Today’s imagined landscape has me wishing this winter sun would stick around and turn to spring sooner rather than later. For now I’ll stick to creating these places for my mind to wander and rest. ps. I’m hoping to post more prints in my shop tomorrow along with some smaller panel paintings- I’ll keep ya updated internet people 👀 🌙
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Quizas solo quiero estar en silencio mirando las estrellas 🌌
Refugio Lopez, 7/09/18
zwischen Immer und Nie.
если бы я вывесила этот снимок в привычной для себя белой рамочке, Инстаграм нещадно бы уничтожил всё качество стекинга 21 снимка, результат которого весил изначально 171 Мб. тем самым весь труд Sequator, да хранят Боги его разработчика, был бы сведён на нет, а вы бы увидели низкокачественную картинку Млечного Пути (ладно, хорошо, в итоге Instagram все равно понизил качество изображения).
Canon EOS 6D + Canon 15 mm 2.8 fisheye.
Beautiful shot of Milky Way from somewhere in Australia.
One of the most amazing country on our planet with possibility to take such magic photos.
Apparently humankind will never be able to comprehend magnificence of our Universe to the fullest extent.
I hope I’m wrong.🤷♂️ Anyway, what we’ve achieved today in discovery of our planet and outer space is absolutely astounding.
Too much for one person. Too little for the entire Universe.
From what I understand, the Jellyfish Nebula (IC 443) is a galactic supernova remnant (SNR), around 70 light years in size located in the Milky Way Galaxy, some 5,000 light years from Earth in the constellation of Gemini. The remnant's age is still uncertain, although there is some agreement that the supernova occurred between 3,000 and 30,000 years ago.(Photo Credit: Bob Scott) 🌐🔭📸🌌🤩
A new telescope facility at the Paranal Observatory in Chile has captured it's very first images. Named the Search for Habitable Planets Eclipsing Ultracool Stars (SPECULOOS) Southern Observatory, the facility consists of four 1-meter telescopes (each of which is named after one of Jupiter's Galilean moon's) that will search the cosmos for potentially habitable exoplanets orbiting ultracool stars and brown dwarfs. For its "first light" image, the Europa telescope captured this view of the Carina Nebula. It is a large bright nebula that surrounds several open clusters which can be seen with the naked eye. The star Eta Carinae, a giant variable star, is among the most massive and luminous stars in the Milky Way. Although it is some four times as large and much brighter than the famous Orion Nebula, the Carina Nebula is less well known due to its location far in the Southern Hemisphere. The nebula lies at an estimated distance between 6,500 and 10,000 light years from Earth. (Credit: SPECULOOS Team/E. Jehin/ESO) 🌐🔭🌌😎
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NASA'S Hubble Space Telescope's photograph of the Monkey Head Nebula (NGC 2174). It is my understanding that NGC 2174 is a 7th magnitude Bright Nebula appearing in the constellation of Orion, some 1,370 lightyears from our Solar System, in our own Milky Way Galaxy, having a physical diameter of 16 lightyears. (Credit: NASA'S Hubble Space Telescope). 🌐🛰️🌌😎
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Last weekend, watching the Perseid show with @13z_ ✨ Close to Earth, the bright star on left, Mars 🖤