars. When a meteoroid, comet, or asteroid enters Earth's atmosphere at a speed typically in excess of 20 km/s (72,000 km/h; 45,000 mph), aerodynamic heating of that object produces a streak of light, both from the glowing object and the trail of glowing particles that it leaves in its wake. This phenomenon is called a meteor or "shooting star". A series of many meteors appearing seconds or minutes apart and appearing to originate from the same fixed point in the sky is called a meteor shower. If that object withstands ablation from its passage through the atmosphere as a meteor and impacts with the ground, it is then called a meteorite . . An estimated 25 million meteoroids, micrometeoroids and other space debris enter Earth's atmosphere each day, which results in an estimated 15,000 tonnes of that material entering the atmosphere each year. . 🔎Via: @the.astronomy.daily & @spacephotos10 🎥Credit: kiregel /Twitter 👤Follow 👉 @spacelover.official 👥Tag someone who would like to see this😮☄️

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The Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) is an astronomical interferometer of radio telescopes in the Atacama desert of northern Chile. Captured in hard conditions to human body with the lack of oxygen for being at an altitude of 5000 meters and a cold temperature -20°, this picture features not only the Milky Way in a crystal sky, but also planet Saturn and a faint white light called the Zodiacal Light, coming up as a backlight behind the antenna of ALMA (DV-21) with12 meters in diameter, is catching the wavelengths from vast cold clouds in the interstellar space. This were the first tests to experiment the largest configuration that ALMA can support, with antennas spread over distances up to 16 km. The array thus simulates a giant, single telescope much larger than any that could actually be built. In fact, ALMA has a maximum resolution which is even better than that achieved, at visible wavelengths, by the Hubble Space Telescope. . . . Credits: @miguel_claro . Follow ➡️ @atomstalk  Follow ➡️ @atomstalk  Follow ➡️ @atomstalk . ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 👇Tag someone interested🔖⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ 📩 Save to watch this daily ⏰⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ 🤝 Share with the interested😃⁣ ⁣⁣ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ . . . #astronomyphotography #astronomyphotos #astronomylover #astronomylovers #telescopes #radiotelescope #atacamachile #atacamadesert #spacetelescope #spacephotos #spacephoto #spaceiscool #spacepics #spacephotography #spacelovers #spacelover #milkywaypics #milkywayphoto #milkyway #outerspace #saturn

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Planet: needs naming NASA eyeing Kepler: I've got it #kepler #brahe #telescopes #sun #space #planets #solarsystem #universe #newton #gravity #laws #motion #ellipse #orbit #optics

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TESS, abreviação para o telescópio caçador de EXOPLANETAS da NASA (Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite). Até 4 de abril de 2020, um total geral de 4241 exoplanetas em 3139 sistemas, com 691 sistemas tendo mais de um planeta, foram encontrados usando todos métodos de detecção. O telescópio espacial Kepler descobriu o incrível resultado de que, em média, todo sistema estelar tem um planeta ou planetas ao seu redor. O TESS dá o próximo passo: se os planetas estão em toda parte, vamos encontrar aqueles orbitando estrelas próximas, porque eles são os que podemos já agora observar com os telescópios terrestres e espaciais existentes, além de observar observa supernovas. A TESS foi lançada em um foguete da SpaceX, o Falcon 9, da base de lançamento SLC-40 na Estação da Força Aérea de Cabo Canaveral em 18 de abril 2018. Durante sua missão a TESS pesquisará 200 mil estrelas, o projeto tem como objetivo identificar pelo menos 50 exoplanetas rochosos - do tamanho da Terra ou maiores - próximos o suficiente para que suas atmosferas sejam analisadas pelo muito maior Telescópio Espacial, James Webb, que deve ser lançado em março 2021. A missão TESS capturou um evento raro que ocorre quando um buraco negro rasga uma estrela enquanto a consome, chamada de evento de perturbação de marés. Esse tipo de evento astronômico acontece uma vez a cada 10.000 a 100.000 anos em uma galáxia do tamanho da Via Láctea. ------------------------------------------ 🌎 Mais novidades: @universoaqui ------------------------------------------ #astronomia #universe #universo #astronomy #nasa #astrophotography #science #space #milkyway #astronaut #hubble #iss #astrophysics #spaceart #cosmology #universoaqui #interstellar #constellation #telescope #solarsystem #astro_photography_ #nightscaper #astronomy #nightscape #spacex #telescopes #space #astrofotografia #stars #moon #astronauta #iss #bhfyp

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JUAL Harga RP 1.250.000 Teropong Binocular Telescope USSR 8x30 Made in USSR KELENGKAPAN Seperti DiGambar Kondisi Bekas Karna Pemakaian Berminat dan Serius Silahkan WhatsApp Cek Profile SELAMAT DATANG Di Toko Kami Jual BARANG BEKAS Disini Banyak Pilihan Campur Silahkan diCek DAGANGAN SAYA Siapa Tau ada yg Cocok Yg diCARI Jangan Ragu SILAHKAN di ORDER Untuk WILAYAH JAKARTA Biar nggak Penasaran dan Banyak Pertanyaan SILAHKAN CEK LANGSUNG Cod LAMPU MERAH SUMUR BOR Cengkareng Barat jakarta Barat LUAR JAKARTA Bisa Diwakilkan SAUDARA/TEMAN Cek Kondisi Barang Kirim Bisa Seluruh Indonesia Ongkos Kirim Tanggung Pembeli SEBELUM TRANSAKSI Untuk Menghindari Salah Paham atau diRugikan Silahkan DIBACA dan Perhatikan GAMBAR DENGAN TELITI Bisa TUKER TAMBAH Batu Permata NATURAL BLUE SAPPHIRE RUBY ZAMBRUD MATA KUCING Jam Tangan Automatic JADUL Mati Atau Hidup Rolex Patek Phillipe Omega Cartier Montbanc Tagheur Mountblanc Chopard EBEL Universal Thudor Costantine St Dupont Guci EBEL Louis Vuitton Sunca Thermoelectric Cooler & Warmer Amplifier /Power Tabung Turntable Gramaphone Speaker Mcinthos Sansui Pioneer B&W Bose Marantz Reseach JBL Nakamichi Morel Roger Focal Rotel Mark Levinson Parasound Dll #telescope #telescopes #telescopeussr3x80 #vintagetelescope #teropong #teropongussr3x80 #jualteropong #barangantik #jualteropongussr3x80

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“These objects look like gas and behave like stars,” said co-author Andrea Ghez, UCLA’s Lauren B. Leichtman and Arthur E. Levine Professor of Astrophysics and director of the UCLA Galactic Center Group about a new class of bizarre objects with orbits ranging from about 100 to 1,000 years at the center of our galaxy, not far from the supermassive black hole called Sagittarius A* that look compact most of the time and stretch out when their orbits bring them closest to the black hole. Ghez’s research group identified an unusual object at the center of our galaxy in 2005, which was later named G1. In 2012, astronomers in Germany made a puzzling discovery of a bizarre object named G2 in the center of the Milky Way that made a close approach to the supermassive black hole in 2014. Ghez and her research team believe that G2 is most likely two stars that had been orbiting the black hole in tandem and merged into an extremely large star, cloaked in unusually thick gas and dust. Really Strange Signature “At the time of closest approach, G2 had a really strange signature,” Ghez said. “We had seen it before, but it didn’t look too peculiar until it got close to the black hole and became elongated, and much of its gas was torn apart. It went from being a pretty innocuous object when it was far from the black hole to one that was really stretched out and distorted at its closest approach and lost its outer shell, and now it’s getting more compact again.” “One of the things that has gotten everyone excited about the G objects is that the stuff that gets pulled off of them by tidal forces as they sweep by the central black hole must inevitably fall into the black hole,” said co-author Mark Morris, UCLA professor of physics and astronomy. “When that happens, it might be able to produce an impressive fireworks show since the material eaten by the black hole will heat up and emit copious radiation before it disappears across the event horizon.” #spaceoverdose #space #spaceporn #nasa #nasaphoto #nasa🚀 #spaceart #spacepics #spacephotography #spacenews #spacefacts #spacebuns #spacejam #spacejam #purespace #spaceexploration #telescopes #telescope #wayout #wayoutnetwork #spaceart

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Don't tell me the moon is shining; show me the glint of light on broken glass.” #art #artwork #selenophile🌛 #artcommunity #acrylicpainting #girl #moon #bright #colours #telescopes #artoftheday #artistsoninstagram #artquarantine

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The magnetic field is thought to be largely generated by an ocean of superheated, swirling liquid iron that makes up Earth’s the outer core 3000 km under our feet. Acting like the spinning conductor in a bicycle dynamo, it generates electrical currents and thus the continuously changing electromagnetic field. Other sources of magnetism come from minerals in Earth’s mantle and crust, while the ionosphere, magnetosphere and oceans also play a role. ESA’s constellation of three Swarm satellites is designed to identify and measure precisely these different magnetic signals. This will lead to new insight into many natural processes, from those occurring deep inside the planet, to weather in space caused by solar activity. Credit: ESA/ATG Medialab @esa_earth @europeanspaceagency #esa #earth #earthobservation #magnetic #astronomy #astronomia #astronomical #astronomiamemes #astronomer #astronomi #astronomie #astronomía #astronomyphotography #astronomyfacts #astrophysics #astrophotography #astrophytum #astrophoto #astrophotos #astrophotographer #cosmology #cosmologia #cosmologist #physics #physicsmemes #science #sciencefiction #physicsfun #telescopes #satellite

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It’s the 30th anniversary of the first launch of the Hubble Space Telescope! #books #science #space #telescopes #kodecast

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It was a wonderful experience to collaborate with the team at @icrargram (The International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research)! Explore the antenna sites in South Africa and Australia, read interesting facts, and watch informative videos! You can download the coloring sheet on our website: http://www.quivervision.com/coloring-packs/ #icrar

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The Veil nebula is a supernova remnant that came from a star that was about 20 times the size of our own sun. It exploded 10-20,000 years ago. The crazy thing is how truly violent and cataclysmic a supernova is. The nebula is 50 light-years across, which means that when this explosion happened anything within 50 light-years of that star was massively affected by the explosion. This is around 4 hours of data with my new Rokinon 135mm lens binned at 2x2 and using my Celestron AVX mount. This is only the hydrogen alpha, I plan to collect the Oiii soon and turn this one into a color image! #celestronrocks #celestron #milkywaygalaxy #nightimages #astrophotography #longexposure #nightphotography #astrophoto #night_excl #milkywaychasers #nightscaper #longexposure_shots #nightpics #astro_photography_ #milkyway #nightsky #nights_dreamworld #telescopes #universetoday

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Isso é HISTÓRICO, depois de 9 anos do último lançamento tripulado do solo Americano com o ônibus espacial Atlantis, a NASA em parceria com a SPACEX levará os astronautas Bob Behnken e Doug Hurley à Estação Espacial Internacional, isso marca também o primeiro lançamento tripulado da SPACEX (CEO Elon Musk). Eles viajarão a bordo da cápsula Crew Dragon, impulsionada pelo foguete Falcon 9, e devem chegar à Estação no dia seguinte. Hoje, 23 de Maio, foi realizado o ensaio da decolagem com os astronautas, dia 25 de Maio está programada mais uma revisão, realizada por funcionários da NASA e da SpaceX, já na quarta-feira 27 de Maio, a contagem regressiva da missão SpaceX Demo-2 da NASA rumo à Estação Espacial Internacional começa às 12h15 (horário local). O lançamento está previsto para as 16h33 (17h33, no horário de Brasília). Nesse período de 2011 à 2020 a NASA tem pego uma “carona” em veículo russo e isso não custa barato para a Nasa, tanto em termos financeiros quanto em orgulho nacional. Além de trajes inovadores e leves, a SpaceX inicia uma nova era de voos espaciais de baixo custo e visando a médio prazo a exploração espacial de uma forma mais rápida por empresas privadas. ------------------------------------------ 🌎 Mais novidades: @universoaqui ------------------------------------------ #astronomia #universe #universo #astronomy #nasa #astrophotography #science #space #milkyway #astronaut #hubble #iss #astrophysics #spaceart #cosmology #universoaqui #interstellar #constellation #telescope #solarsystem #astro_photography_ #nightscaper #astronomy #nightscape #spacex #telescopes #space #astrofotografia #moon #astronauta #falcon9 #falcon

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So this one of my first pictures with a new scope I just got. The Owl Nebula M97 was formed 8000 years ago when a central star expelled its outer gaseous layers. I’m not sure how much more I can pull out of this object, and I’m ready to move on to something else. Astro Physics 130 f/8 refractor WSI 683 camera Astrodon 3nm filters Nitrogen and Oxygen (20+ hours) #stars #owl #nebula #telescope #telescopes #astronomy #astrophotography #astro #gooutside #roanokeva #roanokevalley #starrynight #nightsky #nightskyphotography #quarantinelife

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I went to Mt. Pinos last night to look at the stars. What a view at 8,000 ft. People had some really cool telescopes set up. I just have a regular camera, but I should have some pictures/time lapses up later today. #nightsky #telescopes #outdoors, #beautiful #mtpinos #stars #astrophotography #night

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Art by @eurekartstudio ⭐️ I'd stay here all day and night. Wouldn't you?⁠ ⁠ Tag #ladieswhodesign for a chance to be featured.⁠ ⁠💌 Join our community: www.ladieswhodesign.com/newsletter (link in bio)⁠

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It's Setup Saturday! 🔭 Thank you @totallygraphic for hashtagging #highpointscientific in your photo! We love to see the different setups you all use to observe the skies! ⁠ ⁠ "Ready to image! Basic setup. No guiding, no dithering, no hassles, so far so good 🙂. I will add dithering when the warm weather finally arrives and if I can get more than 2 hours of data in one session 🙄⁠ ⁠ Camera: Canon 7DMII⁠ Scope: Tele Vue NP127is⁠ Mount: iOptron CEM60EC⁠ Laptop running backyardEOS"⁠ ⁠ 📷: @totallygraphic ⁠ ⁠ Be sure to hashtag #highpointscientific for a chance to be featured on our next Setup Saturday!⁠ ⁠ #televue #ioptron #astronomy #telescope #telescopes #astrophotography #deepsky #deepskyobject #amateurastronomy #amateurastrophotography#backyardastronomy #astrophoto #astrophotographer #skyatnight #astronomyphotography #earthofficial#universetoday #fantasticuniverse

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Allan Hills 84001 ou ALH 84001 é um meteorito encontrado na Antártida em 1984 pelo projeto ANSMET. Inicialmente havia sido classificado como um corpo de origem Vesta (segundo maior asteroide do Sistema Solar e o principal corpo da família Vesta), mas em 1993 foi reclassificado como meteorito como marciano. Imaginamos que ele saiu de Marte após um grande impacto. Estudos de isótopos radioativos produzidos pela radiação cósmica durante sua jornada sideral, apontam para um tempo de exposição de 16 a 17 milhões de anos, tempo admitido em que a rocha viajou pelo espaço até cair na Terra. O tempo em que o meteorito ficou preso no gelo foi calculado através de datação por radiocarbono e estimada em 13.000 anos. O mais interessante do meteorito é que estudos da época que ele trazia vestígios de vida antiga marciana, com estruturas microscópicas semelhantes a bactérias em forma de fóssil com tamanhos de que variavam de 20 a 100 nanômetros, ideia não muito aceita até hoje. Sua massa é de 1,93 kg. ------------------------------------------ 🌎 Mais novidades: @universoaqui ------------------------------------------ #astronomia #universe #universo #astronomy #nasa #astrophotography #science #space #milkyway #astronaut #hubble #iss #astrophysics #spaceart #cosmology #universoaqui #interstellar #constellation #telescope #solarsystem #astro_photography_ #nightscaper #astronomy #nightscape #spacex #telescopes #space #astrofotografia #stars #moon #astronauta #esa #iss

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Researchers using China's new Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical radio Telescope (FAST), the largest single-dish scope in the world, are piecing together a technological strategy to carry out a major and sweeping search for extraterrestrial intelligence (SETI). What if China someday announces that this hunt has been successful? How would such a claim be verified, and what might the consequences be? And could an unofficial international SETI race already be underway? Space.com asked several SETI authorities to flesh out the implications of China being the first nation to get a ping from ET. "The FAST telescope may give China a powerful means of transmitting radio signals that might be detected by an extraterrestrial civilization," Michaud said. In his 2008 novel "The Three-Body Problem," award-winning Chinese science-fiction writer Cixin Liu painted a dark picture of what such messaging extraterrestrial intelligence (METI) signals could mean for humankind, Michaud said. READ FULL ON SPACE.COM #spaceoverdose #space #spaceporn #nasa #nasaphoto #nasa🚀 #spaceart #spacepics #spacephotography #spacenews #spacefacts #spacebuns #spacejam #spacejam #purespace #spaceexploration #telescopes #telescope #wayout #spaceart #spaceexploration #spacephotos #et #aliens👽 #aliensarereal #aliensky #alienday #aliens #aliensexist #alienspecies

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⁣⁣Tag the friend you want to see this photo. 🌑 ⁣⁣Are you ready to explore every angle of Nature 🌍 ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣Image credit: @egzonbytyqiphoto

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Auroras are the result of disturbances in the magnetosphere caused by solar wind. These disturbances are sometimes strong enough to alter the trajectories of charged particles in both solar wind and magnetospheric plasma. These particles, mainly electrons and protons, precipitate into the upper atmosphere. These particles were taken in Talkeetna, AK. Sony A7S2 Rokinon 35mm Benro Mach3 #galaxy #galaxies #galaxias #constellation #interstellar #telescope #moon #telescopes #nasabeyond #deepskyobject #deepspace #spacephotography #astrophotographer #astro_photography_ #astronomyphotos #astronomie #astronomer #youresa #auroraborealis #theosidermag #aurora #universetoday #alaska #amateurastrophotographyezine #highpointscientific #opteam #oceansidephotographer #moon_of_the_day #solareclipse #bealpha

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Do you love Uranus ❤? . Follow @spacelover.official for more ❤️ . Jaw dropping near-infrared view of Uranus shows rings and its brightest Moons! ✨ 🔭 Titanial, Umbriel, Portia, Miranda, Puck, Ariel and Oberon 🔭 . 🔎Via- @theourspace Capture Date:  November 19, 2002. Image credit: ESO

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Happy Saturday! This weekend we've got 5 fun facts about the Cat’s Eye Nebula.⁠ ⁠ 1. ⁠The Cat’s Eye Nebula, also known as NGC 6543, lies approximately 3,300 light-years away from Earth in the constellation Draco.⁠ ⁠ 2. ⁠The Cat’s Eye Nebula is sometimes known as the Sunflower Nebula or the Snail Nebula.⁠ ⁠ 3. The Cat’s Eye Nebula was the first planetary nebula whose spectrum was investigated, demonstrating that planetary nebulae were gaseous and not stellar in nature.⁠ ⁠ 4. The Cat’s Eye is one of the most structurally complex nebulae known. It was formed around 1,000 years ago when a hot, bright central star expelled its outer envelope.⁠ ⁠ 5. Over the next several thousand years, the Cat’s Eye Nebula will gradually disperse and the progenitor star will eventually cool down and become a white dwarf.⁠ ⁠ How many of these fun facts did you know? Got any more for us? Leave them down in the comments below. Also, feel free to tag @highpointscientific for a chance to have your picture featured.⁠ ⁠ 📷: ⁠@mutlu_turk1⁠ ⁠ #catseyenebula #nebula #constellation #astronomy #telescope #telescopes #astrophotography #deepsky #deepskyobject #deepskyphotography #amateurastronomy #amateurastrophotography#backyardastronomy #astrophoto #astrophotographer #skyatnight #astronomyphotography #longexposure #longexpo #longexposureoftheday #longexposures #longexposurephotography #earthofficial #astronomyphotography #natgeoyourshot #natgeoastrophotography #nightskyphotography#universetoday #fantasticuniverse

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Zeta Oph: Runaway Star🌠Comment your favorite thing about this image🔭 ⠀ ⠀ Like a ship plowing through cosmic seas, runaway star Zeta Ophiuchi produces the arcing interstellar bow wave or bow shock seen in this stunning infrared portrait. In the false-color view, bluish Zeta Oph, a star about 20 times more massive than the Sun, lies near the center of the frame, moving toward the left at 24 kilometers per second. Its strong stellar wind precedes it, compressing and heating the dusty interstellar material and shaping the curved shock front. What set this star in motion? Zeta Oph was likely once a member of a binary star system, its companion star was more massive and hence shorter lived. When the companion exploded as a supernova catastrophically losing mass, Zeta Oph was flung out of the system. About 460 light-years away, Zeta Oph is 65,000 times more luminous than the Sun and would be one of the brighter stars in the sky if it weren't surrounded by obscuring dust. The image spans about 1.5 degrees or 12 light-years at the estimated distance of Zeta Ophiuchi. Last week, NASA placed the Spitzer Space Telescope in safe mode, ending its 16 successful years of studying our universe. ⠀ Are you ready to discover the wonders of the universe🔭 Follow @needspacemedia ⠀ Photo Credit: NASA, JPL-Caltech, Spitzer Space Telescope ⠀ #universe #nasa #astronaut #astronomy #astro_photography #orion #spacetravel #stargazing #astrophoto #blackhole #hubble #hubbletelescope #natgeospace #solarsystem #astrography #astro_photography #supernova #spacetime #spaceexploration #astroglore #astronautlife #spaceporn #spacepics #supernovas #telescopes #astrophotos #nasabeyond #igworldclub_astrophotography #spacephotography #astroimage

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A dead stars ghostly glow 🐉 Astronomers discovered a real "tell-tale heart" in space, 6,500 light-years from Earth. The "heart" is the crushed core of a long-dead star, called a neutron star, which exploded as a supernova and is now still beating with rhythmic precision. Evidence of its heartbeat are rapid-fire, lighthouse-like pulses of energy from the fast-spinning neutron star. The stellar relic is embedded in the center of the Crab Nebula, the expanding, tattered remains of the doomed star. Image taken from: NASA and ESA, Acknowledgment: M. Weisskopf/Marshall Space Flight Center . . . . . . #astronomy #planets #solarsystem #astronomylover #astrophysics #telescopes #spacetravel #nightlife #starrysky #nightlife #space #wondersoftheworld #earthday #earth #earthdayeveryday #earthfocus #earthpics #earthcapture🌎 #earthportraits #f4f #followforfollow #l4l #green #greenaesthetic

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Telescope pics📸 #photography #telescopes

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O incrível formato de seis lados conhecido como hexágono polar norte de Saturno é mostrado nesta colorida imagem da Cassini. Encontrado pela primeira vez nas imagens aéreas de saída da Voyager na década de 1980 , a característica bizarra e duradoura ligada à rotação do planeta tem cerca de 30.000 quilômetros de diâmetro. No centro, encontra-se a tempestade polar norte do gigante paneta gasoso em forma de furacão. Um novo estudo dos dados da Cassini encontrou um notável vórtice de altitude mais alta, exatamente igual aos contornos do hexágono polar norte, formado quando o verão se aproximava do hemisfério norte do planeta e parece atingir centenas de quilômetros acima dos topos de nuvens mais profundos, na estratosfera de Saturno. Crédito da imagem: NASA, JPL-Caltech, Instituto de Ciências Espaciais, Hampton University #astronomia #astronomy #nasa #space #universo #astrophotography #universe #science #ciencia #moon #cosmos #astronom #astrofisica #astro #sica #telescopes #stars #astrofotografía #fisica #sistemasolar #astrophysics #telescopio #estrellas #nightsky #galaxy #spacex #photography #astrophoto #spazio #planetas

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Sunflower Galaxy - M63 🔭🌀 - 🇫🇷 : M63 ou Galaxie du Tournesol est découverte en 1779 par Pierre Méchain, et classée la même année par Charles Messier dans son catalogue. Sa structure en forme de spirale a été découverte par Lord Ross au milieu du XIXᵉ. - 🇬🇧 : M63 or sunflower galaxy was discovered in 1779 by Pierre Méchain, and classified the same year by Charles Messier in his catalog. Its spiral-shaped structure was discovered by Lord Ross in the middle of the 19th century - Rayon : 49 000 années-lumière . Coordonnées : 13h 15m 49.27385s . Étoiles : 400 milliards . Constellation : Chiens de chasse . Dimension apparente : 7,2′–12,6′ . Taille apparente (V) : 12′.6 × 7′.2 - "Not my data" - #space #univers #nebuleuse #astronogeek #photography #astrophoto #cielprofond #constellation #cosmique #galaxies #galaxy #planet #photoshop #lune #moon #telescope #telescopes #hubble #hubbletelescope #m51

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Dbl-👆 to Like; Follow @WhatsUp_InSpace; Click (more) ➡️ to Read⁣ ~=~⁣ NASA Explore - The Solar System ~=~⁣ I really like this series of posters produced by NASA, and will spend the next few days displaying my favourite ones, curated on this Instagram feed. You can go to NASA's website (link in the images) to find high-quality versions of these files which you can print off yourself at home or use as background/wallpaper images on your favourite device. ~=~⁣ 👉This post is part of the:⁣ #WhatsUpInSpace_Collections collection⁣ ~=~⁣ 👉🏿@WhatsUp_InSpace | #WhatsUpInSpace⁣ ~=~⁣ 👉🏻@NewsUp_InSpace | #NewsUpInSpace⁣ ~=~ 📡⁣ 🛰️⁣ 👾⁣ 👨‍🚀⁣ 🔭⁣ 👩‍🚀⁣ {HashTags}⁣ #NASA #OurSolarSystem #SolarSystem #TheSolarSystem #NASAExplores #Explore #Astronomy #AstroPhysics #TheSun #Sun #ThePlanets #Planets #DeepSpace #Telescopes #SpaceTraveler #Exploration #SpaceExploration #Space #Cosmos #Cosmology #Science #Physics #SpacePics #AstronomyPics #astronomynerd ⁣ 🛸⁣ {AtTags}⁣ @NASA @NASAGoddard ⁣ If you'd like to support what @WhatsUp_InSpace, help it Grow, and allow us to make more content for You, please: ⁣ ⁣ • ♥️⁣ • 💬Comment⁣ • @ your friends⁣ • 🔖Save⁣ • 🔔Clicking on the @WhatsUp_InSpace profile & turn on 'Notify'⁣ • 📨Share our posts to your own stories⁣ ⁣ You may also be interested in checking out and following our sister-site, @NewsUp_InSpace for new space news in the news!⁣ ⁣ Regards and Love,⁣ - StevenBee

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Telescope pics📸 #photography #telescopes

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A team of researchers at the University of Tokyo has revealed tantalizing details about Mars' seismic activity for the very first time in one new study. These results could make or break theories surrounding the Red Planet's origins and provide details about its composition. The fourth rock from the sun might be one of the closest worlds to us — swinging between distances of 34 million and 249 million miles (55 million and 400 million kilometers), dependent on its position and Earth's position relative to our star — but it is often much safer and less expensive to investigate the Red Planet through simulations on Earth, rather than launch a spacecraft. No one knew this more than Keisuke Nishida, an assistant professor at the University of Toyko's Department of Earth and Planetary Science, and his team, who delved deep into the Red Planet by mimicking the conditions in the planet's uppermost core with the help of a molten iron-sulfur alloy, which they brought to a scorching melting-point temperature of 2,732 degrees Fahrenheit (1,500 degrees Celsius). . Read full on SPACE.COM #spaceoverdose #space #spaceporn #nasa #nasaphoto #nasa🚀 #spaceart #spacepics #spacephotography #spacenews #spacefacts #spacebuns #spacejam #spacejam #purespace #spaceexploration #telescopes #telescope #wayout #wayoutnetwork #spaceart #spaceexploration #spacephotos #photosoftheweek #instaspace #highres #chillininspace #spacechill

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