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Comet NEOWISE from ISS in real time & 4k
Music by Jesse Gallagher
( clip is real time x4 )
NGC7000 taken by Doncaster astronomical society members Rachael and Jonny
Skywatcher Evostar ED80
Total : 2hrs 30 data
Canon 600D full spectrum + Ha clip
#astrophotography #thephotohour #doncasterisgreat
Our Rotating Earth: https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap200701.html https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=re3oEKX6Fks
Now 6 months into my #analemma project, so I'm almost halfway through. Just got to fill in the gaps I missed due to the weather in February/March.
Moon Occults Venus: https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap200621.html
Magnetic Streamlines of the Milky Way: https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap200617.html by ESA, Planck;sText:sJoan Schmelz (USRA)
Atmospheric Ring of Venus: https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap200608.html
An incredible animation of Venus as it approached and just passed inferior conjunction the past few months by Dave Eagle.
I jumped on #Venus a bit earlier today.
There's still quite a bit of a safety margin left in my setup, so MIGHT just be possible to get another image tomorrow.
Just over 5 degrees away from The Sun and 0.4% illuminated. #Astrophotography
[RPT] Earth and Moon through Saturns Rings: https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap200527.html by @NASA, @esa, @NASAJPL, SSI, Cassini Imaging Team;sProcessing & License: Kevin M. Gill
Mystic Mountain Monster being Destroyed: https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap200525.html by Hubble, @NASA, @esa ;sProcessing & License:sJudy Schmidt
[RPT] Ghost Fungus to Magellanic Cloud: https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap200523.html
Well, I thought the Gusty winds were going to prevent me from stalking Venus this afternoon, but I was having none of it.
A composite image of all the planets I've captured this year from my backyard in #Johannesburg #Mercury #Venus #Mars #Jupiter #Saturn #Uranus and #Neptune
Journey into the Cosmic Reef: https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap200518.html https://www.youtube.com/embed/1qO6SG1HzyI
[RPT] Galaxy Wars: M81 and M82: https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap200515.html
I am running a Virtual Affinity Photo workshop on the 30th of May.
The workshop can be booked using my Web site: https://www.star-gazing.co.uk/WebPage/shop/affinityvirtualworkshop
Alternatively, my Affinity Photo Astrophotography Image Processing Guide can be purchased from my Web site:
Galaxy M61 with supernova 2020jfo.
At 52 million light years from Earth we are seeing a single star within its spiral arms literally tearing itself apart.
The other stars seen in the galaxy are in our Milky Way.
Can you tell which star it is?
Behind Betelgeuse: https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap200511.html
M81 and M82 - Bodes and Cigar galaxies taken on 7th May by DAS members Rachael and Jonny
#astronomy #astrophotography #thephotohour #iLoveDoncaster #doncasterisgreat
LDN 1471: A Windblown Star Cavity: https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap200506.html by Hubble, @NASA, @esa ;sProcessing & License:sJudy Schmidt
This is the 100km wide walled plain Plato taken last night.
Really pleased to have captured some of the craterlets on its floor.
M81 (left) aka Bode's Galaxy is a spiral galaxy in Ursa Major
M82 (right) is a starburst galaxy. The star burst activity is thought to have been triggered by an interaction with M81.
Taken by society member, Jonathan
#astronomy #astrophotography #thephotohour