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We’re looking for images you’ve taken of your sky—whether those images are of galaxies captured through a telescope or perhaps pictures of an incredible night sky, an eclipse, a star party, or a rocket launch. We can’t guarantee that we’ll publish every image and story—but we will look at each and every one and will showcase as many as possible here on our website and a few might make it to our magazine, The Planetary Report. We look forward to seeing your Sky.

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MY SKY Images from Our Members

Juniper Under the Stars

My favorite Juniper under my favorite galaxy (our own!) in Sedona, Arizona.

Saturn from iPhone (handheld)

My best attempt at imaging Saturn to date!

Mars, as seen from Pakistan

A look at Mars, from Lahore, Pakistan, as it approaches opposition on 22nd May.

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MY STORY Stories From Our Members

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by King Roman

August 20, 2019

My fascination with Space began on a Trinity Academy school trip to Calton Hill Observatory Edinburgh, where I first viewed the Moon and the night sky through a telescope. I have done around 50 short university courses, including Astronomy, and Moons. I plan to produce a sci-fi movie based on my novelette Moon Shock. I bought land on the Moon from the Lunar Embassy, and I have created micronations Moon Kingdom of Alba on Copernicus and Moon Kingdom of Kath on Manillius. My flying saucer, called Moonship Phoenix, requires further research and development. I joined the Society July 23, 2019. ... more »

Just an ordinary Tech.

by Mike Briggs

August 20, 2019

As a boy living between 3 Heavy Bomber Bases I found some early Radio parts & mags belonging to my dead in the war Uncle. They did work - just - so when the war was over I found low cost modern battery valves and made a radio in a cigar box. My friends thaught WOW and I ended up making 8 of them,(at a tiny profit - a 2 valve one for myself!). Then a rich - older - friend built a TV out of war surplus radar bits - wow I was hooked.

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Spaceport 2019 (Project Blackbird)

by Paul Kaup

July 15, 2019

STEM+C Inc. creates bold, innovative challenges to capture our nation’s younger generation’s attention and spirit. STEM+C Inc. is bringing 6 teams of students, from across America, together for the ultimate STEM experience “Project Blackbird”. Each team will design, and build, a remotely controlled aircraft (UAV, unmanned aerial vehicle) that is capable of being towed up by a weather balloon to an altitude of 100,000ft. Upon reaching 100,000ft the UAV needs to be released from the weather balloon and flown back to Spaceport America. Each team is given 12 months’ worth of development time. During this time, the students need to ... more »

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