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Beneath Jupiter
Image Credit: +NASA, Juno, SwRI, MSSS, Gerald Eichstädt & Seán Doran
https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap170529.html

Jupiter is stranger than we knew. NASA's Juno spacecraft has now completed its sixth swoop past Jupiter as it moves around its highly elliptical orbit. Pictured, Jupiter is seen from below where, surprisingly, the horizontal bands that cover most of the planet disappear into swirls and complex patterns. A line of white oval clouds is visible nearer to the equator. Recent results from Juno show that Jupiter's weather phenomena can extend deep below its cloud tops, and that Jupiter's magnetic field varies greatly with location. Juno is scheduled to orbit Jupiter 37 times with each orbit taking about six weeks.
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Midnight Glow

The midnight glow over Limfjord. This is how dark the sky is during the summertime. The Milky Way will again be available to photograph at the beginning of August.

Limfjord is a shallow part of the sea, located in Denmark where it is regarded as a fjord ever since the Vikings. (Source: Wikipedia)

Credit: Ruslan Merzlyakov
Image Date: May 21, 2017
Location: Nykøbing Mors, Denmark

#Earth #Astronomy #Science #Space #Stars #Panorama #Astrophotography #Skywatching #Photography #Art #Limfjord #NykøbingMors #Denmark #Europe #STEM #Education
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Inception istanbul , Turkey

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Geminids meteor shower - a view from Atacama desert :) On the night Dec 13/14 we were very lucky to witness an amazing celestial event ! The "stars were falling from the sky" and it was a remarkable sight. I took this image at Carnegie Las Campanas observatory located in the south of Atacama desert in Chile. You can see numerous meteors as well as the Milky Way. One can easily recognize Orion constellation (although, for those who are in the Northern hemisphere it looks upside down). The telescopes on the foreground are the 6.5-m Magellans (Baade and Clay). I hope you'll enjoy the view ! :) 
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There are only 2 hard things in computer science:
1. Naming things
2. Vertically centering things

Via https://twitter.com/DavidKPiano
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