Just imagine the daily solar and lunar eclipses, horrible light pollution and really messy tides!
|A very raw single image NGC891|
|Just a few more things and it will fly|
|Horizontal Stabilizer done|
|It will look something like this in 2 years|
|Hubble image of IRAS 20324+4057|
This light-year-long knot of interstellar gas and dust resembles a caterpillar on its way to a feast. But the meat of the story is not only what this cosmic caterpillar eats for lunch, but also what's eating it. Harsh winds from extremely bright stars are blasting ultraviolet radiation at this 'wanna-be' star and sculpting the gas and dust into its long shape.
|What a resemblance!|
|Click image to zoom in on humanity (it's a big image)|
|Yes, I'm guilty of the "selfie"|
|I did get a shot of Venus though!|
|Filled my truck|
|Some assembly required|
|It rolls now!|
|Six inch Celestron refractor - come get it!|
|Alex, we're in space!|