In this impressive image you can see Comet PanSTARRS, complete with two tails and over the trees, far in the distance, are bright Venus and
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Fading Comet PanSTARRS (C/2011 L4) still hangs above the western horzion. Its perspective from planet Earth continues to reveal the comet’s broad dust tail. This
For those in search of comet PANSTARRS, look to the west after sunset in early and mid-March. This graphic shows the comet’s expected positions in
Two impressive comets Lemmon and PanSTARRS will both reach their peak brightness during the next two weeks! Taking advantage of a rare imaging opportunity, both
A magic moment. Colorful evening twilight, clouds, comet and crescent moon, captured by talented astrophotographer Babak Tafreshi. The scene captures naked-eye Comet PanSTARRS peeking into
Comet PanSTARRS (C/2011 L4), sweeping quickly through southern skies toward the western horizon in this twilight scene. The foreground is Australia’s CSIRO Parkes Radio Telescope,
These are the winning images from thousands of entries, taken by amateur astronomers around the world, of the Royal Observatory Greenwich’s Astronomy Photographer of the
This is a collection from the Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition organized by the Royal Observatory Greenwich. They received over 1,200 entries from professional
Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatory B (STEREO-B) while observing the turbulent outer atmosphere (corona) of the Sun, gathered a novel view of our home planet and