The Milky Ring [2559 × 2000] | Image Credit & Copyright: Alvin Wu
The space station's orbit takes it as high 51.6 degrees above the equator offering awe-inspiring views of the Earth's aurora in between the city lights and the twinkling stars. #nasa #earth #aurora #night #star #city #light #international #space #station
The station's orbit takes it as high 51.6° above the equator offering awe-inspiring views of the Earth's aurora in between the city lights and the twinkling stars. https://t.co/gzNPCS8UMl https://t.co/JEAwJI0LEX
Moon phases. Can't stop watching https://t.co/TsOXB17cCV
A galaxy far, far away... 50 million light years from Earth, in the constellation of Virgo, the "lost galaxy" NGC 4535 shines, with its delicate swirls of newborn stars, burning furiously against their cool, blue ancestors: https://t.co/vNQFvAALaU https://t.co/SNoCAVPQ5n
Using 39 hours of exposure, I was able to reveal the swirling clouds of dust surrounding two galaxies [OC]
Apollo landers, Neil Armstrong's bootprint and other human artifacts on Moon officially protected by new US law
This might be a bit dumb, but I wanted to share this
Ben Cooper on Twitter: "Transporter-1" Photos of Payload Stack
How auora borealis really looks, Greenland
Ganymede: The largest moon known to humankind Size Comparions (Credit: NASA/JPL)
If Saturn Were Closer
SpaceX on Twitter: Due to unfavorable weather, we are standing down from today's launch; the team will continue with the countdown until T-30 seconds for data collection. Another launch attempt is available tomorrow, January 24 with a 22-minute window opening at 10:00 a.m. EST
Mobile shot of the pepperpot , isle of wight UK . Featuring a faint milkyway
What is the concrete octagon next to the space shuttle landing facility?
The coordinates for it are 28.627562, -80.695219 or you can use this link to see it on Google maps: https://maps.app.goo.gl/fELRCp5qT4d2c4b2A Right now my suspicion is radio array, based on the wires running across it, but those are an addition from the original structure based on historical satellite imagery, so I'm wondering what the original purpose was.