A Jupiter-like rogue planet wandering alone in the dark of space.
There could be 50 billion such rogue planets adrift in the Milky Way, floating freely without a parent star. pic.twitter.com/kM5bFTywaG
My most accomplished photograph ever: a 73-panel, gigapixel panorama of our home galaxy the milky way above the southern volcano on La Palma island (a year before the eruption).
This piece is so dear to me, and it is also my most-valued in my @withFND portfoliopic.twitter.com/NC8B3lJpDd
Star Fall. A roaring Pelverata Falls under the light of the moon with the galactic core of the milky way rising from above. One of those moments where all my planning skills paid off to create a unique image. Snug Tiers Conservation Reserve, #Tasmania#beautyoftasmaniapic.twitter.com/x0DTNhEYdH
WHAT HOLDS THE MILKY WAY’S HEART
NASA featured on Tuesday a panorama of the Milky Way’s galactic center that was revealed to be the home to “intertwined threads of energy up to 20 light-years long.” pic.twitter.com/21PZ2qR9vp