Near To Orion Is Enough

So I Will Feature the Eridanus Constellation

Eridanus is a constellation in the southern hemisphere. It is represented as a river. It was one of the 48 constellations listed by the 2nd century astronomer Ptolemy, and it remains one of the 88 modern constellations. It is the sixth largest of the modern constellations. The same name was later taken as a Latin name for the real Po River and also for the name of a minor river in Athens.

Eridanus contains the galaxies NGC 1232, NGC 1234, NGC 1291 and NGC 1300, a grand design barred spiral galaxy.

Just Part Of Orion & I

constellation fascination


The night sky is getting darker earlier in the evening right now so it’s time to see the constellations of the northern hemisphere in good ‘view’.

See other resources for those by viewing further on as I am not looking through a telescope, just looking up and seeing clouds!




Tree in Centaurus non-specified!






This Space Probe

Taken At The Milky Way Drive By 

Realistic take on the solar system subject.

A relief from scary fekking clowns take a lookup above instead for some real inspiration.


Autumn Night Sky


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