You couldn’t be here without the material created from stars that exploded eons ago. The carbon, nitrogen, oxygen, iron, all the things that matter for evolution come from these violent processes. We are all precious and unique down to the very stars we’re made of.
Under the Milky Way (USA) by Yan L Photography
Helix Nebula Extensions - Planetary Nebula in Aquarius
The Helix nebula, NGC 7293 (Caldwell 63), in Aquarius is one of the most studied objects in the sky. It appears quite large because it is one of the closest planetary nebula (PN) to Earth at a distance of about 700 light years.
Credit: Don Goldman
Probably one of the best costumes from the con that I’ve seen.
Recruiters will tell you anything.
Technology is rad
look at this please look soak it in tHIS IS R E A L
I took this in August up at Mt. Washington on Vancouver Island
What a beautiful submission! If you look closely, you can note the cool and warm colored hues of the various stars & celestial bodies captured!