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Todays APOD

Andys_Astropix
28 May, 2019 06:20
Just though I'd share this with you nice people smile
https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap190528.html

When you consider that NASA draws images from 60 years of space missions, the Hubble and the world's leading observatories, it's a little humbling to have an image taken in my backyard - briefly hitting the world stage - darn cool though smile
kajouman
28 May, 2019 08:32
congrats..very nice to have some on apod.
Vittorio
28 May, 2019 09:05
Great image. Congratulations
Jean-Baptiste_Paris
28 May, 2019 10:37
Stunning image ! Congratulations Andy !! smile
Jb
Magellen
28 May, 2019 11:02
I congratulate too to an awsome image and a great award.
carastro
28 May, 2019 13:25
Wow, great image.  Congratulations.

Carole
Godiex
28 May, 2019 13:42
Congrats Andy! That collimation did the trick smile
Fluorine7
28 May, 2019 16:06
Congratulations, Andy!!! Wonderful Image~!

Fluorine Z.
GerminianiMaicon
28 May, 2019 20:58
Stunning! Hugs Andy. Maicon Germiniani
rarahaha2
29 May, 2019 04:35
Congrats!
But in my opinion, the quality of recent APODs is much lower than before… Look at the APOD of May 21st, I can't believe that such an image full of chromatic aberrations and trailing stars can chosen as APOD…
It isn't you, your image is absolutely stunning and worth an APOD!
Andys_Astropix
29 May, 2019 04:40
Hey John, Vittorio, Jean-Baptiste, Fritz, Carastro, Diego, Flourine, Malcon & Liu, thanks for all your kind words & support - nice that the Nasa guys choose images from us amateurs occasionally, clear skies all  smile
 
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