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Post any pictures that you like, that are astronomy related.

Photo taken from the Cassini probe of Saturn's rings. The sun is behind Saturn.

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Photo taken from the Galileo probe of Jupiter's rings. The sun is behind Jupiter.Image
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CheeseIsVeg you wanted it, it's here
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CheeseIsVeg you wanted it, it's here
:fan: its so beautiful
Saturn is so awesome
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time lapse of meteor shower in dartmoor
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orion nebula
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I wish I had the means to post here You know, contribute to this awesome idea for a thread. CheeseIsVeg Can you post pictures of Andromeda pls?
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I wish I had the means to post here You know contribute to this awesome idea for a thread. CheeseIsVeg Can you post pictures of Andromeda pls?
Sure :hugs: Image
it's so beautiful :daydreaming:
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Sure :hugs: Image
it's so beautiful :daydreaming:
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It really is.. did you know it's supposed to merge with our own galaxy in a few billion years to create - get this - MILKDROMEDA :rofl:

EDIT : You can actually see it in the sky at night, and if it wasn't for light pollution from other stars, it would be bigger than the moon in the night sky.
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It really is.. did you know it's supposed to merge with our own galaxy in a few billion years to create - get this - MILKDROMEDA :rofl:
:toofunny:
Just appreciating the lovely starry sky because one day, people will look out and see very few
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Just appreciating the lovely starry sky because one day, people will look out and see very few
Provided we're still around at that time. But yeah, stars will gradually move towards the red of the spectrum due to redshift, then disappear beyond the point of observation. :cry2:
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Provided we're still around at that time. But yeah, stars will gradually move towards the red of the spectrum due to redshift, then disappear beyond the point of observation. :cry2:
Yep :bawling:
It was so lovely and starry yesterday :moon: :daydreaming:
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I wanna see this thread take off, because the universe is awesome and really needs some love + appreciation from TSR
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I wanna see this thread take off, because the universe is awesome and really needs some love + appreciation from TSR
:yy:
Lets set the tone
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Yep :bawling:
It was so lovely and starry yesterday :moon: :daydreaming:
Have you ever seen the videos about space by a guy called Lemmino? They're really awesome, he's so funny too.
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Have you ever seen the videos about space by a guy called Lemmino? They're really awesome, he's so funny too.
No I haven't :mmm:
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No I haven't :mmm:
There's seven of them altogether. All his videos are awesome and very well made, but the space ones really take the cake imo.
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There's seven of them altogether. All his videos are awesome and very well made, but the space ones really take the cake imo.
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No I haven't :mmm:
OK you too, Let's get spme pictures of Venus (goddess of lurve) in here:

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OK you too, Let's get spme pictures of Venus (goddess of lurve) in here:

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OK you too, Let's get spme pictures of Venus (goddess of lurve) in here:

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"Quite inhospitable" the air pressure is 90 TIMES that of the earth and the surface temperature is through the roof... bruh
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"Quite inhospitable" the air pressure is 90 TIMES that of the earth and the surface temperature is through the roof... bruh
No pleasing people these days
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No pleasing people these days
It's just the use of the word "quite". Just a manageable 450*c you know? Nothing we can't handle....
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