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Moon & Envisat spotted in the skies above.

Tonight I tried another set of pictures – with the telescope as well as without from the ESA satellite/zombie Envisat. The moon almost didn’t fit into one single shot. Yesterday it was much easier to fetch the moon as less than 50% was lit. And today the former ESA satellite Envisat also came by. Not, […]

First moonshot from closeby

Having tried to take pictures from the moon in the past, I now got a real telescope to try with. And it is really not as easy as I thought. Finding the moon was already quite some work. And when you think you finally got the moon in sight and walk for a few minutes […]

ESA Rosetta cometlander Philae wakes up! Where did she hide on 67P Churyumov Gerasimenko?

On March 2nd, 2004, the ESA Satellite Rosetta was launched. On board, a little comet lander called Philae, from the Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt, meant to land on some comet and investigate it. After a long journey, passing by several planets, and on which both Rosetta and Philae were put in hybernation, […]

Drone Videos : Utrecht, Pripyat and Bárðarbunga

Meanwhile, while spacecrafts and landers take recordings and pictures from remote comets, this is what is achieved locally: Postcards from Pripyat, Chernobyl, by Danny Cooke And something Dutch: The Domtoren in Utrecht in it’s most fantastic looks: DJI Feats: Eruption at the volcano Bárðarbunga in Iceland: How to melt your GoPro: Share: