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Second Prize: Andre van der Hoeven, Spiral Galaxy Messier 77Credit: Andre van der Hoeven/NASA & ESA  http://www.space.com/17278-hubble-telescope-hidden-treasures-pictures.html

Second Prize: Andre van der Hoeven, Spiral Galaxy Messier 77Credit: Andre van der Hoeven/NASA & ESA http://www.space.com/17278-hubble-telescope-hidden-treasures-pictures.html

What Happened Before the Big Bang? The New Philosophy of Cosmology

What Happened Before the Big Bang? The New Philosophy of Cosmology

Gee wiz this made me laugh!! male models and cats

Gee wiz this made me laugh!! male models and cats

Ghostly X-ray hand

Ghostly X-ray hand

UraniaProject: Orion

UraniaProject: Orion

Interacting Galaxies Arp 147 ...  In this pair of gravitationally interacting galaxies called Arp 147, the blue ring-shaped galaxy's distinctive look was probably created when the galaxy on the left passed through the galaxy on the right.

Interacting Galaxies Arp 147 ... In this pair of gravitationally interacting galaxies called Arp 147, the blue ring-shaped galaxy's distinctive look was probably created when the galaxy on the left passed through the galaxy on the right.

Trapezium Closeup | Deep Sky Colors - Astrophotography by Rogelio ...

Trapezium Closeup | Deep Sky Colors - Astrophotography by Rogelio ...

New Image of Comet ISON from ESO's La Silla Observatory on the morning of Friday 15 November 2013

New Image of Comet ISON from ESO's La Silla Observatory on the morning of Friday 15 November 2013

Yūgen, the final frontier | the dancing rest

Yūgen, the final frontier

Yūgen, the final frontier | the dancing rest

M82: Galaxy with a Supergalactic Wind: Explanation: What's lighting up the Cigar Galaxy? M82, as this irregular galaxy is also known, was stirred up by a recent pass near large spiral galaxy M81. This doesn't fully explain the source of the red-glowing outwardly expanding gas, however. Recent evidence indicates that this gas is being driven out by the combined emerging particle winds of many stars, together creating a galactic superwind.. The above photographic mosaic highlights a specific…

The star resides in M82, a starburst galaxy nearly 12 million light years from Earth.

M82: Galaxy with a Supergalactic Wind: Explanation: What's lighting up the Cigar Galaxy? M82, as this irregular galaxy is also known, was stirred up by a recent pass near large spiral galaxy M81. This doesn't fully explain the source of the red-glowing outwardly expanding gas, however. Recent evidence indicates that this gas is being driven out by the combined emerging particle winds of many stars, together creating a galactic superwind.. The above photographic mosaic highlights a specific…

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