The Milky Way reflecting in a pool of water at the top of Cascade Mountain in Adirondacks, NY. Amazing work by @danieljstein
This amazing shot of Ursa Major over Skógafoss, Iceland is mindblowing. Photo by GaryCPhoto.
Absolutely stunning photo of a 'fireball meteor flyby' on Earth. Location Dattenberg, Germany. Photo by @felixinden
A starry night at Kambalda, Western Australia by @steven.sandner
Icelandic Nights shot with 20second exposures at f1.8 ISO1600. Location between Skógafoss and Vík. Photo by @garycphoto
This new composite image shows the region around the Pillars of Creation, which are about 5,700 light years from Earth. The image combines X-ray data from NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory and Hubble Space Telescope optical data. Ow yeah, it also looks awesome.
Artistic representation of the active Galaxy Nucleus: "It is a large, active galaxy with a huge black hole in the center," explains Marek Kowalski, Head of Neutrino Astronomy at the Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron in Hamburg. Perpendicular to the huge vortex, in which the black hole absorbs matter, huge streams of particles shoot - so-called jets into space, which are directed at the Earth.
This photograph by David Lane is almost like a view straight out of a sci-fi movie. Amazing work on the range of colors and detail. More at http://www.davelaneastrophotography.com.
Feathers of the Falcon 9 launch a few days ago. By @rdanglephoto.
A simply beautiful shot of the Milky Way taken at Pedre de Lume in the Salt Flats. More at @harryjonesphotography and www.harryjones.photography.
A shot of star trails at Capitol Reef National Park captured using a 20 minute continuous exposure. By Matthew Pockrus.
All of humanity in one picture except for Michael Collins. Apollo 11, July 1969.
A perfect shot to display the grandness of nature and space. Incredible job done by Matthew Pockrus.
A special view of the Solar Eclipse in New Mexico, November 2012. Ring of Fire: A man, standing on a ridge 1.5 miles away from photographer Colleen Pinski, is totally encompassed by the outline of the Sun.
A magical schoolbus under a blanket of stars. By Johnnywash1
A collection of beautiful stars above Mt. Fuji, Japan. By Theemusphoto.
In 2022, there will be a spectacular sky show. Two stars will merge into one, pushing out excess gas into an explosion known as a red nova. At magnitude 2, it will be as bright as Polaris in the sky, and just behind Sirius and Vega in brightness. The collision in the constellation of Cygnus will be visible for up to six months.
The Milky Way rising in all its grandeur over Mount Laguna, California. By TheeProdigy.