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Sunwatchers are still tracking those 2 large sunspot groups making their way across the Earth-facing side of the sun. Then yesterday there was an X-flare! Watch for possible auroras.
In this project nightflight image, the Dark Horse Nebula has a rider. Turn sideways to see Saturn riding on the horse’s neck.
This image sequence from ESA’s billion-star surveyor – Gaia – looks toward the center of our Milky Way galaxy and captures some 2.8 million stars.
The start of September means that autumn is just around the corner. Manish Mamtani took this shot in September 2016 in Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming.
John Entwistle captured this shot in mid-August on North Carolina’s Cape Hatteras.
From our friend Tom Wildoner, a single shot of the morning stars in the sunrise direction. He added labels to help you identify some of the brighter objects on your morning commute!
A mass of live fire ants floating on the Texas flood.
“Watching it from such a close distance is a magical experience!”
This is a long-exposure photo of the sun, moving across the sky on August 21, 2017. Ian Hennes captured it with a lensless pinhole camera, in this case a beer can. It shows the total eclipse!
Just kidding. There’s really no movie by this name. But there should be, don’t you think? Photo by Fred Espenak, aka Mr. Eclipse.
Bright star Deneb transits at nightfall
See it! Moon passes Venus and Mars