(Source: lvciddreams, via stoned-steel)
I had one of the greatest nights in a long while.
We come in peace
“Between the old oaks” by Nicolas Le Boulanger
Halley’s Comet in 1986
I can’t wait for this year’s comets to come around.
arctic nightsky (by John A.Hemmingsen)
Taken with Canon 60D, EF 300mm f/2.8, EXP 400, EXP 800, f/2.8, 335 x 2 min
Mount: Tripod with barn door mount attached. Tracking at 4 rpm.
Total time: 5h35m, two days total.
Stacked in Registax and processed in GIMP
Galaxy Collision in Action (NASA, Chandra, 7/09/09) by NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center on Flickr.
Woah. That beam of light is the collection of photons reaching me…
FROM ANOTHER WORLD.
It’s such an indescribable realization….like….
There really is nothing quite like seeing the universe through a telescope with your own eyes… so much more satisfying than any images you can find in books or on the internet.
IC 434, Barnard 33, and NGC 2024 (by Loowit Imaging - Steve Rosenow, Photographer)