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View beyondthesummit_'s Instagram Wishing for a night under the stars ✨🌌 📸: @thiscoc 1460011561522607573_4488656703

Wishing for a night under the stars ✨🌌 📸: @thiscoc

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View thomasbartelds's Instagram Shooting stars in Zwolle 🇳🇱 at the Thorbeckegracht! 1460012152760068077_1821299161

Shooting stars in Zwolle 🇳🇱 at the Thorbeckegracht!

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View petripuurunen's Instagram The White tree.
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Cold weather means usually clear sky and astrophotography ! .
Gear: #canon 5DMk4 #sigma Art 20/1.4 #uniqball ballhead #manfrotto
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Gallerytip! Check out Daniel's fantastic photostream @daniel_landscapes
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#discoverfinland #ig_finland #ig_shotz_le #astrophotography #milkyway #winterwonderland #ig_shotz_le #hailuoto #kaleoulu #supreme_nightshots #superphoto_longexpo #photoarena #treelover #ig_myshot 1460012684547698155_2950426937

The White tree. . Cold weather means usually clear sky and astrophotography ! . Gear: #canon5DMk4 #sigmaArt 20/1.4 #uniqballballhead #manfrotto Tripod . Gallerytip! Check out Daniel's fantastic photostream @daniel_landscapes . #discoverfinland #ig_finland #ig_shotz_le #astrophotography #milkyway #winterwonderland #ig_shotz_le #hailuoto #kaleoulu #supreme_nightshots #superphoto_longexpo #photoarena #treelover #ig_myshot

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View astrophysicsig's Instagram TRAPPIST-1, is an ultra-cool red dwarf star located some 39 light years away. TRAPPIST-1 is one of the smallest and coolest red dwarf stars known. In cosmic terms, it's not much larger than the planet Jupiter and it's about 2,000 times dimmer than our sun. Yet that doesn't stop this system from being one of the strangest ever discovered. Orbiting TRAPPIST-1 are seven Earth-sized planets, three of which orbit in the habitable zone and, as the astronomers have said, all seven could potentially be habitable given certain conditions. 
The research team, which as led by Michaël Gillon of the University of Liège in Belgium, originally studied the star using the TRAnsiting Planets and PlanetesImals Small Telescope (TRAPPIST), an instrument at the La Silla Observatory in Chile. Using TRAPPIST, the team detected three exoplanets around the star, TRAPPIST-1b, TRAPPIST-1c and TRAPPIST-1d, in May 2016. Yet follow up observations seemed to indicate that the transit of TRAPPIST-1d was caused by more than one planet. NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope cleared this up and revealed that the signal of TRAPPIST-1d was caused by three different planets. Spitzer also confirmed the existence of an additional two more planets, adding up to seven in total. 
These seven planets are all roughly the same size and mass as Earth. The smallest is about 75% as massive as Earth, while the largest is about 10% more massive. Each of the seven planets orbit quite tightly to their star. Each of them orbits closer to TRAPPIST-1 than Mercury does to our sun. Yet due to the much smaller size of TRAPPIST-1, this is actually a good thing, being that the habitable zone is located much closer to the star. The orbital periods of the six inner planets range from 1.5 days to 12.4 days. The farthest planet completes one orbit ever 20 days. 
The discovery of this system is a milestone in the search for habitable worlds beyond the solar system and the search for life. I'm going to do detailed posts on each planet in the Trappist-1 system. 1460012353851709583_4008710248

TRAPPIST-1, is an ultra-cool red dwarf star located some 39 light years away. TRAPPIST-1 is one of the smallest and coolest red dwarf stars known. In cosmic terms, it's not much larger than the planet Jupiter and it's about 2,000 times dimmer than our sun. Yet that doesn't stop this system from being one of the strangest ever discovered. Orbiting TRAPPIST-1 are seven Earth-sized planets, three of which orbit in the habitable zone and, as the astronomers have said, all seven could potentially be habitable given certain conditions. The research team, which as led by Michaël Gillon of the University of Liège in Belgium, originally studied the star using the TRAnsiting Planets and PlanetesImals Small Telescope (TRAPPIST), an instrument at the La Silla Observatory in Chile. Using TRAPPIST, the team detected three exoplanets around the star, TRAPPIST-1b, TRAPPIST-1c and TRAPPIST-1d, in May 2016. Yet follow up observations seemed to indicate that the transit of TRAPPIST-1d was caused by more than one planet. NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope cleared this up and revealed that the signal of TRAPPIST-1d was caused by three different planets. Spitzer also confirmed the existence of an additional two more planets, adding up to seven in total. These seven planets are all roughly the same size and mass as Earth. The smallest is about 75% as massive as Earth, while the largest is about 10% more massive. Each of the seven planets orbit quite tightly to their star. Each of them orbits closer to TRAPPIST-1 than Mercury does to our sun. Yet due to the much smaller size of TRAPPIST-1, this is actually a good thing, being that the habitable zone is located much closer to the star. The orbital periods of the six inner planets range from 1.5 days to 12.4 days. The farthest planet completes one orbit ever 20 days. The discovery of this system is a milestone in the search for habitable worlds beyond the solar system and the search for life. I'm going to do detailed posts on each planet in the Trappist-1 system.

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View starhunter's Instagram Backstage from capturing of Jupiter. My second planetary setup, 28/20/2017.
-telescope Sky-Watcher BKP150750EQ5
-Barlow lens NPZ PAG 3-5x (5x)
-ZWO ADC
-ZWO Ir cut filter
-camera ZWO 224 MC
Russia, Anapa, backyard.

#astronomy #telescopes #space #amateurastronomy #astrophoto #astrophotography #skywatcher #Russia #backyardastronomy #астрономия #телескопы #космос #астрофото #nightlandscape #nightsky #zwo #CelestronRocks #astronomer 1460012443911811475_993807106

Backstage from capturing of Jupiter. My second planetary setup, 28/20/2017. -telescope Sky-Watcher BKP150750EQ5 -Barlow lens NPZ PAG 3-5x (5x) -ZWO ADC -ZWO Ir cut filter -camera ZWO 224 MC Russia, Anapa, backyard. #astronomy #telescopes #space #amateurastronomy #astrophoto #astrophotography #skywatcher #russia #backyardastronomy #астрономия #телескопы #космос #астрофото #nightlandscape #nightsky #zwo #celestronrocks #astronomer

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View sam_pace's Instagram Again, more Milky Way - this time I edited and stacked 8 separate shots in a hope it'd be clearer. 1460009171121625752_10262143

Again, more Milky Way - this time I edited and stacked 8 separate shots in a hope it'd be clearer.

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View miltonbiswasphotography's Instagram “I too use to love it…now, not so much…and for some reason, once I quickly identify the HDR effect, my opinion of the picture drops a notch.”
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“I too use to love it…now, not so much…and for some reason, once I quickly identify the HDR effect, my opinion of the picture drops a notch.” ------------------------------------------------------------- #indiaclicks #_soi #artofvisuals#streetphotographyindia #indianphotography#mysimpleclick #moon #moonlovers #nature#i_hobbygraphy #indian_photography#desi_diaries #lonelyplanetindia #likeforlike#like4like #natgeotravel #instagood #architecture#astrophotography #photographers_of_india#storiesofindia #india_gram #lonelyplanetindia#shotzdelight #jabalpur #gwarighat #smart_city_jabalpur #moment. #unique_rb_in 👉 indianphotography👈 [email protected] [email protected]_competition [email protected]_of_india [email protected]_lovee_crazylens_photography [email protected]_diaries [email protected]_ig [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected]_photography_ [email protected]_mumbai [email protected] [email protected]

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View charliewalkerin's Instagram Betelgeuse, Rigel, Bellatrix, Mintaka, Alnilam, Alnitak and Saiph. Top to bottom left to right. Also Sirius. #astrophotography #lightpollution #orion #sirius #dunes 1460007486152947891_2289329694

Betelgeuse, Rigel, Bellatrix, Mintaka, Alnilam, Alnitak and Saiph. Top to bottom left to right. Also Sirius. #astrophotography #lightpollution #orion #sirius #dunes

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View nathan_conspiracy51_'s Instagram Milky Way Over Quiver Tree Forest. According to NASA, "In front of a famous background of stars and galaxies lies some of Earth's more unusual trees. Known as quiver trees, they are actually succulent aloe plants that can grow to tree-like proportions. The quiver tree name is derived from the historical usefulness of their hollowed branches as dart holders. Occurring primarily in southern Africa, the trees pictured in the above 16-exposure composite are in Quiver Tree Forest located in southern Namibia. Some of the tallest quiver trees in the park are estimated to be about 300 years old. Behind the trees is light from the small town of Keetmanshoop, Namibia. Far in the distance, arching across the background, is the majestic central band of our Milky Way Galaxy. Even further in the distance, visible on the image left, are the Large and Small Magellanic Clouds, smaller satellite galaxies of the Milky Way that are prominent in the skies of Earth's southern hemisphere." credit: NASA
Repost credit: @journalistsforspace
#universe #nightphotography #space #astrophotography #astronomy #cosmos #milkyway #telescope #stars #deepsky #astrography #star #wanderer #beauty #nightsky #nightshooters #nightscape #stardust #deepspace #amazing #explore 1460006816012111024_4028179773

Milky Way Over Quiver Tree Forest. According to NASA, "In front of a famous background of stars and galaxies lies some of Earth's more unusual trees. Known as quiver trees, they are actually succulent aloe plants that can grow to tree-like proportions. The quiver tree name is derived from the historical usefulness of their hollowed branches as dart holders. Occurring primarily in southern Africa, the trees pictured in the above 16-exposure composite are in Quiver Tree Forest located in southern Namibia. Some of the tallest quiver trees in the park are estimated to be about 300 years old. Behind the trees is light from the small town of Keetmanshoop, Namibia. Far in the distance, arching across the background, is the majestic central band of our Milky Way Galaxy. Even further in the distance, visible on the image left, are the Large and Small Magellanic Clouds, smaller satellite galaxies of the Milky Way that are prominent in the skies of Earth's southern hemisphere." credit: NASA Repost credit: @journalistsforspace #universe #nightphotography #space #astrophotography #astronomy #cosmos #milkyway #telescope #stars #deepsky #astrography #star #wanderer #beauty #nightsky #nightshooters #nightscape #stardust #deepspace #amazing #explore

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View safarideltaclub's Instagram Wild nature & a little bit of astronomy!
Here the sky is our temple to exploring the magic of nature!
Photo Credit: Adrian Dedu
#wildisland #romania #danubedelta #deltadunarii #dobrogea #capidava # atlantikron #tabaradevara #sky #stars🌟 #turist #celest #love #deltadunarii #astrophotography #astronomy 1460006789008693099_4720780737

Wild nature & a little bit of astronomy! Here the sky is our temple to exploring the magic of nature! Photo Credit: Adrian Dedu #wildisland #romania #danubedelta #deltadunarii #dobrogea #capidava # atlantikron #tabaradevara #sky #stars🌟 #turist #celest #love #deltadunarii #astrophotography #astronomy

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