I found excellent bonus material this past fortnight, in addition to what I normally compile from NASA’s Astronomy Picture of the Day:

Here’s a B&W video of a solar flare triggering a solar eruption, and here are the Top 5 space spirals, including a “recurrent nova” which extinguishes itself every 20 years before starting over.

These are two videos from the Martian surface:  an eerie blue sunset and a lunar (Phobos) eclipse.

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