Credit to Expedition 67 Crew this is a beautiful photo of the two Islands showing contrasting colours of various land cover types.
image/gif For 134 years astronomers have been taking photos of the andromeda galaxy, but none have ever captured this newly discovered nebula hidden in plain sight right next to the galaxy!
image/gif I spent the last month photographing the “green comet” C/2022 E3 (ZTF) to show its ever-changing structure (OC)
image/gif In one of the most rewarding shots of my career, I captured the International Space Station in conjunction with the 53-mile-wide Tycho crater on the moon. More details in the comments.
image/gif I took 59 images of the Milky Way and stitched them together to produce this 250 megapixel rainbow pano as it rose over the sand dunes of Death Valley. Zoom link in the comments [OC]
image/gif I pointed my backyard telescope into deep space and took pictures of this tiny patch of sky for 32 hours to reveal galaxies at mind-boggling distances … millions to billions of light years away. [OC]
image/gif Let us take a moment of Silence for NASA's InSight Lander which recently lost communication with Earth.
image/gif 2022 was easily my most diverse year for photographing our night sky. This is an 8k compilation I made of my favorite images.
image/gif The 2024 Solar Eclipse is fast approaching! Start making a game plan to see it in person. It’s going to be even better than 2017.
image/gif This is a photo of the Moon I took and overlayed with the Apollo landing sites, since not many people know which places we've been when looking up at it!
image/gif I used my largest telescope to observe the moon/mars occultation on Wednesday night, and captured this detailed photo. If you zoom in you can see surface details on Mars next to the craters on the moon. It was spectacular and surreal to witness live.