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Supernatural "Reichenbach" This scene was a cold dagger through my heart! I felt like the snowman on Frozen, Oh look at that, I've been impaled! My heart?

Two interacting galaxies (UGC 1810 on top and UGC 1813 below) that are together known as Arp 273, were captured by the Hubble Space Telescope. Credit: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA)    . Google+

Two interacting galaxies (UGC 1810 on top and UGC 1813 below) that are together known as Arp 273, were captured by the Hubble Space Telescope. Credit: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA) . Google+

This planetary nebula, Mz3, is being cast off by a star similar to our Sun. The 1000-kilometer per second speed of the expelled gas, the light-year long length of the structure, and the magnetism of the star visible at the nebula's center, all imply Mz3 is hiding a second, dimmer star that orbits close in to the bright star. A competing hypothesis holds that the central star's own spin and magnetic field are channeling the gas. (ESA, NASA's Hubble, JPL-CalTech)

This planetary nebula, Mz3, is being cast off by a star similar to our Sun. The 1000-kilometer per second speed of the expelled gas, the light-year long length of the structure, and the magnetism of the star visible at the nebula's center, all imply Mz3 is hiding a second, dimmer star that orbits close in to the bright star. A competing hypothesis holds that the central star's own spin and magnetic field are channeling the gas. (ESA, NASA's Hubble, JPL-CalTech)

This planetary nebula, Mz3, is being cast off by a star similar to our Sun. The 1000-kilometer per second speed of the expelled gas, the light-year long length of the structure, and the magnetism of the star visible at the nebula's center, all imply Mz3 is hiding a second, dimmer star that orbits close in to the bright star. A competing hypothesis holds that the central star's own spin and magnetic field are channeling the gas. (ESA, NASA's Hubble, JPL-CalTech)

This planetary nebula, Mz3, is being cast off by a star similar to our Sun. The 1000-kilometer per second speed of the expelled gas, the light-year long length of the structure, and the magnetism of the star visible at the nebula's center, all imply Mz3 is hiding a second, dimmer star that orbits close in to the bright star. A competing hypothesis holds that the central star's own spin and magnetic field are channeling the gas. (ESA, NASA's Hubble, JPL-CalTech)

♥ APOD: NGC 7635: The Bubble Nebula (2011 Oct 11)  -  Image Credit & Copyright: Larry Van Vleet

♥ APOD: NGC 7635: The Bubble Nebula (2011 Oct 11) - Image Credit & Copyright: Larry Van Vleet

In a world where everyone is over exposed, the coolest thing you can do is remain a mystery.