Saturn, by Cherdphong Visarathanonth in Bangkok, Thailand. Taken using an Orion SkyQuest XT8g Computerized GoTo Dobsonian Telescope.

Saturn, by Cherdphong Visarathanonth in Bangkok, Thailand. Taken using an Orion SkyQuest XT8g Computerized GoTo Dobsonian Telescope.

An image of Saturn with my Celestron 127 SLT telescope & Neximage 5 camera. For more great images of the Moon, Jupiter & Saturn please check out my Cargeena 2 Astronomy page at:  https://www.facebook.com/Cargeena2Astronomy

An image of Saturn with my Celestron 127 SLT telescope & Neximage 5 camera. For more great images of the Moon, Jupiter & Saturn please check out my Cargeena 2 Astronomy page at: https://www.facebook.com/Cargeena2Astronomy

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An animation showing a comparison between the confirmation image of supernova in M82 by the team from the Remanzacco Observatory and archive image by a 2-meter telescope FTN - LCOGT from November 22, 2013.  Click on the image for a larger version. Credit: E. Guido, N. Howes, M. Nicolini.

An animation showing a comparison between the confirmation image of supernova in M82 by the team from the Remanzacco Observatory and archive image by a 2-meter telescope FTN - LCOGT from November 22, 2013. Click on the image for a larger version. Credit: E. Guido, N. Howes, M. Nicolini.

Methone: 3-kilometer diameter Smooth Egg Moon of Saturn - Why is this moon shaped like a smooth egg? The robotic Cassini spacecraft completed the first flyby ever of Saturn's small moon Methone in May and discovered that the moon has no obvious craters. Craters, usually caused by impacts, have been seen on every moon, asteroid, and comet nucleus ever imaged in detail -- until now.

Methone: 3-kilometer diameter Smooth Egg Moon of Saturn - Why is this moon shaped like a smooth egg? The robotic Cassini spacecraft completed the first flyby ever of Saturn's small moon Methone in May and discovered that the moon has no obvious craters. Craters, usually caused by impacts, have been seen on every moon, asteroid, and comet nucleus ever imaged in detail -- until now.

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