20 Dazzling Astronomy Photos That Will Leave You Starry-Eyed

20 Dazzling Astronomy Photos That Will Leave You Starry-Eyed –

 

 

When we look up at the stars, it reminds us that everything on Earth exists on a huge space rock that is rotating and revolving across the infinite black void. Unfortunately, earthly concerns like work, dinner, and sleep are the routine activities that tend to keep us busy. But, luckily, many people do take some time out to appreciate nature and are talented enough to mesmerize us and remind us of our cosmic existence.

1. The Last of Us 2.0 by David Ros Garcia (Spain)

6. Shells of Elliptical Galaxy NGC 3923 in Hydra by Rolf Wahl Olsen (Denmark)

9. Gum 12 by Eddie Trimarchi (Australia)

12. Moon Eclipse over Mount Etna by Alessia Scarso, Film Director and Astrophotographer

Alessia Scarso is a renowned film director and astrophotographer who has worked with many journalists, producers, and directors. She specializes in making investigative documentaries, special reports, commercials, and inquiries for official publicity campaigns. You can find her on InstagramFacebookYouTube, and read more about her on IMDb.

13. Triple Green Flash by Juan-Carlos Munoz-Mateos

 

 

14. At the Edge of Forever by William Vrbasso (Australia)

15. Mars above the Keck Lasers by Sean Goebel

17. Deadvlei by Stefan Liebermann

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Review 2018 2. Namibia So far the most impressive trip of my life. This endless wideness, the amazing sun ups and downs and finally this breathtaking wooow mindblowing starry sky. It was like a dream! You really have to visit Namibia <3. Here my favorite image taken on the trip… of course Deadvlei during the night: What planet is this? It is the only planet currently known to have trees. The trees in Deadvlei, though, have been dead for over 500 years. Located in Namib-Naukluft Park in Namibia (Earth), saplings grew after rainfall caused a local river to overflow, but died after sand dunes shifted to section off the river. High above and far in the distance, the band of our Milky Way Galaxy forms an arch over a large stalk in this well-timed composite image, taken last month. The soil of white clay appears to glow by reflected starlight. Rising on the left, under the Milky Way's arch, is a band of zodiacal light — sunlight reflected by dust orbiting in the inner Solar System. On the right, just above one of Earth's larger sand dunes, an astute eye can find the Large Magellanic Cloud, a satellite galaxy of our galaxy. Finding the Small Magellanic Cloud in the featured image, though, is perhaps too hard. Panorama of 13 single photos: Sony A7s | Sigma 14mm | F/1.8 | 30s | ISO 5000 #longexpoelite #milkywayscientists #sky_captures #astro_photography_ #nightphotography #earthofficial #night_shooterz #nightshooters #nightimages #pictureoftheday #photooftheday #milkywaychasers #longexposure_shots #night #night_excl #sigmaphoto #newmilkyway #nightscaper #nightskape #africageophoto #longexpo_addiction #africa #africanamazing #AFRICANature #ps_starry #explorenamibia #savetherhino #namibia #natgeo #sonyalpha @longexposure_shots @longexpoelite @longexpo_addiction @longexposure_pix

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20. Winner: Into the Shadow by László Francsics (Hungary)

 

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