Photo credit: Chris Thomas

No, the image above isn’t a Photoshop job or CG, but rather a real airplane flying in front of the moon, captured “using an exposure time of 1/250th of a second.” Click here to see twelve more beautiful astronomy pictures.

[via DviceNASA]

Photo Atlantis over Rhodes by Tamas LadanyiPhoto Black Holes in Merging GalaxiesPhoto The Red Rectangle Nebula from HubblePhoto Hydrogen in M51Photo The Crown of the Sun by Alain Maury, Jean-Luc DauvergnePhoto Sunset from the International Space StationPhoto Hole in the SunPhoto Clouds, Birds, Moon, Venus by Isaac Gutierrez PascualPhoto The Veil Nebula by Martin PughPhoto Equinox and the Iron SunPhoto The Dancing Auroras of SaturnPhoto Venus' South Polar Vortex

Photo credit: Chris Thomas

No, the image above isn’t a Photoshop job or CG, but rather a real airplane flying in front of the moon, captured “using an exposure time of 1/250th of a second.” Click here to see twelve more beautiful astronomy pictures.

[via DviceNASA]

Photo Atlantis over Rhodes by Tamas LadanyiPhoto Black Holes in Merging GalaxiesPhoto The Red Rectangle Nebula from HubblePhoto Hydrogen in M51Photo The Crown of the Sun by Alain Maury, Jean-Luc DauvergnePhoto Sunset from the International Space StationPhoto Hole in the SunPhoto Clouds, Birds, Moon, Venus by Isaac Gutierrez PascualPhoto The Veil Nebula by Martin PughPhoto Equinox and the Iron SunPhoto The Dancing Auroras of SaturnPhoto Venus' South Polar Vortex