Caturday’s Astronomy Pix 2013/04/28-2013/05/04


A Raging Storm System on Saturn

Milky Way and Stone Tree

Humanity Explores the Solar System

Omega Centauri: The Brightest Globular Cluster

Saturn Hurricane

Horsehead: A Wider View

Hungarian Spring Eclipse

via VideoFromSpace

Caturday’s Astronomy Pix is a weekly installment, published each weekend with links to each daily entry on NASA’s website Astronomy Picture of the Day. I hope you enjoy looking at these often breathtaking images as much as I do.

 

Caturday’s Astronomy Pix: 12/9-15/2012


NGC 604 in Messier 33 (full mosaic, captured b...

NGC 604 in Messier 33 (full mosaic, captured by the Hubble Space Telescope) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The Astronaut Who Captured a Satellite

Time-Lapse: A Total Solar Eclipse

NGC 604: Giant Stellar Nursery

Milky Way Over Quiver Tree Forest

Apollo 17: A Stereo View from Lunar Orbit

Umbra World

When Gemini Sends Stars to Paranal

English: Sharpest view of NGC 604 so far obtained.

English: Sharpest view of NGC 604 so far obtained. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Caturday’s Astronomy Pix is a weekly installment, published each weekend with links to each daily entry on NASA’s website Astronomy Picture of the Day. I hope you enjoy looking at these often breathtaking images as much as I do.

Caturday’s Astronomy Pix for August 12-18, 2012


Antennae Galaxies composite of ALMA, VLA, CTIO...

Antennae Galaxies composite of ALMA, VLA, CTIO, and Hubble observations. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Spiral Galaxy NGC 4038 in Collision

A Flight Through the Universe

Perseid Meteors and the Milky Way

Curiosity on Mars: A Wall of Gale Crater

NGC 6888: The Crescent Nebula

Spiral Galaxy NGC 5033

Curiosity on Mars: Still Life with Rover

Spiral Galaxy NGC 2841

Caturday’s Astronomy Pix is a weekly installment, published each weekend with links to each daily entry on NASA’s website Astronomy Picture of the Day. I hope you enjoy looking at these often breathtaking images as much as I do.

Caturday’s Astronomy Pix for July 1-7, 2012


This image of the central parts of Centaurus A...

This image of the central parts of Centaurus A reveals the parallelogram-shaped remains of a smaller galaxy that was absorbed about 200 to 700 million years ago. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The Outer Shells of Centaurus A

Journey to the Center of the Galaxy

In the Shadow of Saturn’s Rings

Sunspots and Silhouettes

NGC 4565: Galaxy on Edge

The Tidal Tail of NGC 3628

Gravitational Tractor

PIA08235

PIA08235 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Caturday’s Astronomy Pix is a weekly installment, published each weekend with links to each daily entry on NASA’s website Astronomy Picture of the Day. I hope you enjoy looking at these often breathtaking images as much as I do.

APW | Astronomy Pix of the Week for July 24-30, 2011


The Galaxy

Image via Wikipedia

APW is a weekly installment, published each Saturday between 7:31 and 8:30 am EDT, of links to each daily entry on NASA’s website Astronomy Picture of the Day. I hope you enjoy looking at these often breathtaking images as much as I do.

Astronomy Pix of the Week for April 3-9, 2011


An artist's impression of our home galaxy - th...

Image via Wikipedia

Are we alone?


More astronomy goodness from AndromedasWake, on the question of life elsewhere in the universe. Hopefully, this will inspire future scientists, and in any event, enlarge one’s view of the cosmos with really awesome footage. My view? We might be alone, but I sure as hell hope not.

AndromedasWake | January 08, 2010

When you look at innumerable galaxies in space, does it leave you feeling more or less lonely?
Hubblesite press release: http://is.gd/5VTVD
Full resolution JPEG (6455×2848, 4.11MB): http://is.gd/5VU14
The music, titled ‘Endless’ is available from http://andromedaswake.com/sonics

Image credit;
NASA, ESA, R. Windhorst (Arizona State University), P. McCarthy (Carnegie Institution of Washington), R. OConnell (University of Virginia), the WFC3 Science Oversight Committee, S. Cohen, M. Mechtley, and M. Rutkowski (Arizona State University, Tempe), N. Hathi (University of California, Riverside), R. Ryan (University of California, Davis), H. Yan (Ohio State University), and A. Koekemoer (Space Telescope Science Institute).

Massive props to CosmicSpork for rendering me a HD LoR logo on request. A galaxy of your choice for you sir.

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