Tagged: space

Surreal satellite pictures of our planet

Invisible Dust is interested in earth observation via satellite imagery, as it is a good indicator of climate change. Through satellites, the information transmitted helps to deepen our knowledge of our planet and evaluate emergencies to ensure we intervene promptly. In the broadest sense, satellites are fundamental to the conservation of our planet.

NGC 6188 and NGC 6164

Image Credit & Copyright: Kfir SimonExplanation: Fantastic shapes lurk in clouds of glowing hydrogen gas in NGC 6188, about 4,000 light-years away. The emission nebula is found near the edge of a large molecular cloud unseen at visible wavelengths, in...

Apollo 14 (44 images)

Apollo 14 Apollo 14 was the eighth manned mission in the United States Apollo program and the third to land on the Moon. It was the last of the “H missions”, targeted landings with...

NGC 6751: The Glowing Eye Nebula

Image Credit: Hubble Legacy Archive, ESA, NASA; Processing – Donald WaidExplanation: Planetary nebulae can look simple, round, and planet-like in small telescopes. But images from the orbiting Hubble Space Telescope have become well known for showing these fluorescent gas shrouds of dying Sun-like stars to possess a staggering variety of detailed symmetries...

Beautiful Astrophoto: Zoom Into Orion

Here’s an awesome sequence of images from skyscape photographer Miguel Claro. These images were captured from Cape Espichel, Sesimbra, Portugal, about 40 km away from Lisbon. This triple sequence poster contains a beautiful widefield view...