You Won't Believe This is a Solar Eclipse - TechEBlog--"Yes, the photo above is actually of a solar eclipse, an annular solar eclipse to be exact, and not a computer-rendered scene. To capture this stunning image, photography "nethskie" used a high magnification long focus lens (70-200 mm for a 35 mm camera)."
Nebula N159 spans over 150 light-years and is located in the neighboring Large Magellanic Cloud galaxy, about 170,000 light years away. Visible in the above picture are bright newborn stars, dark filaments of dust, and red-glowing hydrogen gas. Torrential stellar winds from hot, newborn, massive stars within the nebula sculpt ridges, arcs, and filaments in the vast cloud, which is over 150 light-years across.
Hubble’s High-Definition Panoramic View of the Andromeda Galaxy
Mom, Dad you are my night sky that I want to hug. I wish I could. My heart is so sad and lonely. Tomorrow is Dad's seven months, Mom. I still cannot get it through to my head that you are both gone from my life. It makes no sense the way you both left. Oh god, I miss you, xox ~~~