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This shot does'nt have too much to say just that I was lucky to have both in same frame, same time and same direction😃😉🌠
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This shot does'nt have too much to say just that I was lucky to have both in same frame, same time and same direction😃😉🌠  #nikon  #nikond750  #astronomy_eye  #astrophotography  #astronomy  #andromeda  #meteor  #earthfocus  #earth_pix  #sky  #skyandtelescope  #twan  #theworldatnight  #iran  #iranastronomy  #مجله_نجوم  #مجله_دانشمند  #deepsky  #nasa  #natgeoyourshot  #science  #universe  #astrophotographer  #milkywayshooters  #milkywayphotography  #milkywaychasers # iridium

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Are u know what is difference between dark matter and energy.

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Following @lycteninnovation Are u know what is difference between dark matter and energy. Thanks u...🌍🌏🏕️🌋🏜️🌋🗾🏔️ • • • 🌌  #spacepics  #spacetravel  #galactic  #discovery  #nasa  #toptags  #astronomy  #nebulae  #cosmos  #universe  #science  #constellation  #universe  #spacetime  #outerspace  #space  #nightsky  #galaxy  #nasabeyond  #deepsky  #cosmology  #astroglore  #astronomyphotography

This image of M27 was taken by ASV Astrophotographer Mark Sansom/\. M27 otherwise known as the The Dumbbell Nebula (also known as Apple Core Nebula  or NGC 6853) is a planetary nebula in the constellation Vulpecula, at a distance of about 1227 light-years. This object was the first planetary nebula to be discovered; by Charles Messier in 1764. At its brightness of visual magnitude 7.5 and its diameter of about 8 arc-minutes, it is easily visible in binoculars and a popular observing target in amateur telescopes.

Mark took this image using his Celestron C11 at F6 with a Canon 6F (Full Spectrum Modified) Camera at ISO6400 tracked on a. Losmandy G11 mount with no guiding. The image contains 30 x 30 second exposures with dark and bias frames added. Mark then stacked the image in DSS and processed it in PS Astronomy Tools and Lightroom. 
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This image of M27 was taken by ASV Astrophotographer Mark Sansom/\. M27 otherwise known as the The Dumbbell Nebula (also known as Apple Core Nebula or NGC 6853) is a planetary nebula in the constellation Vulpecula, at a distance of about 1227 light-years. This object was the first planetary nebula to be discovered; by Charles Messier in 1764. At its brightness of visual magnitude 7.5 and its diameter of about 8 arc-minutes, it is easily visible in binoculars and a popular observing target in amateur telescopes. Mark took this image using his Celestron C11 at F6 with a Canon 6F (Full Spectrum Modified) Camera at ISO6400 tracked on a. Losmandy G11 mount with no guiding. The image contains 30 x 30 second exposures with dark and bias frames added. Mark then stacked the image in DSS and processed it in PS Astronomy Tools and Lightroom.  #astronomy  #astro  #asvastronomy  #astronomicalsocietyofvictoria  #deepsky  #deepspace  #apod  #cosmology  #science  #stem  #telescope  #asv  #stars  #space  #constellation  #nasa  #theasv  #astronomy  #deepsky  #lmdss  #asvdarkskysite  #darkskysite  #ruralastronomy  #melbourneastronomy

M42 ou A Grande nebulosa de Órion.

Equipamento: telescópio Celestron nexstar/C8, Canon t6i. 10 frames/30sg.

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M42 ou A Grande nebulosa de Órion. Equipamento: telescópio Celestron nexstar/C8, Canon t6i. 10 frames/30sg.  #universo  #cosmos  #astrofotografia  #astronomia  #astronomy  #Astrophotography  #universe  #nebulosaorion  #deepsky  #ceuprofundo  #nasa

M36 is an open star cluster in the Auriga constellation, around 4100 light years from earth.⁣
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The cluster contains around 60 individual stars and spans roughly 14 light years across. Some of you might already have noticed a similarity with M45 (The Pleiades) and with good reason; the clusters are very alike in both layout and stars that make up the cluster. M36 just doesn't have the nebula that gives M45 that glow/halo. And of course, M36 is roughly 10 times further away, which also makes a visual difference.⁣
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This specific cluster is labelled as a Trumpler I,3,M cluster. Just like many other types of clusters (and objects in general); these are labelled based on specific characteristics. Lets dive into what it means exactly.⁣
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For starters, the scale is named after Robert Trumpler; an American astronomer recognized for his research towards all things related to star clusters. The first number in the classification ranges from I-IV; and is an indication of the cluster's core density (I being dense, IV being very scattered). The second number ranges from 1-3 and is quite simply an indication of how bright the cluster is (the higher the number, the brighter). The final letter can be either P,M or R; meaning "poor" "medium" or "rich" and is quite simply related to the number of stars in the cluster. P being less than 50, M between 50-100, R being more than 100.⁣
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At around apparent magnitude 6.3, this cluster is fairly easily visible for just about any telescope. Since it's fairly spread out (as open clusters tend to be); just make sure to use a somewhat higher field-of-view (not too much magnification).⁣
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M36 is an open star cluster in the Auriga constellation, around 4100 light years from earth.⁣ ⁣ The cluster contains around 60 individual stars and spans roughly 14 light years across. Some of you might already have noticed a similarity with M45 (The Pleiades) and with good reason; the clusters are very alike in both layout and stars that make up the cluster. M36 just doesn't have the nebula that gives M45 that glow/halo. And of course, M36 is roughly 10 times further away, which also makes a visual difference.⁣ ⁣ This specific cluster is labelled as a Trumpler I,3,M cluster. Just like many other types of clusters (and objects in general); these are labelled based on specific characteristics. Lets dive into what it means exactly.⁣ ⁣ For starters, the scale is named after Robert Trumpler; an American astronomer recognized for his research towards all things related to star clusters. The first number in the classification ranges from I-IV; and is an indication of the cluster's core density (I being dense, IV being very scattered). The second number ranges from 1-3 and is quite simply an indication of how bright the cluster is (the higher the number, the brighter). The final letter can be either P,M or R; meaning "poor" "medium" or "rich" and is quite simply related to the number of stars in the cluster. P being less than 50, M between 50-100, R being more than 100.⁣ ⁣ At around apparent magnitude 6.3, this cluster is fairly easily visible for just about any telescope. Since it's fairly spread out (as open clusters tend to be); just make sure to use a somewhat higher field-of-view (not too much magnification).⁣ ⁣  #slooh  #astronomer  #astronomy  #science  #space  #astrophysics  #universe  #cosmos  #telescope  #galaxy  #milkyway  #photography  #spacetime  #spacetravel  #physics  #astrophotography  #interstellar  #nebula  #astronomie  #stars  #deepspace  #deepsky  #nightsky  #nasa  #spacex  #photooftheday  #picoftheday  #naturephotography  #stargazing

NGC 6823 Cumulo Abierto y NGC 6820 Nebulosa de emisión. Sacada con TeleVue TV 85, iOptron CEM25EC y ZWOASI1600MM Pro, guiado ZWOASI174MM. 20 LUmCLS x 180 Seg, 20 Ha x 500 Seg.  #ioptron #ioptroncem25ec #zwoasi #zwoasi1600 #zwoasi174mm #astronomia #asi1600pro #astronomy #foaarorg #asi1600promm #ngc6820 #ngc6823 #zwoasi1600mmpro #deepsky #deepskyphotography #televue #televue85 #televueoptics #astrophotography #pixinsight

NGC 6823 Cumulo Abierto y NGC 6820 Nebulosa de emisión. Sacada con TeleVue TV 85, iOptron CEM25EC y ZWOASI1600MM Pro, guiado ZWOASI174MM. 20 LUmCLS x 180 Seg, 20 Ha x 500 Seg.  #ioptron  #ioptroncem25ec  #zwoasi  #zwoasi1600  #zwoasi174mm  #astronomia  #asi1600pro  #astronomy  #foaarorg  #asi1600promm  #ngc6820  #ngc6823  #zwoasi1600mmpro  #deepsky  #deepskyphotography  #televue  #televue85  #televueoptics  #astrophotography  #pixinsight

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