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The lunar galaxy

Entire galaxies feel the heat from newborn stars: Bursts of star birth can curtail future galaxy growth

Galaxies

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Photo: Resembling the puffs of smoke and sparks from a summer fireworks display in this image from NASA ESA Hubble Space Telescope, these delicate filaments are actually sheets of debris from a stellar explosion in a neighboring galaxy.

Taking pictures of deep space is hard, that is unless you happen to have a very sophisticated telescopic remote operated camera mounted on a spacecraft hurling through the outer reaches of the galaxy like the Hubble Telescope. Then it's pretty much just point and shoot. Even so, it makes for some of the best science photography of the year. By the way, the light shape in the lower left corner is the shell of a newly formed star. How cool is that?!?

Fighting Dragons of Ara (NGC 6188 & Michael Sidonio (Australia)

Nueva imagen de los cúmulos estelares NGC 3603 y NGC 3576 en la Vía Láctea (ESO) (08/2014)

The European Southern Observatory's La Silla Observatory in Chile snapped the star cluster NGC 3603 and NGC 3576 nebula lighting up the southern Milky Way.

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Fondos de pantalla animados

Galaxy Color Board

galaxies, can we really recreate nature with our art? Hint this is nature.

NASA reports strongest solar flares of the year! See video #NASA #astronomy #solarflare

Hyperactive Sun Fires Off 3 Major Solar Flares in 1 Day

Andromeda Galaxy

School - In my later school life, I would like to study space, I dont know what class space would be but anything to do with it would be cool. I like space because it is very big and has a lot of mysteries to it.

Dreamy Cosmos

Dreamy Cosmos

M82- detail. 82 (NGC 3034) The Exploding Galaxy in Ursa Major The cigar galaxy

The Cigar Galaxy, also known as Messier 82 or NGC is a starburst galaxy in the constellation Ursa Major.

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" I'v only shot the milky way twice any tips would help! Thanks" For best view is on black Milky Way at Mt Hood,Oregon photo by Gary Meyers photography Take nothing but photos , leave nothing but footprints !

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Hubble spots the remains of a star gone supernova. The thin, blood-red shells are actually the remnants from when an unstable progenitor star exploded violently as a supernova around 600 years ago.

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