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COMET 2006 P1 (McNaught) 22.39 Jan '07 (~10:30pm). This image was taken through my 41cm (16") f4.5 Meade Starfinder Newtonian with a CCD. The exposures were 8 seconds - Lum x 3, Red x 5, Green x 3, Blue x 3. The nose on the comet is an artifect of being over exposed (I presume) with this anti-blooming camera (SBIG 11000M). The FOV is 1 degree x 0.66 degrees. The vignetting is a result of the sky still being in late twilight.

comet 96p – Machholz-StereoB_14-07-12-e1342100087390 solar system super star x class solar cme particles charged 14 july 2012 orbits jupiter

comet 96p - Machholz-StereoB_14-07-12-e1342100087390 solar system super star x class solar cme particles charged 14 july 2012 orbits jupiter

Have you seen the PINK planet? Mysterious GJ 504b is the smallest planet ever found in a solar system like ours.

Alexander Gerst on

"Breathtaking. Flying through a red #Aurora, with a green one right beneath us." --Astronaut Alexander Gerst from the International Space Station.

Grand Canyon Parashant National Monument Credit: Bob Wick, Bureau of Land Management. Stunning Night-Sky Images from the American Desert

エジプト|| "Lord, look down from the heavens and see; look at us from your wonderful and holy home in heaven. Where is your strong love and power? Why are you keeping your love and mercy from us?" ~Isaiah (NCV) Lights Illuminate the Nile by NASA Goddard