Sometimes the player believed the universe had spoken to it through the light that fell from the crisp night sky of winter, where a fleck of light in the corner of the player's eye might be a star a million times as massive as the sun, boiling its pl
Our moon zoomed out and up close. There’s nothing quite like panning across the lunar surface with a big telescope. It’s like having your own private spaceship. My favorite thing to do is to watch the sunrise break over the rim of a crater over a few
Here’s last January’s lunar eclipse reprocessed to mix data from two scopes for better resolution. This image was captured from picacho peak, while the weather was extremely iffy. There was a perfectly timed break in the clouds to allow for some goodPicacho Peak State Park
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Unless you’re living under a rock I’m sure you’ve already heard that’s it’s the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing today. For me, I don’t look at this occasion as a time to be proud at the past, but as a time to be ashamed about the progress
Looking deep into the eagle nebula 7,000 light years away in the constellation Serpens. At the heart of the nebula lie the pillars of creation: so called because the pillars a formed by the coagulation of dust in space which will eventually lead to t
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totality will happen in about 2hr20min from now. Go check out any of the live streams on YouTube! I highly recommend watching. This image is of the eclipse two years ago in America, during the diamond ring at the very end.
Next week the shadow of the moon will fall over South America. To celebrate the occasion I’ve made a processing tutorial for those people who want to edit their images from the event. It shows how to apply the Espenak filter, which enhances details pWyoming
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Stare at the sky for long enough and it starts looking back. Here’s a 30ish hour integration of the helix nebula in Aquarius, the most boring zodiac constellation. This is what happens to stars when the give out and shed their outer layers, this is t
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