Wingspan Optics WingCatcher HD 8X42 Professional Binoculars for Bird Watching. HD Color True Clarity and Brightness Close Up or Far Away. Extra Wide Field of View. Close Focus. Waterproof. Fog Proof.

The Wingspan Optics WingCatcher HD 8X42 Bird Watching Binoculars for Adults. Just When You Believed Bird Watching Couldn’t Get Any Better… Introducing the Wingspan Optics WingCatcher 8×42 HD Professional Birding Binoculars. What’s The Secret? The Wingspan Optics WingCatcher binocular allows you to seamlessly recognize every color on a small bird at 2 meters away then shift your focus and immediately … Read More

Polaris Optics WingSpotter HD 8X32 Compact Bird Watching Binoculars. With Extra-Wide Field of View. Phase Correction Provides Vibrant Color, Clarity, and Brightness Close Up and Far Away. Waterproof

Upgrade to a Bird Watching Experience You Only Dream Of, But at a Price You Can Afford. Had Enough of Overpaying for an unimpressive experience? These ultra HD 8×32 Compact Bird Watching travel Binoculars for adults deliver impeccable color clarity, contrast, resolution AND high powered durability. PLUS Advanced Fully Multi-Coated Phase Correction Optics with Revolutionary Color Technology that makes you … Read More

‘Only’ 11.5 Million Miles Away (NASA, Hartley 2, Comet, 10/17/10)

MSFC astronomer Bill Cooke took this five-minute exposure of Comet Hartley 2 late on the night of Saturday, Oct. 16, 2010, using a 10" telescope in New Mexico. The comet, which has now reached naked eye visibility, was just under 11.5 million miles from Earth and sporting a coma over a degree across — twice the size of the full … Read More

SN 1996cr in Circinus: Powerful Nearby Supernova Caught by Web (A supernova in Circinus galaxy about 12 million light years away.)

Description: This composite image shows the central regions of the nearby Circinus galaxy, located about 12 million light years away. Data from NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory is shown in blue and data from the Hubble Space telescope is shown in yellow ("I-band"), red (hydrogen emission), cyan ("V-band") and light blue (oxygen emission). The blue source near the lower right hand … Read More