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Tag Archives: celestial objects
This roll cloud (while not a astronomical item) is striking. For more about it, visit Astronomy Picture Of the Day here. And no post about APOD would be complete without an image of a galaxy. Here is an image of … Continue reading
NASA has a website where you can search for images and video – Neil Armstrong, auroras on Jupiter, ET versus the Alien, etc. A great place to browse if you like that sort of thing. Here’s an image NASA made … Continue reading
Here are some raw, uncalibrated images of Cassini’s latest Enceladus flyby – taken today and sent back home to us. Seriously cool.
The Chandra x-ray observatory has found a galaxy cluster 10.2 billion light year old, at the limit of when galaxy clusters were thought to form. The cluster is in Cetus. Have a look.
It’s a couple of years old, but I just ran across the Galaxy Zoo project. It asks volunteers to look through images of galaxies and classify them. Having galaxies classified (elliptical, spiral, etc) by multiple people gives a more reliable … Continue reading
A beautiful map of all our space missions inside the solar system. From National Geographic. Different sizes of this image can be found here.
The moon obscured by an eruption from Old Faithful. From Astronomy Picture of the Day.