Like every last Sunday of each month, this is time for me to present you my selection of the best pictures of the NASA’s Astronomy Picture of the Day (APOD)
This month was exceptionally rich in wonderful pictures and it was very difficult to select just ten. I am absolutely amazed at how many splendors can be seen at night.
You will find below my selection. Tomorrow, I will publish an article on the UNEP works on a global and green new deal. Hope you will like them both.
- A Solar Prominence Unfurls
- Irregular Galaxy NGC 55
- Camera Orion
- An Extraordinary Voyage
- Sharpless 171
- In the Center of the Lagoon Nebula
- Moons, Rings, and Unexpected Colors on Saturn
- Great Orion Nebulae
- NGC 602 and Beyond (detail above)
- Massive Stars in Open Cluster Pismis 24
All pictures are perfect wallpaper material. I hope you enjoyed this selection.
Be sure that next month I will propose you another selection of beautiful pictures. So, for this and for much more, don’t hesitate to subscribe !
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