Photographing the night sky is challenging and also very rewarding. Doing it well takes patience and skill. In this collection I’ve searched for some outstanding starry night images for you. Let the star gazing begin! A Legend of Starry Night by Shawn Yang on 500px Home on the Range by Ben Canales on 500px Starry …

Photographing the night sky is challenging and also very rewarding. Doing it well takes patience and skill. In this collection I’ve searched for some outstanding starry night images for you. Let the star gazing begin! A Legend of Starry Night by Shawn Yang on 500px Home on the Range by Ben Canales on 500px Starry …

Beautiful view of a streaking meteor and the Orion constellation above Lake Bumbunga, AustraliaImage copyright: Silveryway on Flickr.

Beautiful view of a streaking meteor and the Orion constellation above Lake Bumbunga, AustraliaImage copyright: Silveryway on Flickr.

A galaxy is made up of billions of stars, planets and moons. There are milions of galaxies in our universe!

A galaxy is made up of billions of stars, planets and moons. There are milions of galaxies in our universe!

Astrophotographers Rush to Capture Images of New Supernova 2014J. The new supernova in M82 captured by the 32-inch Schulman Telescope (RCOS) at the Mount Lemmon Sky Center in Arizona on January 23, 2014. Credit and copyright: Adam Block/Mount Lemmon SkyCenter/University of Arizona.

Astrophotographers Rush to Capture Images of New Supernova 2014J. The new supernova in M82 captured by the 32-inch Schulman Telescope (RCOS) at the Mount Lemmon Sky Center in Arizona on January 23, 2014. Credit and copyright: Adam Block/Mount Lemmon SkyCenter/University of Arizona.

Black Hole Wind. A composite x-ray/optical image of the active NGC 1068 galaxy reveals an enormous plume of hot gas emanating from the supermassive black hole at the galaxy's center. Scientists think the shape and speed of the plume, which moves at about 1 million miles an hour, are caused by the funneling effect of a doughnut-shaped ring of cooler gas and dust that surrounds the black hole.

Black Hole Wind. A composite x-ray/optical image of the active NGC 1068 galaxy reveals an enormous plume of hot gas emanating from the supermassive black hole at the galaxy's center. Scientists think the shape and speed of the plume, which moves at about 1 million miles an hour, are caused by the funneling effect of a doughnut-shaped ring of cooler gas and dust that surrounds the black hole.

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