Our galaxy makes a stunning backdrop for the “Arizona Toadstools.” Which is older — the stones or the Milky Way light particles? Both are our home. Continue Reading
Scanning deep space, these extraordinary telescopes scan for supernova remnants, dark matter, and galaxies that contain supermassive black holes. Continue Reading
Today’s Wordless Wednesday is a flashback to May of this year, as a reminder of how mystery and majesty are always there, when we remember to look. Continue Reading
https://youtu.be/ZqFH-n7QTCU The ancients named our closest planetary neighbor for the Goddess of love and beauty. In seeing how our two worlds dance in space, they chose wisely.
Because the eclipse was only just beginning on the U.S. east coast as the moon set, this is a photo of a similar penumbral eclipse from 2012.