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M51, the Whirlpool Galaxy
M27 Dumbell Nebula
Dumbell Nebula from my backyard in Mesa, AZ
Andromeda from the desert of arizona
Full moon in october
International Space Station
The Pleiades from the deserts outside of phoenix
The Pleiades
Blood Moon
Milky Way in the Joshua Tree National Park
Orion Nebula
Andromeda Galaxy
North America Nebula
IC342 - A spiral galaxy hidden behind an arm of the Milky Way
The Elephant's Trunk - An Emission Nebula in Cepheus
The glow of the Iris Nebula
Eclipsing Moon adjoining a spire of the Air Force Memorial
Lunar Eclipse highlighting the USAF Memorial
The Coma Cluster - A slice of a galaxy supercluster
Sunspot AR 2192
A night at Yerkes Observatory
Moon
Bird in front of the Hydrogen Alpha Sun

3rd Annual Air & Space Photo Contest
Andromeda Galaxy

The Andromeda Galaxy or M31 is the closest major spiral galaxy to our Milky Way Galaxy. It can be spotted at naked eyes in dark sites with low light pollution. One of the gems of the night sky.

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San Diego, California, United States of America
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Date Taken: 09.2015
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