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on Hastag #telescope Instagram Photo — Nov 17, 2017

The finished piece from my previous video post of the Perth sky, looking west over the ocean at 4.30pm. The Southern Cross constellation (Crux) on the left in silver leaf, with the line up (from the top), of Saturn, Mercury, the Sun, Venus, Jupiter & our Moon. Painted with seawater from both the Southern & Indian oceans off our WA Coast, using some Aussie mineral pigments as well. 🌟🇦🇺

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on Hastag #telescope Instagram Photo — Nov 16, 2017

This week in 2012, astronomers using NASA’s Hubble and Spitzer space telescopes announced their discovery of the farthest galaxy that had been seen up to that date. The diminutive blob, named MACS0647-JD, which is only a tiny fraction of the size of our Milky Way galaxy, offers a peek back to 420 million years after the big bang. Its light traveled for 13.3 billion years to reach Earth. Credit: NASA/Hubble

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on Hastag #telescope Instagram Photo — Nov 15, 2017

It’s incredible how much our knowledge has changed in the past one century. Until early 20th century the Milky Way was the only known galaxy! Many galaxies were observed but identified as objects inside the Milky Way. Today we know the universe has over a trillion galaxies, each holding many billions of stars. Here in a starry night of La Palma, Canary Islands, I was inside the 4-meter William Herschel Telescope as it was collecting starlight for astronomers in the control room. Note the startrails on the mirror, resulted from magnified star images (therefore faster moving) produced by the giant mirror. Learn more about my annual La Palma workshop: babaktafreshi.com/lapalma creative travel

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on Hastag #telescope Instagram Photo — Nov 17, 2017

There is a mystery behind the faint glow of light in Earth's upper atmosphere, known as the diffuse aurora. A special kind of radio wave is at work behind the scenes to put on the auroras that form the northern and southern lights.. The diffuse aurora is not the same as the discrete aurora more popularly known as the northern and southern lights. Discrete aurora look like fiery moving curtains of colorful light and can be seen by the naked eye, whereas the diffuse aurora is much fainter but more extensive. The diffuse aurora, which typically accounts for three-quarters of the energy input into the upper atmosphere at night, varies according to the season and the 11-year solar cycle. Because it is so spread out, the diffuse aurora is not usually visible to the naked eye. The explanation to the 2 types of auroras isn't clear yet. Comment below if you know more.. _physics

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on Hastag #telescope Instagram Photo — Nov 15, 2017

Descubren un planeta templado a sólo once años luz del sistema solar. El planeta, que ha sido llamado Ross 128 b, es del tamaño de la Tierra. Es el más cercano descubierto que órbita a una estrella enana roja inactiva, lo que puede aumentar las probabilidades de que se trate de un planeta que, potencialmente, pudiera albergar vida. (Foto: 📷 / Observatorio Europeo Austral / M. Kornmesser)

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on Hastag #telescope Instagram Photo — Nov 16, 2017

Dream Big - Oil and phosphorescence on linen (4m x 2m) Based on NGC3190 a spiral galaxy based in the Leo constellation. It’s by far the biggest oil painting I’ve ever undertaken and also one that has delivered more lessons than anything else to date. If you’re interested in glow in the dark art prints, I’ve included a link in my bio! They’ll only be available for the next 24 days, so don’t miss out x

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on Hastag #telescope Instagram Photo — Nov 18, 2017

Today celebrates Independence Day of : on November 18, 1918 the Republic of Latvia was proclaimed. The sky over the capital of the state in this important day will be lit by colorful fireworks! https://www.youtube.com/user/renatoyjanice https://isslive.wixsite.com/astronomy walk nomyspaceeuniverse nauta nomy a

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on Hastag #telescope Instagram Photo — Nov 18, 2017

Otra faceta del Gran Telescopio Milimétrico en Sierra Negra. • • mexico

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on Hastag #telescope Instagram Photo — Nov 18, 2017

My brand new telescope.. New weapon!!!

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on Hastag #telescope Instagram Photo — Nov 18, 2017

The Cordillera Occidental of the Andes and the Peru coastline around Pisco https://www.youtube.com/user/renatoyjanice https://isslive.wixsite.com/astronomy walk nomyspaceeuniverse nauta nomy a

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on Hastag #telescope Instagram Photo — Nov 18, 2017

Next time should bring telescope with me 🔭🤓😂😜

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on Hastag #telescope Instagram Photo — Nov 18, 2017

The pessimist sees an empty toilet paper roll. Coop, the optimist, sees binoculars. He’s also a multi-tasker: note the croissant 🤔👀 👦🏿🚽💡👀🥠 kid paper ny m mm nessoverload

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on Hastag #telescope Instagram Photo — Nov 18, 2017

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on Hastag #telescope Instagram Photo — Nov 18, 2017

Super Cool ,Explain it in comment below and share With your friends Follow

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on Hastag #telescope Instagram Photo — Nov 18, 2017

Seeing stars.

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on Hastag #telescope Instagram Photo — Nov 18, 2017

Looking for fucks to give . . . . . . . bar view views

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on Hastag #telescope Instagram Photo — Nov 18, 2017

The "COSMIC WEB" -biggest thing in the universe.😱 Most astronomers agree that the biggest things in the universe is the cosmic web ,it's a endless scaffolding of galaxy cluster surrounded by dark matter and resembles a 3D spiderweb. 🙆🙆🙆🙆🙆🙆🙆🙆🙆🙆🙆🙆🙆🙆🙆🙆🙆🙆 . . . photography

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on Hastag #telescope Instagram Photo — Nov 18, 2017

Got the quarantine tank set up! Hoping to get some new goldies soon 🐡💧 aquarium es ofig community ofig ofinstagram hobby hobby

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on Hastag #telescope Instagram Photo — Nov 18, 2017

Promoting NASA's next today at TeNQ museum. The aliens are already wearing Christmas attire!

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