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  • 📷 by @benesoliver
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Repost from @newmilkyway Facebook group. Join and post in our group to get a feature! L...
  • 📷 by @benesoliver __ Featured by admin: @nowjourneys 🚀 __ Repost from @newmilkyway Facebook group. Join and post in our group to get a feature! Link in bio. __ STACKED/TRACKED ig: fb: Lighthouse This place is about a kilometer and a half from the capital city of Corsica. There was some haze in the sky, and as you already know about my luck on airglow, there's also a strong airglow, sadly almost without structures. Minute exposure was madly colorless and washed out, so I decided to make a 5-minute exposure for each panel, it took me around two hours in total. The island is called iles sanguinaires, originally I wanted to take pictures on it, but this was easier. Hope you like it, because I don't Nikon d750 + 50mm 1.8 on Star Adventurer 14 x 5 x 1min, F3.2, ISO 1000 + 4 x 4 x 2min,F3.2, ISO500
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  • 📷 by @benesoliver
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Repost from @newmilkyway Facebook group. Join and post in our group to get a feature! L...
  • 📷 by @benesoliver __ Featured by admin: @nowjourneys 🚀 __ Repost from @newmilkyway Facebook group. Join and post in our group to get a feature! Link in bio. __ STACKED/TRACKED ig: fb: Lighthouse This place is about a kilometer and a half from the capital city of Corsica. There was some haze in the sky, and as you already know about my luck on airglow, there's also a strong airglow, sadly almost without structures. Minute exposure was madly colorless and washed out, so I decided to make a 5-minute exposure for each panel, it took me around two hours in total. The island is called iles sanguinaires, originally I wanted to take pictures on it, but this was easier. Hope you like it, because I don't Nikon d750 + 50mm 1.8 on Star Adventurer 14 x 5 x 1min, F3.2, ISO 1000 + 4 x 4 x 2min,F3.2, ISO500
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  • Nossa janela, com vista para os confins do espaço.

Noite abençoada com boas risadas, equipe de novos amigos do mundo da fotografia, um lugar encan...
  • Nossa janela, com vista para os confins do espaço. Noite abençoada com boas risadas, equipe de novos amigos do mundo da fotografia, um lugar encantado, com belas paisagens, diurnas e noturnas. Os Três Picos, sendo coberto por umas pequenas nuvens e acima, a Via Láctea! 🤩 🌌
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  • There is much more to the familiar Ring Nebula (M57), however, than can be seen through a small telescope. The easily visible central ring is about...
  • There is much more to the familiar Ring Nebula (M57), however, than can be seen through a small telescope. The easily visible central ring is about one light-year across, but this remarkably deep exposure - a collaborative effort combining data from three different large telescopes - explores the looping filaments of glowing gas extending much farther from the nebula's central star. This remarkable composite image includes narrowband hydrogen image, visible light emission, and infrared light emission. Of course, in this well-studied example of a planetary nebula, the glowing material does not come from planets. Instead, the gaseous shroud represents outer layers expelled from a dying, sun-like star. The Ring Nebula is about 2,000 light-years away toward the musical constellation Lyra. Image Credit: Hubble, Large Binocular Telescope, Subaru Telescope; Composition & Copyright: Robert Gendler # Follow us fore more . . via @astronomypicturesdaily . . . #space #astrophoto #astronomer #nightscaper #darkskyshots #astrophotography #moon #photography #milkywaygalaxy #milkywaychasers #rocketlaunch #launch #nightlaunch #ig_astrophotography #astro_photography_ #globe #milkywaypics #fullmoon
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  • normal is an illusion, what is normal for the spider chaos for the flies 🌗
  • normal is an illusion, what is normal for the spider chaos for the flies 🌗
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  • This week in 1995, space shuttle Atlantis, mission STS-71, launched from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center. STS-71 marked the first time the shuttle and ...
  • This week in 1995, space shuttle Atlantis, mission STS-71, launched from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center. STS-71 marked the first time the shuttle and the Russian space station Mir docked. It was also the first on-orbit changeout of shuttle crew. In this photo taken by the Mir crew, Atlantis is still connected to the Mir station. For the next five days, joint U.S.-Russian operations conducted about 100 hours of science experiments, including biomedical investigations, and transfer of equipment to and from Mir. Fifteen separate biomedical and scientific investigations were conducted using the Spacelab module installed in the aft portion of Atlantis' payload bay, and covering seven different disciplines: cardiovascular and pulmonary functions; human metabolism; neuroscience; hygiene, sanitation and radiation; behavioral performance and biology; fundamental biology; and microgravity research. The Spacelab missions were managed by NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center. The NASA History Program is responsible for generating, disseminating, and preserving NASA’s remarkable history and providing a comprehensive understanding of the institutional, cultural, social, political, economic, technological and scientific aspects of NASA’s activities in aeronautics and space. For more pictures like this one and to connect to NASA’s history, visit the Marshall History Program’s webpage. Image credit: NASA -71 # Follow us fore more . . via @nasa_marshall . . . #hubble #cosmos #astronomy #telescope #milkyways #astronomer #stars #astrophoto #astronaut #nightsky #milkywaycake #liftoff #fullmoon #endeavour #spacestation #planets #interstellar #milkywaypics #Spaceflight #super_longexpo #stargazing #globe #milkywaycases #amazing #Spacegram #rocketlaunch #exploration
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  • Hello Moon 🌓⭐🌟
  • Hello Moon 🌓⭐🌟
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  • 24 Jun 2018. Over the hill and far away
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Last Friday (22 June) started off wet and cloudy, but finished up dry and almost totally clear by the...
  • 24 Jun 2018. Over the hill and far away ☁️ 🌞 Last Friday (22 June) started off wet and cloudy, but finished up dry and almost totally clear by the end of my working hours. The chance to shoot Milky Way photos was almost a certainty, but the late hour of moonset would mean not starting until at least an hour after midnight. Moonset was expected at 2:00am, so my “Phases of the Moon” app told me. I’d need some time to get in position and set up once I arrived, so I budgeted 30 minutes for that. It would take about an hour-and-a-half to drive from home to the headland at Gerroa, a coastal holiday town here in New South Wales, Australia. I’d have to leave no later than 12:30am, then. Wow, if I could get to bed at 10:00pm I could grab over two hours of sleep before setting off! 🌌 Yeah, right! Like a kid on Christmas Eve, there was no way I could sleep when I knew I would be going out a’nightscaping before long. After a few hours of doing anything but sleep, I made the drive and arrived while the moon was still low in the west, as planned. Apart from a few patches of cloud that wafted across at various times the sky was clear and the slight wind that was blowing kept the air clean and relatively dry for this time of year. 🌌 Apart from this and some other single-frame photos I ended up coming home with six panoramic images and a 300+ shot time-lapse sequence. I arrived home a little after 6:30am and crawled into bed shortly afterwards. It was at this point that I wondered if I’d stayed out just a little too long. This single-frame photo was shot with Canon EOS 6D camera, a Rokinon 24mm lens @ f/2.4, using a 13.0-second exposure @ ISO 6400. • • • • • @astro_photography_ @space @universe247 # plz double tab if you love it . . via @nightscapades . . . #nasa #milkyway #astrophoto #nightsky #rocket #milkywaycases #spacestation #milkywaychasers #rocketlaunch #spaceshuttle #super_longexpo #milkywaychaser
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  • The Distillery Florihana is located in Caussols a village not too far from the cities of Grasse and Cannes. The night scenery is really amazing tha...
  • The Distillery Florihana is located in Caussols a village not too far from the cities of Grasse and Cannes. The night scenery is really amazing that is the reason why the “ Côte d’Azur “ observatory is located in Caussols as well.
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  • The night sky is filled with stars, invisible by day~ Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
  • The night sky is filled with stars, invisible by day~ Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
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