🌓 Moon 🌗. This is from last Monday 10th June, only just got around to playing with it. Still trying out different programs for editing and still not sure if I’m getting anywhere. This is 81 Lights processed in PIPP (converted to an AVI movie file) then stacked again in AutoStakkert! The reason I PIPP’d it first is because stacking 90% (even 80%) of the 81 Lights, my laptop kept running out of memory when it came to “Saving” it. The original photos were taken with a Canon 700D atop my Saxon 150DS. The images were “80 sec exposure at ISO 100.
Dual stars (Двойные звезды)
The term "dual” system is used to designate a star of stars rotating around the common centre of Amis. Such duets may consist of both the solar counterparts and the more exotic facilities, such as neutron stars or even black holes.
Термин «двойная» система используется для обозначения пар звезд, вращающихся вокруг общего центра масс. Такие дуэты могут состоять как из аналогов Солнца, так и из более экзотических объектов, таких как нейтронные звезды или даже черные дыры
The distance between the Earth and the Moon is about 240,000 miles; this is about 30 Earth diameters. Our Moon is so big that it actually stabilizes the rotation of the Earth. NASA Solar System Earth, Moon, Mars and beyond will enable a lunar outpost by the United States space Administration NASA is a vision of a permanent or semi-permanent presence of humans on the Moon. June’s full moon: The Almanac first published the Native American names for full moons in the 1930s. the orbit of the moon around the Earth is almost in the same plane as the orbit of the Earth around the sun.
When the sun appears highest in the sky near the summer solstice (coming up on June 21), the full moon opposite the sun generally appears lowest in the sky.
For those living at higher latitudes the full moon nearest the summer solstice shines through more atmosphere than at other times of the year. This can give it a reddish or rose color. The moon will hit its fullest point at 3:31 a.m. on Monday (June 17). It will appear nearly full from June 15 Saturday night through June 19 Tuesday morning. In addition to the full moon, the brightest planet in the evening sky will be Jupiter. It will appear in the southeast sky at about 18 degrees above the horizon. Jupiter was at its brightest and closest to the Earth last week. Mercury and Mars will also appear about a degree apart in the west-northwest at about 5 degrees above the horizon, with Mercury (appearing on the right) being brighter than Mars. Credit: NASA #exploration #explore #earth #planet #atmosphere #space #geostationary #ionosphere #airglow #gps #weather #astrophysics #observations #instruments #experiments #science #partnership #astronomy #universe #science #engineering #explore #exploration #solar #hardware #tools #solarsystem #mission #goals #planetEarth
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خوشه ستاره ای پروین:
این خوشه ستاره ای از نوع خوشه های ستاره ای باز و یا کهکشانی بوده که در صورت فلکی ثور قرار دارد. نام دیگر این صورت فلکی ثریا می باشد. همچنین این خوشه ستاره ای زیبا با نام پلیادها شناخته می شود.
این خوشه دارای ستارگانی جوان به رنگ آبی از سری B بوده و طول عمر آن در حدود یکصد میلیون سال تخمین زده می شود.
این خوشه با چشم غیر مسلح در آسمان زمستان نیمکره شمالی، اندکی پایین تر از بالای سر و به سمت جنوب، به سان تجمع کوچکی از ستاره ها که تقریبا تعداد شش ستاره آن قابل رویت است، دیده می شود.
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Pleiades Star Cluster! 🤓⠀
The Pleiades, also known as the Seven Sisters and Messier 45, are an open star cluster containing middle-aged, hot B-type stars located in the constellation of Taurus. It is among the nearest star clusters to Earth and is the cluster most obvious to the naked eye in the night sky. The cluster is dominated by hot blue and luminous stars that have formed within the last 100 million years. Reflection nebulae around the brightest stars were once thought to be left over material from the formation of the cluster, but are now considered likely to be an unrelated dust cloud in the interstellar medium through which the stars are currently passing.
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Aujourd’hui, LBDA rend hommage à la première femme cosmonaute, Valentina Tereshkova qui prit son envol le 16 juin 1963. Il fallut attendre les années 80 pour qu’une femme s’envole de nouveau dans l’espace : 1982 pour Svetlana Savitskaïa, et 1983 pour l’astrophysicienne américaine Sally Ride. Heureusement, les mentalités ont évolué et les femmes sont de plus en plus présentes dans l’aventure spatiale, astronautes, ingénieures, techniciennes, etc…
Cette semaine une photo qui n’a rien à voir, la pouponnière stellaire de la galaxie bullaire NGR GB1
La série complète sur le site de Litteul Bouts d'Art (lien en bio). #space #espace #moon #planete #lune #sky #systemesolaire #solarsystem #photographie #photography
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A U.S. Flag flies in front of the moon
during a lunar eclipse. (AP Photo/J. David Ake) J. David Ake National Aeronautics and Space Administration NASA exploring Moon, Mars and beyond. Fifty years ago since NASA last set foot on the Moon, our Nation has renewed the America’s and international focus on expanding humanity’s presence beyond Earth. 1950s Apollo to today in America and abroad National Aeronautics and Space Administration science investment in technology development will provide critical capabilities that create new jobs and businesses, inspire our youth and lead to futures where we evolve into a species that lives and works throughout the solar system. NASA's Strategic Technology Investment Plan, and lays out the strategy, guiding principles and priorities for developing technologies that are essential to NASA's mission and help achieve national goals. Many of the technologies developed will also help meet the needs of other government agencies as well as support the growth of the commercial space industry. NASA exploration of the Moon and beyond has marked NASA’s mission Space Policy Directive-1 provides the direction for NASA, commercial and international efforts to develop a permanent presence off Earth that generates new exploration.
American Flag on the Moon NASA National Aeronautics and Space Administration launch of Apollo 11, the first Lunar landing mission, on July 16, 1969. The massive Saturn V rocket lifted off from NASA's Kennedy Space Center with the lunar module and Command Module. gathered samples of lunar material and deployed scientific experiments that transmitted data about the lunar environment. Credit: NASA #exploration #explore #earth #planet #atmosphere #space #geostationary #ionosphere #airglow #gps #weather #astrophysics #observations #instruments #experiments #science #partnership #astronomy #universe #science #engineering #explore #exploration #solar #hardware #tools #solarsystem #mission #goals
After six days on Mars a storm forces the members of a NASA space mission to leave the surface of the planet and abort the mission, but during the storm one of the crew members (Mark Watney) is injured and is given for dead by his companions. However Mark Watney manages to survive the incident and ends up stranded alone on Mars without being able to communicate with his companions (who are already on their way to planet Earth) or any other person.
The book starts quite well, being written (at least the part of Mark Watney) in the first person and in the form of a blog in which Watney explains in detail to the reader the techniques he uses to survive and the science behind them.
I think Mark Watney is a character that I would like very much. Although I've only read the first chapter, Mark Watney already shows his witty, intelligent, optimistic and funny personality that probably makes reading the book much more fun and less dramatic.
What do you think
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Messier 102 (M102), also known as the Spindle Galaxy, is an edge-on lenticular galaxy located in the northern constellation Draco.
The Spindle Galaxy lies at a distance of 50 million light years from Earth and has an apparent magnitude of 10.7. It has the designation NGC 5866 in the New General Catalogue.
The galaxy occupies an area of 4.7 by 1.9 arc minutes of apparent sky, corresponding to a linear extension of about 60,000 light years. It is very difficult to see with binoculars, but easily visible in small telescopes, which show a thin, nebulous patch under good conditions.
Image credits: NASA, ESA, and The Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA) #mysolarplus #cynerve #SolarSystem #astrobin #astrophotography #astronomyeducation #astronomy #stemeducation #educationalgames #boardgames #augmentedreality #AR #arineducation
🍋Yayyy the collab with @aya.arts_ is finally done! Took me so long to post again so I'm very sorry... 💕Make sure to check out @aya.arts_ she is awesome and deserves so much more attention. Check out hers!
🚸Also this is highly inspired by the amazing @anett.pureandclassic so check her out!
#30DaysWild number 9 - save a spider! This cute little guy kept climbing on my hand, bungee jumping off my finger, then crawling back up and doing it all again. I've taken this money spider safely outside now. Sorry for the extreme close-up of my grody eczema-prone skin but at least it's also a pretty good view of my awesome solar system bracelet, created by @believelondonjewellery! #spiders #animals #nature #SolarSystem #BelieveLondon #jewelry #bracelet
Compared to other supermassive black hole scattered throughout the universe, the one at the core of our galaxy is mysteriously dorment. And now NASA thinks it knows why. A Powerful magnetic field at the centre of the Milky way is oriented just right to keep our galaxy's black hole, Sagittarius A*, from spewing high-energy radiation out into the cosmos or churning out the raw materials for new stars, according to NASA. Other black holes magnetic field funnel nearby gas straight into them, fueling the black holes and turning them into volatile cosmic furnaces. NASA scientists used High resolution Airborne wideband camera plus, this instrument gave NASA a look at 100,000 years worth of the magnetic field's activity. The spiral shape of the magnetic field channels the gas into an orbit around the black hole.
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When NASAJuno spacecraft flew by 9,000 km (5,600 miles) above the most famous storm in the Solar System, Jupiter's Great Red Spot.
Enjoy it now, cause it may disappear in the next 20 years, according to Glenn Orton, a lead Juno Mission team member at "The storm's vortex has maintained strength because of Jupiter's 300-400 mph (483-640 km/h) jetstreams, but like any storm, it won't go on forever. In truth, the GRS has been shrinking for a long time,"
In the late 1800s, the storm was perhaps as wide as 35,000 miles four times the diameter of Earth. When the nuclear-powered spacecraft Voyager 2 flew by Jupiter in 1979, however, the storm had shrunk to a bit more twice the width of our own planet.
As of April 3, 2017, the GRS spanned the width of 10,159 miles (16,350 kilometers), less than 1.3 times Earth's diameter. Jupiter can sustain longer storms because the gas planet has tens of thousands of miles of atmosphere, and spins much faster than Earth.
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Les 40 plus gros objets celestes du systeme solaire:
- Les 4 planètes telluriques, les 2 géantes gazeuses, les 2 géantes de glace et leurs plus gros satellites.
Plus des planètes naines et des astéroides.
Les échelles de diamètres sont bonnes, les ordres des listes aussi.
Les distances entre elles ne sont pas réalistes évidemment.
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