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Anyone fancy a trip? I do! Looks amazing 🙂 #trappist1 #7planets #ioa #cambridge #solarsystem #telescope #astronomy #instituteofastronomy
Perfect sky weather but so much light pollution that not even the Milky Way was visible good enough... so, after a disappointing photo session at least some short star trails where possible. 
#startrail #startrails #startrailchasers #nightsky #night #astronomy #astrophotography #lightpollution #nx300 #samsungnx #fisheye #universetoday #starstax
The eye 
#Repost from @nasa with @regram.app ... [ARTIST CONCEPT] Some 290 million years ago, a star much like the sun wandered too close to the central black hole of its galaxy. Intense tides tore the star apart, which produced an eruption of optical, ultraviolet and X-ray light that first reached Earth in 2014. Now, a team of scientists using observations from our Swift satellite have mapped out how and where these different wavelengths were produced in the event, named ASASSN-14li, as the shattered star's debris circled the black hole.

This artist's rendering shows the tidal disruption event named ASASSN-14li, where a star wandering too close to a 3-million-solar-mass black hole was torn apart. The debris gathered into an accretion disk around the black hole. 
Credit: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center

#nasa #space #nasabeyond #blackhole #swift #astronomy #galaxy #science
The eye #Repost  from @nasa with @regram.app ... [ARTIST CONCEPT] Some 290 million years ago, a star much like the sun wandered too close to the central black hole of its galaxy. Intense tides tore the star apart, which produced an eruption of optical, ultraviolet and X-ray light that first reached Earth in 2014. Now, a team of scientists using observations from our Swift satellite have mapped out how and where these different wavelengths were produced in the event, named ASASSN-14li, as the shattered star's debris circled the black hole. This artist's rendering shows the tidal disruption event named ASASSN-14li, where a star wandering too close to a 3-million-solar-mass black hole was torn apart. The debris gathered into an accretion disk around the black hole. Credit: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center #nasa  #space  #nasabeyond  #blackhole  #swift  #astronomy  #galaxy  #science 
Jupiter with it's 4 main Moons Callisto, Io, Europa and Ganymede. Was quite windy so it wasn't  a the clearest photo.
Taken Beachy Head, Eastbourne. 
#jupiter #moons #planet #ganymede #io #europa #callisto #instaphoto #astronomy #astronomer #loveastronomy #astro #nightsky #astrophotography #stargazing #solarsystem #universe #space #cosmic #cosmos #nature #sky #telescope #canon70d #canon #70d #dslr #london #photography
Watchtower of Groningen. 
So this was moments before my battery died. Finally figured out the best aperture, ISO and shuttertime. Loved this shot when I made it, for sure will return to make a better one. It was #cold but totally #worthit.

#astrography #stars #starwatching #photography #tower #star #astro #astronomy #astrophotography #nightpics #nightsky #planets #aliens #nightclouds #travel #travelling #groningen #netherlands #onlyhillofgroningen #nice #canon #canon50d #aperture #sky #night #cassiopia #constellation
Watchtower of Groningen. So this was moments before my battery died. Finally figured out the best aperture, ISO and shuttertime. Loved this shot when I made it, for sure will return to make a better one. It was #cold  but totally #worthit . #astrography  #stars  #starwatching  #photography  #tower  #star  #astro  #astronomy  #astrophotography  #nightpics  #nightsky  #planets  #aliens  #nightclouds  #travel  #travelling  #groningen  #netherlands  #onlyhillofgroningen  #nice  #canon  #canon50d  #aperture  #sky  #night  #cassiopia  #constellation 
@Regrann from @nasa - [ARTIST CONCEPT] Some 290 million years ago, a star much like the sun wandered too close to the central black hole of its galaxy. Intense tides tore the star apart, which produced an eruption of optical, ultraviolet and X-ray light that first reached Earth in 2014. Now, a team of scientists using observations from our Swift satellite have mapped out how and where these different wavelengths were produced in the event, named ASASSN-14li, as the shattered star's debris circled the black hole.

This artist's rendering shows the tidal disruption event named ASASSN-14li, where a star wandering too close to a 3-million-solar-mass black hole was torn apart. The debris gathered into an accretion disk around the black hole. 
Credit: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center

#nasa #space #nasabeyond #blackhole #swift #astronomy #galaxy #science - #regrann
@Regrann from @nasa - [ARTIST CONCEPT] Some 290 million years ago, a star much like the sun wandered too close to the central black hole of its galaxy. Intense tides tore the star apart, which produced an eruption of optical, ultraviolet and X-ray light that first reached Earth in 2014. Now, a team of scientists using observations from our Swift satellite have mapped out how and where these different wavelengths were produced in the event, named ASASSN-14li, as the shattered star's debris circled the black hole. This artist's rendering shows the tidal disruption event named ASASSN-14li, where a star wandering too close to a 3-million-solar-mass black hole was torn apart. The debris gathered into an accretion disk around the black hole. Credit: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center #nasa  #space  #nasabeyond  #blackhole  #swift  #astronomy  #galaxy  #science  - #regrann 
Date: 22/03/1995 | Location: Earth | Event: Cosmonaut Valeri Polyakov returns to earth after setting a record of 438 days in space. #earth #cosmonaut #valeri #polyakov #438 #days #space #astronomy #science #history
❤👁❤ #Fullspacex #Repost @thehubblescope -  The Helix Nebula in Infrared
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"I rejoiced greatly that I found of thy children walking in truth, as we have received a commandment from the Father."
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What makes this cosmic eye look so red? Dust. The featured image from the robotic Spitzer Space Telescope shows infrared light from the well-studied Helix Nebula (NGC 7293) a mere 700 light-years away in the constellation of the Water Carrier Aquarius. The two light-year diameter shroud of dust and gas around a central white dwarf has long been considered an excellent example of a planetary nebula, representing the final stages in the evolution of a Sun-like star. But the Spitzer data show the nebula's central star itself is immersed in a surprisingly bright infrared glow. Models suggest the glow is produced by a dust debris disk. Even though the nebular material was ejected from the star many thousands of years ago, the close-in dust could have been generated by collisions in a reservoir of objects analogous to our own solar system's Kuiper Belt or cometary Oort cloud. Had the comet-like bodies formed in the distant planetary system, they would have survived even the dramatic late stages of the star's evolution.
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#amazing #astronomy #beauty #chandra #bible #bibletext #nasabeyond #constellation #creation #galaxy #hubble #hubbletelescope #interstellar #nature #nasa #cosmos #hubblehangout #space #universe #scripture #naturelovers #cosmology #science #Fullspacex
❤👁❤ #Fullspacex  #Repost  @thehubblescope - The Helix Nebula in Infrared . "I rejoiced greatly that I found of thy children walking in truth, as we have received a commandment from the Father." . What makes this cosmic eye look so red? Dust. The featured image from the robotic Spitzer Space Telescope shows infrared light from the well-studied Helix Nebula (NGC 7293) a mere 700 light-years away in the constellation of the Water Carrier Aquarius. The two light-year diameter shroud of dust and gas around a central white dwarf has long been considered an excellent example of a planetary nebula, representing the final stages in the evolution of a Sun-like star. But the Spitzer data show the nebula's central star itself is immersed in a surprisingly bright infrared glow. Models suggest the glow is produced by a dust debris disk. Even though the nebular material was ejected from the star many thousands of years ago, the close-in dust could have been generated by collisions in a reservoir of objects analogous to our own solar system's Kuiper Belt or cometary Oort cloud. Had the comet-like bodies formed in the distant planetary system, they would have survived even the dramatic late stages of the star's evolution. . #amazing  #astronomy  #beauty  #chandra  #bible  #bibletext  #nasabeyond  #constellation  #creation  #galaxy  #hubble  #hubbletelescope  #interstellar  #nature  #nasa  #cosmos  #hubblehangout  #space  #universe  #scripture  #naturelovers  #cosmology  #science  #Fullspacex 
WHAT A BEAUTY 😍
#Repost @nasa with @repostapp
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[ARTIST CONCEPT] Some 290 million years ago, a star much like the sun wandered too close to the central black hole of its galaxy. Intense tides tore the star apart, which produced an eruption of optical, ultraviolet and X-ray light that first reached Earth in 2014. Now, a team of scientists using observations from our Swift satellite have mapped out how and where these different wavelengths were produced in the event, named ASASSN-14li, as the shattered star's debris circled the black hole.

This artist's rendering shows the tidal disruption event named ASASSN-14li, where a star wandering too close to a 3-million-solar-mass black hole was torn apart. The debris gathered into an accretion disk around the black hole. 
Credit: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center

#nasa #space #nasabeyond #blackhole #swift #astronomy #galaxy #science
WHAT A BEAUTY 😍 #Repost  @nasa with @repostapp ・・・ [ARTIST CONCEPT] Some 290 million years ago, a star much like the sun wandered too close to the central black hole of its galaxy. Intense tides tore the star apart, which produced an eruption of optical, ultraviolet and X-ray light that first reached Earth in 2014. Now, a team of scientists using observations from our Swift satellite have mapped out how and where these different wavelengths were produced in the event, named ASASSN-14li, as the shattered star's debris circled the black hole. This artist's rendering shows the tidal disruption event named ASASSN-14li, where a star wandering too close to a 3-million-solar-mass black hole was torn apart. The debris gathered into an accretion disk around the black hole. Credit: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center #nasa  #space  #nasabeyond  #blackhole  #swift  #astronomy  #galaxy  #science 
#Rensta #Repost: @bosplanet via @renstapp ···
“ Raw footage of Jupiter from Voyager 1 (1979) 😮😧😨😱 🎥 @nasajpl" Soon our astronomy tours in Colombia, a new way of traveling🌑

#astronomy #space #jupiter #voyager1 #carlsagan #solarsystem #cosmos #astrophysics #spacetravel #interstellar #milkyway ” #pianeti #universo #misterio #astronomynerd #astronomyclass #observation #tour #viaggio #tourism #turista #wanderlust
This is gorrrrrgeous 
#Repost @nasa
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[ARTIST CONCEPT] Some 290 million years ago, a star much like the sun wandered too close to the central black hole of its galaxy. Intense tides tore the star apart, which produced an eruption of optical, ultraviolet and X-ray light that first reached Earth in 2014. Now, a team of scientists using observations from our Swift satellite have mapped out how and where these different wavelengths were produced in the event, named ASASSN-14li, as the shattered star's debris circled the black hole.

This artist's rendering shows the tidal disruption event named ASASSN-14li, where a star wandering too close to a 3-million-solar-mass black hole was torn apart. The debris gathered into an accretion disk around the black hole. 
Credit: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center

#nasa #space #nasabeyond #blackhole #swift #astronomy #galaxy #science
This is gorrrrrgeous #Repost  @nasa ・・・ [ARTIST CONCEPT] Some 290 million years ago, a star much like the sun wandered too close to the central black hole of its galaxy. Intense tides tore the star apart, which produced an eruption of optical, ultraviolet and X-ray light that first reached Earth in 2014. Now, a team of scientists using observations from our Swift satellite have mapped out how and where these different wavelengths were produced in the event, named ASASSN-14li, as the shattered star's debris circled the black hole. This artist's rendering shows the tidal disruption event named ASASSN-14li, where a star wandering too close to a 3-million-solar-mass black hole was torn apart. The debris gathered into an accretion disk around the black hole. Credit: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center #nasa  #space  #nasabeyond  #blackhole  #swift  #astronomy  #galaxy  #science 
Revision notes in progress... tell me what you think?
Revision notes in progress... tell me what you think?
Shooting #jupiter #solarsystem #planet #astronomy #astrophotography #telescope #skywatcher not #blackandwhitephotography anymore. Had a windy weather, couldn't do sharper image
You are small, and only large when you learn to love yourself. 
#stars #astronomy #space #love #vocab
space marble catching some sun. Available @ www.pathwaysart.com !! Thanks for looking!⠀✌🏻️✌🏻️
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#marble #420 #goodvibes #710 #headyglass #glassofig #bestofglass #loveisallyouneed #artlife #pathways #handmade #space #weshouldsmoke #spacey #joyful #nasa #hippy #hippie #torchlife #lampworking #glassart #astronomy #spacey #space #astrology #blackhole #planet #earth #spaceballs #marley
Pada hari Rabu,22 Maret 2017 Siswa-Siswi MAN 22 Jakarta kelas 11,mengikuti Wisata edukasi di Sky World Taman Mini Indonesia Indah.dengan tujuan untuk mempelajari dunia astronomi(3/3)
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#wisataedukasi #photography #videography #reporter #cvp22 #cvp #osmanduman #creative #video #production #l4l #fff #jurnalis #jurnalistik22 #kemenag #kemendikbud #gedung #dprri #study #jurnalistik #astronomy
#world
he's just really been showing off these days... #jupiter #ganymede #europa #io #callisto #planet #moons #astronomy #astrophotography
#Saturn and its largest moon #Titan through an 8" telescope 🔭
📸 One minute #astronomer
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#space #science #astronomy #photooftheday #solarsystem #astrophysics #amateurastronomy #physics #moon #mindblown
👀📷Hermosa mariposa del Pavo Real 😍... Habrá vida similar en otro planeta? No lo sé, pero si sé que mi planeta es una creación y una joya en el universo! 🌎👌
🔸(Repost @cirrusmoon) 
#tierra #earth #geographic #butterfly #mariposa #creation #creacion #planetas #ciencia #planet #vialactea #solarsystem #sistemasolar #educación #fotografía #photography #impresionante #discovery #descubrimiento #galaxy #galaxias #hubble #astronomy #astronomía #space
👀📷Hermosa mariposa del Pavo Real 😍... Habrá vida similar en otro planeta? No lo sé, pero si sé que mi planeta es una creación y una joya en el universo! 🌎👌 🔸(Repost @cirrusmoon) #tierra  #earth  #geographic  #butterfly  #mariposa  #creation  #creacion  #planetas  #ciencia  #planet  #vialactea  #solarsystem  #sistemasolar  #educación  #fotografía  #photography  #impresionante  #discovery  #descubrimiento  #galaxy  #galaxias  #hubble  #astronomy  #astronomía  #space 
Приветствую вас на Юпитере, крупнейшей планете Солнечной системы 🙂 Не могу назвать Юпитер своим фаворитом, то уж очень красочен газовый гигант) Из-за его удивительных тонов я выбрала его в качестве очередной "жертвы")
#рисунок #краски #космос #планета #юпитер #jupiter #planet #painting #sketch #drawing #solarsystem #astronomy #star #brush #gouache #art #inspiration #instagood #picoftheday #vsco #vscocam #mood #fanart
Приветствую вас на Юпитере, крупнейшей планете Солнечной системы 🙂 Не могу назвать Юпитер своим фаворитом, то уж очень красочен газовый гигант) Из-за его удивительных тонов я выбрала его в качестве очередной "жертвы") #рисунок  #краски  #космос  #планета  #юпитер  #jupiter  #planet  #painting  #sketch  #drawing  #solarsystem  #astronomy  #star  #brush  #gouache  #art  #inspiration  #instagood  #picoftheday  #vsco  #vscocam  #mood  #fanart 
Júpiter ♃
Já fotografei Júpiter outras vezes mas nunca fiquei contente com o resultado final.
A característica mais marcante de Júpiter é a Grande Mancha Vermelha, uma tempestade anticiclônica que possui um formato oval e gira em torno de si mesma, em sentido anti-horário, com um período de seis dias, seu tamanho é de 24-40 mil km x 12-14 mil km, pode abrigar dois ou três planetas com o diâmetro da Terra, a tempestade é grande o suficiente para ser vista através de um telescópio com uma abertura de ao menos 12 cm, o meu tem 15 cm.
Fotografado dia 22/03/2017 às 0:15 h BRT. 
Equipamento utilizado Telescópio Sky-Watcher 150mm 🔭 e câmera ASI120MC 📷 + Lente Barlow 2x.

#astronomy #astronomia #planet #planeta #jupiter #greatredspot #grandemanchavermelha #astrofotography #astrofotografia #solarsystem #sistemasolar #astrophotography #astrofotografia #astrophoto #astrofoto #astrofotografiaamadora #cosmos #skylovers #sky #skywatcher #skyatnight #skylovers #telescope #telescopio #skywatchertelescope #asi120mc
Júpiter ♃ Já fotografei Júpiter outras vezes mas nunca fiquei contente com o resultado final. A característica mais marcante de Júpiter é a Grande Mancha Vermelha, uma tempestade anticiclônica que possui um formato oval e gira em torno de si mesma, em sentido anti-horário, com um período de seis dias, seu tamanho é de 24-40 mil km x 12-14 mil km, pode abrigar dois ou três planetas com o diâmetro da Terra, a tempestade é grande o suficiente para ser vista através de um telescópio com uma abertura de ao menos 12 cm, o meu tem 15 cm. Fotografado dia 22/03/2017 às 0:15 h BRT. Equipamento utilizado Telescópio Sky-Watcher 150mm 🔭 e câmera ASI120MC 📷 + Lente Barlow 2x. #astronomy  #astronomia  #planet  #planeta  #jupiter  #greatredspot  #grandemanchavermelha  #astrofotography  #astrofotografia  #solarsystem  #sistemasolar  #astrophotography  #astrofotografia  #astrophoto  #astrofoto  #astrofotografiaamadora  #cosmos  #skylovers  #sky  #skywatcher  #skyatnight  #skylovers  #telescope  #telescopio  #skywatchertelescope  #asi120mc 
Digging in the Stars releases in less than a week!!!! Check out my full review through the link in my bio, and keep a lookout for a giveaway announcement including a paperback copy very soon!
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Blaze is also hosting a DitS photo Challenge for a $25 Amazon gift card after the release! Here's a teaser of the book:
"Geysers," the Furry Giant said. "Shoot out of ground. Very sudden. Fry you alive." His bulging eyes peered through the unkempt mohawk drooping across his face. Unblinking, like the eyes of a reptile. "Fireballs," he continued, "flying out of nowhere. Swallow tourist. Become dead."
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#blazepublishing #blazepub #blazepack #ebook #kindle #digginginthestars #scifi #fantasy #astronomy #archaeology #science #spacetravel #nature #booksoutside #bookstagram #bookstagramcommunity #bookstagrammer #reading #bookishcandle #novelheartbeat #bookish #etsy #supportsmallbusiness #shopsmall #owlcratesociety #booknerdigans #bookdragon
Digging in the Stars releases in less than a week!!!! Check out my full review through the link in my bio, and keep a lookout for a giveaway announcement including a paperback copy very soon! ✴️⭐🌟 Blaze is also hosting a DitS photo Challenge for a $25 Amazon gift card after the release! Here's a teaser of the book: "Geysers," the Furry Giant said. "Shoot out of ground. Very sudden. Fry you alive." His bulging eyes peered through the unkempt mohawk drooping across his face. Unblinking, like the eyes of a reptile. "Fireballs," he continued, "flying out of nowhere. Swallow tourist. Become dead." 🌟⭐✴️ . . . #blazepublishing  #blazepub  #blazepack  #ebook  #kindle  #digginginthestars  #scifi  #fantasy  #astronomy  #archaeology  #science  #spacetravel  #nature  #booksoutside  #bookstagram  #bookstagramcommunity  #bookstagrammer  #reading  #bookishcandle  #novelheartbeat  #bookish  #etsy  #supportsmallbusiness  #shopsmall  #owlcratesociety  #booknerdigans  #bookdragon 
Vinte anos atrás, o cometa C/1995 O1 Hale-Bopp fez sua máxima aproximação da Terra. Isso só deve acontecer novamente no ano de 4385.
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Twenty years ago, comet C/1995 O1 made its closest approach to Earth. It won't happen again until year 4385.
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#cometa #coleta #20years #1997 #today #retro #vintage #tbt #hoje #astrogram #observatoriog1 #astrophoto #astrofotografia #halebopp #astronomia #astronomy
NASA is developing a technology known as the Laser Communications Relay Demonstration (LCRD) that they hope will revolutionise the way mission-critical data is transmitted to and from spacecraft. 
The LCRD mission is a technology demonstration that plans to verify the longevity of optical communications systems in space. NASA hopes that the technology will provide data rates 10 to 100 times better than traditional radio-frequency (RF) systems.

The technology utilises infrared light to transmit digital data to and from spacecraft instead of the current radio waves. 
Image Credit: NASA @nasa 
#scienceknowledgepower #science #facts #scienceiscool #nasa #inspiration #motivation #spacecraft #astronomy #astrophysics #physics #university #space #theuniverse #universe #solarsystem #earth #tech #technology #maths #engineering #awesome #cool #wow #love #beautiful #socialmedia #entrepreneur #instagood #instalike
NASA is developing a technology known as the Laser Communications Relay Demonstration (LCRD) that they hope will revolutionise the way mission-critical data is transmitted to and from spacecraft. The LCRD mission is a technology demonstration that plans to verify the longevity of optical communications systems in space. NASA hopes that the technology will provide data rates 10 to 100 times better than traditional radio-frequency (RF) systems. The technology utilises infrared light to transmit digital data to and from spacecraft instead of the current radio waves. Image Credit: NASA @nasa #scienceknowledgepower  #science  #facts  #scienceiscool  #nasa  #inspiration  #motivation  #spacecraft  #astronomy  #astrophysics  #physics  #university  #space  #theuniverse  #universe  #solarsystem  #earth  #tech  #technology  #maths  #engineering  #awesome  #cool  #wow  #love  #beautiful  #socialmedia  #entrepreneur  #instagood  #instalike 
Here's a better image of Jupiter that I was able to process last night. Does anyone know when Jupiter is the closest to Earth this year? #astronomy #astrophotography #celestron #telescope #photography #dslr #nikon #nikond3200 #jupiter #planet #solarsystem #nasa #beautiful #space #nofilter #nighttimephotography #nighttime #night #bodybuilding #longhair #bearded #gauged #musician #earth #unitedstates #florida #universetoday #hobby #love #live
Here's a better image of Jupiter that I was able to process last night. Does anyone know when Jupiter is the closest to Earth this year? #astronomy  #astrophotography  #celestron  #telescope  #photography  #dslr  #nikon  #nikond3200  #jupiter  #planet  #solarsystem  #nasa  #beautiful  #space  #nofilter  #nighttimephotography  #nighttime  #night  #bodybuilding  #longhair  #bearded  #gauged  #musician  #earth  #unitedstates  #florida  #universetoday  #hobby  #love  #live 
"69 Eyes" 11x13 acrylic and collage on old vintage photograph. Will be in the @mamadelunaart_gallery for the Fable Show April - May.  #eye #eyeballs #eyes #artgallery #art #artist #artistic #artoftheday #artcollective #artstagram #artsy #artwork #forsale #myart #instaart #instaartist #instagood #collageart #collageartist #photooftheday #project #surreal #surrealism #space #astronomy
#Repost @nasa ・・・
[ARTIST CONCEPT] Some 290 million years ago, a star much like the sun wandered too close to the central black hole of its galaxy. Intense tides tore the star apart, which produced an eruption of optical, ultraviolet and X-ray light that first reached Earth in 2014. Now, a team of scientists using observations from our Swift satellite have mapped out how and where these different wavelengths were produced in the event, named ASASSN-14li, as the shattered star's debris circled the black hole.

This artist's rendering shows the tidal disruption event named ASASSN-14li, where a star wandering too close to a 3-million-solar-mass black hole was torn apart. The debris gathered into an accretion disk around the black hole. 
Credit: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center

#nasa #space #nasabeyond #blackhole #swift #astronomy #galaxy #science
#Repost  @nasa ・・・ [ARTIST CONCEPT] Some 290 million years ago, a star much like the sun wandered too close to the central black hole of its galaxy. Intense tides tore the star apart, which produced an eruption of optical, ultraviolet and X-ray light that first reached Earth in 2014. Now, a team of scientists using observations from our Swift satellite have mapped out how and where these different wavelengths were produced in the event, named ASASSN-14li, as the shattered star's debris circled the black hole. This artist's rendering shows the tidal disruption event named ASASSN-14li, where a star wandering too close to a 3-million-solar-mass black hole was torn apart. The debris gathered into an accretion disk around the black hole. Credit: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center #nasa  #space  #nasabeyond  #blackhole  #swift  #astronomy  #galaxy  #science 
When you are reaching for the stars, might as well reach for the brightest one you can find. Great day in the Dallas suburb - Lancaster. Much love to @astronobeads for this cute bracelet creation. The solar system bracelet. Getting lots of compliments from my STEM Sisters. Even a little future STEM Girl grabbed my arm and named off all the planets while I was at lunch with some co-workers. Bea and team are so sweet and awesome. The Astrobeads produxt line is even worn by the elites of space exploration. Check out her website. Google Astronobeads. Also on FB and IG. Very comfortable to wear and a conversation starter. Supporting my Sisters in STEM. Great little piece to kick off the 2017 Spring/Summer Season! #solarsystem #STEM #science #NASA #math #technology #engineering #womenintech #empowerment #engineering  #womenintech  #womeninstem #astronobeads #collegelife #entrepreneur #smallbusiness #smartgirls #womenintechnology #stemgirls #galaxy #cosmos #astronomy #spring #sun #planets #mizzou #jewelry #handmadejewelry
When you are reaching for the stars, might as well reach for the brightest one you can find. Great day in the Dallas suburb - Lancaster. Much love to @astronobeads for this cute bracelet creation. The solar system bracelet. Getting lots of compliments from my STEM Sisters. Even a little future STEM Girl grabbed my arm and named off all the planets while I was at lunch with some co-workers. Bea and team are so sweet and awesome. The Astrobeads produxt line is even worn by the elites of space exploration. Check out her website. Google Astronobeads. Also on FB and IG. Very comfortable to wear and a conversation starter. Supporting my Sisters in STEM. Great little piece to kick off the 2017 Spring/Summer Season! #solarsystem  #STEM  #science  #NASA  #math  #technology  #engineering  #womenintech  #empowerment  #engineering  #womenintech  #womeninstem  #astronobeads  #collegelife  #entrepreneur  #smallbusiness  #smartgirls  #womenintechnology  #stemgirls  #galaxy  #cosmos  #astronomy  #spring  #sun  #planets  #mizzou  #jewelry  #handmadejewelry 
My first attempt at Jupiter!!! Celestron 130eq 
Celestron 2x barlow
Orion starshoot 2 
#astrophotography #astro #jupiter #celestrontelescope #celestron #orionstarshoot2 #webcam #telescope #space #astronomy
Nebulosa de la laguna desde Deva #astronomy #astrophotography
Breathing in stardust because why not?
Breathing in stardust because why not?
I think this was taken back in November. The moon is so pretty
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#moon #telescope #space #lunar #science #luna #astronomy #astrophoto #sciencenerd #fullmoon #night
#Repost from @nasa by @InstaSave.DStudio
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[ARTIST CONCEPT] Some 290 million years ago, a star much like the sun wandered too close to the central black hole of its galaxy. Intense tides tore the star apart, which produced an eruption of optical, ultraviolet and X-ray light that first reached Earth in 2014. Now, a team of scientists using observations from our Swift satellite have mapped out how and where these different wavelengths were produced in the event, named ASASSN-14li, as the shattered star's debris circled the black hole.

This artist's rendering shows the tidal disruption event named ASASSN-14li, where a star wandering too close to a 3-million-solar-mass black hole was torn apart. The debris gathered into an accretion disk around the black hole. 
Credit: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center

#nasa #space #nasabeyond #blackhole #swift #astronomy #galaxy #science #InstaSaveApp
#Repost  from @nasa by @InstaSave.DStudio ・・・ [ARTIST CONCEPT] Some 290 million years ago, a star much like the sun wandered too close to the central black hole of its galaxy. Intense tides tore the star apart, which produced an eruption of optical, ultraviolet and X-ray light that first reached Earth in 2014. Now, a team of scientists using observations from our Swift satellite have mapped out how and where these different wavelengths were produced in the event, named ASASSN-14li, as the shattered star's debris circled the black hole. This artist's rendering shows the tidal disruption event named ASASSN-14li, where a star wandering too close to a 3-million-solar-mass black hole was torn apart. The debris gathered into an accretion disk around the black hole. Credit: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center #nasa  #space  #nasabeyond  #blackhole  #swift  #astronomy  #galaxy  #science  #InstaSaveApp 
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earth#dubai#istanbul#fujairah#abudhabi# usa# bae# visit# lovely # incredible #poem#sun# race#fly#smile#happy#negative#think#positive#power# adventure# sky#3#sports#time#stables# #astronomy#emirates#
The Moon behind the leaves.
The Moon behind the leaves.
The Moon behind the leaves.
The Moon behind the leaves.
The Moon behind the leaves.
The Moon behind the leaves.
The Moon behind the leaves.
The Moon behind the leaves.
Canon EOS 1100D f/5 20sec exposure ISO800 33mm I think the bright star is Sirius. Correct me if I'm wrong. I increased the brightness slightly #clear #night #cold #constellation #twinkle #star #editonfotor #canon #astrophotography #astronomy #esa #nasa #houses #sky #wires #bright #increase #clouds
The Moon behind the leaves.
The Moon behind the leaves.
SkyCracks - GökÇatlakları

The sight of the nightsky by laying under a tree.

Ağaç altında uzanarak gece gökyüzü manzarası.

It can be seen better in higher resolution on flickr: https://www.flickr.com/mesutbirinci 
Canon EOS 600D, Samyang 16mm f/2 @f/2, ISO: 1600, Exposure: 20 seconds.

#fantastic_universe #skycrack #nightsky #astrophotography #skywatch #stars #galaxy #nightphotography #nightskyphotography #longexposurephotography #long_exposure_pics #uzaybilimlerii #astronomy #space #nature #uzaydanhaberler #galaksi #samanyolu #milkyway #gökyüzü #yıldız #uzay #astrofoto #astronomi #landscape #natgeospace #saros #uzaybilim #güneyli
SkyCracks - GökÇatlakları The sight of the nightsky by laying under a tree. Ağaç altında uzanarak gece gökyüzü manzarası. It can be seen better in higher resolution on flickr: https://www.flickr.com/mesutbirinci Canon EOS 600D, Samyang 16mm f/2 @f/2, ISO: 1600, Exposure: 20 seconds. #fantastic_universe  #skycrack  #nightsky  #astrophotography  #skywatch  #stars  #galaxy  #nightphotography  #nightskyphotography  #longexposurephotography  #long_exposure_pics  #uzaybilimlerii  #astronomy  #space  #nature  #uzaydanhaberler  #galaksi  #samanyolu  #milkyway  #gökyüzü  #yıldız  #uzay  #astrofoto  #astronomi  #landscape  #natgeospace  #saros  #uzaybilim  #güneyli 
I get to see Neil DeGrasse Tyson tonight!! ⭐️ Not only do we live among the stars, the stars live within us. ⭐️
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#astronomy #astrophysics #science #neildegrassetyson #stars #space #iu #iuauditorium
Had an awesome day at the Capitol today meeting with congressional staffers about federal funding for astronomy! #stem #science #astronomy #sciencepolicy #policy #capitol #government
I like Trump but his proposed federal budget would eliminate the work of the satellite that took this gorgeous image of Earth, DSCOVR. 
#Astronomy #Astrophysics
I like Trump but his proposed federal budget would eliminate the work of the satellite that took this gorgeous image of Earth, DSCOVR. #Astronomy  #Astrophysics 
nasa [ARTIST CONCEPT] Some 290 million years ago, a star much like the sun wandered too close to the central black hole of its galaxy. Intense tides tore the star apart, which produced an eruption of optical, ultraviolet and X-ray light that first reached Earth in 2014. Now, a team of scientists using observations from our Swift satellite have mapped out how and where these different wavelengths were produced in the event, named ASASSN-14li, as the shattered star's debris circled the black hole.
This artist's rendering shows the tidal disruption event named ASASSN-14li, where a star wandering too close to a 3-million-solar-mass black hole was torn apart. The debris gathered into an accretion disk around the black hole. 
Credit: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center
#nasa #space #nasabeyond #blackhole #swift #astronomy #galaxy #science
nasa [ARTIST CONCEPT] Some 290 million years ago, a star much like the sun wandered too close to the central black hole of its galaxy. Intense tides tore the star apart, which produced an eruption of optical, ultraviolet and X-ray light that first reached Earth in 2014. Now, a team of scientists using observations from our Swift satellite have mapped out how and where these different wavelengths were produced in the event, named ASASSN-14li, as the shattered star's debris circled the black hole. This artist's rendering shows the tidal disruption event named ASASSN-14li, where a star wandering too close to a 3-million-solar-mass black hole was torn apart. The debris gathered into an accretion disk around the black hole. Credit: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center #nasa  #space  #nasabeyond  #blackhole  #swift  #astronomy  #galaxy  #science 
❤❤❤ regram @nasa
Stars were battling each other in a gravitational tussle, which ended with the system breaking apart and at least three stars being ejected in different directions. The speedy, wayward stars went unnoticed for hundreds of years until, over the past few decades, two of them were spotted in infrared and radio observations, which could penetrate the thick dust in the Orion Nebula. The observations showed that the two stars were traveling at high speeds in opposite directions from each other. The stars' origin, however, was a mystery. Astronomers traced both stars back 540 years to the same location and suggested they were part of a now-defunct multiple-star system. But the duo's combined energy, which is propelling them outward, didn't add up. The researchers reasoned there must be at least one other culprit that robbed energy from the stellar toss-up.

Now Nthe Hubble Space Telescope has helped astronomers find the final piece of the puzzle by nabbing a third runaway star. The astronomers followed the path of the newly found star back to the same location where the two previously known stars were located 540 years ago. The trio reside in a small region of young stars called the Kleinmann-Low Nebula, near the center of the vast Orion Nebula complex, located 1,300 light-years away.

The image by Hubble shows a grouping of young stars, called the Trapezium Cluster. 
Credits: NASA, ESA, K. Luhman (Penn State University), and M. Robberto (STScI)

#nasa #space #nasabeyond #astronomy #hubble #science #stars #nebula
❤❤❤ regram @nasa Stars were battling each other in a gravitational tussle, which ended with the system breaking apart and at least three stars being ejected in different directions. The speedy, wayward stars went unnoticed for hundreds of years until, over the past few decades, two of them were spotted in infrared and radio observations, which could penetrate the thick dust in the Orion Nebula. The observations showed that the two stars were traveling at high speeds in opposite directions from each other. The stars' origin, however, was a mystery. Astronomers traced both stars back 540 years to the same location and suggested they were part of a now-defunct multiple-star system. But the duo's combined energy, which is propelling them outward, didn't add up. The researchers reasoned there must be at least one other culprit that robbed energy from the stellar toss-up. Now Nthe Hubble Space Telescope has helped astronomers find the final piece of the puzzle by nabbing a third runaway star. The astronomers followed the path of the newly found star back to the same location where the two previously known stars were located 540 years ago. The trio reside in a small region of young stars called the Kleinmann-Low Nebula, near the center of the vast Orion Nebula complex, located 1,300 light-years away. The image by Hubble shows a grouping of young stars, called the Trapezium Cluster. Credits: NASA, ESA, K. Luhman (Penn State University), and M. Robberto (STScI) #nasa  #space  #nasabeyond  #astronomy  #hubble  #science  #stars  #nebula 
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