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    Quote Originally Posted by metacannibal View Post
    Keep some salt available as always.

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    http://phys.org/news/2014-09-interst...nide-alma.html

    Astrophysics are on a roll.... Organic Molecules found.

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    New image from Rosetta showing outgassing on P67

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    Hubble Images of Neptune show the significant challenge taking meaningful pictures of our outermost planet poses. Due to the massive distances, the highres pictures we often see are pictures by space probes nearby.


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    Hubble Images of Neptune show the significant challenge taking meaningful pictures of our outermost planet poses. Due to the massive distances, the highres pictures we often see are pictures by space probes nearby.


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    Quote Originally Posted by metacannibal View Post
    Hubble Images of Neptune show the significant challenge taking meaningful pictures of our outermost planet poses. Due to the massive distances, the highres pictures we often see are pictures by space probes nearby.
    It's just over half a year until we will start seeing something awesome.

    http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/newhorizons/main/
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    Quote Originally Posted by metacannibal View Post
    Hubble Images of Neptune show the significant challenge taking meaningful pictures of our outermost planet poses. Due to the massive distances, the highres pictures we often see are pictures by space probes nearby.
    It's just over half a year until we will start seeing something awesome.

    http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/newhorizons/main/
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    Stupid Forum ate the rest of my posting. I posted the hubble reference to underline that my attempt at Neptune isnt all that bad, considering i used a 300$ monochrome camera and a telescope setup significantly cheaper than hubble

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    Quote Originally Posted by metacannibal View Post


    Stupid Forum ate the rest of my posting. I posted the hubble reference to underline that my attempt at Neptune isnt all that bad, considering i used a 300$ monochrome camera and a telescope setup significantly cheaper than hubble
    Yeah but your telescopes optics aren't out of round.

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    Hubble Deep shot in perspective

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    Quote Originally Posted by Straight Hustlin View Post

    Yeah but your telescopes optics aren't out of round.
    Hubble isnt either since about decades.

    Jupiter yesterday, with two moons Io and Europa

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    link is broken

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    Quote Originally Posted by Straight Hustlin View Post
    link is broken
    Fixed, also

    http://blazepress.com/2014/11/23-pic...insignificant/

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    Martian Southpole

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    Sharpest ever view of the Andromeda Galaxy.

    Download on the right side, scroll down for the 4.7GB torrent link.


    Edit: more awesome stuff here.

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