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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 [...]

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Video: ESO/Pale Red Dot’s discovery of Proxima b

“This is the ESOcast that no viewer will want to miss. We discuss the result of the quest to find a planet around the closest star to the Solar System.”    

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5400mph winds discovered hurtling around exoplanet

Statement in full: From source: http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/newsandevents/pressreleases/5400mph_winds_discovered Research provides first ever weather map of a planet outside our solar system [...]

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46-Gigapixel View of Milky Way is Largest-Ever Image of Space | NBCnews.com

Link to image viewer “Space is big, but it’s never been quite this big. This composite image taken by astronomers at Germany’s Ruhr-Universität Bochum is, they claim, the [...]

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Milky Way | Fred Schumacher

A little redux of the Southern Milky Way from May of this year. Hacking my way through Photoshop.

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Andromeda Galaxy (M31) | by Philip Henson

Heart of Andromeda (Galaxy) M31/NGC224 in creepy full spectrum wideband light…. It was right about dawn when I shot this and the sky was already babyblue in the east so plenty of sunlight scatter [...]

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Flame & Horsehead Nebulae | Philip Henson

Much improved ultrawide spectrum V2 of the Flame and Horsehead from this morning’s imaging run…. Single 125 sec ISO1600 full spectrum ultrawide band composite capture with the [...]

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Alnitak, Flame & Horsehead Nebulae | Philip Henson

Test shot of Alnitak plus the Flame and Horsehead Nebulae from Monday morning on the 21st… 121 seconds @ISO3200 as full color with my D90 and GSO RC6 + 0.75Xfocal reducer….Much [...]

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M42 (Orion Nebula) & M43 (De Mairan’s Nebula) | Philip Henson

Not sure that practice truly makes perfect but definitely does allow for much improvement of results… Another full color image yet again of M42+M43 from my Nikon D90 from imaging captures [...]

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