There’s more to see...
Sign up to discover and save different things to try in 2015.
Visit Site

Related Pins

A montage of images of Comet ISON taken from September 24 to November 15, 2013. Credit and copyright: Damian Peach.

Comet PANSTARRS Meets the Andromeda Galaxy--Two objects 2.5 million lightyears apart… PanSTARRS & Andromeda. Credit and copyright: Brendan Alexander. Read more: www.universetoday...

Comet PANSTARRS and M31 (Andromeda) on April 4, 2013, as seen from Sweden. Credit and copyright: Göran Strand.

A full solar halo -- plus a dragonfly -- seen above John Chumack's observatory dome on September 15, 2013. Credit and copyright: John Chumack/Galactic Images.

Large and Small Magellanic Clouds & Comet McNaught | Patagonia

Astrophoto: Can You Count the 292 Pink Nebulae in the Triangulum Galaxy?

M 51 aka The Whirlpool Galaxy, via Flickr. via Santiago Ortiz

Comet ISON, as seen on September 22 from Yellow Springs, Ohio, using a QHY8 CCD camera and a home-made 16 inch diameter telescope. 15 minute exposure. Credit and copyright: John Chumack.

A lovely view of the Sombrero Galaxy in Virgo. Taken remotely from Siding Spring Observatory, Australia during several nights in April. Credit and copyright: Ian Sharp.

The sun-approaching Comet ISON floats against a seemingly infinite backdrop of numerous galaxies and a handful of foreground stars in this Hubble Space Telescope composite image, taken in April 2013.

Ultra-Deep Astrophoto: 75 Hours of the Antenna Galaxies

Up in the sky -- it's a bird, it's a plane... no, it's a spider and a SuperMoon! Well, not quite. This composite image by Brian who is called Brian on Flickr was actually taken last night, on September 7, 2014, but it's an awesome lead-in for our usual request for astrophotos of the Harvest…