It just 'accidently' makes the symbol of infinity! perfect since in symbolism, the sun symbols Christ, the moon the Church. ~ mw ~ Fixed position photograph of the sun, taken at the same time of day over a year. Looks like the infinity symbol!
The aquamarine crescent of Uranus can be seen above in this parting shot from Voyager taken in The spacecraft – the only probe to ever visit both Uranus and Neptune – discovered a number of the planet’s moons.
Atmosphere of the Moon - This picture was taken with the Clementine spacecraft, when the sun was behind the moon. The white area on the edge of the moon is the Lunar Horizon Glow, and the bright dot at the top is the planet Venus.
A giant gas cloud spanning light years with a mass of 10 billion Suns inside the galaxy merger system NGC involving two spiral Milky Way-sized galaxies each containing a supermassive black hole in the center.
This false-color composite image provided by NASA hows the Cartwheel galaxy as seen by the Galaxy Evolution Explorer's Far Ultraviolet detector (blue); the Hubble Space Telescope t (green); the Spitzer Space Telescope (red); and the Chandra (purple).
Venus is visible above Earth's moon, which is illuminated solely by light reflected from Earth. Because of Venus's nearness to Earth and the way its clouds reflect sunlight, it appears to be the brightest planet in the night sky, NASA
Clump of active galactic cores that stretch 4 billion light-years from end to end. The structure is a light quasar group (LQG), a collection of extremely luminous Galactic Nulcei powered by supermassive central black holes.
The visible space is big, complex and can be incredibly beautiful.The sky (or celestial dome) is everything that lies a certain distance above the surface of the Earth, including the atmosphere and outer space.
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The Cassini spacecraft takes an angled view toward Saturn, showing the southern reaches of the planet with the rings on a dramatic diagonal. The moon Enceladus appears as a small, bright speck in the lower left of the image.