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Mid-Air Meteor and Milky Way

On September 24, a late evening commercial flight from Singapore to Australia offered stratospheric views of the southern hemisphere's night sky.

Milky Way Arc


The Annotated Galactic Center

The center of our Milky Way galaxy can be found some 26,000 light-years away toward the constellation Sagittarius.

Eye Sky a Dragon

What do you see when you look into this sky?

The Tulip in the Swan

Framing a bright emission region, this telescopic view looks out across a pretty field of stars along the plane of our Milky Way Galaxy.

Little Planet to Exoplanets

Of course this little planet is really planet Earth in a digitally stitched 360 x 180 degree mosaic captured high in the Chilean Atacama desert.

Milky Way is over the desert


Milkyway's Photographer


M31: The Andromeda Galaxy

How far can you see?

In Wolf's Cave

The mysterious blue reflection nebula found in catalogs as VdB 152 or Ced 201 really is very faint.

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