Breathtaking Entries From The UK Astronomy Photographer Of The Year 2018

The competition is run by Royal Observatory Greenwich sponsored by Insight Investment and in association with BBC Sky at Night Magazine. This year astrophotographers from 91 countries sent in more than 4,200 spectacular entries.


Rigel and the Witch Head Nebula, taken by Mario Cogo from Namibia. (Photo by Mario Cogo/Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2018)


Aurora Borealis above the fjord at Haukland in the gorgeous Lofoten archipelago, Northern Norway. (Photo by Mikkel Beiter/Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2018)


A glorious Milky Way looms over a thunderstorm that lights up the Florida sky. (Photo by Xiao’s Photo/Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2018)


Earth’s only natural satellite is situated above the horizon of our planet so it is visible during daytime and the waxing gibbous phase can clearly be seen in the sky. (Photo by Helen Schofield/Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2018)


The International Space Station (ISS) was captured between two massive sunspots – taken from Madrid. (Photo by Dani Caxete/Fernández Méndez/Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2018)


A phenomenal image depicting the incredible colours and details of the surface of the Moon. (Photo by Nicolas Lefaudeux/Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2018)


During a solar eclipse, the brightness of the solar corona hides the details of the moon. (Photo by Peter Ward/Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2018)


A remarkable display of the Northern Lights reflecting shades of green and yellow on the snow. Squeezed into a tiny cave on Lake Torneträsk, in Swedish Lapland, in minus 26 degrees. (Photo by Arild Heitmann/Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2018)


This panoramic image, composed out of eight photos, depicts the Milky Way emerging over the rocky Dolomites in Tre Crime. (Photo by Carlos F. Turienzo/Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2018)


The Black Church at Búðir in Iceland beneath the stripes of the Aurora Borealis and the bright stars in the night sky. (Photo by Mikkel Beiter/Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2018)


Exploring the remarkable underbelly of the Breiðamerkurjökull glacial tongue in Iceland. (Photo by Dave Brosha/Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2018)


The magical Aurora Borealis explodes from the clouds and looms over the mountains in Stokknes on the south coast of Iceland. (Photo by Jingyi Zhang/Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2018)


The Milky Way stretches across the night sky between four columns in the ancient Atashkooh Fire Temple near Mahllat city in Iran. (Photo by M. Ghadiri/Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2018)


On a family trip to Cornwall after visiting Kynance Cove, on the Lizard Peninsula, the beautiful landscape seemed to be the ideal place for the photographer to capture the glimmering stars and the striking colours of the Milky Way illuminating the beautiful rocky coastline. (Photo by Ainsley Bennett/Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2018)


The Eagle Nebula, also known as Messier 16, is a young open cluster of stars, surrounded by hot hydrogen gas in the constellation Serpens and lies at a distance of 7,000 light years from Earth. (Photo by Marcel Drechsler/Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2018)


Taken during a summer night in Mingantu in Inner Mongolia, star trails are sweeping over the colourful and extraordinary sacred altars, called Ovoo. (Photo by Qiqige Zhao/Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2018)


The Orion Nebula is an emission nebula about 1500 light years away in the constellation Orion. (Photo by Bernard Miller/Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2018)


Taken from Tivoli Southern Sky Guest Farm in Namibia, the great Horsehead nebula is overlooking the striking and often overlooked Nebula NGC 2023. (Photo by Kfir Simon/Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2018)


The Andromeda Galaxy – with its vast dust lanes, bright star clusters in its arms and emblematic galaxy shape. (Photo by Péter Feltóti/Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2018)


The sunspot AR2665, one of the most active regions in 2017, captured by Poland’s Lukasz Sujka. (Photo by Lukasz Sujka/Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2018)


Michael Zav’yalov of Russia captured the Northern Lights from the city of Yaroslavl in Russia to the coast of the Barents Sea in the Arctic Circle. (Photo by Michael Zav’yalov/Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2018)


American photographer Brandon Yoshizawa framed the Milky Way inside a sea cave, 25 miles away from the heart of downtown Los Angeles. (Photo by Brandon Yoshizawa/Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2018)


The splendour of our galaxy in Badlands National Park, in South Dakota by Jingpeng Liu. (Photo by Jingpeng Liu/Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2018/Jingpeng Photo)


The Milky Way rises over some of the oldest trees on Earth in the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest, California, shot by the UK’s Jez Hughes. (Photo by Jez Hughes/Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2018)


The Milky Way rises above an isolated lighthouse in Tasmania. Shot by James Stone of Australia. (Photo by James Stone/Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2018)


Miguel Angel García Borrella and Lluis Romero Ventura both shot Orion Sword from hundreds of kilometres away from each other to achieve this stunning image. It is a diffuse nebula situated in the Milky Way, south of Orion’s Belt in the constellation of Orion. (Photo by Miguel Angel García Borrella and Lluis Romero Ventura/Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2018/Astrosirius.org)


A spectacular reflection nebulae in the Corona Australis constellation. The vivid blue is produced by the light of hot stars, reflected by silica-based cosmic dust. (Photo by Ark Hanson/Warren Keller/Steve Mazlin/Rex Parker/Tommy Tse/David Plesko/Pete Proulx/Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2018)


Irish photographer Olly Penrice captured Camelopardalis, also known as the Hidden Galaxy, one of the largest Galaxies visible from the Northern Hemisphere. It is obscured by foreground stars and dust, as it lies in the Milky Way plane. (Photo by Tom O’Donoghue and Olly Penrice/Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2018)


Milky Way stretches across the night sky reflecting on the Cable Bay near Nelson, New Zealand. (Photo by Mark Gee/Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2018)


A weathered juniper tree in Montana’s northern Rocky Mountains is filled with arced star trails and in the centre sits Polaris, the brightest star in the constellation of Ursa Minor. (Photo by Jake Mosher/Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2018)

SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2018/07/breathtaking-entries-from-the-uk-astronomy-photographer-of-the-year-2018/

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【動画】 とんでもない煽り運転の軽自動車を目撃して大爆笑のドラレコ動画が話題に

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幻の4車線。



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【動画】 ほんこんのクルーズ船の指摘が正論だと反響「日本に来た時は普通に中で遊びまくってただろ!」

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全部日本政府のせいにするとは。



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【動画】 橋本環奈、大胆に透けたオトナ衣装にファン歓喜ww 「美しい」「控えめに言って大天使・・」

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女優・橋本環奈のマネージャーが20日に公式インスタグラムを更新。やや透けた透明感のあるショットを投稿し、ファンから反響を呼んでいる・・



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【動画】 コロナで自宅隔離された中国人、2階の窓から飼い犬を吊るして散歩させる様子が激撮され衝撃走る

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中国・黒竜江省チチハル市のあるアパートで、今月16日に撮影されたとみられる動画が人々を驚かせた・・



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「某携帯会社は大学生使ってマルチ商法やめろ!」「友情を盾に営業させるな!」が話題に

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続けてると友達なくすよ。



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おばあちゃん(95)が愛用のゲームボーイが故障、任天堂に手紙を書いたら・・ まさかの神対応に感動の声あふれる

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神対応ならぬ紙対応。




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SOURCE: http://blog.livedoor.jp/gunbird/archives/10192886.html

不安で胸が張り裂けそうなあなたへ。過度に心配していることの多くは現実にならない(米研究)

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 不安で胸が張り裂けそうになる。悪い方にばかり考えてしまい心配で夜も眠れない。誰だって多少の心配事はある。適度な心配ならば正常だ。

 だが、それがあまりにも過ぎた場合には、身体症状や精神症状が現れるようになり、不安が悪循環していく。

 現在、連日報道される感染症関連のニュースに翻弄され、不安で夜も眠れない人も多いと思う。それは楽観視して良い問題ではないが、過剰な心配で心の健康を崩してしまっては元も子もない。そんな悩みを抱えた人たちが少しだけでも気が休まるよう、この研究結果を再送したいと思う。

 心配事にはざっくり2種類ある。ひとつは自分が実際に取り組める現実的な事柄だ。もうひとつは、過剰なまでに肥大してしまった妄想による懸念だ。懸念の場合、その多くが現実には起こらないという。 
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高須克弥氏、西原理恵子氏が当初から「米国インフルを新型コロナでは」と指摘していた

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高須クリニックの高須克弥院長が22日、ツイッターに投稿。事実婚状態にある漫画家の西原理恵子氏が、米国で流行しているとされるインフルエンザについて、新型コロナウイルスではないのかと早くから指摘していたことを明かした・・


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ゆきぽよの黒歴史ww 子どもの頃の芸名に視聴者衝撃

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タレントのゆきぽよ(23歳)が、2月21日に放送されたバラエティ番組「快傑えみちゃんねる」(関西テレビ系)に出演。忘れ去りたい過去について明かした・・



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頭足類ラヴ!タコやイカの美しすぎる画像と動画

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 あまりにユニークな見た目のせいか、海外では悪魔やモンスターのみならず地球外生命体のモデルにされたこともあるイカやタコ。

 だが実際に海で暮らす頭足類は、とても優雅で美しく、時には見とれてしまうほどクールでお茶目で魅力的だ。

 そんな彼らのとりこになった水中写真家のローレンス・シェーレさんがオーストラリアの海で撮ったイカやタコなどの写真がインスタで話題を呼んでいる。

 体色を虹色に変えるイカや大あわてで砂に潜るタコなど、水中でしかみられない彼らの日常を覗いてみよう。 続きを読む

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