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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

Josh Barrington produced this image of planetary nebula PK111-2.1.

Josh Barrington produced this image of planetary nebula PK111-2.1.

NGC 5745 and NGC 5752 (both galaxies are part of a quartet of galaxies known as Arp 297).  NGC 5754 is in the constellation Bootes, at a distance of roughly 200 million light-years

NGC 5745 and NGC 5752 (both galaxies are part of a quartet of galaxies known as Arp 297). NGC 5754 is in the constellation Bootes, at a distance of roughly 200 million light-years

Galaxy Wonders » Space Art – Miscellaneous Part 15, Visit our Website for more Information and | http://exploringuniversecollections.blogspot.com

Galaxy Wonders » Space Art – Miscellaneous Part 15, Visit our Website for more Information and | http://exploringuniversecollections.blogspot.com

All sizes | XZ Tauri | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

All sizes | XZ Tauri | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Merging representations of people, nature and art | Navigate on Trust

Merging representations of people, nature and art | Navigate on Trust

Magnifying the Universe!

THE UNIVERSE IS GARGANTUAN {Infographic}

Magnifying the Universe!

The two galaxies, named PGC 9074 and PGC 9071, are close enough to one another to be bound together by gravity, although no gravitational disturbance can yet be seen in the image. These objects are probably only just beginning to interact gravitationally.

Month in Space: June 2013

The two galaxies, named PGC 9074 and PGC 9071, are close enough to one another to be bound together by gravity, although no gravitational disturbance can yet be seen in the image. These objects are probably only just beginning to interact gravitationally.

The Andromeda galaxy-- new composite image from NASA's Galaxy Evolution Explorer and the Spitzer Space Telescope

The Andromeda galaxy-- new composite image from NASA's Galaxy Evolution Explorer and the Spitzer Space Telescope

This new image, snapped by NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope, shows the star HD 184738, also known as Campbell's hydrogen star. It is surround...

This new image, snapped by NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope, shows the star HD 184738, also known as Campbell's hydrogen star. It is surround...

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