I like astronomy, archaeology, photography, music and drinking a lot of tea.
I hate politics.
Something that annoys me: that I shall not respect the permanence, and to take me by what I'm not.
The best sign: VIRGO.
The worst: the health.
The best: adapt and know how to get ahead.
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Sculpted by stellar winds and radiation, a magnificent interstellar dust cloud by chance has assumed this recognizable shape. Fittingly named the Horsehead Nebula, it is some 1,500 light-years distant, embedded in the vast Orion cloud complex. About five light-years "tall", the dark cloud is cataloged as Barnard 33 and is visible only because its obscuring dust is silhouetted against the glowing red emission nebula IC 434. Stars are forming within the dark cloud. Contrasting blue reflection nebula NGC 2023, surrounding a hot, young star, is at the lower left of the full image. The featured gorgeous color image combines both narrowband and broadband images recorded using several different telescopes.
Object/Date: Cometa C/2018 N2 (ASASSN) @ October 11,2019 05:14 UT Description: Comet C/2018 N2 (ASASSN) on October 11, 2019 near its maximum brightness with magnitude 11 shows a coma of 1.25' angular size with a dust tail 10' lenght. The bright blue star is HD 9298 with magnitude 6.4 into Triangulum constellation. Data and link to image: https://cometografia.es/2018n2-asassn-20191011/
Taken by Bum-Suk Yeom (www.cometsky.com) on December 14, 2019 UTC @ Jangsu, South Korea. Details: 19:37 December 14 UTC (04:37 December 15 KST), Sigma Art 14-24mm F2.8 DG HSM lens (at 14mm) with EOS 5D Mark III camera, Geratin filter (Lee soft #1 filter), ISO 1600, f/2.8, 5 sec x 18.