Astronomy Pictures



Send Us Your Astronomy Pictures

While many amateur astronomers primarily get pleasure from just gazing at the wonders of our universe, others prefer to take amazing photos of what they observe through their telescopes.

Of course it's possible to use traditional or digital cameras to obtain outstanding pictures, although to get more finely detailed images a CCD camera is probably required.

Regardless of the type of camera you use we would like to hear from you and see the results you have been able to achieve.

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Close-up View of 'Snowman' Craters Not rated yet
A set of three craters, nicknamed "Snowman," are seen in this image of the northern hemisphere of Vesta. This image was obtained by the framing camera …

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