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I’m a 2017 NASA JPL Solar System Ambassador!

I’m honored to be selected by NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory as a 2017 Solar System Ambassador (SSA)! I’m excited to volunteer in my local community to share the excitement of space [...]

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Creating DSLR/CCD Flat Frames for Astrophotography

How to Create DSLR and CCD Flat Frames for Astrophotography

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Supermoon & Canadian Geese flying south for the winter

Lucky shot of the night for me! Click image for the full resolution image on my Flickr account: https://flic.kr/p/P8exVL

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YouTube: James Webb Space Telescope Update | NASA

“Members of the media were invited to join NASA Administrator Charles Bolden Nov. 2 at Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, for an update about what’s in store for NASA’s [...]

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Time-lapse pic of Orbital ATK/Antares Launch from 194 miles away

Link to high-res version on Flickr: https://flic.kr/p/Nj2zk4

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400,000 ISO changes how we capture the stars

“Uncage the Soul Productions” used Canon’s new $20,000 Canon ME20F-SH to capture real-time footage of people standing under the Milky Way with 400,000 ISO! The camera can go up [...]

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How to make 360-degree photos (photospheres)

I learned how to make my own 360-degree photos for Facebook and Google Maps by using a DSLR & tripod instead of the Google Streetview iOS App, and achieved much higher resolution. It takes [...]

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NASA OSIRIS-Rex Mission Overview Video

From NASA on Facebook: “Our first asteroid sample return mission, OSIRIS-REx, will launch Thursday to venture to near-Earth asteroid Bennu. The mission seeks to discover clues about the [...]

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Fly your Exoplanet drawing on NASA’s TESS!

“Fly Your Exoplanet” drawing aboard NASA’s Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite – TESS, scheduled for launch in December 2017! Find out how at [...]

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Interview: Exoplanets/Proxima b with NASA Goddard’s Dr. Padi Boyd

Besides our Moon, many casual observers look up and think there are only stars in the distant night sky. Some are surprised when they learn that up to five of those points of light are visible [...]