Supermoon Lunar Eclipse from Maltese Islands
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Supernova in Superwind Galaxy by Justin Ng
One Wolf Moon
Dora the Aurora Explorer
Comet Lovejoy Photograph by Howes
Seven Sisters Meet Mr. Lovejoy
I'm Being Followed By Moon Shadows
Echoes of the Past
That's Snow Moon
‘Chasing the Seven Sisters’
They Say Ocean City's the Place to Be
The Moon, Venus and Mars Over Manhattan Skyline
The Moon, Venus and Mars Seen in North Carolina
Sandy Point Meteor
The Milky Way Over Loon Island: A Stargazer's Stunning View (Photo)
"You'll notice that the photo goes from dark on the right to bright on the left. The shots that make up this panorama were taken at the start of astronomical twilight, which means that the sun was approaching the horizon (but still about 90 minutes away from sunrise) and close enough that its scattered light brightens the horizon. The glow starts around the area where the sun will rise, which is why the middle-left side of the image is brighter, and then on the far left it goes into light pollution from the Portland area and gets very bright. But also, the shots took about 15 minutes, so within that time the earlier shots (I started from the right) would be darker than the later shots as the sun was getting closer to the horizon." Image submitted March 2, 2015.
Aurora Over Northern Michigan
M42 by Robert Fields
March 20, 2015, Solar Eclipse Seen in Macedonia
'Hidden in Plane Sight'
Strange Light in the Evening
One Big Sky
Trifid Nebula Glows in Stunning Photo By Amateur Astronomer
I'm an Orange Moon
Total Lunar Eclipse in Las Vegas: Tyler Leavitt
Click through this gallery to see more amazing space photos from the week.