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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

Explore a rare class of galaxies shaped that have been shaped by the gravity of an intruder.

Explore a rare class of galaxies shaped that have been shaped by the gravity of an intruder.

Fifth Prize: Robert Gendler, Spiral Galaxy Messier 96

Fifth Prize: Robert Gendler, Spiral Galaxy Messier 96

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

This image obtained by MESSENGER spacecraft features a ghost crater about 34 miles (55 km) in diameter near its center. Ghost craters occur when volcanic lava flows over and fills in craters, leaving only traces of the original feature behind. This crater likely experienced flooding by the lava that formed the Suisei Planitia on Mercury.

This image obtained by MESSENGER spacecraft features a ghost crater about 34 miles (55 km) in diameter near its center. Ghost craters occur when volcanic lava flows over and fills in craters, leaving only traces of the original feature behind. This crater likely experienced flooding by the lava that formed the Suisei Planitia on Mercury.

See Explanation. Clicking on the picture will download the highest resolution version available.

See Explanation. Clicking on the picture will download the highest resolution version available.

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

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Celestial bird...appears to be the profile of a celestial bird contemplating an egg. This interacting galaxy duo is collectively called Arp 142. The pair contains the disturbed, star-forming spiral galaxy NGC 2936, along with its elliptical companion, NGC 2937, at lower left.

Month in Space: June 2013

Celestial bird...appears to be the profile of a celestial bird contemplating an egg. This interacting galaxy duo is collectively called Arp 142. The pair contains the disturbed, star-forming spiral galaxy NGC 2936, along with its elliptical companion, NGC 2937, at lower left.

Galaxy Wonders » Various Space Objects Part 3, Visit our Website for more Information and Pictures

Galaxy Wonders » Various Space Objects Part 3, Visit our Website for more Information and Pictures

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