The Beautiful Cosmos: M106
A beautiful picture of the M106 galaxy, lost in the vastness of space. Messier 106 (also known as NGC 4258) is a spiral...
The Beautiful Cosmos: Jupiter and Io
When talking astronomy pictures, it’s difficult to say which pictures  are ”real” and which ones are...
The Beautiful Cosmos: Aurora Borealis from Space...
My old post with a photo of aurora borealis as seen from the International Space Station (ISS) really is nothing in...
The Beautiful Cosmos: Rhea
The Cassini probe recently caught some new breath taking pictures of Saturn’s second largest moon Rhea, a...
The Beautiful Cosmos: Jupiter
Jupiter has grown to become one of my absolute favourite planets in the last few months. Not sharing Mars’...
The Beautiful Cosmos: Our Moon
The cosmos is fantastic. Such beauty lie in such basic features as the craters of our own gray moon, constantly hanging...
The Beautiful Cosmos: Aurora borealis from space
This is an amazing picture taken by the good folk at the International Space Station (ISS) earlier in February. Moving...
The Beautiful Cosmos: the Carina Nebula
Best. Nebula. Ever. Thanks, Universe Today, and thanks ESO. And yes, science is the poetry of reality. Best. Nebula....
The Beautiful Cosmos: Hitchcock in the stars
Through Universe Today I saw this amazing picture of the NGC 3324 nebula, which amazingly resembles late director...