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I have an idea on what this #mastodon account should be. I had a few ideas, one of them was that I’ll just create a fun account where I’ll only post stupid content, another idea was to create another #developer microblog where I would share stuff like I do share in my dev recommendations series, then I had idea that maybe it would be good to create my #personal #space, where I’ll just share my own thoughts, but I decided I want to be myself. If I wasnt to post rants about programming, Windows 11 or other stupid tech, I will. If I want to post some achievements from World Of Warcraft, I will. If I want to tell you how depressed I am, I will. The only thing I can tell you is that I’ll do my best to refrain from politics and/or religion. I really want to make this timeline a place where everyone can feel safe. I don’t want to scared and/or upset anyone. SOon I will also update my bio cause I have a better idea for it now, as I spend some time here already

My daughter asked me, "Have we ever seen a star being born?" Here's part of the answer.
Deep within interstellar cloud CB 130-3, a dense knot of gas and dust teeters on the edge of collapse. When it goes, it will become a new star. #Space #astronomy
Interstellar cloud CB 130-3, imaged by the Hubble Space Telescope.

The view from NASA's Artemis mission yesterday is just...words fail me.

HT and the brilliant engineers & scientists who made this happen.

#NASA #Artemis #space
Earth and Moon seen from Artemis 1.

There is a certain beauty in when this happens. The geometry of the mutual event, eclipse, conjunction, whatever you want to call it. It's just... 🤷 😭

NASA/JSC/Artemis 1
NASA/JPL-Caltech/SSI/CICLOPS/Kevin M. Gill

#Space #Science
Artemis 1 viewing the  Moon pass over the Earth
Cassini viewing Rhea in front of Titan
Cassini viewing Enceladus 'set' behind Saturn
Cassini viewing Mimas and the rings casting shadows in front of Saturn

Tohle je strašně cool. Česko má po více než 40 letech dalšího astronauta. Evropská kosmická agentura vybrala pilota Aleše Svobodu jako člena záložního týmu astronautů. #esa #space #ct24 #zpravy

Starting my #Artemis thread. We are go for tanking, according to NASA! #NASA #space

Epic crescent #Neptune and #Triton as seen by #Voyager2

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8.988.249 km - 1989-08-31

If you're wondering where are the two Voyagers now click here:

#Icegiants #Space #NASA

Mars - A large storm over the North Polar Cap

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Hope Mars Mission latest data release
Orbit 142 - 2021-12-03
Altitude: 28.000 km

#Mars #Space #HopeProbe

Hi! I’m a journalist specialising in tech, science & the future. 
I write about #AI #VirtualReality #AugmentedReality #Space #WearableTech #Psychology & more.
My 1st book SCREEN TIME came out in 2021 & is about finding more joy & peace from your tech.
In my spare time I love floating through space in #VR, #ScienceFiction & pottering along the beach & through the forest.
I’m doing #Nanowrimo next month & can’t wait to write more fiction! 
#TwitterMigration #Introduction

What do you call Jupiter in your language? For me this is Giove

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NASA's Juno - PJ 31
SSS South Temperate Belt
Altitude: 58426 km
Time: 2020-12-30

#Jupiter #Perijove31 #Space
©NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI /MSSS/AndreaLuck

“The Outer Space Treaty of 1967 created an obligation under international law to avoid the harmful contamination of outer space, the moon and other celestial bodies…”

Meanwhile, Elon Musk: “oi, I’ve got an idea, why don’t I launch my fucking car into space for shits, giggles, and PR?”

Everyone: “ooh, he’s so smart, he will save us all”

#elonMusk #space #junk

When my stuff gets featured by # I feel like an Astronaut in the endless beauty of space time 😂

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Juno Spacecraft :jupiter_photo:
Perijove (orbit): 41

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Andrea Luck processes photos taken by spacecraft to make them clearer and more spectacular. You can follow at:

➡️ @andrealuck

Luck has a Flickr page at

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Photograph of Mars taken from space, with a polar ice cap visible on the left and a volcano on the upper right of the image. The lower half of the planet is shrouded in darkness.
Photograph of Jupiter taken by a passing spacecraft. It is relatively close and only a fraction of the planet is visible. Clouds swirl in massive storms that resemble paint swirling in water.
Closer picture of Mars taken from a spacecraft. A giant valley is visible near the top of the picture, in dark grey contrasting with the red tint of the rest of the planet.