Dan Winters - Interview and new website

Austin (TX) based photographer Dan Winters has a new website with loads of new photographs and drawings I haven´t seen before. Such a pleasure to browse through his website. I think he is genius. T...
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Amazing sand dune movement on Mars

M104 also catalogued as NGC 4594 and popularly known as The Sombrero Galaxy, is an unbarred spiral galaxy appearing in the constellation Virgo, and located 28 million light years from Earth.

photo of Saturn from NASA's Cassini orbiter

By looking deep into space, the Hubble has been able to photograph the past. Incredibly, with the help of Hubble, astronomers have been able to see what the universe looked like 600 million years after the Big Bang. It is believed that the firestorm of starbirth along the dark dust rift of Centaurus A is a result of a violent collision.

A cosmic butterfly hovers in a lightly populated region of the Milky Way, 2,000 light years from Earth. Known as Sharpless 2-106, it gets its roughly symmetrical shape from outrushing heat streaming into a cold environment.

Sagittarius never looked like this. A two-lobed nebula in the heart of the constellation, it lies some 3,000 light years from Earth and is home to the hottest star ever recorded.

The Carina Nebula is a huge and exceedingly hot mass of stars located 7,500 light years from Earth

Watch: Lasco C2 captures an unusual object by the sun on 24 April, 2012.

The European Southern Observatory: 50 years in 50 photos

Wow. Watch this amazing solar flare video huff.to/HPtokB

Ariane 5 takes off on the equator with a delivery for the ISS

Walter Schirra and Thomas Stafford preparing for space flight in 1965

sunshine and solar storms

oh oh Orion

a dusty Mars rover

Space Shuttle Breaching the Clouds.

NASA, GRID SPHERE SATELLITE ECHO 1 1958: the inflated balloon satellite prototype. not used, but would've been a passive reflector of microwave signals for communication.

The Color of IC 1795 Este retrato cósmico aguda cuenta con gas brillante y polvo que oscurecen las nubes en IC 1795, una región de formación estelar en la constelación septentrional de Casiope

Venus and Jupiter miss each other by a cat's head huff.to/Atvfvl

The Milky Way, as seen from Namibia, looking down upon some broccoli trees.