I took 100,000 pictures of the Sun one afternoon ... and after putting them all together, you can see the rotation of our star. [OC]
Hole drilled by Curiosity Rover on Mars.
After 35 hours of drawing (and painting), I've finished my drawing of Eugene Cernan from Apollo 17.
The Zweibrück Observatory in Germany is styled after R2D2
Photo I took with a 300 euro phone, pretty amazing how technology is advancing
My 5 hour exposure of the Sculptor Galaxy from my backyard
My 6 hour long exposure of the Phantom Galaxy (M74), taken from my apartment roof
I took a photo of every planet in our solar system and adjusted their size to show how huge our Sun is. Zoom in to see how tiny Earth is in comparison. [OC]
Drawing I made of the Apollo moon landing [pencil on paper]
A more efficient way to getting there is a Skyhook (or Spacetether), an ever rotating cable with a counter weight, that catapults spaceships from earth orbit into the depths of space.
Apollo 12 docking in lunar orbit
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Wonder how much a teaspoon worth of neutron star weighs?
Touchable moon rock in Vancouvers space museum.
The Milky Way, Jupiter and.... My drone
A recently finished painting of my favorite subject matter.
What do you think of my Saturn V took me like an hour.
The Veil: Gossamer Ripples of an Ancient Supernova
I took 500 pictures of the moon to create a 52 Mega Pixel Photo of the Moon with Earth-Shine
This month's full moon taken from my front yard
Apollo Mission Flight Plan - 1967
How to figure out if a 'killer' asteroid is going to collide with Earth - The ones to worry about are almost never the ones in the headlines.
I placed a sound activated camera at SpaceX Starlink, this was my favorite shot
My average photo of the moon!
We hiked up a Mountain to shoot the Milkyway
The slowly expanding Soap Bubble Nebula. (📷 Hubble)
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