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Looking Down a Barrel of Gas at a Doomed Star | NASA's Hubble Space Telescope captured this sharpest view yet of the most famous of all planetary nebulae: the #RingNebula #M57. The colors are approximately true colors. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA) | Publication Date: 1/6/1999 | #FeelingSpacey +Experticity

Looking Down a Barrel of Gas at a Doomed Star | NASA's Hubble Space Telescope captured this sharpest view yet of the most famous of all planetary nebulae: the #RingNebula #M57. The colors are approximately true colors. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA) | Publication Date: 1/6/1999 | #FeelingSpacey +Experticity

This image of object NGC 6302, known as the Butterfly Nebula, was taken recently by the Hubble space telescope. Photograph: AP

This image of object NGC 6302, known as the Butterfly Nebula, was taken recently by the Hubble space telescope. Photograph: AP

Вот что скрывают истуканы острова Пасхи

Вот что скрывают истуканы острова Пасхи

Mgławica zw. Little Gem Nebula w gwiazdozbiorze Strzelca

Mgławica zw. Little Gem Nebula w gwiazdozbiorze Strzelca

Hubble Space Telescope - Videos

Hubble Space Telescope - Videos

The "Butterfly Nebula"

The Butterfly Nebula has the largest wingspan in the universe

The "Butterfly Nebula"

science and nature | Science and Nature / The Hourglass Nebula.

science and nature | Science and Nature / The Hourglass Nebula.

This is a photo taken by Hubble. Scientists cannot begin to figure out what it is. I like to think of it as the gate of heaven❤️

This is a photo taken by Hubble. Scientists cannot begin to figure out what it is. I like to think of it as the gate of heaven❤️

All space missions begin in violence. Traveling through the cosmic void may be a smooth and utterly silent thing, but getting off the ground in the first place is a feat achieved only with massive engines, silos of fuel and the controlled explosions they’re designed to produce. Those explosions can do a lot of damage, which is why no one—save the astronauts themselves, who willingly climb inside all that erupting hardware—have ever been allowed to get anywhere near a rocket when it’s taking…

Last Launch: Dan Winters and the Shuttle Program

All space missions begin in violence. Traveling through the cosmic void may be a smooth and utterly silent thing, but getting off the ground in the first place is a feat achieved only with massive engines, silos of fuel and the controlled explosions they’re designed to produce. Those explosions can do a lot of damage, which is why no one—save the astronauts themselves, who willingly climb inside all that erupting hardware—have ever been allowed to get anywhere near a rocket when it’s taking…

♥ Rare Space Images From NASA

♥ Rare Space Images From NASA

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