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Spiral Galaxy Centaurus Cluster

In the cosmos there are regions where stars range in thousand light-year lines. Elsewhere, rings of stars can be found, along with galaxies stretching in

APOD: Horsehead: A Wider View (2018 Composition and Processing: Robert Gendler  Image Data: ESO, VISTA, HLA, Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA). Combined image data from the , massive, ground-based VISTA telescope and the Hubble Space Telescope was used to create this wide perspectives of the interstellar landscape surrounding the famous Horsehead Nebula, Also known as Barnard 33, the still recognizable Horsehead Nebula stands at the upper right,

APOD: Horsehead: A Wider View (2018 Composition and Processing: Robert Gendler Image Data: ESO, VISTA, HLA, Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA). Combined image data from the , massive, ground-based VISTA telescope and the Hubble Space Telescope was used to create this wide perspectives of the interstellar landscape surrounding the famous Horsehead Nebula, Also known as Barnard 33, the still recognizable Horsehead Nebula stands at the upper right,

Pismis 24 - Double Star

The light that broke up the early universe's gas and made intergalactic space transparent probably came from binary star systems

Hubble Telescope

This full-size Hubble image shows galaxy cluster SDSS with three rare phenomena marked. The blue circles show a unique five time gravitationally lensed quasar. This image is the first-ever picture of such an object.

Vue panoramique de la Tarentule

Voyage aux confins de la nébuleuse de la Tarentule

This is a Hubble Space Telescope image of a pair of star clusters that are believed to be in the early stages of colliding. The clusters lie in the gigantic 30 Doradus Nebula, which is light-years from Earth.

The magnificent starburst galaxy Messier 82 [9500 x 7400] http://ift.tt/2oekIiy

The magnificent starburst galaxy Messier 82 [9500 x 7400] http://ift.tt/2oekIiy

ESO550 shows a pair of spiral galaxies, the larger nearly face-on and accompanied by a smaller, highly tilted partner. Tidal interaction from the smaller companion has clearly deformed one arm of the larger galaxy. Strong star formation continues both in the deformed arm and in a ring structure around the galaxy's core. The pair is surrounded by the glow of faintly shining stars and interstellar matter that has been smeared through space by the gravitational effects of the collision and the…

ESO ESO is a pair of galaxies located about 400 million light years away towards the constellation Eridanus. The two galaxies are both spiral galaxies, though the larger is clearly.

1,972 отметок «Нравится», 37 комментариев — Space  (@seeking.space) в Instagram: «-STAR FORMING- Region s106 Massive star IRS 4 is beginning to spread its wings. Born only about…»

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The galaxy NGC 3115 is shown here in a composite image of data from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory and the European Southern Observatory's Very Large Telescope (VLT). Using the Chandra image, the flow of hot gas toward the supermassive black hole in the center of this galaxy has been imaged. This is the first time that clear evidence for such a flow has been observed in any black hole. (Credit: X-ray: NASA/CXC/Univ. of Alabama/K.Wong et al, Optical: ESO/VLT)

Galaxy NGC 3115 has a supermassive black hole at its center with a mass of about 2 billion times that of the Sun!

MyCn18, a young planetary nebula located about 8,000 light-years away.  (NASA/ESA/Hubble Heritage Team)

After 25 Years NASA’s Hubble Telescope Still Unlocks Celestial Mysteries

This is an image of a young planetary nebula located about light-years away, taken with the Wide Field and Planetary Camera 2 aboard the Hubble Space Telescope (HST).

Big, beautiful spiral galaxy M101 is one of the last entries in Charles Messier's famous catalog, but definitely notone of the least. About 170,000 light-years across, this galaxy is enormous, almost twice the size of our own Milky Way galaxy. M101 was also one of the original spiral nebulae observed by Lord Rosse's large 19th century telescope, the Leviathan of Parsontown. M101 shares this modern telescopic field of view with spiky foreground stars within the Milky Way

Big, beautiful spiral galaxy M101 is one of the last entries in Charles Messier's famous catalog, but definitely notone of the least. About 170,000 light-years across, this galaxy is enormous, almost twice the size of our own Milky Way galaxy. M101 was also one of the original spiral nebulae observed by Lord Rosse's large 19th century telescope, the Leviathan of Parsontown. M101 shares this modern telescopic field of view with spiky foreground stars within the Milky Way

The iconic Ring Nebula may seem like just a stunning circle of wispy interstellar gas, but new images from the Hubble Space Telescope reveal it to be more like a deep-space jelly doughnut, scientists say.

n this composite image, visible-light observations by NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope are combined with infrared data from the ground-based Large Binocular Telescope in Arizona to assemble a dramatic view of the well-known Ring Nebula.

Amas Globulaire

Star cluster Messier 10 lies about 15 000 light-years from Earth, in the constellation of Ophiuchus (The Serpent Bearer). At around 80 light-years across, it should appear about two-thirds the size of the moon.

Orion Nebula  More than 3,000 stars are forming in the cloud of gas and dust known as the Orion nebula, some of which have never been seen in visible light. Next Slide: Whirlpool

15 Spectacular Hubble Images You Have to See

Orion Nebula This dramatic image offers a peek inside a cavern of roiling dust and gas where thousands of stars are forming. More than stars of various sizes appear in this image of the Orion Nebula. Some of them have never been seen in visible light.

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