Interstellar

Interstellar

  • Interstellar (film)A 2014 British-American epic science fiction film directed, co-written, and co-produced by...
  • Interstellar travel The term used for hypothetical piloted or unpiloted travel between stars or planetary systems.
  • Interstellar medium Interstellar mediumThe matter that exists in the space between the star systems in a galaxy.

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  • garden beth posted a photo:

    tesseracting

  • Mr. Szabi posted a photo:

    M31 (Andromeda Galaxy)

    Strong light pollution and slightly foggy sky.

    Total frames: 60
    Total exposure: 620 sec (10min 33sec)

    ISO: 6400

    Lights: 30 x 12sec = 360 sec (6 min)
    Flats: 10 x 2sec = 20 sec
    Darks: 20 x 12sec = 240 sec (4 min)

  • EnigmatiK27 posted a photo:

    Stromlo Stars

  • Photographes // Editeurs posted a photo:

    Affiche // 50x70 // Voyager

    Affiche imprimée en France sur papier couché moderne demi-mat 250g.
    [email protected]

  • Photographes // Editeurs posted a photo:

    Affiche // 50x70 // Voyager

    Affiche imprimée en France sur papier couché moderne demi-mat 250g.
    [email protected]

  • Schmendrax posted a photo:

    Snaefellsjoekull Glacier

    Iceland

  • Mr. Szabi posted a photo:

    Milkyway Galaxy Arm

    Strong light pollution.
    No tracking.
    ISO: 3200

    Total frames: 82
    Total exposure time: 1230 sec (20min 50sec)

    Lights: 62 x 15sec = 930 sec (15min 50sec)
    Darks: 20 x 15sec = 300 sec (5min)

  • Mr. Szabi posted a photo:

    Messier 31 - Andromeda Galaxy

    M31 / NGC 224 / Andromeda galaxy with slightly visible M110 at the top.
    Constellation: Andromeda

    No tracking.
    Mild light pollution.
    ISO: 6400

    Total frames: 60
    Total exposure time: 900 sec (15 min)

    Lights: 40 x 15sec = 600sec (10 min)
    Darks: 20 x 15sec = 300sec (5 min)

  • Mr. Szabi posted a photo:

    Milkyway Arm

    Mild light pollution.
    No tracking.
    ISO: 3200

    Total frames: 60
    Total exposure time: 1080 sec (18 min)

    Lights: 40 x 18sec = 720 sec (12 min)
    Darks: 20 x 18sec = 360 sec (6 min)

  • Mr. Szabi posted a photo:

    M31 - Andromeda Galaxy

    Messier 31 (M31)
    It's in the constellation Andromeda, also known as NGC 224.
    Distance: 2.54 million ly.
    Diameter: 220 000 ly.
    Also M32 and M110 can be found near it, these are faint dwarf galaxies.
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    Terrible light pollution from the city lights and nearby light posts!
    ISO: 6400
    Cropped.

    Total frames: 80
    Total exposure time: 800 sec (13min 33sec)

    Light frames: 60 x 10sec = 600sec (10min)
    Dark frames: 20 x 10sec = 200sec (3min 33sec)

    No tracking, that is why I could only capture in 10 sec frames.

  • ePixel Images posted a video:

    International Space Station Solar Transit Highvale, Brisbane, Australia

    4K UHD Video link: youtu.be/xMj74RXvOMw

    flickr Single Image Composite link: flic.kr/p/YmPmUA

    A very busy week and some amazing Sunspot activity across the Sun which caused a lot of buzz in the world of Astronomy!!

    Active Region 2673 a monster sunspot was very dynamic over the several days, even blasting an extremely powerful X9.3 class flare and coronal mass ejection (CME), towards Earth, the most powerful seen in over a decade!

    I was really hoping for an opportunity to see the International Space Station transit the Sun before the sunspot activity rotated away and especially before AR2673 slipped out of view. Luckily last Saturday, the weather was good and I had the joy of seeing the ISS cross vertically through the Sun and just touching Sunspot AR2678 near the Sun's centre.

    Video was captured using the new Canon C200 and Canon 800mm Lens, Cinema RAW Light format and processed in Resolve.

    Single image composited from 20 Frames showing the path of the transit across the Sun.

    The ISS solar transit was viewed from Highvale, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.

    International Space Station
    9 September 2017- 12h46m38.75s
    Crosses the disk of the Sun
    Highvale, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
    Transit duration: 0.73s. Visible Path Width: 4.67km
    Diameter of ISS: 55.63” Size=109.0m x 73.0m x 27.5m
    Satellite at Azimuth=332.2° NNW. Altitude=54.3°
    Distance=496.65 km. Angular Velocity=43.4'/s.
    Ground Speed=7.39km/s (27,600km/h)

    Active Sunspot Regions:
    AR2673, AR2674, AR2677, AR2678, AR2679
    visible across the Sun's disk.

  • ePixel Images posted a photo:

    International Space Station Solar Transit Highvale, Brisbane, Australia

    4K UHD Video link: youtu.be/xMj74RXvOMw

    flickr Video link: flic.kr/p/YkdAyE

    A very busy week and some amazing Sunspot activity across the Sun which caused a lot of buzz in the world of Astronomy!!

    Active Region 2673 a monster sunspot was very dynamic over the several days, even blasting an extremely powerful X9.3 class flare and coronal mass ejection (CME), towards Earth, the most powerful seen in over a decade!

    I was really hoping for an opportunity to see the International Space Station transit the Sun before the sunspot activity rotated away and especially before AR2673 slipped out of view. Luckily last Saturday, the weather was good and I had the joy of seeing the ISS cross vertically through the Sun and just touching Sunspot AR2678 near the Sun's centre.

    Video was captured using the new Canon C200 and Canon 800mm Lens, Cinema RAW Light format and processed in Resolve.

    Single image composited from 20 Frames showing the path of the transit across the Sun.

    The ISS solar transit was viewed from Highvale, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.

    International Space Station
    9 September 2017- 12h46m38.75s
    Crosses the disk of the Sun
    Highvale, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
    Transit duration: 0.73s. Visible Path Width: 4.67km
    Diameter of ISS: 55.63” Size=109.0m x 73.0m x 27.5m
    Satellite at Azimuth=332.2° NNW. Altitude=54.3°
    Distance=496.65 km. Angular Velocity=43.4'/s.
    Ground Speed=7.39km/s (27,600km/h)

    Active Sunspot Regions:
    AR2673, AR2674, AR2677, AR2678, AR2679
    visible across the Sun's disk.

  • ePixel Images posted a photo:

    Jetstar VH-VKF Boeing 787-8 c/n 36231-175 Crosses the September 2017 Full Moon

    4K UHD Video Link: youtu.be/QDPdpqDuIdY

    flickr video link: flic.kr/p/YiGGcz

    Jetstar VH-VKF Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner crosses the September 2017 Full Moon. Aircraft enroute Brisbane to Denpasar as flight JQ57. Speed 430kph, Altitude 2,237ft, Track 201°.

  • ePixel Images posted a video:

    Jetstar Australia Boeing 787 and Airbus A320 Full Moon Transits Footage Using Canon EOS C200

    4K UHD Video Link: youtu.be/QDPdpqDuIdY

    flickr single image link: flic.kr/p/XfpUrs

    Jetstar VH-VKF Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner crosses the September 2017 Full Moon. Aircraft enroute Brisbane to Denpasar as flight JQ57. Speed 430kph, Altitude 2,237ft, Track 201°.

    Jetstar VH-VGA Airbus A320-232 also crosses the September 2017 Full Moon. Aircraft enroute Brisbane to Cairns as flight JQ940. Speed 468kph, Altitude 10,446ft, Track 339°.

    Video was captured using the new Canon EOS C200 and Canon 800mm Lens, Cinema RAW Light format and processed in Resolve.

  • Alice Zheng--Yueton posted a photo:

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  • Endurer Survivor posted a photo:

    Celestial

    Date: August 21st, 2017.
    Time: 1:25 p.m.
    Location: smack dab on the path of totality in Elkton, KY
    Total duration of totality: 2 minutes and 39 seconds.
    Event: The Great American Solar Eclipse

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    Another favorite of mine snapped exactly 3 seconds prior to the previous one I posted. I'm not even sure now what my favorite view is: totality -or- the moment when the Moon started to uncover the Sun, creating the "diamond ring" affect. I'm also still unsure if that's a star or a planet (and if a planet, which one), in the upper lefthand corner there. I'm almost thinking it's a star because when the folks were pointing out the planets, they seemed to be positioned farther away from the colliding Sun and Moon--while they were briefly visible at totality. But, can't remember their astronomical positions. I know, it's bad; a nerd like me should know this. ;[

    Also, wanted to mention something that one of the fellas at the Eclipse party on the farm reminded me of: At totality, the corona (aura of plasma surrounding the Sun) you see here actually "undulated" before our eyes. It almost sorta, pulsated. As if the whole thing wasn't bizarre enough, that really messed with my head.

    Something else I keep thinking of is how we all experience dusk at the end of every single day and it's the norm for us human beings, but when that happens for a couple minutes in the middle of the afternoon it completely changes things. Just a *tad* creepier than your average day. Like, some X-Files stuff, guys. HA! Very alien-like.

    Who knows, they could've landed on Earth somewhere while everyone was watching the Solar Eclipse...!!! :O

  • Pat Charles posted a photo:

    Close Encounters

    These stairs at MUDEC (the Museo Delle Culture) in Milan were pretty freaky. Slightly other worldly and the light at the top was amazing.

  • ePixel Images posted a photo:

    International Space Station Transits Across the Moon During the Day

    UHD Video link: youtu.be/Spph55jrOH0

    flickr video link: flic.kr/p/X8xtb2

    The last days of Expedition 52 onboard the ISS and NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson has accumulated 377 days in space, the most for any U.S. woman at the time of her return to Earth on Saturday, 2 September, 2017.

    Video was captured using the new Canon EOS C200 and Canon 800mm Lens, Cinema RAW Light format and processed in Resolve, along with the Canon 1DX MkII and Canon 400mm lens captured in 4K MOV format for the wide shots.

    Single image composited from 28 frames

    International Space Station
    30 August 2017 - 16h39m38.65s
    Crosses the Waxing Gibbous Moon (59.0%)
    Laidley, Lockyer Valley, South East Queensland, Australia
    Transit Duration: 0.52s, Visible Path Width: 4.32km
    Diameter of ISS: 61.02" (illuminated)
    Size=109.0m x 73.0m x 27.5m
    Satellite at Azimuth=81.4° E Altitude=70.7°
    Distance=432.84km Angular Velocity=57.7'/s
    Ground speed=7.425km/s (27,600 km/h).

  • Mila Che posted a photo:

    Wonderful space

    Space, red planet and space ship. Colorful sci-fi background. Vector illustration
    www.shutterstock.com/image-vector/wonderful-space-red-pla...
    www.shutterstock.com/g/Mila+Che?rid=170684214&utm_med...

  • Photo Graffiti posted a photo:

    Svínafellsjökull glacier

    Dr Mann's Planet from Interstellar