AND NOW WHAT YOU’VE ALL BEEN WAITING FOR…….this is part 2 of Andromeda And Lyra Constellations Nebulae Stars And Planets.

Author: Bruce Swartz Astronomer

Hello I am studying Astro Physics, Astronomy and the stars. Planets, Celestial bodies like Asteroids and Comets. Deep sky (Messier Objects) I have a unique technique in editing and capturing planets both far and near. My name is Bruce Swartz. I am An Amateur Astronomer...Welcome.

12 thoughts on “AND NOW WHAT YOU’VE ALL BEEN WAITING FOR…….this is part 2 of Andromeda And Lyra Constellations Nebulae Stars And Planets.”

  1. Please take the time to visit Wikipedia to see the photo of Andromeda Constellation and the giant blue snowball nebula. Compare please do. NASA does NOT know how far away this object is.

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  2. Yes we look at the photo of Andromeda and many will say it’s just more stars. Well they are very unique. Each star in every constellation has their own characteristics. Some stars are hundreds of times bigger the our sun and yet they are much cooler in temperature. AT times their atmosphere’s are scorching hot like our Sun has a surface only 10 000 degrees farenheit and the corona is melting everything that enters it.. Except that spacecraft I caught. chuckles…lol Andromeda is very far away and even HUBBLE telescope has not given us anything to be astonished by. Seeing the telescope is the size of TWO BUILDINGS loll I believe the picture on Wikipedia of the blue snowball nebula was taken by a telescope with an aperture focal length of 16 to 20 cm. I have a 4 inch celestron telescope. More chuckles…

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  3. NOTE: really funny. Some of the stars that I have and we see in this photo. Are not even categorized. They are on Wikipedia and were given names but hehehe nothing is written about them. This is why I think it is important to document these stars. Changes are being noticed already in only one year of research. Very happy.

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    1. Thanks man and Auriga I thought it was you that mentioned that name or constellation and here at the top I have one star from Auriga I think. How cool is that loll. Thanks so much for the ongoing support and all the feedback nd info bro. The contributions too I cannot thank you enough. I will make it up to you all.

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    1. THANKS REGIS!! hehehe That is what I like about you brother. I can say something and it can be totally out of the box and you never say I am nuts. We both know what I say as a theory could be wrong ofcourse but none the less we ponder other possibilities. Look at things in ways that we have not before in our means of finding the truth. Thanks for that Regis.

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