I Love Astronomy

The starry stars and their galaxial galaxies 2,203 People

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    Levenhuk Levenhuk
    26-30, F
    Nov 9, 2015

    Has anyone noticed Aldebaran in the Taurus

    constellation spazzing out lately? Even in a hazy sky, it has been flashing really bright and red. (yes, i know its a red giant, and the 14th brightest star in the sky) It just seems unusually flashy. Check it out tonight.
    deleted deleted
    26-30
    1 Response Dec 12, 2013

    Doing Calculations of space distances this may blow your mind and

    Well today as of December 7th,2013 Ive been here all day doing major calculations....Ive been taking the time light travels from the earth to the sun and correlating that to voyager one which is approximately 121 AUs(Astronomical Units)away from us or 11 billion 253 million miles...
    CoolIntellectualJames88 CoolIntellectualJames88
    26-30, M
    2 Responses Dec 7, 2013

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    Levenhuk Levenhuk
    26-30, F
    Nov 2, 2015

    For a couple weeks the 5 major planets will be

    visible. That rarely happens, so make sure to star gaze this week!
    zeroIkaruga zeroIkaruga
    22-25, M
    1 Response Jan 20

    Astro lover! I've always had a huge interest in

    star constellations! I did study Astronomy on my last year for my College Science course and enjoyed learning all about it!I enjoyed learning about the life of the stars with all the different stages...As well as all about the solar system and making night observations with the...
    LittleMilwee LittleMilwee
    22-25, F
    1 Response Jun 29, 2014
    Levenhuk Levenhuk
    26-30, F
    Mar 28

    The Universe Is a Wonderous Place...

    I love astronomy, my family is part of an astronomy club, the LAS, and runs the kids version, Astro Kyds, along with our best family friends. Astronomy is one of the main reasons I love Sci-fi! I also love the Andromeda Galaxy!
    Jennir Jennir
    22-25
    2 Responses Jan 27, 2008

    Other Planets Are So Awsome!

    I love astronomy, but mostly I like other planets.  I have a telescope and like to see all the other colors of other planets.  Its so nice to know there are so many things out there.  I hope to find a much better telescope in the future, I want to be able to see clear details...
    zeroIkaruga zeroIkaruga
    22-25, M
    2 Responses Jan 3, 2012
    LordSathanus LordSathanus
    18-21, M
    Jul 9, 2015

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    babajisharma201 babajisharma201
    31-35, M
    Jul 5, 2015

    I first got into astronomy

    when i was about 10 and i asked for a telescope for christmas, my dad thought it would just be something i'd use a couple of times and then i'd get bored. But it wasn't like that. Now im sixteen with my 3 telescopes (a reflector, refractor and a cassegrain one) and i love it! My...
    LivLovesMarilynM LivLovesMarilynM
    18-21, F
    1 Response Jun 17, 2014

    The galaxy, the universe,

    the wonderful space, so intriguing upon my curiosity. So wonderful, beautiful. How can someone not love astronomy? To discover so much more, to satisfy curiosity. The universe is truly an amazing place. I gaze upon those beautiful stars, or the beautiful moon that reflects the...
    XxFirepawsxX XxFirepawsxX
    13-15, F
    2 Responses Dec 11, 2014

    Levenhuk Strike 900 Pro Refractor

    Reviewhttp://www.theopportuneastronomer.com/equipment/telescopes/levenhuk-strike-900-pro-review/
    Levenhuk Levenhuk
    26-30, F
    Oct 22, 2015
    Levenhuk Levenhuk
    26-30, F
    Feb 24
    Levenhuk Levenhuk
    26-30, F
    Sep 14, 2015

    Someone asked me recently

    why the planet Venus was named as such. I had no idea why it was given that name, but "I don't know" is a shǐtty answer, especially considering I'm an astronomy major and my friends expect me to know this stuff, so I decided to come up with something instead. The name Venus...
    BlueMetalChick BlueMetalChick
    18-21, F
    14 Responses Dec 10, 2015

    Here is a picture of the Moon

    that I took with my Nikon L820.There is nothing more awesome than dragging out a telescope to look at the cosmos. Seeing things like Jupiter and Saturn with your naked eye is mind-boggling. An unexpected meteorite gives me goosebumps. Feel free to share your experience with...
    KeenOldCadavre KeenOldCadavre
    26-30, M
    2 Responses Mar 17, 2014

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    Levenhuk Levenhuk
    26-30, F
    Nov 16, 2015

    Mars: Come over NASA: You're 39.

    9 millions miles away Mars: I'm wet NASA: I'm coming over
    emxly emxly
    18-21, F
    Oct 13, 2015

    There's this awe I feel

    when I think about the stars, but just imagine that there could be someone or something like you, and that you are the universe, in the form of a human. And if you don't find that fascinating, then that's just peanuts in spas.
    weremadefromstars weremadefromstars
    16-17, M
    Sep 16, 2014

    I told my friend how much I love stars

    and she replied by saying that Stars are just balls of gas and that she could fart and make a star and I told her... 'You don't get how much stars can make a difference in ones life, how someone could be going through so much and just one glance at those balls of gas can...
    Chocolate29 Chocolate29
    16-17, F
    2 Responses Oct 8, 2014

    I'm trying to work really hard in school

    so I can get a scholarship to MIT and study the science field I like. I've always dreamed of getting into MIT since I was a kid and working in its astronomical observatory.
    deleted deleted
    26-30
    1 Response Sep 1, 2015
    Levenhuk Levenhuk
    26-30, F
    Sep 11, 2015

    How can anyone not love astronaly

    and the stars and the sky? I could just stare at might sky for hours on end. Everything about it is so beutiful and incredible
    twisterman twisterman
    18-21, M
    2 Responses Jan 4, 2015

    http://microscopegenius.

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    Levenhuk Levenhuk
    26-30, F
    Oct 16, 2015

    The GirlCode episode

    when they talk about astrology is so ignorant it's nauseating
    ToriKilljoy ToriKilljoy
    18-21, F
    3 Responses Apr 3, 2015

    Levenhuk Rainbow 8x25 Lime Binoculars –

    their unforgettable, colorful and a bit cheeky design definitely attracts the interest and attention of onlookers. These mojito-colored binoculars won’t let you get bored! With such a fine instrument that so pleasantly fits in your hand, you will want to explore everything...
    Levenhuk Levenhuk
    26-30, F
    1 Response Mar 9

    Space time, gravity and exoplanets have always

    fascinated me so I hope to study and research them deeper after I've graduated the field.
    emxly emxly
    18-21, F
    9 Responses Sep 23, 2015

    I slept out under the stars

    and watched the recent meteorite shower it is an amazing experience tying you to the universe like a little lost star
    Lnly6328 Lnly6328
    13-15, F
    Aug 18, 2015

    My Favorite Galaxy

    My absolute favorite, is the whirlpool galaxy M51. It`s the little picture you see for this group experience. I`ll write more later. :)
    Cinderelly Cinderelly
    36-40, F
    10 Responses Aug 24, 2007

    And I Mix Photography With Astronomy

    Back at the end of August through the beginning of October I was kind of active taking astronomy photos. And that same crescent Moon with a very faint Jupiter in the upper left corner. My first star trails picture. There is a lot wrong with it but I kept the mistakes in as a...
    CFOM CFOM
    70+, M
    4 Responses Oct 16, 2013

    I could just gaze at the sky forever.

    I wish I knew all the constellations, at least all the major ones. I would spend hours on the roof if I could.
    xSummerofBiohazardx xSummerofBiohazardx
    18-21, F
    4 Responses Mar 30, 2014

    A Blog About a Meteorite

    I wrote a blog about the meteorite I use as my avatar, and WiseOldOwl suggested I mention it here.  It's at: http://ebunbury.blogs.experienceproject.com/ :-)  E. Bunbury
    EBunbury EBunbury
    46-50, M
    4 Responses May 31, 2008

    My main goal in life is to be an astronomer.

    I've always had a fascination with space, and how it works. When I was about 7, I got a telescope for Christmas, is was really cheap but it still kinda worked. I would spend hours just sitting outside, looking at the stars. And when I'd hear about meteor showers I'd stay...
    deleted deleted
    26-30
    3 Responses Sep 7, 2015
    Londoner36 Londoner36
    36-40, M
    1 Response Nov 9, 2015
    Levenhuk Levenhuk
    26-30, F
    Aug 5, 2015

    New Way To Visualize How Earth Moves Around The Sun

    earth does not just turn around the sun... it spirals around the sun while the sun spirals through the galaxy. thinking that the earth simply turns around the sun, surprisingly, is equivalent to thinking the earth is flat!
    Sealotus Sealotus
    31-35, F
    Nov 22, 2012

    Astronomy And Islam

    Let's go to the beginning, to the very beginning. Before the big bang, there was a state of timelessness. Quran 6:101 - "Creator of the heavens and the earth from nothingness..." Throughout the Qur'an, Allah created everything from something, except the universe, which was...
    Bannedforyoursins Bannedforyoursins
    70+, M
    13 Responses Dec 27, 2012

    The Draconid meteor shower will reach its peak

    overnight on Thursday and Friday (Oct. 8 and 9). Weather permitting, skywatchers can see the Draconid meteor shower radiating out from the constellation Draco (the Dragon) near the triangle formed by the stars Deneb, Altair and Vega. NASA estimates that, on average, about 10...
    ExileMyself ExileMyself
    26-30, F
    3 Responses Oct 7, 2015

    Finding An Asterism (or Constellation If You Prefer)

    Last night my Girl Friend, Brenda, asked if I could identify an asterism that looked like a cross that was about overhead in October. I first looked at my planisphere and saw that Cygnus, the Swan, contains an asterism that is a very good cross. In fact, sometimes Cygnus is...
    CFOM CFOM
    70+, M
    1 Response Oct 11, 2012

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    Levenhuk Levenhuk
    26-30, F
    Feb 8

    I've always been interested in astronomy

    and meteorology. Like, the thought that out of the trillions of planets in our universe, at least one of them could be similar to earth and contain an intelligent species like humans has always interested me. And I'm always eager to learn more about solar systems and galaxies...
    LisandroB LisandroB
    13-15, M
    Nov 16, 2015

    "I may be biased, but I think astronomy is the

    most beautiful of all sciences. Sure, other fields of science have lots of eye candy, but all I have to do is pull out a shot of Saturn and I win. Because Saturn." - Phil Plait Saturn does certainly look magnificent with its majestic ice rings but in my opinion, Jupiter is the...
    clowdy clowdy
    18-21, F
    5 Responses Dec 20, 2015

    I have never seen the night sky without light

    pollution. I have heard you can see our galaxy. Before I die I want to be taken to a place so I can see all the stars with my own eyes.By the way, this is a real picture. Thomas O'Brien captured this self-portrait under the Milky Way at Great Basin National Park in Nevada.
    KnockoutGnome KnockoutGnome
    36-40, F
    4 Responses Dec 11, 2015

    I always wanted to be an astronomer.

    I would go to the library and read books on astronomy and cosmology. However, I realized that math prevented me from achieving my dream. So I went with my next option: design and illustration. So one day, while I was at work, I saw a news article about the sun's solar flares and...
    deleted deleted
    26-30
    1 Response Jan 24

    I have always loved to look to the stars

    and think about the planets and what must be beyond our solar system, but it wasn't until I was in fourth grade when I took a serious interest in astronomy. Fourth grade science was just the bare minimum of the most basic sciences, so there was only one chapter in our text book...
    WanderingCuriosities WanderingCuriosities
    18-21, F
    5 Responses Feb 15

    Telescope + Saturn = magical.

    Big nerd and proud ;) but I have to say I'm freezing my *** off!
    deleted deleted
    26-30
    3 Responses May 31, 2014

    It's exciting that the New Horizons spacecraft

    is about to arrive at Pluto. What new mysteries await us?
    apophis2036 apophis2036
    56-60, M
    Jul 10, 2015
    Levenhuk Levenhuk
    26-30, F
    Aug 4, 2015
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