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Plato crater and the North end of Mare Imbrium.

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Mars Landscape -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This 360-degree mosaic from the Mast Camera (Mastcam) on NASA's Curiosity Mars rover looks out over a portion of the Bagnold Dunes, which stretch for several miles. The 115 individual images that were combined into this mosaic were acquired on March 24 and March 25, 2017. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- #mars #planet #space #universe #architecture #sculpture #painting #statue #artwork #art #creation #zoom #details #focus #perspective #nature #wanderlust #landscape #inspiration #serenity #meditation #peace #love #health #travel #astronomy #aerial
Mars Landscape -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This 360-degree mosaic from the Mast Camera (Mastcam) on NASA's Curiosity Mars rover looks out over a portion of the Bagnold Dunes, which stretch for several miles. The 115 individual images that were combined into this mosaic were acquired on March 24 and March 25, 2017. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- #mars  #planet  #space  #universe  #architecture  #sculpture  #painting  #statue  #artwork  #art  #creation  #zoom  #details  #focus  #perspective  #nature  #wanderlust  #landscape  #inspiration  #serenity  #meditation  #peace  #love  #health  #travel  #astronomy  #aerial 
Mars Landscape -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This 360-degree mosaic from the Mast Camera (Mastcam) on NASA's Curiosity Mars rover looks out over a portion of the Bagnold Dunes, which stretch for several miles. The 115 individual images that were combined into this mosaic were acquired on March 24 and March 25, 2017. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- #mars #planet #space #universe #architecture #sculpture #painting #statue #artwork #art #creation #zoom #details #focus #perspective #nature #wanderlust #landscape #inspiration #serenity #meditation #peace #love #health #travel #astronomy #aerial
Mars Landscape -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This 360-degree mosaic from the Mast Camera (Mastcam) on NASA's Curiosity Mars rover looks out over a portion of the Bagnold Dunes, which stretch for several miles. The 115 individual images that were combined into this mosaic were acquired on March 24 and March 25, 2017. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- #mars  #planet  #space  #universe  #architecture  #sculpture  #painting  #statue  #artwork  #art  #creation  #zoom  #details  #focus  #perspective  #nature  #wanderlust  #landscape  #inspiration  #serenity  #meditation  #peace  #love  #health  #travel  #astronomy  #aerial 
24 hour Auction

Space Scene Pendant opens up at $0 with at least $1 bids add $4 for shipping in the US, International is additional.  Auction will end 24 hours after the first bid with a 15 minute sniping rule. Pendant will come signed BP17. Thanks #space 
#spaceglass #spacependant #spaceart #pendant #boro #pendantsofig #glassauction #glassforsale #glassofig  #headyglass #galaxy #universe #comet #glass #astronomy #stars #outerspace #cosmos
Amazing #NASA #neutronstars 
#Repost @nasa (@get_repost)
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Round and round they go - then BOOM! This animation begins with the final moments of two neutron stars (the super-dense cores of exploded massive stars), whirling around each other in a galaxy 130 million light-years away. Gravitational waves (rippling disturbance in space-time, shown here as pale arcs) bleed away orbital energy, causing the stars to move closer together and merge. 
As the stars collide, this explosive event emits light across a series of different wavelengths - first gamma rays (magenta), then ultraviolet (violet), then visible and infrared (blue-white to red) and once the jet directed toward us expanded into our view from Earth, X-rays (blue). Our Fermi Gamma-Ray Space Telescope witnessed this event on August 17, 2017 and we watched it unfold over multiple days with a variety of other telescopes, including the Swift spacecraft, the Hubble Space Telescope (@NASAHubble), the Spitzer Space Telescope, our Chandra X-Ray Observatory (@NASAChandraXray) and our NuSTAR mission. The detectors at the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) received a gravitational wave signal just 1.7 seconds before the first light was seen by Fermi, making this the first event observed in both light and gravitational waves. 
Credit: @NASAGoddard/CI Lab 
#space #nasa #universe #galaxy #stars #astrophysics #astronomy #science #gammarays #ultraviolet #infrared #xrays #gravitationalwaves #neutronstars #hubble #chandra #spitzer #nustar #fermi #swift
Amazing #NASA  #neutronstars  #Repost  @nasa (@get_repost) ・・・ Round and round they go - then BOOM! This animation begins with the final moments of two neutron stars (the super-dense cores of exploded massive stars), whirling around each other in a galaxy 130 million light-years away. Gravitational waves (rippling disturbance in space-time, shown here as pale arcs) bleed away orbital energy, causing the stars to move closer together and merge. As the stars collide, this explosive event emits light across a series of different wavelengths - first gamma rays (magenta), then ultraviolet (violet), then visible and infrared (blue-white to red) and once the jet directed toward us expanded into our view from Earth, X-rays (blue). Our Fermi Gamma-Ray Space Telescope witnessed this event on August 17, 2017 and we watched it unfold over multiple days with a variety of other telescopes, including the Swift spacecraft, the Hubble Space Telescope (@NASAHubble), the Spitzer Space Telescope, our Chandra X-Ray Observatory (@NASAChandraXray) and our NuSTAR mission. The detectors at the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) received a gravitational wave signal just 1.7 seconds before the first light was seen by Fermi, making this the first event observed in both light and gravitational waves. Credit: @NASAGoddard/CI Lab #space  #nasa  #universe  #galaxy  #stars  #astrophysics  #astronomy  #science  #gammarays  #ultraviolet  #infrared  #xrays  #gravitationalwaves  #neutronstars  #hubble  #chandra  #spitzer  #nustar  #fermi  #swift 
Mars Landscape -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This 360-degree mosaic from the Mast Camera (Mastcam) on NASA's Curiosity Mars rover looks out over a portion of the Bagnold Dunes, which stretch for several miles. The 115 individual images that were combined into this mosaic were acquired on March 24 and March 25, 2017. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- #mars #planet #space #universe #architecture #sculpture #painting #statue #artwork #art #creation #zoom #details #focus #perspective #nature #wanderlust #landscape #inspiration #serenity #meditation #peace #love #health #travel #astronomy #aerial
Mars Landscape -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This 360-degree mosaic from the Mast Camera (Mastcam) on NASA's Curiosity Mars rover looks out over a portion of the Bagnold Dunes, which stretch for several miles. The 115 individual images that were combined into this mosaic were acquired on March 24 and March 25, 2017. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- #mars  #planet  #space  #universe  #architecture  #sculpture  #painting  #statue  #artwork  #art  #creation  #zoom  #details  #focus  #perspective  #nature  #wanderlust  #landscape  #inspiration  #serenity  #meditation  #peace  #love  #health  #travel  #astronomy  #aerial 
The solar system + pluto and charon

Or if you're living before 2006 just the solar system

Or if you're living before the 1850s the solar system - Ceres 
Day 16 
#inktober2017 #inktober #ink #drawing #art #draw #blackink #plutoisbotaplanet #astronomy *notaccurate
Mars Landscape -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This 360-degree mosaic from the Mast Camera (Mastcam) on NASA's Curiosity Mars rover looks out over a portion of the Bagnold Dunes, which stretch for several miles. The 115 individual images that were combined into this mosaic were acquired on March 24 and March 25, 2017. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- #mars #planet #space #universe #architecture #sculpture #painting #statue #artwork #art #creation #zoom #details #focus #perspective #nature #wanderlust #landscape #inspiration #serenity #meditation #peace #love #health #travel #astronomy #aerial
Mars Landscape -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This 360-degree mosaic from the Mast Camera (Mastcam) on NASA's Curiosity Mars rover looks out over a portion of the Bagnold Dunes, which stretch for several miles. The 115 individual images that were combined into this mosaic were acquired on March 24 and March 25, 2017. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- #mars  #planet  #space  #universe  #architecture  #sculpture  #painting  #statue  #artwork  #art  #creation  #zoom  #details  #focus  #perspective  #nature  #wanderlust  #landscape  #inspiration  #serenity  #meditation  #peace  #love  #health  #travel  #astronomy  #aerial 
Mars Landscape -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This 360-degree mosaic from the Mast Camera (Mastcam) on NASA's Curiosity Mars rover looks out over a portion of the Bagnold Dunes, which stretch for several miles. The 115 individual images that were combined into this mosaic were acquired on March 24 and March 25, 2017. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- #mars #planet #space #universe #architecture #sculpture #painting #statue #artwork #art #creation #zoom #details #focus #perspective #nature #wanderlust #landscape #inspiration #serenity #meditation #peace #love #health #travel #astronomy #aerial
Mars Landscape -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This 360-degree mosaic from the Mast Camera (Mastcam) on NASA's Curiosity Mars rover looks out over a portion of the Bagnold Dunes, which stretch for several miles. The 115 individual images that were combined into this mosaic were acquired on March 24 and March 25, 2017. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- #mars  #planet  #space  #universe  #architecture  #sculpture  #painting  #statue  #artwork  #art  #creation  #zoom  #details  #focus  #perspective  #nature  #wanderlust  #landscape  #inspiration  #serenity  #meditation  #peace  #love  #health  #travel  #astronomy  #aerial 
Mars Landscape -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This 360-degree mosaic from the Mast Camera (Mastcam) on NASA's Curiosity Mars rover looks out over a portion of the Bagnold Dunes, which stretch for several miles. The 115 individual images that were combined into this mosaic were acquired on March 24 and March 25, 2017. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- #mars #planet #space #universe #architecture #sculpture #painting #statue #artwork #art #creation #zoom #details #focus #perspective #nature #wanderlust #landscape #inspiration #serenity #meditation #peace #love #health #travel #astronomy #aerial
Mars Landscape -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This 360-degree mosaic from the Mast Camera (Mastcam) on NASA's Curiosity Mars rover looks out over a portion of the Bagnold Dunes, which stretch for several miles. The 115 individual images that were combined into this mosaic were acquired on March 24 and March 25, 2017. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- #mars  #planet  #space  #universe  #architecture  #sculpture  #painting  #statue  #artwork  #art  #creation  #zoom  #details  #focus  #perspective  #nature  #wanderlust  #landscape  #inspiration  #serenity  #meditation  #peace  #love  #health  #travel  #astronomy  #aerial 
Merging neutron stars generate gravitational waves and a celestial light show.
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Our home galaxy above Paranal Observatory. The Laser Guide Star Facility is shooting four lasers into the upper atmosphere to analyze turbulence patterns which are then cancelled out by deformable mirrors in real time. The resulting images are nearly as sharp as if they were taken from space. #astronomy #milkyway #esoastronomy #stars #science #observatory #paranal #nightsky #nightscape #skyscape #photography #chile #Atacama #laser #adaptiveoptics #technology
Our home galaxy above Paranal Observatory. The Laser Guide Star Facility is shooting four lasers into the upper atmosphere to analyze turbulence patterns which are then cancelled out by deformable mirrors in real time. The resulting images are nearly as sharp as if they were taken from space. #astronomy  #milkyway  #esoastronomy  #stars  #science  #observatory  #paranal  #nightsky  #nightscape  #skyscape  #photography  #chile  #Atacama  #laser  #adaptiveoptics  #technology 
Dos estrellas de neutrones se estrellan hace 130 millones de años... hace dos meses las ondas (gamma, UV, luz visible, infrarroja) de su explosión llegó a la tierra y 1.7 segundos antes el LIGO detectó las ondas gravitacionales producidas en la colision. Primera vez que lo hacemos... vivimos en la mejor época de la historia.

@Regranned from @nasa -  Round and round they go - then BOOM! This animation begins with the final moments of two neutron stars (the super-dense cores of exploded massive stars), whirling around each other in a galaxy 130 million light-years away. Gravitational waves (rippling disturbance in space-time, shown here as pale arcs) bleed away orbital energy, causing the stars to move closer together and merge. 
As the stars collide, this explosive event emits light across a series of different wavelengths - first gamma rays (magenta), then ultraviolet (violet), then visible and infrared (blue-white to red) and once the jet directed toward us expanded into our view from Earth, X-rays (blue). Our Fermi Gamma-Ray Space Telescope witnessed this event on August 17, 2017 and we watched it unfold over multiple days with a variety of other telescopes, including the Swift spacecraft, the Hubble Space Telescope (@NASAHubble), the Spitzer Space Telescope, our Chandra X-Ray Observatory (@NASAChandraXray) and our NuSTAR mission. The detectors at the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) received a gravitational wave signal just 1.7 seconds before the first light was seen by Fermi, making this the first event observed in both light and gravitational waves.

Credit: @NASAGoddard/CI Lab 
#space #nasa #universe #galaxy #stars #astrophysics #astronomy #science #gammarays #ultraviolet #infrared #xrays #gravitationalwaves #neutronstars #hubble #chandra #spitzer #nustar #fermi #swift - #regrann
Dos estrellas de neutrones se estrellan hace 130 millones de años... hace dos meses las ondas (gamma, UV, luz visible, infrarroja) de su explosión llegó a la tierra y 1.7 segundos antes el LIGO detectó las ondas gravitacionales producidas en la colision. Primera vez que lo hacemos... vivimos en la mejor época de la historia. @Regranned from @nasa - Round and round they go - then BOOM! This animation begins with the final moments of two neutron stars (the super-dense cores of exploded massive stars), whirling around each other in a galaxy 130 million light-years away. Gravitational waves (rippling disturbance in space-time, shown here as pale arcs) bleed away orbital energy, causing the stars to move closer together and merge. As the stars collide, this explosive event emits light across a series of different wavelengths - first gamma rays (magenta), then ultraviolet (violet), then visible and infrared (blue-white to red) and once the jet directed toward us expanded into our view from Earth, X-rays (blue). Our Fermi Gamma-Ray Space Telescope witnessed this event on August 17, 2017 and we watched it unfold over multiple days with a variety of other telescopes, including the Swift spacecraft, the Hubble Space Telescope (@NASAHubble), the Spitzer Space Telescope, our Chandra X-Ray Observatory (@NASAChandraXray) and our NuSTAR mission. The detectors at the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) received a gravitational wave signal just 1.7 seconds before the first light was seen by Fermi, making this the first event observed in both light and gravitational waves. Credit: @NASAGoddard/CI Lab #space  #nasa  #universe  #galaxy  #stars  #astrophysics  #astronomy  #science  #gammarays  #ultraviolet  #infrared  #xrays  #gravitationalwaves  #neutronstars  #hubble  #chandra  #spitzer  #nustar  #fermi  #swift  - #regrann 
"I've learned that following the news from space can make Earth seem like a swirl of chaos and conflict, and that seeing the environmental degradation caused by humans is heartbreaking. I've also learned that our planet is the most beautiful thing I've ever seen and that we're lucky to have it." Scott Kelly, Astronaut 👩‍🚀#scottkelly #astronaut #astronomy #museumofnaturalhistory #oneyearinspace #endurance #discovery #perspective #neildegrassetyson #conversation #palebluedot
"I've learned that following the news from space can make Earth seem like a swirl of chaos and conflict, and that seeing the environmental degradation caused by humans is heartbreaking. I've also learned that our planet is the most beautiful thing I've ever seen and that we're lucky to have it." Scott Kelly, Astronaut 👩‍🚀#scottkelly  #astronaut  #astronomy  #museumofnaturalhistory  #oneyearinspace  #endurance  #discovery  #perspective  #neildegrassetyson  #conversation  #palebluedot 
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El descubrimiento de las ondas 〰 gravitacionales presentado por la NASA y por dos super poderosas estrellas ✨ de neutrones. #nasa 🚀 ☁ #astronomia #astronomy #science #ciencia #China 🇨🇳 #usa 🇺🇸#cdmx 🇲🇽 #mexico 🇲🇽 #Dubai 🇦🇪 #Israel 🇮🇱#malaysia #España #ibiza❤️ #Cuba #catalunya #Nigeria #sudafrica #egypt 🇪🇬 #uk 🇬🇧 #France 🇫🇷 #japan 🇯🇵 #welcome #visitmexico #Australia 🌏 @beautiful.newzealand #🏩
El descubrimiento de las ondas 〰 gravitacionales presentado por la NASA y por dos super poderosas estrellas ✨ de neutrones. #nasa  🚀 ☁ #astronomia  #astronomy  #science  #ciencia  #China  🇨🇳 #usa  🇺🇸#cdmx  🇲🇽 #mexico  🇲🇽 #Dubai  🇦🇪 #Israel  🇮🇱#malaysia  #España  #ibiza ❤️ #Cuba  #catalunya  #Nigeria  #sudafrica  #egypt  🇪🇬 #uk  🇬🇧 #France  🇫🇷 #japan  🇯🇵 #welcome  #visitmexico  #Australia  🌏 @beautiful.newzealand #🏩
Amazing!
@Repost from @nasa - Round and round they go - then BOOM! This animation begins with the final moments of two neutron stars (the super-dense cores of exploded massive stars), whirling around each other in a galaxy 130 million light-years away. Gravitational waves (rippling disturbance in space-time, shown here as pale arcs) bleed away orbital energy, causing the stars to move closer together and merge. 
As the stars collide, this explosive event emits light across a series of different wavelengths - first gamma rays (magenta), then ultraviolet (violet), then visible and infrared (blue-white to red) and once the jet directed toward us expanded into our view from Earth, X-rays (blue). Our Fermi Gamma-Ray Space Telescope witnessed this event on August 17, 2017 and we watched it unfold over multiple days with a variety of other telescopes, including the Swift spacecraft, the Hubble Space Telescope (@NASAHubble), the Spitzer Space Telescope, our Chandra X-Ray Observatory (@NASAChandraXray) and our NuSTAR mission. The detectors at the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) received a gravitational wave signal just 1.7 seconds before the first light was seen by Fermi, making this the first event observed in both light and gravitational waves. 
Credit: @NASAGoddard/CI Lab 
#space #nasa #universe #galaxy #stars #astrophysics #astronomy #science #gammarays #ultraviolet #infrared #xrays #gravitationalwaves #neutronstars #hubble #chandra #spitzer #nustar #fermi #swift
Amazing! @Repost from @nasa - Round and round they go - then BOOM! This animation begins with the final moments of two neutron stars (the super-dense cores of exploded massive stars), whirling around each other in a galaxy 130 million light-years away. Gravitational waves (rippling disturbance in space-time, shown here as pale arcs) bleed away orbital energy, causing the stars to move closer together and merge. As the stars collide, this explosive event emits light across a series of different wavelengths - first gamma rays (magenta), then ultraviolet (violet), then visible and infrared (blue-white to red) and once the jet directed toward us expanded into our view from Earth, X-rays (blue). Our Fermi Gamma-Ray Space Telescope witnessed this event on August 17, 2017 and we watched it unfold over multiple days with a variety of other telescopes, including the Swift spacecraft, the Hubble Space Telescope (@NASAHubble), the Spitzer Space Telescope, our Chandra X-Ray Observatory (@NASAChandraXray) and our NuSTAR mission. The detectors at the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) received a gravitational wave signal just 1.7 seconds before the first light was seen by Fermi, making this the first event observed in both light and gravitational waves. Credit: @NASAGoddard/CI Lab #space  #nasa  #universe  #galaxy  #stars  #astrophysics  #astronomy  #science  #gammarays  #ultraviolet  #infrared  #xrays  #gravitationalwaves  #neutronstars  #hubble  #chandra  #spitzer  #nustar  #fermi  #swift 
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Delicate Arch en Silhouette

I got up to the trailhead of Delicate Arch around 1am, not knowing how long it would take and how many times I would get lost. Fortunately, I ran into an Australian man and his friend after my first wrong turn. Then we made about four more wrong moves together, swearing at each corner that "This has to be it!". Don't underestimate the landscape of the barren wonder that is Arches. We wandered for a while in the dark, before spotting Delicate Arch across a valley. When we finally doubled back to hit the right trail, which conveniently had a kid calling out to a few lost hikers, we were alongside a wall on one side, nothing but void on the other. Right when we summited up, someone directed me to "a great vantage point". I jumped up, took some pictures, then looked less than a foot behind me to find a drop so massive, in the darkness it could make your heart stop. That's the beauty and danger of wandering around at night. You see something you want, you go for it, then all of a sudden you realize you're positioned on top of a 4 x 4 platform with a thousand foot drop behind you.
Delicate Arch en Silhouette I got up to the trailhead of Delicate Arch around 1am, not knowing how long it would take and how many times I would get lost. Fortunately, I ran into an Australian man and his friend after my first wrong turn. Then we made about four more wrong moves together, swearing at each corner that "This has to be it!". Don't underestimate the landscape of the barren wonder that is Arches. We wandered for a while in the dark, before spotting Delicate Arch across a valley. When we finally doubled back to hit the right trail, which conveniently had a kid calling out to a few lost hikers, we were alongside a wall on one side, nothing but void on the other. Right when we summited up, someone directed me to "a great vantage point". I jumped up, took some pictures, then looked less than a foot behind me to find a drop so massive, in the darkness it could make your heart stop. That's the beauty and danger of wandering around at night. You see something you want, you go for it, then all of a sudden you realize you're positioned on top of a 4 x 4 platform with a thousand foot drop behind you.
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@Regranned from @nasa -  Round and round they go - then BOOM! This animation begins with the final moments of two neutron stars (the super-dense cores of exploded massive stars), whirling around each other in a galaxy 130 million light-years away. Gravitational waves (rippling disturbance in space-time, shown here as pale arcs) bleed away orbital energy, causing the stars to move closer together and merge. 
As the stars collide, this explosive event emits light across a series of different wavelengths - first gamma rays (magenta), then ultraviolet (violet), then visible and infrared (blue-white to red) and once the jet directed toward us expanded into our view from Earth, X-rays (blue). Our Fermi Gamma-Ray Space Telescope witnessed this event on August 17, 2017 and we watched it unfold over multiple days with a variety of other telescopes, including the Swift spacecraft, the Hubble Space Telescope (@NASAHubble), the Spitzer Space Telescope, our Chandra X-Ray Observatory (@NASAChandraXray) and our NuSTAR mission. The detectors at the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) received a gravitational wave signal just 1.7 seconds before the first light was seen by Fermi, making this the first event observed in both light and gravitational waves. 
Credit: @NASAGoddard/CI Lab 
#space #nasa #universe #galaxy #stars #astrophysics #astronomy #science #gammarays #ultraviolet #infrared #xrays #gravitationalwaves #neutronstars #hubble #chandra #spitzer #nustar #fermi #swift - #regrann
@Regranned from @nasa - Round and round they go - then BOOM! This animation begins with the final moments of two neutron stars (the super-dense cores of exploded massive stars), whirling around each other in a galaxy 130 million light-years away. Gravitational waves (rippling disturbance in space-time, shown here as pale arcs) bleed away orbital energy, causing the stars to move closer together and merge. As the stars collide, this explosive event emits light across a series of different wavelengths - first gamma rays (magenta), then ultraviolet (violet), then visible and infrared (blue-white to red) and once the jet directed toward us expanded into our view from Earth, X-rays (blue). Our Fermi Gamma-Ray Space Telescope witnessed this event on August 17, 2017 and we watched it unfold over multiple days with a variety of other telescopes, including the Swift spacecraft, the Hubble Space Telescope (@NASAHubble), the Spitzer Space Telescope, our Chandra X-Ray Observatory (@NASAChandraXray) and our NuSTAR mission. The detectors at the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) received a gravitational wave signal just 1.7 seconds before the first light was seen by Fermi, making this the first event observed in both light and gravitational waves. Credit: @NASAGoddard/CI Lab #space  #nasa  #universe  #galaxy  #stars  #astrophysics  #astronomy  #science  #gammarays  #ultraviolet  #infrared  #xrays  #gravitationalwaves  #neutronstars  #hubble  #chandra  #spitzer  #nustar  #fermi  #swift  - #regrann 
Blows my mind! So amazing😮 @nasa ・・・
Round and round they go - then BOOM! This animation begins with the final moments of two neutron stars (the super-dense cores of exploded massive stars), whirling around each other in a galaxy 130 million light-years away. Gravitational waves (rippling disturbance in space-time, shown here as pale arcs) bleed away orbital energy, causing the stars to move closer together and merge. 
As the stars collide, this explosive event emits light across a series of different wavelengths - first gamma rays (magenta), then ultraviolet (violet), then visible and infrared (blue-white to red) and once the jet directed toward us expanded into our view from Earth, X-rays (blue). Our Fermi Gamma-Ray Space Telescope witnessed this event on August 17, 2017 and we watched it unfold over multiple days with a variety of other telescopes, including the Swift spacecraft, the Hubble Space Telescope (@NASAHubble), the Spitzer Space Telescope, our Chandra X-Ray Observatory (@NASAChandraXray) and our NuSTAR mission. The detectors at the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) received a gravitational wave signal just 1.7 seconds before the first light was seen by Fermi, making this the first event observed in both light and gravitational waves. 
Credit: @NASAGoddard/CI Lab 
#space #nasa #universe #galaxy #stars #astrophysics #astronomy #science #gammarays #ultraviolet #infrared #xrays #gravitationalwaves #neutronstars #hubble #chandra #spitzer #nustar #fermi #swift
Blows my mind! So amazing😮 @nasa ・・・ Round and round they go - then BOOM! This animation begins with the final moments of two neutron stars (the super-dense cores of exploded massive stars), whirling around each other in a galaxy 130 million light-years away. Gravitational waves (rippling disturbance in space-time, shown here as pale arcs) bleed away orbital energy, causing the stars to move closer together and merge. As the stars collide, this explosive event emits light across a series of different wavelengths - first gamma rays (magenta), then ultraviolet (violet), then visible and infrared (blue-white to red) and once the jet directed toward us expanded into our view from Earth, X-rays (blue). Our Fermi Gamma-Ray Space Telescope witnessed this event on August 17, 2017 and we watched it unfold over multiple days with a variety of other telescopes, including the Swift spacecraft, the Hubble Space Telescope (@NASAHubble), the Spitzer Space Telescope, our Chandra X-Ray Observatory (@NASAChandraXray) and our NuSTAR mission. The detectors at the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) received a gravitational wave signal just 1.7 seconds before the first light was seen by Fermi, making this the first event observed in both light and gravitational waves. Credit: @NASAGoddard/CI Lab #space  #nasa  #universe  #galaxy  #stars  #astrophysics  #astronomy  #science  #gammarays  #ultraviolet  #infrared  #xrays  #gravitationalwaves  #neutronstars  #hubble  #chandra  #spitzer  #nustar  #fermi  #swift 
#Repost @nasa (@get_repost)
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Round and round they go - then BOOM! This animation begins with the final moments of two neutron stars (the super-dense cores of exploded massive stars), whirling around each other in a galaxy 130 million light-years away. Gravitational waves (rippling disturbance in space-time, shown here as pale arcs) bleed away orbital energy, causing the stars to move closer together and merge. 
As the stars collide, this explosive event emits light across a series of different wavelengths - first gamma rays (magenta), then ultraviolet (violet), then visible and infrared (blue-white to red) and once the jet directed toward us expanded into our view from Earth, X-rays (blue). Our Fermi Gamma-Ray Space Telescope witnessed this event on August 17, 2017 and we watched it unfold over multiple days with a variety of other telescopes, including the Swift spacecraft, the Hubble Space Telescope (@NASAHubble), the Spitzer Space Telescope, our Chandra X-Ray Observatory (@NASAChandraXray) and our NuSTAR mission. The detectors at the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) received a gravitational wave signal just 1.7 seconds before the first light was seen by Fermi, making this the first event observed in both light and gravitational waves. 
Credit: @NASAGoddard/CI Lab 
#space #nasa #universe #galaxy #stars #astrophysics #astronomy #science #gammarays #ultraviolet #infrared #xrays #gravitationalwaves #neutronstars #hubble #chandra #spitzer #nustar #fermi #swift
#Repost  @nasa (@get_repost) ・・・ Round and round they go - then BOOM! This animation begins with the final moments of two neutron stars (the super-dense cores of exploded massive stars), whirling around each other in a galaxy 130 million light-years away. Gravitational waves (rippling disturbance in space-time, shown here as pale arcs) bleed away orbital energy, causing the stars to move closer together and merge. As the stars collide, this explosive event emits light across a series of different wavelengths - first gamma rays (magenta), then ultraviolet (violet), then visible and infrared (blue-white to red) and once the jet directed toward us expanded into our view from Earth, X-rays (blue). Our Fermi Gamma-Ray Space Telescope witnessed this event on August 17, 2017 and we watched it unfold over multiple days with a variety of other telescopes, including the Swift spacecraft, the Hubble Space Telescope (@NASAHubble), the Spitzer Space Telescope, our Chandra X-Ray Observatory (@NASAChandraXray) and our NuSTAR mission. The detectors at the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) received a gravitational wave signal just 1.7 seconds before the first light was seen by Fermi, making this the first event observed in both light and gravitational waves. Credit: @NASAGoddard/CI Lab #space  #nasa  #universe  #galaxy  #stars  #astrophysics  #astronomy  #science  #gammarays  #ultraviolet  #infrared  #xrays  #gravitationalwaves  #neutronstars  #hubble  #chandra  #spitzer  #nustar  #fermi  #swift 
Round and round they go - then BOOM! This animation begins with the final moments of two neutron stars (the super-dense cores of exploded massive stars), whirling around each other in a galaxy 130 million light-years away. Gravitational waves (rippling disturbance in space-time, shown here as pale arcs) bleed away orbital energy, causing the stars to move closer together and merge. 
As the stars collide, this explosive event emits light across a series of different wavelengths - first gamma rays (magenta), then ultraviolet (violet), then visible and infrared (blue-white to red) and once the jet directed toward us expanded into our view from Earth, X-rays (blue). Our Fermi Gamma-Ray Space Telescope witnessed this event on August 17, 2017 and we watched it unfold over multiple days with a variety of other telescopes, including the Swift spacecraft, the Hubble Space Telescope (@NASAHubble), the Spitzer Space Telescope, our Chandra X-Ray Observatory (@NASAChandraXray) and our NuSTAR mission. The detectors at the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) received a gravitational wave signal just 1.7 seconds before the first light was seen by Fermi, making this the first event observed in both light and gravitational waves. 
Credit: @NASAGoddard/CI Lab 
#space #nasa #universe #galaxy #stars #astrophysics #astronomy #science #gammarays #ultraviolet #infrared #xrays #gravitationalwaves #neutronstars #hubble #chandra #spitzer #nustar #fermi #swift
Round and round they go - then BOOM! This animation begins with the final moments of two neutron stars (the super-dense cores of exploded massive stars), whirling around each other in a galaxy 130 million light-years away. Gravitational waves (rippling disturbance in space-time, shown here as pale arcs) bleed away orbital energy, causing the stars to move closer together and merge. As the stars collide, this explosive event emits light across a series of different wavelengths - first gamma rays (magenta), then ultraviolet (violet), then visible and infrared (blue-white to red) and once the jet directed toward us expanded into our view from Earth, X-rays (blue). Our Fermi Gamma-Ray Space Telescope witnessed this event on August 17, 2017 and we watched it unfold over multiple days with a variety of other telescopes, including the Swift spacecraft, the Hubble Space Telescope (@NASAHubble), the Spitzer Space Telescope, our Chandra X-Ray Observatory (@NASAChandraXray) and our NuSTAR mission. The detectors at the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) received a gravitational wave signal just 1.7 seconds before the first light was seen by Fermi, making this the first event observed in both light and gravitational waves. Credit: @NASAGoddard/CI Lab #space  #nasa  #universe  #galaxy  #stars  #astrophysics  #astronomy  #science  #gammarays  #ultraviolet  #infrared  #xrays  #gravitationalwaves  #neutronstars  #hubble  #chandra  #spitzer  #nustar  #fermi  #swift 
#Repost @nasa (@get_repost)
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Round and round they go - then BOOM! This animation begins with the final moments of two neutron stars (the super-dense cores of exploded massive stars), whirling around each other in a galaxy 130 million light-years away. Gravitational waves (rippling disturbance in space-time, shown here as pale arcs) bleed away orbital energy, causing the stars to move closer together and merge. 
As the stars collide, this explosive event emits light across a series of different wavelengths - first gamma rays (magenta), then ultraviolet (violet), then visible and infrared (blue-white to red) and once the jet directed toward us expanded into our view from Earth, X-rays (blue). Our Fermi Gamma-Ray Space Telescope witnessed this event on August 17, 2017 and we watched it unfold over multiple days with a variety of other telescopes, including the Swift spacecraft, the Hubble Space Telescope (@NASAHubble), the Spitzer Space Telescope, our Chandra X-Ray Observatory (@NASAChandraXray) and our NuSTAR mission. The detectors at the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) received a gravitational wave signal just 1.7 seconds before the first light was seen by Fermi, making this the first event observed in both light and gravitational waves. 
Credit: @NASAGoddard/CI Lab 
#space #nasa #universe #galaxy #stars #astrophysics #astronomy #science #gammarays #ultraviolet #infrared #xrays #gravitationalwaves #neutronstars #hubble #chandra #spitzer #nustar #fermi #swift
#Repost  @nasa (@get_repost) ・・・ Round and round they go - then BOOM! This animation begins with the final moments of two neutron stars (the super-dense cores of exploded massive stars), whirling around each other in a galaxy 130 million light-years away. Gravitational waves (rippling disturbance in space-time, shown here as pale arcs) bleed away orbital energy, causing the stars to move closer together and merge. As the stars collide, this explosive event emits light across a series of different wavelengths - first gamma rays (magenta), then ultraviolet (violet), then visible and infrared (blue-white to red) and once the jet directed toward us expanded into our view from Earth, X-rays (blue). Our Fermi Gamma-Ray Space Telescope witnessed this event on August 17, 2017 and we watched it unfold over multiple days with a variety of other telescopes, including the Swift spacecraft, the Hubble Space Telescope (@NASAHubble), the Spitzer Space Telescope, our Chandra X-Ray Observatory (@NASAChandraXray) and our NuSTAR mission. The detectors at the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) received a gravitational wave signal just 1.7 seconds before the first light was seen by Fermi, making this the first event observed in both light and gravitational waves. Credit: @NASAGoddard/CI Lab #space  #nasa  #universe  #galaxy  #stars  #astrophysics  #astronomy  #science  #gammarays  #ultraviolet  #infrared  #xrays  #gravitationalwaves  #neutronstars  #hubble  #chandra  #spitzer  #nustar  #fermi  #swift 
Pleiades🌌
Pleiades🌌
Don’t mind the @radisiphotography Jeep in the foreground...
#radisiphotography #texas #photography #photos #photo #astronomy #astrophotography #nightsky #stars #beautiful #getlost #travel #travelphotography
Green Building views. Don't check out my grid! 😅🤓💡
Green Building views. Don't check out my grid! 😅🤓💡
Hot damn! ☄️☄️💥💥💥💥 #Repost @nasa
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Round and round they go - then BOOM! This animation begins with the final moments of two neutron stars (the super-dense cores of exploded massive stars), whirling around each other in a galaxy 130 million light-years away. Gravitational waves (rippling disturbance in space-time, shown here as pale arcs) bleed away orbital energy, causing the stars to move closer together and merge. 
As the stars collide, this explosive event emits light across a series of different wavelengths - first gamma rays (magenta), then ultraviolet (violet), then visible and infrared (blue-white to red) and once the jet directed toward us expanded into our view from Earth, X-rays (blue). Our Fermi Gamma-Ray Space Telescope witnessed this event on August 17, 2017 and we watched it unfold over multiple days with a variety of other telescopes, including the Swift spacecraft, the Hubble Space Telescope (@NASAHubble), the Spitzer Space Telescope, our Chandra X-Ray Observatory (@NASAChandraXray) and our NuSTAR mission. The detectors at the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) received a gravitational wave signal just 1.7 seconds before the first light was seen by Fermi, making this the first event observed in both light and gravitational waves. 
Credit: @NASAGoddard/CI Lab 
#space #nasa #universe #galaxy #stars #astrophysics #astronomy #science #gammarays #ultraviolet #infrared #xrays #gravitationalwaves #neutronstars #hubble #chandra #spitzer #nustar #fermi #swift
Hot damn! ☄️☄️💥💥💥💥 #Repost  @nasa ・・・ Round and round they go - then BOOM! This animation begins with the final moments of two neutron stars (the super-dense cores of exploded massive stars), whirling around each other in a galaxy 130 million light-years away. Gravitational waves (rippling disturbance in space-time, shown here as pale arcs) bleed away orbital energy, causing the stars to move closer together and merge. As the stars collide, this explosive event emits light across a series of different wavelengths - first gamma rays (magenta), then ultraviolet (violet), then visible and infrared (blue-white to red) and once the jet directed toward us expanded into our view from Earth, X-rays (blue). Our Fermi Gamma-Ray Space Telescope witnessed this event on August 17, 2017 and we watched it unfold over multiple days with a variety of other telescopes, including the Swift spacecraft, the Hubble Space Telescope (@NASAHubble), the Spitzer Space Telescope, our Chandra X-Ray Observatory (@NASAChandraXray) and our NuSTAR mission. The detectors at the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) received a gravitational wave signal just 1.7 seconds before the first light was seen by Fermi, making this the first event observed in both light and gravitational waves. Credit: @NASAGoddard/CI Lab #space  #nasa  #universe  #galaxy  #stars  #astrophysics  #astronomy  #science  #gammarays  #ultraviolet  #infrared  #xrays  #gravitationalwaves  #neutronstars  #hubble  #chandra  #spitzer  #nustar  #fermi  #swift 
Epic animation, such amazing news! 
#Repost @nasa (@get_repost)
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Round and round they go - then BOOM! This animation begins with the final moments of two neutron stars (the super-dense cores of exploded massive stars), whirling around each other in a galaxy 130 million light-years away. Gravitational waves (rippling disturbance in space-time, shown here as pale arcs) bleed away orbital energy, causing the stars to move closer together and merge. 
As the stars collide, this explosive event emits light across a series of different wavelengths - first gamma rays (magenta), then ultraviolet (violet), then visible and infrared (blue-white to red) and once the jet directed toward us expanded into our view from Earth, X-rays (blue). Our Fermi Gamma-Ray Space Telescope witnessed this event on August 17, 2017 and we watched it unfold over multiple days with a variety of other telescopes, including the Swift spacecraft, the Hubble Space Telescope (@NASAHubble), the Spitzer Space Telescope, our Chandra X-Ray Observatory (@NASAChandraXray) and our NuSTAR mission. The detectors at the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) received a gravitational wave signal just 1.7 seconds before the first light was seen by Fermi, making this the first event observed in both light and gravitational waves. 
Credit: @NASAGoddard/CI Lab 
#space #nasa #universe #galaxy #stars #astrophysics #astronomy #science #gammarays #ultraviolet #infrared #xrays #gravitationalwaves #neutronstars #hubble #chandra #spitzer #nustar #fermi #swift
Epic animation, such amazing news! #Repost  @nasa (@get_repost) ・・・ Round and round they go - then BOOM! This animation begins with the final moments of two neutron stars (the super-dense cores of exploded massive stars), whirling around each other in a galaxy 130 million light-years away. Gravitational waves (rippling disturbance in space-time, shown here as pale arcs) bleed away orbital energy, causing the stars to move closer together and merge. As the stars collide, this explosive event emits light across a series of different wavelengths - first gamma rays (magenta), then ultraviolet (violet), then visible and infrared (blue-white to red) and once the jet directed toward us expanded into our view from Earth, X-rays (blue). Our Fermi Gamma-Ray Space Telescope witnessed this event on August 17, 2017 and we watched it unfold over multiple days with a variety of other telescopes, including the Swift spacecraft, the Hubble Space Telescope (@NASAHubble), the Spitzer Space Telescope, our Chandra X-Ray Observatory (@NASAChandraXray) and our NuSTAR mission. The detectors at the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) received a gravitational wave signal just 1.7 seconds before the first light was seen by Fermi, making this the first event observed in both light and gravitational waves. Credit: @NASAGoddard/CI Lab #space  #nasa  #universe  #galaxy  #stars  #astrophysics  #astronomy  #science  #gammarays  #ultraviolet  #infrared  #xrays  #gravitationalwaves  #neutronstars  #hubble  #chandra  #spitzer  #nustar  #fermi  #swift 
Venus Under Atmosphere Keychains
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These are handmade and make awesome Christmas gifts or stocking stuffers!
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#inthisgalaxy #astronomy #galaxy #galaxies #universe #andromeda #space #observatory #telescope #deepspace #planet #planets #earth #moon #stars #keychain #keychains #jewelryformen #jewelry #jewelrydesigner #handmadejewelry #handmade #key #keys #accessories #keyring #dressedup #formalwear #wedding #outerspace
Venus Under Atmosphere Keychains 🔥$4.95 Each🔥 • We have these available with 6 metal backing colors. • These are handmade and make awesome Christmas gifts or stocking stuffers! • Grab them at: www.INTHISGALAXY.com •(DIRECT LINK IN BIO)• #inthisgalaxy  #astronomy  #galaxy  #galaxies  #universe  #andromeda  #space  #observatory  #telescope  #deepspace  #planet  #planets  #earth  #moon  #stars  #keychain  #keychains  #jewelryformen  #jewelry  #jewelrydesigner  #handmadejewelry  #handmade  #key  #keys  #accessories  #keyring  #dressedup  #formalwear  #wedding  #outerspace 
#waningcrescent #moon 18% illumination
Star trails and the International Space Station from the other nights pass over the house.
#astronomy #astrophotography #spacestation #startrails #nightsky #startrailchasers #longexposure #nightphotography #universetoday #polaris #nasa #spotthestation
Have you read up on the #neutronstarcollision? (Big #astronomy news!) You may also have heard something about an #eclipse a few months ago...
Happy birthday @hharneetkour9s I hope you enjoyed it !!! Follow @primezodiac for more 💫 •
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Cool minimalist sun and moon piece today for a couple of friends #minimalist #astronomy #space #sun #moon #cool #tattoos #tattoo #janesville #madison #wi #wisconsin
Introducing... Selene!!! One of our newest one of a kind fluid art paintings. .
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#beauty #painting #paint #fluidart #painter #artist #acrylicpainting #acrylicart #artoftheday #abstractart #abstractpainting #abstract #follow #supportart #beautiful #mythology #selene #sirens #siren #astronomy #photography #artistsoninstagram #instagood #instaartist #instaart #etsy #etsyshop #buyart #oneofakind #creative
Introducing... Selene!!! One of our newest one of a kind fluid art paintings. . . .⬇⬇Etsy⬇⬇ . . https://www.etsy.com/listing/563905719/selene @imadamursula @calamitygracestudio @galleryfluid . . . #beauty  #painting  #paint  #fluidart  #painter  #artist  #acrylicpainting  #acrylicart  #artoftheday  #abstractart  #abstractpainting  #abstract  #follow  #supportart  #beautiful  #mythology  #selene  #sirens  #siren  #astronomy  #photography  #artistsoninstagram  #instagood  #instaartist  #instaart  #etsy  #etsyshop  #buyart  #oneofakind  #creative 
✨💫✨It’s easy to get caught up in life, so easy that saying so becomes trite. We forget to reach out to those we love, we lose track of what’s meaningful and what’s just noise. Today, I was reminded of how big we make the little things, and how little we make of the big ones. Somewhere up in the heavens, the souls of two long-gone celestial giants collided and a gold and silver-strewn galactic show exploded above us. Us. All of us, with all our differences, all our similarities, all our love and potential and hope, get to share this time and space together, in this miraculous universe, in this wide and beautiful world. So wherever you are in it tonight, step outside and watch the stars, and make the little things a bit bigger and brighter. ✨💫✨
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#instagood #travel #vsco #vscocam #go #adventure #wanderlust #travel #travelinspiration  #explore #exploretheworld #wanderlust #vagabond #neverstopexploring  #photography #dametraveler #redrover #iphone #nomad #discover #atacama #chile #star #neutronstar #astronomy
✨💫✨It’s easy to get caught up in life, so easy that saying so becomes trite. We forget to reach out to those we love, we lose track of what’s meaningful and what’s just noise. Today, I was reminded of how big we make the little things, and how little we make of the big ones. Somewhere up in the heavens, the souls of two long-gone celestial giants collided and a gold and silver-strewn galactic show exploded above us. Us. All of us, with all our differences, all our similarities, all our love and potential and hope, get to share this time and space together, in this miraculous universe, in this wide and beautiful world. So wherever you are in it tonight, step outside and watch the stars, and make the little things a bit bigger and brighter. ✨💫✨ . . . . . . #instagood  #travel  #vsco  #vscocam  #go  #adventure  #wanderlust  #travel  #travelinspiration  #explore  #exploretheworld  #wanderlust  #vagabond  #neverstopexploring  #photography  #dametraveler  #redrover  #iphone  #nomad  #discover  #atacama  #chile  #star  #neutronstar  #astronomy 
SPS activities! I'm doing my part, designing, printing, all that fun stuff, to help promote a few events we have coming up for the NEIU chapter of the Society of Physics Students. I somehow feel so energized when I came contribute in this way. This is the start of something good!
#NEIU #universitylife #SPS #STEM #physics #nightlife #astronomy #Chicago #meteorshower
This is something that i really wanted to do...I was thinking of how I could try to give a less "terminator" look to telescopes mounts, they all look very complicated to use, so why not to try to make it look really cool? or at least friendly, astronomy tools shouldn't be something to be afraid of. I was inspired by things like sphero, bb-8 and IoT (internet of things) Due to all of them being devices that are connected to your smartphone; an app should make it realy easy to use. 
I know there are a lot of physics and optics in these objects (i have one and i use it frequently.) But this is a concept, don't loose your mind about details

Let me know what you think in the coments.  #DesignDaily #Design #minimal #industrialdesign #celestron #gravitationalwaves #Astronomy #hawking #cosmos #CelestronRocks #celestron #telescope @celestronuniverse
This is something that i really wanted to do...I was thinking of how I could try to give a less "terminator" look to telescopes mounts, they all look very complicated to use, so why not to try to make it look really cool? or at least friendly, astronomy tools shouldn't be something to be afraid of. I was inspired by things like sphero, bb-8 and IoT (internet of things) Due to all of them being devices that are connected to your smartphone; an app should make it realy easy to use. I know there are a lot of physics and optics in these objects (i have one and i use it frequently.) But this is a concept, don't loose your mind about details Let me know what you think in the coments.  #DesignDaily  #Design  #minimal  #industrialdesign  #celestron  #gravitationalwaves  #Astronomy  #hawking  #cosmos  #CelestronRocks  #celestron  #telescope  @celestronuniverse
Tag someone you want to lay and star gaze with at Cape Ashizuri ⭐️😍!
#Japan #Kochi #visitkochijapan #高知 #四国 #StarGazing #stars #astronomy
Instagram cropping is to blame for the composition on this one! But I still think it’s a cute moment :)
Instagram cropping is to blame for the composition on this one! But I still think it’s a cute moment :)
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Long Exposure Photography 
Focussed on capturing the stars. 
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#dapperdiy #photography #longexposure #night #stars #astronomy #diy #cypress #yyc
See you fakas soon
See you fakas soon
The diligent, hard working, and seldom thanked guide camera. Little more than a small monochromatic image sensor, these are absolutely essential to long exposure astrophotography. Piggy backing on the larger telescope that is used to image the night sky, this guy is attached to an 80mm achromatic refractor that is locked to the primary telescope. These cameras plug into both a laptop and the telescope’s motorized mount. With the laptop doing all the calculations, this camera feeds a never ending series of guide pulses to the mount’s motors to keep the telescope perfectly locked to the stars as they travel across the night sky. #astrophotography #astronomy #science #longexposure #space #explorescientific #photography #nerds #astronomer
The diligent, hard working, and seldom thanked guide camera. Little more than a small monochromatic image sensor, these are absolutely essential to long exposure astrophotography. Piggy backing on the larger telescope that is used to image the night sky, this guy is attached to an 80mm achromatic refractor that is locked to the primary telescope. These cameras plug into both a laptop and the telescope’s motorized mount. With the laptop doing all the calculations, this camera feeds a never ending series of guide pulses to the mount’s motors to keep the telescope perfectly locked to the stars as they travel across the night sky. #astrophotography  #astronomy  #science  #longexposure  #space  #explorescientific  #photography  #nerds  #astronomer 
#Repost @nasa (@get_repost)
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Round and round they go - then BOOM! This animation begins with the final moments of two neutron stars (the super-dense cores of exploded massive stars), whirling around each other in a galaxy 130 million light-years away. Gravitational waves (rippling disturbance in space-time, shown here as pale arcs) bleed away orbital energy, causing the stars to move closer together and merge. 
As the stars collide, this explosive event emits light across a series of different wavelengths - first gamma rays (magenta), then ultraviolet (violet), then visible and infrared (blue-white to red) and once the jet directed toward us expanded into our view from Earth, X-rays (blue). Our Fermi Gamma-Ray Space Telescope witnessed this event on August 17, 2017 and we watched it unfold over multiple days with a variety of other telescopes, including the Swift spacecraft, the Hubble Space Telescope (@NASAHubble), the Spitzer Space Telescope, our Chandra X-Ray Observatory (@NASAChandraXray) and our NuSTAR mission. The detectors at the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) received a gravitational wave signal just 1.7 seconds before the first light was seen by Fermi, making this the first event observed in both light and gravitational waves. 
Credit: @NASAGoddard/CI Lab 
#space #nasa #universe #galaxy #stars #astrophysics #astronomy #science #gammarays #ultraviolet #infrared #xrays #gravitationalwaves #neutronstars #hubble #chandra #spitzer #nustar #fermi #swift
#Repost  @nasa (@get_repost) ・・・ Round and round they go - then BOOM! This animation begins with the final moments of two neutron stars (the super-dense cores of exploded massive stars), whirling around each other in a galaxy 130 million light-years away. Gravitational waves (rippling disturbance in space-time, shown here as pale arcs) bleed away orbital energy, causing the stars to move closer together and merge. As the stars collide, this explosive event emits light across a series of different wavelengths - first gamma rays (magenta), then ultraviolet (violet), then visible and infrared (blue-white to red) and once the jet directed toward us expanded into our view from Earth, X-rays (blue). Our Fermi Gamma-Ray Space Telescope witnessed this event on August 17, 2017 and we watched it unfold over multiple days with a variety of other telescopes, including the Swift spacecraft, the Hubble Space Telescope (@NASAHubble), the Spitzer Space Telescope, our Chandra X-Ray Observatory (@NASAChandraXray) and our NuSTAR mission. The detectors at the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) received a gravitational wave signal just 1.7 seconds before the first light was seen by Fermi, making this the first event observed in both light and gravitational waves. Credit: @NASAGoddard/CI Lab #space  #nasa  #universe  #galaxy  #stars  #astrophysics  #astronomy  #science  #gammarays  #ultraviolet  #infrared  #xrays  #gravitationalwaves  #neutronstars  #hubble  #chandra  #spitzer  #nustar  #fermi  #swift 
Olhar pra dentro, e pra fora. Olhar pro início, pros mistérios do universo.  A busca pelo auto conhecimento não é exata, ninguém é um... ou dois, e nem certo como 2+2=4.  Tampouco somos uma constante.  Somos uma junção de elementos, fogo, terra, água e ar, somos Vênus e somos Plutão, somos Sol e Lua... E a união de tudo isso mais uma pitadinha de algo que cada um tem um diferente, que a vida lapida, que o amor dá o acabamento final!
Esse, é o início dessa fase linda e preciosa de auto conhecimento da Katia que eu tive o prazeeerr de fazer uma participação especial ♡ Registramos o seu mapa astral com um toque especial artístico ♡ 
Ka, muito obrigada pela confiança gigas que você teve nas minhas idéias e no meu trabalho.  Obrigada por confiar sua pessoa todinha à mimm, que já posso alegar de pés juntos que você é de fato uma pessoinha incrível, mas isso mesmo quem não desenhou seu mapa astral de cabo à rabo, só de conviver com você um pouquinho vai descobrir!!!
Que seu auto conhecimento floresça, e que você  floresça junto com ele. 
Obrigaaada maravilhosa!!! E um lindo caminho de descobertas pela frente!!
Beijinhos e até a próximaaa!!!
Olhar pra dentro, e pra fora. Olhar pro início, pros mistérios do universo. A busca pelo auto conhecimento não é exata, ninguém é um... ou dois, e nem certo como 2+2=4. Tampouco somos uma constante. Somos uma junção de elementos, fogo, terra, água e ar, somos Vênus e somos Plutão, somos Sol e Lua... E a união de tudo isso mais uma pitadinha de algo que cada um tem um diferente, que a vida lapida, que o amor dá o acabamento final! Esse, é o início dessa fase linda e preciosa de auto conhecimento da Katia que eu tive o prazeeerr de fazer uma participação especial ♡ Registramos o seu mapa astral com um toque especial artístico ♡ Ka, muito obrigada pela confiança gigas que você teve nas minhas idéias e no meu trabalho. Obrigada por confiar sua pessoa todinha à mimm, que já posso alegar de pés juntos que você é de fato uma pessoinha incrível, mas isso mesmo quem não desenhou seu mapa astral de cabo à rabo, só de conviver com você um pouquinho vai descobrir!!! Que seu auto conhecimento floresça, e que você floresça junto com ele. Obrigaaada maravilhosa!!! E um lindo caminho de descobertas pela frente!! Beijinhos e até a próximaaa!!!
Double Helix in black.
5’ x 3’ .
Wood, brass.#midcenturymodern #DNA#physics#astronomy #sculpture #orrery #atomic
#Repost @nasa (@get_repost)
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Round and round they go - then BOOM! This animation begins with the final moments of two neutron stars (the super-dense cores of exploded massive stars), whirling around each other in a galaxy 130 million light-years away. Gravitational waves (rippling disturbance in space-time, shown here as pale arcs) bleed away orbital energy, causing the stars to move closer together and merge. 
As the stars collide, this explosive event emits light across a series of different wavelengths - first gamma rays (magenta), then ultraviolet (violet), then visible and infrared (blue-white to red) and once the jet directed toward us expanded into our view from Earth, X-rays (blue). Our Fermi Gamma-Ray Space Telescope witnessed this event on August 17, 2017 and we watched it unfold over multiple days with a variety of other telescopes, including the Swift spacecraft, the Hubble Space Telescope (@NASAHubble), the Spitzer Space Telescope, our Chandra X-Ray Observatory (@NASAChandraXray) and our NuSTAR mission. The detectors at the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) received a gravitational wave signal just 1.7 seconds before the first light was seen by Fermi, making this the first event observed in both light and gravitational waves. 
Credit: @NASAGoddard/CI Lab 
#space #nasa #universe #galaxy #stars #astrophysics #astronomy #science #gammarays #ultraviolet #infrared #xrays #gravitationalwaves #neutronstars #hubble #chandra #spitzer #nustar #fermi #swift
#Repost  @nasa (@get_repost) ・・・ Round and round they go - then BOOM! This animation begins with the final moments of two neutron stars (the super-dense cores of exploded massive stars), whirling around each other in a galaxy 130 million light-years away. Gravitational waves (rippling disturbance in space-time, shown here as pale arcs) bleed away orbital energy, causing the stars to move closer together and merge. As the stars collide, this explosive event emits light across a series of different wavelengths - first gamma rays (magenta), then ultraviolet (violet), then visible and infrared (blue-white to red) and once the jet directed toward us expanded into our view from Earth, X-rays (blue). Our Fermi Gamma-Ray Space Telescope witnessed this event on August 17, 2017 and we watched it unfold over multiple days with a variety of other telescopes, including the Swift spacecraft, the Hubble Space Telescope (@NASAHubble), the Spitzer Space Telescope, our Chandra X-Ray Observatory (@NASAChandraXray) and our NuSTAR mission. The detectors at the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) received a gravitational wave signal just 1.7 seconds before the first light was seen by Fermi, making this the first event observed in both light and gravitational waves. Credit: @NASAGoddard/CI Lab #space  #nasa  #universe  #galaxy  #stars  #astrophysics  #astronomy  #science  #gammarays  #ultraviolet  #infrared  #xrays  #gravitationalwaves  #neutronstars  #hubble  #chandra  #spitzer  #nustar  #fermi  #swift