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Friend took this nice photo of the Super Blood Wolf Moon Eclipse

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  • SteelMama2006
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 3:38am

    Wow! Beautiful photo!

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  • SteelMama2006
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 3:38am

    Wow! Beautiful photo!

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Total Lunar Eclipse - Jan 20 2019

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  • shortboy123
    2 points Jan 21,2019, 6:40pm

    Engorge the rock sausage

  • Dr-Zoidberg14
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 2:46pm

    Shot from the PNW

    Nikon D7200Nikon 200-500mm at 500mmF8ISO 100292s exposure time

    Cheap Manfrotto tripod

  • ches_bel
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 7:17pm

    homie that's a sausage

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  • shortboy123
    2 points Jan 21,2019, 6:40pm

    Engorge the rock sausage

  • Dr-Zoidberg14
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 2:46pm

    Shot from the PNW

    Nikon D7200Nikon 200-500mm at 500mmF8ISO 100292s exposure time

    Cheap Manfrotto tripod

  • ches_bel
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 7:17pm

    homie that's a sausage

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Not bad for $60 lens

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  • CROSSFIRE71
    6 points Jan 21,2019, 1:14am

    One of the best I’ve seen!!!

  • redbuzz90
    4 points Jan 21,2019, 1:00am

    That is amazing! What settings did you use to get the stars in focus ?

  • aanythingss
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 2:26am

    What lens is that?

  • redbuzz90
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 1:06am

    You would have to leave the lens open hella long. I would also imagine they would have to be some where with very little light pollution.

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  • CROSSFIRE71
    6 points Jan 21,2019, 1:14am

    One of the best I’ve seen!!!

  • redbuzz90
    4 points Jan 21,2019, 1:00am

    That is amazing! What settings did you use to get the stars in focus ?

  • aanythingss
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 2:26am

    What lens is that?

  • SgtDwightSchrute1
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 9:44am

    High res version?

  • redbuzz90
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 1:06am

    You would have to leave the lens open hella long. I would also imagine they would have to be some where with very little light pollution.

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Red moon over Buenos Aires [21/01/19]

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  • Errrks
    5 points Jan 21,2019, 1:03am

    Seeing the moon tonight gave me such a different perspective on the moon.

  • SimplyCmplctd
    3 points Jan 21,2019, 1:47am

    Damn love how you captured a blue hue, very aesthetically pleasing!

  • snuzet
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 12:53am

    What’s that glowing pixel upper right of it

  • Genericgumibear
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 1:08am

    Love how it had a purplish hue to it.

  • pdxtina
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 1:16am

    thanks for putting my piece of shit photograph to shame 😂

  • BITmebaby
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 9:39am

    Where did the blue come from? What time was this taken?

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  • Errrks
    5 points Jan 21,2019, 1:03am

    Seeing the moon tonight gave me such a different perspective on the moon.

  • SimplyCmplctd
    3 points Jan 21,2019, 1:47am

    Damn love how you captured a blue hue, very aesthetically pleasing!

  • snuzet
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 12:53am

    What’s that glowing pixel upper right of it

  • BirdBeastDDM
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 1:03am

    Beautiful! :)

  • Genericgumibear
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 1:08am

    Love how it had a purplish hue to it.

  • pdxtina
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 1:16am

    thanks for putting my piece of shit photograph to shame 😂

  • BITmebaby
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 9:39am

    Where did the blue come from? What time was this taken?

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The Dolphin on Jupiter [1724x3064]

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  • EmpiricalPancake
    6 points Jan 17,2019, 3:59pm

    So long, and thanks for all the fish!

  • akashchandra11
    4 points Jan 17,2019, 1:28pm

    I See eyes 👀 below dolphin 👀

  • Oneofhoruseseyes
    3 points Jan 17,2019, 3:42pm

    Are all the spots hurricanes? I know Jupiter is a gas giant but imagine if we ever discovered a surface.

  • h3xag0nSun
    3 points Jan 17,2019, 3:44pm

    New iPhone wallpaper, thanks!

  • kocibyk
    3 points Jan 17,2019, 5:30pm

    More like an Orca

  • EnkiiMuto
    2 points Jan 17,2019, 3:34pm

    Decades of technology for planet exploration so we can be finding shapes in clouds elsewhere <3

  • BOBBYTURKAL1NO
    2 points Jan 17,2019, 5:47pm

    So long, thanks for all the fish.

  • Ronfarber
    2 points Jan 17,2019, 5:55pm

    So long and thanks for all the fish.

  • RotaryConeChaser
    2 points Jan 17,2019, 5:57pm

    Upvote if saved source and set to wallpaper immediately.

  • SavoIzKikinde
    2 points Jan 17,2019, 1:11pm

    Great quality.

  • LateralEntry
    1 points Jan 17,2019, 3:05pm

    Wow, that's pretty cool! Silly dolphin, that's no place for you.

  • rosekayleigh
    1 points Jan 17,2019, 3:15pm

    It's beautiful! Definitely using it as my new wallpaper. Thanks for sharing!

  • bueast
    1 points Jan 17,2019, 4:24pm

    I love the smily face at the bottom

  • awhit35
    1 points Jan 17,2019, 4:31pm

    Unreal we get to live in this day & age

  • NovaLightStrike
    1 points Jan 17,2019, 4:38pm

    And the bird's head below.

  • 41p1n3
    1 points Jan 17,2019, 5:25pm

    I see a dragon chasing a dolphin.

  • groo006
    1 points Jan 17,2019, 5:29pm

    got it

  • Cantankerous_cynic
    1 points Jan 17,2019, 6:35pm

    Looks more like a Plecostomus fish

  • youtrynnareadmyname
    1 points Jan 17,2019, 6:45pm

    Gah, left side is cut off.

  • drooty9
    1 points Jan 17,2019, 3:54pm

    Stunning image, love the colors.

  • cmbyd
    0 points Jan 17,2019, 5:12pm

    Contrast much?

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  • Styxo7
    46 points Jan 17,2019, 1:55pm

    This image is just gorgeous.

  • veritasiany
    23 points Jan 17,2019, 12:22pm
  • awkwardsong
    21 points Jan 17,2019, 2:24pm

    I'm assuming here but that dolphin has to be bigger than the Earth.

  • PaleThingYHWH
    18 points Jan 17,2019, 3:02pm

    There's something about space that makes me deal better with my depression.

  • EmpiricalPancake
    6 points Jan 17,2019, 3:59pm

    So long, and thanks for all the fish!

  • akashchandra11
    4 points Jan 17,2019, 1:28pm

    I See eyes 👀 below dolphin 👀

  • Oneofhoruseseyes
    3 points Jan 17,2019, 3:42pm

    Are all the spots hurricanes? I know Jupiter is a gas giant but imagine if we ever discovered a surface.

  • h3xag0nSun
    3 points Jan 17,2019, 3:44pm

    New iPhone wallpaper, thanks!

  • kocibyk
    3 points Jan 17,2019, 5:30pm

    More like an Orca

  • EnkiiMuto
    2 points Jan 17,2019, 3:34pm

    Decades of technology for planet exploration so we can be finding shapes in clouds elsewhere <3

  • BOBBYTURKAL1NO
    2 points Jan 17,2019, 5:47pm

    So long, thanks for all the fish.

  • Ronfarber
    2 points Jan 17,2019, 5:55pm

    So long and thanks for all the fish.

  • RotaryConeChaser
    2 points Jan 17,2019, 5:57pm

    Upvote if saved source and set to wallpaper immediately.

  • SavoIzKikinde
    2 points Jan 17,2019, 1:11pm

    Great quality.

  • LateralEntry
    1 points Jan 17,2019, 3:05pm

    Wow, that's pretty cool! Silly dolphin, that's no place for you.

  • rosekayleigh
    1 points Jan 17,2019, 3:15pm

    It's beautiful! Definitely using it as my new wallpaper. Thanks for sharing!

  • bueast
    1 points Jan 17,2019, 4:24pm

    I love the smily face at the bottom

  • awhit35
    1 points Jan 17,2019, 4:31pm

    Unreal we get to live in this day & age

  • NovaLightStrike
    1 points Jan 17,2019, 4:38pm

    And the bird's head below.

  • 41p1n3
    1 points Jan 17,2019, 5:25pm

    I see a dragon chasing a dolphin.

  • groo006
    1 points Jan 17,2019, 5:29pm

    got it

  • Cantankerous_cynic
    1 points Jan 17,2019, 6:35pm

    Looks more like a Plecostomus fish

  • youtrynnareadmyname
    1 points Jan 17,2019, 6:45pm

    Gah, left side is cut off.

  • drooty9
    1 points Jan 17,2019, 3:54pm

    Stunning image, love the colors.

  • cmbyd
    0 points Jan 17,2019, 5:12pm

    Contrast much?

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[OC] New space marble I made, loving the colors in this one. Enjoy!

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COMMENTS

  • hYPE26
    4 points Jan 14,2019, 1:03pm

    Hmm.. are you that creature at the end of Men in Black?

  • flyingbuc
    2 points Jan 14,2019, 1:30pm

    How? I need to know

  • Marty_Mcfly_C137
    1 points Jan 14,2019, 1:29pm

    That's awesome! Good job!

  • mybustersword
    1 points Jan 14,2019, 1:46pm

    How does one make marbles

  • brandinni
    1 points Jan 14,2019, 6:30pm

    Do you have a store? :D

COMMENTS

  • hYPE26
    4 points Jan 14,2019, 1:03pm

    Hmm.. are you that creature at the end of Men in Black?

  • flyingbuc
    2 points Jan 14,2019, 1:30pm

    How? I need to know

  • Marty_Mcfly_C137
    1 points Jan 14,2019, 1:29pm

    That's awesome! Good job!

  • HerbalEnigma
    1 points Jan 14,2019, 1:41pm

    Amazing.

  • mybustersword
    1 points Jan 14,2019, 1:46pm

    How does one make marbles

  • brandinni
    1 points Jan 14,2019, 6:30pm

    Do you have a store? :D

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Space X. Boca Chica. Texas.

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First 360 panorama from Chang'e 4. [7321x900]

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Starts orbiting a supermassive black hole in the center of our Milky Way!

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COMMENTS

  • SquidgyTheWhale
    19 points Jan 07,2019, 3:08pm

    This is old footage.

    (About 26,000 years old.)

  • Octopus_Uprising
    8 points Jan 07,2019, 10:00am

    Is this perhaps a leak of one of the first close up images taken by the Event Horizon Telescope!?

    Say it is!?

    If it is... I've been anxiously awaiting this for well over a year now!

  • DrSmartron
    5 points Jan 07,2019, 9:33am

    Looks like the beginning of the "Sledgehammer" video by Peter Gabriel

  • arewemartiansyet
    4 points Jan 07,2019, 5:53pm

    "This time-lapse video from the NACO instrument on ESO's Very Large Telescope in Chile shows stars orbiting the supermassive black hole that lies at the heart of the Milky Way over a period of nearly 20 years. "

    Source: https://www.eso.org/public/videos/eso1825e/

  • imranilzar
    3 points Jan 07,2019, 10:09am

    Is this real imagery and what timespan are we talking about?

  • gwuth
    3 points Jan 07,2019, 10:17am

    Looks more like a biology slide.What's going on at the edges where the stars "vibrate"?

  • athiestArcher
    2 points Jan 07,2019, 10:16am

    I believe this is from the early 2000s and the star the whips pretty fast confirmed that it was indeed orbiting a super massive black hole rather then a dense collection of stars. Its orbit around the object remained relatively straight rather than "bumpy" you could say( being pulled in different directions by different stars) this confirming the center object to be a highly massive black hole

  • shiningPate
    2 points Jan 07,2019, 10:39am

    What was the technological change that increased the resolution of the images partway through? Was that the installation of new hardware on the hubble? Deployment of a newer larger, telescope in Hawaii or Chile? Also, what is the scattering around the stars on the edges of the images? Are those just enhancement artifacts or some actual phenomenon?

  • TheRealOneTwo
    4 points Jan 07,2019, 9:54am

    I only see stars

  • MisterDreavus
    1 points Jan 07,2019, 2:22pm

    What about the accretion disk? Why can't we see it here?

  • Akashk9
    1 points Jan 07,2019, 7:15pm

    What kind of radiation was this captured with? Like UV/ infrared?

  • kalimbadeluna
    -14 points Jan 07,2019, 9:19am

    You orbiting your ex's FB profile

COMMENTS

  • SquidgyTheWhale
    19 points Jan 07,2019, 3:08pm

    This is old footage.

    (About 26,000 years old.)

  • Octopus_Uprising
    8 points Jan 07,2019, 10:00am

    Is this perhaps a leak of one of the first close up images taken by the Event Horizon Telescope!?

    Say it is!?

    If it is... I've been anxiously awaiting this for well over a year now!

  • DrSmartron
    5 points Jan 07,2019, 9:33am

    Looks like the beginning of the "Sledgehammer" video by Peter Gabriel

  • universe-atom
    5 points Jan 07,2019, 9:43am

    source?

  • arewemartiansyet
    4 points Jan 07,2019, 5:53pm

    "This time-lapse video from the NACO instrument on ESO's Very Large Telescope in Chile shows stars orbiting the supermassive black hole that lies at the heart of the Milky Way over a period of nearly 20 years. "

    Source: https://www.eso.org/public/videos/eso1825e/

  • imranilzar
    3 points Jan 07,2019, 10:09am

    Is this real imagery and what timespan are we talking about?

  • gwuth
    3 points Jan 07,2019, 10:17am

    Looks more like a biology slide.What's going on at the edges where the stars "vibrate"?

  • athiestArcher
    2 points Jan 07,2019, 10:16am

    I believe this is from the early 2000s and the star the whips pretty fast confirmed that it was indeed orbiting a super massive black hole rather then a dense collection of stars. Its orbit around the object remained relatively straight rather than "bumpy" you could say( being pulled in different directions by different stars) this confirming the center object to be a highly massive black hole

  • shiningPate
    2 points Jan 07,2019, 10:39am

    What was the technological change that increased the resolution of the images partway through? Was that the installation of new hardware on the hubble? Deployment of a newer larger, telescope in Hawaii or Chile? Also, what is the scattering around the stars on the edges of the images? Are those just enhancement artifacts or some actual phenomenon?

  • TheRealOneTwo
    4 points Jan 07,2019, 9:54am

    I only see stars

  • MisterDreavus
    1 points Jan 07,2019, 2:22pm

    What about the accretion disk? Why can't we see it here?

  • Akashk9
    1 points Jan 07,2019, 7:15pm

    What kind of radiation was this captured with? Like UV/ infrared?

  • kalimbadeluna
    -14 points Jan 07,2019, 9:19am

    You orbiting your ex's FB profile

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OSIRIS-REx, December 19, 2018. Five-second exposure of asteroid Bennu 43 kms away on top right, while Earth and Moon are 114 million kms away on lower left.

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