#ig_astrophotography

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(@stephen13ennett)

10 Minutes Ago

Just catching up with my good old friend IC 1396, a glass of wine and some computer aided guiding to help capture some more of those finer details. The guiding helps, the wine not so much 🍷 . Fuji X-T2 + Zenithstar 73 3 hours 12 minutes total exposure time. . . . #nightsky #night_excl #nightviewplanet #longexposure #longexpo_addiction #longexposure_shots #longexpoelite #toplongexposure #ig_myshots #ig_shotz #ig_captures #igworldclub #igworldclub_astrophotography #ig_astrophotography #astrophotography #astronomy #nightshooters #nightphotography #timelessuniverse #pocket_nights #universetoday #night_shooterz #space #telescope #fujixt2 #xt2 #fujifilm_uk #fujifilmglobal #fujixseries #fujifilm_global @fujixlovers @fujixseries

(@lenamariiaaa)

19 Minutes Ago

Found some old northern light pictures, when I used to live in Iceland. They are memories I will always cherish in my ❤️

(@seanemurray)

24 Minutes Ago

"Moon River" While the moon washed out the galactic center it lit the landscape beautifully. Location: Rio Grande, Portland. #jamaicaunplugged

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(@fluxa)

1 Hour Ago

NGC 1760 | Star-forming region in the LMC in the constellation of Dorado in narrowband SHO. The weather’s been a little unkind for astrophotography lately but the last week I managed to peek a bit into the neighborhoods of the Large Magellanic Cloud. - Frames: 70 x HA 150, 10 x HA 180, 30 x OIII 150, 30 x SII 150s. - Location: Puerto Varas, Chile - Date: 05/11/2018 —— NGC 1760 is an emission nebula, or actually a complex ring of emission nebulae connected by glowing filaments over 1000 light-years across and located about 160,000 light-years away within the Large Magellanic Cloud, in the constellation of Dorado. It is one of the most active star formation regions in the nearby Universe. #astrophotography #space #astro #astronomy #universe #largemagellaniccloud #universetoday #stars #galaxy #nebula #milkyway #cosmos #youresa #esa #nasa #ourplanetdaily #astrophysics #fantastic_earth #physics #nebulae #night_photography #stargazing #deepspace #ig_astrophotography #constellation #interstellar #nightsky #telescope #observatory #telescopio

(@cbastronomy)

1 Hour Ago

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[Artists Impression] Before reading this post, go ahead and check out @yourdailyuniverse another amazing space account! Black holes are not entirely black. Rather, they do in fact emit a stream of particles or radiation called Hawking Radiation. To understand what Hawking Radiation is, you must first understand something about quantum physics. Empty space is not entirely empty. Rather, on the smallest scales, particles pop in and out of existence. These particles, called virtual particles, pop into existence as antiparticle pairs. One with a positive charge and the other with a negative charge. Normally these particles annihilate each other almost immediately. However, this is not always the case with a black hole. The immense energy of a black hole creates antiparticle pairs just before the event horizon. The energy is so intense that some of of it is converted into matter via E=MC^2. The antiparticle pairs pop into existence, yet they do not annihilate each other. Rather, the immense gravity of the black hole pulls them apart. The negative particle falls inward while the positive particle escapes out into space. The stream of these particles is the Hawking Radiation. Because the negative particle has fallen into the black hole, it's mass will begin to decrease. Over many billions or even trillions of years the black hole will evaporate away entirely. Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech . . Plzz Follow @nadezhdapelevina@list.ru for more . . via @astrophysics_ . . #astronomy #astrophotography #nasa #cosmos #space #stargazing #milkyway #hubble #astronomia #universe #galaxy #nightsky #science #telescope #universetoday #nebula #astrophysics #stars #astro_photography_ #astronomi #planets #constellation #interstellar #astrophoto #solarsystem #uzay #ig_astrophotography

(@ugarova_galia)

2 Hours Ago

. Milky Way over Bosque Alegre Station in Argentina Explanation: What are those streaks of light in the sky? First and foremost, the arching structure is the central band of our Milky Way galaxy. Visible in this galactic band are millions of distant stars mixed with numerous lanes of dark dust. Harder to discern is a nearly vertical beam of light rising from the horizon, just to the right of the image center. This beam is zodiacal light, sunlight scattered by dust in our Solar System that may be surprisingly prominent just after sunset or just before sunrise. In the foreground are several telescopes of the Bosque Alegre Astrophysical Station of the National University of Cordoba in Argentina. The station schedules weekend tours and conducts research into the nature of many astronomical objects including comets, active galaxies, and clusters of galaxies. The featured image was taken early this month. Image Credit & Copyright: Sebastián D' Alessandro; Rollover Annotation: Judy Schmidt . . Plzz Follow @galya.ugarova.ugarova@mail.ru for more . . via @astronomy_for_all . . #astronomy #astrophotography #nasa #cosmos #space #stargazing #milkyway #hubble #astronomia #universe #galaxy #nightsky #science #telescope #universetoday #nebula #astrophysics #stars #astro_photography_ #astronomi #planets #constellation #interstellar #astrophoto #solarsystem #uzay #ig_astrophotography

. Spiral Galaxy NGC 4038 in Collision Explanation: This galaxy is having a bad millennium. In fact, the past 100 million years haven't been so good, and probably the next billion or so will be quite tumultuous. Visible on the upper left, NGC 4038 used to be a normal spiral galaxy, minding its own business, until NGC 4039, toward its right, crashed into it. The evolving wreckage, known famously as the Antennae, is pictured above. As gravity restructures each galaxy, clouds of gas slam into each other, bright blue knots of stars form, massive stars form and explode, and brown filaments of dust are strewn about. Eventually the two galaxies will converge into one larger spiral galaxy. Such collisions are not unusual, and even our own Milky Way Galaxy has undergone several in the past and is predicted to collide with our neighboring Andromeda Galaxy in a few billion years. The frames that compose this image were taken by the orbiting Hubble Space Telescope by professional astronomers to better understand galaxy collisions. These frames -- and many other deep space images from Hubble -- have since been made public, allowing an interested amateur to download and process them into this visually stunning composite. Image Credit: Data Collection: Hubble Legacy Archive; Processing: Danny Lee Russell . . Plzz Follow @BashirowaAda@inbox.ru for more . . via @astronomy_for_all . . #astronomy #astrophotography #nasa #cosmos #space #stargazing #milkyway #hubble #astronomia #universe #galaxy #nightsky #science #telescope #universetoday #nebula #astrophysics #stars #astro_photography_ #astronomi #planets #constellation #interstellar #astrophoto #solarsystem #uzay #ig_astrophotography

(@infinitalavita)

2 Hours Ago

Yes... it’s Mars, taken under bad seeng unfortunately, however it’s only in black and white because I used a special filter called IR pass, for give to me more details , but here it hasn’t so much because bad turbolence 😭 hope you like same😊😍. . Tell me what you think in comments please. Share share share it... all over the world 🌎. 🔭 Skywatcher mak 127/1500. 📸 CMOS ASI120MC planetary mono camera.

(@luna_passion_mn)

2 Hours Ago

Nebulosa de Pickering, by Alvaro Ibañez Perez (@kokehtz) Image details: Telescope: TS115 Triplet APO refractor Mount: Takahashi EM-400 Camera: CCD Atik 460EX mono + Baader Ha 7nm Guider: Lunático EZG-60 + SXLodestar Focus: RoboFocus + AstroMatic (ftorrev) Adquisition: MaximDL + AstroMatic (ftorrev) Processing: PixInsight Core 1.8 + PS L: 5x900s bin1 -10ºC from Madrid, Spain. ••••• . . Plzz Follow @ngocthuy9197666@gmail.com for more . . via @photographingspace . . #astronomy #astrophotography #nasa #cosmos #space #stargazing #milkyway #hubble #astronomia #universe #galaxy #nightsky #science #telescope #universetoday #nebula #astrophysics #stars #astro_photography_ #astronomi #planets #constellation #interstellar #astrophoto #solarsystem #uzay #ig_astrophotography

(@cbastronomy)

2 Hours Ago

C'monBoard brings together the latest news about astronomy, so make sure to subscribe to our Astronomy Newsletter. For a weekly content, simply go to our website and click the ‘Subscribe' button . [link in the bio] . . #stars #astrophoto #cosmos #nightsky #astronomia #universe #nightscaper #astrophotography #science #bilim #space #galaxy #astrophysics #nasabeyond #interstellar #milkyway #astro_photography_ #nebula #constellation #uzay #astronomi #hubble #universetoday #telescope #stargazing #solarsystem #nasa #ig_astrophotography #planets

(@timeographer)

3 Hours Ago

Lake Powell Timelapse & Photography Workshop Adventure. Hurry and register for 2019 only a few spots remaining. Black Friday special saves $200.

(@gmandeleon)

3 Hours Ago

It was so cold my camera died after 70 shots.

(@alexconu)

3 Hours Ago

That seat is waiting for you. If you’re not already into amateur astronomy, give it a try. It’s a beautiful hobby with beautiful rewards. Clear skies!

(@jane_foster317)

3 Hours Ago

Astrobin.com image of the day, NGC7023 Iris nebulaby BJJ (RainbowAstro) •••••••• Image details: Imaging telescope or lens: Planewave Instruments CDK 14" Imaging camera: SBIG STX-16803 Mount: RAINBOWASTRO RST400 Guiding camera: ZWO optical ASI174MM Filters: Astrodon Tru-Balance Generation 2 E-Series - L, Astrodon Tru-Balance Generation 2 E-Series - R, Astrodon Tru-Balance Generation 2 E-Series - G, Astrodon Tru-Balance Generation 2 E-Series - B Frames: 
Astrodon Tru-Balance Generation 2 E-Series - B: 8x600" bin 2x2
Astrodon Tru-Balance Generation 2 E-Series - G: 8x600" bin 2x2
Astrodon Tru-Balance Generation 2 E-Series - L: 30x600" bin 1x1
Astrodon Tru-Balance Generation 2 E-Series - R: 8x600" bin 2x2 Integration: 9.0 hours •••••••• . . Plzz Follow @ProkopTaras@list.ru for more . . via @photographingspace . . #astronomy #astrophotography #nasa #cosmos #space #stargazing #milkyway #hubble #astronomia #universe #galaxy #nightsky #science #telescope #universetoday #nebula #astrophysics #stars #astro_photography_ #astronomi #planets #constellation #interstellar #astrophoto #solarsystem #uzay #ig_astrophotography

(@maggie_happy_tx)

3 Hours Ago

Part 3: What is Astrophysics?. Milestones in astrophysics Because the only way we interact with distant objects is by observing the radiation they emit, much of astrophysics has to do with deducing theories that explain the mechanisms that produce this radiation, and provide ideas for how to extract the most information from it. The first ideas about the nature of stars emerged in the mid-19th century from the blossoming science of spectral analysis, which means observing the specific frequencies of light that particular substances absorb and emit when heated. Spectral analysis remains essential to the triumvirate of space sciences, both guiding and testing new theories. Early spectroscopy provided the first evidence that stars contain substances also present on Earth. Spectroscopy revealed that some nebulae are purely gaseous, while some contain stars. This later helped cement the idea that some nebulae were not nebulae at all — they were other galaxies! In the early 1920s, Cecilia Payne discovered, using spectroscopy, that stars are predominantly hydrogen (at least until their old age). The spectra of stars also allowed astrophysicists to determine the speed at which they move toward or away from Earth. Just like the sound a vehicle emits is different moving toward us or away from us, because of the Doppler shift, the spectra of stars will change in the same way. In the 1930s, by combining the Doppler shift and Einstein’s theory of general relativity, Edwin Hubble provided solid evidence that the universe is expanding. This is also predicted by Einstein’s theory, and together form the basis of the Big Bang Theory. . . Plzz Follow @manhkim9107666@gmail.com for more . . via @_science_is_amazing . . #astronomy #astrophotography #nasa #cosmos #space #stargazing #milkyway #hubble #astronomia #universe #galaxy #nightsky #science #telescope #universetoday #nebula #astrophysics #stars #astro_photography_ #astronomi #planets #constellation #interstellar #astrophoto #solarsystem #uzay #ig_astrophotography

(@masha_astro86)

3 Hours Ago

The star forming regions of the Orion Nebula and the Horsehead Nebula are seen in this stunning image. The region of space in this image is hundreds of light years across and contains a countless number of stars. Stunning images such as these capture the imagination like nothing else. It truly does make you wonder what's out there. Image credit: Rogelio Bernal Andreo . . Plzz Follow @BlagonrawowaPolina@bk.ru for more . . via @astrophysics_ . . #astronomy #astrophotography #nasa #cosmos #space #stargazing #milkyway #hubble #astronomia #universe #galaxy #nightsky #science #telescope #universetoday #nebula #astrophysics #stars #astro_photography_ #astronomi #planets #constellation #interstellar #astrophoto #solarsystem #uzay #ig_astrophotography

Penumbral Lunar Eclipse. Make sure to follow @rxspace!!! Does this Moon look a little different to you? Although shown in spectacular detail, the full face of Earth's most familiar satellite appears slightly darker than usual, in particular on the upper left, because it is undergoing a penumbral lunar eclipse. The image was captured in Hong Kong, China, on September 16 when the Moon crossed through part of Earth's shadow -- but not the darkest where the Earth shades the entire Sun. A lunar eclipse can only occur during a full moon, and many know this particular full moon as the Harvest moon for its proximity to northern harvests. The next full moon will occur this coming Sunday. Some cultures refer to it as a Leaf Falling Moon, named for its proximity to northern autumn. The second full moon of the same month ("moonth") is sometimes called a Blue moon; meanwhile, this month features a rare second new moon, an event known to some as a Black moon. Image Credit & Copyright: Robin Lee _______________________________________ . . Plzz Follow @ZelenkowEgor@inbox.ru for more . . via @yourdailyuniverse . . #astronomy #astrophotography #nasa #cosmos #space #stargazing #milkyway #hubble #astronomia #universe #galaxy #nightsky #science #telescope #universetoday #nebula #astrophysics #stars #astro_photography_ #astronomi #planets #constellation #interstellar #astrophoto #solarsystem #uzay #ig_astrophotography

Lying only 445 light-years from Earth is the Pleiades star cluster. The powerful stars in the cluster are approx. 125 million years old and are spinning the fastest they ever will. NASA's Kepler Space Telescope has recently uncovered new secrets in the cluster. By picking up small changes in each stars brightness, Kepler was able to determine the spin rate of these relatively young stars. Data shows that massive stars tend to rotate more slowly, while less massive stars rotate rapidly. The continued study of this cluster will determine the complex relationship between stellar properties and spin rate. If you don't already, follow my friend @a_geologist for more educational content. Photo credit: NASA/JPL . . Plzz Follow @kristinawidyasowa@bk.ru for more . . via @astrodaily1 . . #astronomy #astrophotography #nasa #cosmos #space #stargazing #milkyway #hubble #astronomia #universe #galaxy #nightsky #science #telescope #universetoday #nebula #astrophysics #stars #astro_photography_ #astronomi #planets #constellation #interstellar #astrophoto #solarsystem #uzay #ig_astrophotography