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07/16/1969 - Apollo 11 blasted off from Cape Kennedy, FL, and began the first manned mission to land on the moon. Father and son oberve Apollo 11 Launch, Photo by Ralph Crane

07/16/1969 - Apollo 11 blasted off from Cape Kennedy, FL, and began the first manned mission to land on the moon. Father and son oberve Apollo 11 Launch, Photo by Ralph Crane

Lluvia de Meteoritos Perseídas 2013

Lluvia de Meteoritos Perseídas 2013

Free 2014 Astronomy calendars available. Comes in both Northern and Southern hemisphere versions: http://asterisk.apod.com/viewtopic.php?f=28&t=32474

Free 2014 Astronomy calendars available. Comes in both Northern and Southern hemisphere versions: http://asterisk.apod.com/viewtopic.php?f=28&t=32474

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Cometa Ison antes de esconderse tras el monte Fuji

¡Impresionante este video collage de la caida del meteorito en Rusia!

¡Impresionante este video collage de la caida del meteorito en Rusia!

Comet Lovejoy on December 23, 2014.  Photo by Gerald Rhemann.  The wonderful New Year’s comet – Comet C/2014 Q2 Lovejoy – is at its closest to Earth on January 7. It’s (probably) at its brightest in our sky beginning around January 7, for the next couple of weeks...  the moon is now waning, rising an hour later each evening. You’ll have a window of dark-sky viewing – from the end of twilight until moonrise – from about January 7 to 24.

Comet Lovejoy on December 23, 2014. Photo by Gerald Rhemann. The wonderful New Year’s comet – Comet C/2014 Q2 Lovejoy – is at its closest to Earth on January 7. It’s (probably) at its brightest in our sky beginning around January 7, for the next couple of weeks... the moon is now waning, rising an hour later each evening. You’ll have a window of dark-sky viewing – from the end of twilight until moonrise – from about January 7 to 24.

Point your telescope toward the high flying constellation Pegasus and you can find this expanse of Milky Way stars and distant galaxies. Centered on NGC 7814, the pretty field of view would almost be covered by a full moon. NGC 7814 is sometimes called the Little Sombrero for its resemblance to the brighter more famous M104, the Sombrero Galaxy.

Point your telescope toward the high flying constellation Pegasus and you can find this expanse of Milky Way stars and distant galaxies. Centered on NGC 7814, the pretty field of view would almost be covered by a full moon. NGC 7814 is sometimes called the Little Sombrero for its resemblance to the brighter more famous M104, the Sombrero Galaxy.

Photograph of NGC891. Photograhed by Tom Bash, member of the Delaware Valley Amateur Astronomers (Philadelphia, PA area)

Photograph of NGC891. Photograhed by Tom Bash, member of the Delaware Valley Amateur Astronomers (Philadelphia, PA area)

Double Cluster and Greg's Charm Bracelet in the constellation of Cassiopeia

Double Cluster and Greg's Charm Bracelet in the constellation of Cassiopeia

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