M27 (the Dumbbell Nebula). This is three same type of nebula our sun will make after it's fusion stops.
Astronomers announce they might finally have found Earth 2.0
Have we finally found EARTH 2.0? Astronomers discover first same-size planet in habitable zone that could support alien life #DailyMail
National Geographic News May 18, 2013 Milky Way flowing into the sea. Madagascar Island east, from French territory Reunion Island coast, it's one fantastic you've taken over the Indian Ocean. Photo Contest and an empty 4th International Earth (Fourth International Earth and Sky Photo Contest), and was elected to the 2-position "beautiful starry sky (Beauty of the Night Sky)" of the department.
Hubble In The Bubble (NGC7635) Photo by Terry Hancock — National Geographic Your Shot
The Merope Nebula has an attractive teardrop shape readily visible in a smaller instrument. Keep Merope (above center) out of the field of view. North is up. Hap Griffin
Here we have a brilliant star cluster (Melotte 15) superimposed on a nebula (IC 1805), which is the center portion of the Heart Nebula. The rich red color is due to hydrogen-alpha emission. Image data acquired by Jim Misti
Beacons in Interstellar Fog The hot blue stars of the Pleiades star cluster happen to illuminate a large cloud of interstellar dust along the cluster's path. The group is moving toward the southeast at 5.5″ per century. Click for a large version. Davide De Martin & the ESA / ESO / NASA Photoshop FITS Liberator
「蛇」星形成クラウドスポーンスターPIA18014: The 'Serpent' Star-Forming Cloud Spawns Starsミッション： スピッツァー宇宙望遠鏡インストゥルメント： IRAC 2ミクロン全天サーベイ（2MASS）Spitzer Space Telescope
Runaway Star Plows Through Space - A massive star flung away from its former companion is plowing through space dust. The result is a brilliant bow shock, seen here as a yellow arc in a new image from NASA's Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer, or WISE. The star, named Zeta Ophiuchi, is huge, with a mass of about 20 times that of our sun. In this image, in which infrared light has been translated into visible colors we see with our eyes, the star appears as the blue dot inside the bow…