La Tierra vista desde la estación espacial internacional.
Ever wanted to see Planet Earth from 248 miles away? That’s how high the International Space Station orbits above the earth, which is about the same distance as New York to Washington DC, or …
42 Mind-Blowing Photos Of Space From The Hubble Telescope
Cosmic eye candy. This week marks the anniversary of the launch of the Hubble Space Telescope way back in 1990. Thanks, Hubble, for providing us with "whoa" fodder for 22 years!
Deep Space 47 - The Dali Nebula
Still cruising in the vicinity of Abell 2029, the Hullbull RST nabs an image of part of a nearby nebula that exhibits somewhat similar geometry to the Pillars of Creation. Colored in one of the many Hullbull palettes, the red/yellow areas of the nebula represent sulfur, green represents ionized oxygen, and blue represents hydrogen. Areas of dusty dark nebula can be seen in the nebula formation. Background stars and stars within the nebula are either obscured or exhibit significant red shift…
New Hubble Project Provides Improved View of the Galaxy Cluster Abell 370
The NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope has started a new mission to shed light on the evolution of the earliest galaxies in the Universe.
Hubble at 25: the best images from the space telescope - in pictures
As the Hubble space telescope gets ready to celebrate 25 years since its launch, we look back at some of the most iconic images it has produced
October 25, 1965 – Astronaut Frank Borman looks over the Gemini 7 spacecraft during weight and balance tests conducted in the Pyrotechnic Installation Building, Merritt Island, Kennedy Space Center,...
Leo Triplet M65, M66, NGC 3628 Galaxies LRGB
A couple of weeks ago I posted this galaxy trio in luminance, here is the RGB added. 1.25 hours each of RGB. Again the skies were only 2/5 so I would like to add more RGB to this image. I have reprocessed and replaced original image, still not happy with it but until we get some nice weather, it's the best I can do. Location: DownUnder Observatory, Fremont MI Date of Shoot 30th March 2011, 7th, 8th and 9th April 2011 Camera: QHY9M monochrome CCD 32 x 5 min sub exposures Luminance 15 x 5 min…