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Mika Suutari – Photographer of Mystical Nights

Mika Suutari,¬†photographer of mystical nights in Finland. “I am an photographer from Southern Finland. I like pictures with a powerful athmosphere and I intent to have that in my photography. I hope my pictures convey the feeling I get when … Continue reading

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Song of the Day: Telescope by Marcus Warner

This song is by Marcus Warner and appears on the album Liberation (2014). Lyrics: If I could use a telescope Would I see a brighter sky? On darker nights, I cannot cope And the rain makes me lose all hope … Continue reading

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Cosmos – Constellation Clock Speaker by Jay Hyun Kim

COSMOS tells the time with glittering constellations, bringing the nigt sky into your home. Cosmos unites lighting, music, and the night sky into one circular form. It provides full map of the northern hemisphere constellation, or be creative by connecting … Continue reading

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Something in the Nothing

“This new image from the 2.2-metre MPG/ESO telescope focuses on a conspicuously dark, tentacle-like structure in our night sky. This is not a hole, or an empty patch of sky. Rather it is a dust and gas cloud (catalogued as … Continue reading

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M27: The Dumbbell Nebula

The first hint of what will become of our Sun was discovered inadvertently in 1764. At that time, Charles Messier was compiling a list of diffuse objects not to be confused with comets. The 27th object onMessier’s list, now known … Continue reading

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Skyscapes by Alexander Rommel (aka Evergreenarts)

These gorgeous landscapes by German digital artist Alexander Rommel (also known as Evergreenarts) show us a world where the roads reach the sky and clouds hold the stage. His unique style draws inspiration from nature, always with a personal magic … Continue reading

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The Kingdom by Seb Janiak

“Drawing inspiration for his work from a variety of sources over the years such as traditional oriental texts (including the Tibetan Book of the Dead and manuals of Chinese medicine) or the history of Western art, Janiak created strikingly powerful … Continue reading

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Morning glory clouds

“Morning glory clouds are a natural phenomenon spotted every spring in the Gulf of Carpentaria, Australia. The rare clouds occur at altitudes of up to 2 km high, stretch 1,000 km long and move at speeds of about 60 km/h/. … Continue reading

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A Year of Sky on Earth by Ken Murphy

Discover the cosmos!¬†Each day a different image or photograph of our fascinating universe is featured, along with a brief explanation written by a professional astronomer. Each panel shows one day. With 360 movie panels, the sky over (almost) an entire … Continue reading

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Artist of the Day: Lucian Stanculescu

Surely he isn’t a common artist and I decided to show to you some of his peculiar works. Lucian Stanculescu   Andromeda. La Puerta del Cielo   Isis on the Anubis throne   Crescent Moon   Nykthemeron   Nightbringer   … Continue reading

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