r/space • u/ajamesmccarthy • 2d ago
image/gif I teamed up with a fellow redditor to try and capture the most ridiculously detailed image of the entire sun we could. The result was a whopping 140 megapixels, and features a solar "tornado" over 14 Earths tall. This is a crop from the full image, make sure you zoom in!
r/space • u/Vasek_CZ_ • 1d ago
image/gif Realistic size and distance between The Andromeda Galaxy and Milky Way
This image show real size between The Andromeda Galaxy and Milky Way with real distance
image/gif My homebuilt observatory-grade telescope that fits in the back of an SUV
r/space • u/Greenthund3r • 8d ago
image/gif Close up of Pluto from the New Horizons space probe
r/space • u/ajamesmccarthy • 22d ago
image/gif I took an absurdly high resolution photo of the moon on Wednesday, zoom in and check out the details!
r/space • u/Acuate187 • 15d ago
image/gif Do you think we are just a dot in something or someone else's photo?
r/space • u/astro_pettit • 9d ago
image/gif Orion above the atmosphere, captured on my first mission to the International Space Station. More details in comments!
r/space • u/FlingingGoronGonads • 23d ago
image/gif After surviving 260 Martian nights with zero charge in its battery, Ingenuity is still flying - and has reunited with Perseverance
r/space • u/mustachegiraffe • Feb 12 '23
image/gif The “Face on Mars” captured by NASA’s Viking 1 orbiter in 1976 (left) and Mars Global Surveyor in 2001 (right)
r/space • u/yadavhimanshu961 • Feb 19 '23
image/gif The left picture shows the Pillars of Creation as shot by the Hubble Space Telescope in 1995. The right picture shows the landscape as shot by the James Webb Space telescope in 2022.
r/space • u/danborja • Feb 05 '23
image/gif Saturn through a telescope
r/space • u/DomCraggoo • 1d ago
image/gif I captured the Northern Lights over the cabin I stayed at in Iceland!
r/space • u/SPACESHUTTLEINMYANUS • Feb 19 '23
image/gif Using my own telescope and pointing it at random spots in the sky, I discovered a completely new nebula of unknown origin. I named it the Kyber Crystal Nebula!
r/space • u/astro_pettit • 2d ago
image/gif My camera setup on the International Space station. More details in comments.
r/space • u/theillini19 • 15d ago
image/gif My photo of the crescent moon, featuring the Da Vinci Glow - where sunlight reflected from the Earth illuminates the unlit part of the moon, creating a breathtaking contrast between bright and dark regions that our eyes can't normally see
r/space • u/Davicho77 • 22d ago
image/gif Milky-Way above the Monument Valley USA. Credits: Mads Peter Iversen
r/space • u/astro_pettit • Feb 11 '23
image/gif My reflection selfie in a window on the International Space Station! More details in comments.
r/space • u/theillini19 • 9d ago
image/gif This is a single photo I took of the Andromeda Galaxy from the darkest skies in America. Usually we need to "stack" hundreds of photos together to reveal enough detail, but the sky here was so dark that just one 5 minute exposure was enough
r/space • u/Sblordo-Veciotto • 29d ago
image/gif Sirius, the brightest star, is 8.6 light years from Earth and this is one of the best photos taken by the Astronomitaly group
r/space • u/Acuate187 • Feb 19 '23
image/gif Are we even capable of grasping the sheer volume of stars in our universe?
r/space • u/astro_pettit • Feb 18 '23
image/gif My camera collection floating in 0-G aboard the International Space Station! More details in comments.
r/space • u/Stocky99 • Jan 22 '23
image/gif England and Ireland on a rare clear day
Credit to Expedition 67 Crew this is a beautiful photo of the two Islands showing contrasting colours of various land cover types.
r/space • u/__Augustus_ • 2d ago
image/gif 3 years ago I built this telescope in my parents' garage. It's since shown me supernovae, comets, 3 dwarf planets and been looked through by thousands of other people.
r/space • u/PageD0WN • Feb 05 '23
image/gif I took a picture of the railway, train and the solar eclipse
r/space • u/PartyBusRuss • 9d ago