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Un eclipse de Sol y varios de Luna, diversas lluvias de estrellas o conjunciones planetarias son algunos de los eventos del calendario astronómico 2017.

Calendario astronómico 2017 con los eventos más destacados

Despite the Perseid meteor shower being more visible in the northern hemisphere, due to the path of Comet Swift-Tuttle's orbit, the shower was also spotted from the exceptionally dark skies over ESO's Paranal Observatory in Chile.

Spent hours watching nature's fireworks. Here's my results with stacked multiple long exposures. #perseids

Here's my results with stacked multiple long exposures.

New evidence that all stars are born in pairs

A rare "strobe light" star system discovered by the Hubble Space Telescope actually appears to be a pair of baby stars circling each other closely and flashing, scientists say.

Mercury, Venus, and Saturn align with the Pyramids of Giza for the first time in 2,737 years on December 3, 2012

“Pyramid of Giza (Egypt) - years old. Planetary alignment that will take place Dec 2012 is dead-on alignment with the Pyramids at Giza. Night Sky in Giza, Egypt on December local time … one hour before sunrise compared with the Pyramids at Giza.

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'Planet Aurora' image from the #NASA_App

A photo from Earth Polychromatic Imaging Camera (EPIC).

Antares and Clouds Image Credit & Copyright: Ivan Eder Explanation: Antares is a huge star. In a class called red supergiant, Antares is about 850 times the diameter of our own Sun, 15 times more massive, and times brighter.

laser points at the Galactic Center of the Milky Way

Shot Through the Heart (Credit: ESO/Yuri Beletsky) . the laser points at the Galactic Center of the Milky Way

Super moon rising behind the Eiffel Tower.

Super moon and the Eiffel Tower (May 2012 - full perigee - its closest point to the Earth) space

Venus: A Glowing Jewel in the Sunset Sky

Venus: A Glowing Jewel in the Sunset Sky

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Gorgeous glacial flows near Straits of Magellan. I was there in Picture: Astronaut Reid Wiseman

The Best Meteor Shower of the Year Is Tonight, and Here’s How to Watch it - 12 August 2015

The Best Meteor Shower of the Year Is Tonight, and Here’s How to Watch it

On October the Draconid meteor shower will explode from the mouth of northern constellation Draco the Dragon. It’s an annual meteor…

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