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Check rndmmedia's Instagram #tbt Star-gazing during the Perseids meteor shower this past August. 🌠 1457103544377416125_5325947

#tbtStar-gazing during the Perseids meteor shower this past August. 🌠

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Check megisaweirdo's Instagram Somewhere out there, in the Aquarius constellation (because obviously Aquarians rule), there's a star system called Trappist-1. Scientists discovered at least seven Earth-size planets around a single dwarf star. Three of these exoplanets might have water within the habitable zone. It's the first known system of its kind and it's only 40 light years away! Holy shit. Science.
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Read @nasa's press release because there's so much more to know about Trappist-1: go.nasa.gov/2l8EyII 🌚
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PS. This is not a photo of Trappist-1. It's my photo from Perseid Meteor Shower last year and currently available on @stocksyunited ☄️ 1456258057005016230_4170397

Somewhere out there, in the Aquarius constellation (because obviously Aquarians rule), there's a star system called Trappist-1. Scientists discovered at least seven Earth-size planets around a single dwarf star. Three of these exoplanets might have water within the habitable zone. It's the first known system of its kind and it's only 40 light years away! Holy shit. Science. • • Read @nasa's press release because there's so much more to know about Trappist-1: go.nasa.gov/2l8EyII 🌚 • • PS. This is not a photo of Trappist-1. It's my photo from Perseid Meteor Shower last year and currently available on @stocksyunited ☄️

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Check rory_selvey's Instagram 30 mins of the Perseids meteor shower last year 1456033357073799043_1181398124

30 mins of the Perseids meteor shower last year

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Check kylestock10's Instagram Perseid meteor vapor trail on the left, from August 2016 in the High Sierra. 
#Perseid #meteor #astronomy #astrophotographer #MilkyWay #HighSierra #California #SierraNevada #meteorshower 1456011110679588504_592848624

Perseid meteor vapor trail on the left, from August 2016 in the High Sierra. #Perseid #meteor #astronomy #astrophotographer #milkyway #highsierra #california #sierranevada #meteorshower

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Check nickbochkov's Instagram Sumbawa nights. 1455891189680986442_17820594

Sumbawa nights.

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Check tonyaguilarg's Instagram #rightmoment #rightplace #Repost @optcorp with @repostapp
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Meteor before Galaxy 
Image Credit & Copyright: Fritz Helmut Hemmerich
Explanation: What's that green streak in front of the Andromeda galaxy? A meteor. While photographing the Andromeda galaxy last Friday, near the peak of the Perseid Meteor Shower, a sand-sized rock from deep space crossed right in front of our Milky Way Galaxy's far-distant companion. The small meteor took only a fraction of a second to pass through this 10-degree field. The meteor flared several times while braking violently upon entering Earth's atmosphere. The green color was created, at least in part, by the meteor's gas glowing as it vaporized. Although the exposure was timed to catch a Perseids meteor, the orientation of the imaged streak seems a better match to a meteor from the Southern Delta Aquariids, a meteor shower that peaked a few weeks earlier.
APOD: 2016 August 17 - Meteor before Galaxy http://buff.ly/2kY7TI5

#galaxy #andromeda #meteor #perseid #nasa #solarsystem #ouruniverse #beyondourworld #opt 1455358004168784258_35528317

#rightmoment #rightplace #repost@optcorp with @repostapp ・・・ Meteor before Galaxy Image Credit & Copyright: Fritz Helmut Hemmerich Explanation: What's that green streak in front of the Andromeda galaxy? A meteor. While photographing the Andromeda galaxy last Friday, near the peak of the Perseid Meteor Shower, a sand-sized rock from deep space crossed right in front of our Milky Way Galaxy's far-distant companion. The small meteor took only a fraction of a second to pass through this 10-degree field. The meteor flared several times while braking violently upon entering Earth's atmosphere. The green color was created, at least in part, by the meteor's gas glowing as it vaporized. Although the exposure was timed to catch a Perseids meteor, the orientation of the imaged streak seems a better match to a meteor from the Southern Delta Aquariids, a meteor shower that peaked a few weeks earlier. APOD: 2016 August 17 - Meteor before Galaxy http://buff.ly/2kY7TI5 #galaxy #andromeda #meteor #perseid #nasa #solarsystem #ouruniverse #beyondourworld #opt

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Check optcorp's Instagram Meteor before Galaxy 
Image Credit & Copyright: Fritz Helmut Hemmerich
Explanation: What's that green streak in front of the Andromeda galaxy? A meteor. While photographing the Andromeda galaxy last Friday, near the peak of the Perseid Meteor Shower, a sand-sized rock from deep space crossed right in front of our Milky Way Galaxy's far-distant companion. The small meteor took only a fraction of a second to pass through this 10-degree field. The meteor flared several times while braking violently upon entering Earth's atmosphere. The green color was created, at least in part, by the meteor's gas glowing as it vaporized. Although the exposure was timed to catch a Perseids meteor, the orientation of the imaged streak seems a better match to a meteor from the Southern Delta Aquariids, a meteor shower that peaked a few weeks earlier.
APOD: 2016 August 17 - Meteor before Galaxy http://buff.ly/2kY7TI5

#galaxy #andromeda #meteor #perseid #nasa #solarsystem #ouruniverse #beyondourworld #opt 1455256467199648397_2952230368

Meteor before Galaxy Image Credit & Copyright: Fritz Helmut Hemmerich Explanation: What's that green streak in front of the Andromeda galaxy? A meteor. While photographing the Andromeda galaxy last Friday, near the peak of the Perseid Meteor Shower, a sand-sized rock from deep space crossed right in front of our Milky Way Galaxy's far-distant companion. The small meteor took only a fraction of a second to pass through this 10-degree field. The meteor flared several times while braking violently upon entering Earth's atmosphere. The green color was created, at least in part, by the meteor's gas glowing as it vaporized. Although the exposure was timed to catch a Perseids meteor, the orientation of the imaged streak seems a better match to a meteor from the Southern Delta Aquariids, a meteor shower that peaked a few weeks earlier. APOD: 2016 August 17 - Meteor before Galaxy http://buff.ly/2kY7TI5 #galaxy #andromeda #meteor #perseid #nasa #solarsystem #ouruniverse #beyondourworld #opt

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Check optcorp's Instagram Perseid, Aurora, and Noctilucent Clouds 
Image Credit & Copyright: Göran Strand
Explanation: Night skies over northern Sweden can hold some tantalizing sights in August. Gazing toward the Big Dipper, this beautiful skyscape captures three of them in a single frame taken last August 12/13. Though receding from northern skies for the season, night shining or noctilucent clouds are hanging just above the horizon. Extreme altitude icy condensations on meteoric dust, they were caught here just below an early apparition of a lovely green auroral band, also shining near the edge of space. The flash of a Perseid meteor near the peak of the annual shower punctuates the scene. In fact, this year's Perseid shower will peak in the coming days, offering a continuing chance for a night sky photographer's hat trick.
APOD: 2016 August 11 - Perseid, Aurora, and Noctilucent Clouds http://buff.ly/2kXRof8

#perseid #aurora #noctilucent #clouds #sweden #northernlights #august #bigdipper #sky #night #space #horizon #meteor #perseid #ouruniverse #solarsystem #opt #apod #nasa 1454585129635971503_2952230368

Perseid, Aurora, and Noctilucent Clouds Image Credit & Copyright: Göran Strand Explanation: Night skies over northern Sweden can hold some tantalizing sights in August. Gazing toward the Big Dipper, this beautiful skyscape captures three of them in a single frame taken last August 12/13. Though receding from northern skies for the season, night shining or noctilucent clouds are hanging just above the horizon. Extreme altitude icy condensations on meteoric dust, they were caught here just below an early apparition of a lovely green auroral band, also shining near the edge of space. The flash of a Perseid meteor near the peak of the annual shower punctuates the scene. In fact, this year's Perseid shower will peak in the coming days, offering a continuing chance for a night sky photographer's hat trick. APOD: 2016 August 11 - Perseid, Aurora, and Noctilucent Clouds http://buff.ly/2kXRof8 #perseid #aurora #noctilucent #clouds #sweden #northernlights #august #bigdipper #sky #night #space #horizon #meteor #perseid #ouruniverse #solarsystem #opt #apod #nasa

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Check chuksonmedia's Instagram #perseid #perseidsmeteorshower as seen from #dzilnchaasian Dzil Nchaa Si An (Big Seated Mountain), sacred place to the #apache #sancarlosapache though it was removed from the boundaries of the reservation many years ago. Know that these sacred places had names and meaning long before Western colonization.  #nativepride #nativeamerican #nativeownedbusiness #landscapephotography 1451988990676681939_4654564889

#perseid #perseidsmeteorshoweras seen from #dzilnchaasianDzil Nchaa Si An (Big Seated Mountain), sacred place to the #apache #sancarlosapachethough it was removed from the boundaries of the reservation many years ago. Know that these sacred places had names and meaning long before Western colonization. #nativepride #nativeamerican #nativeownedbusiness #landscapephotography

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Check tevinmills's Instagram Image shot by @kazim_daniel 
#tbt myself and @mitsullaneous on the rocks at Galera point last year. Not sure if this was the #perseid meteor shower in 2016 or just a night #milkychasing 1451504520084481632_2939303451

Image shot by @kazim_daniel #tbtmyself and @mitsullaneous on the rocks at Galera point last year. Not sure if this was the #perseid meteor shower in 2016 or just a night #milkychasing

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