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Adam Block took this image of comet ISON using a SBIG STX16803 CCD Camera with a 32-inch Schulman Telescope Schulman Telescope atop Mount Lemmon from the University of Arizona%u2019s SkyCenter on the morning of Oct. 8.

Halley's Comet by James W. Young, resident astronomer of JPL's Table Mtn Observatory in the San Bernardino Mtns, using the 24-in reflective telescope, 1/13/1986. Streaks caused by the exposure time are stars in Aquarius. Visible in the photo are the coma of gases & about 450,000 mi of the charged ion tail

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|| Comet Hyakutake, March 1996 - probably the best thing I have ever personally seen in the sky, very fond memories of staying up way late as a kid and driving to the middle of nowhere to see this beautiful comet that stretched across half the sky. Sadly I'll never see it again cause its orbit now only approaches Earth once every 70,000 years

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Chris Shur captured this image of Venus from Payson, Ariz. near noon on Jan. 18, 2014. He used an Explore Scientific AR152 refractor (six inch) mounted on the side of the twelve inch, DMK 51AU03.AS camera, and Baader Continuum IR/UV blocker filter, to capture the image.

Comet Lovejoy is reaching optimum viewing for stargazers, and both professional and amature photographers are capturing some amazing shots of the fiery green ball. Astronomer Nick Howes took this photo of Comet Lovejoy on Jan. 8, 2015 at the Siding Spring Observatory in Australia.

Two observers take in the majesty of the universe in this spectacular photo taken by astrophotographer William Praniski from the Chilean town of San Pedro de Atacama on July 27, 2014. It was featured on in September. See more amazing photos from September 2014.

Venus and the Sisters (Apr 6 2012) Image Credit & Copyright: Fred Espenak (Bifrost Astronomical Observatory) After wandering about as far from the Sun on the sky as Venus can get, the brilliant evening star crossed paths with the Pleiades star cluster earlier this week. The beautiful conjunction was enjoyed by skygazers around the world. Taken on April 2, this celestial group photo captures the view from Portal, Arizona, USA (...) #astronomy

Comet Lovejoy is visible near Earth's horizon in the nighttime image taken by NASA astronaut Dan Burbank, Expedition 30 commander onboard the ISS, 22 December, 2011.

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