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✨#Abell2125 - Chandra's image reveals a complex of several massive gas clouds of several million degrees Celsius in the melting process. Ten of the point sources are associated with galaxies in the group, and the rest are probably distant background galaxies. The extremely bright little feature in the lower left corner is probably a cluster of background galaxies not associated with Abell 2125. The bright gas cloud at the top right is the nucleus of the cluster and envelops hundreds of…

✨#Abell2125 - Chandra's image reveals a complex of several massive gas clouds of several million degrees Celsius in the melting process. Ten of the point sources are associated with galaxies in the group, and the rest are probably distant background galaxies. The extremely bright little feature in the lower left corner is probably a cluster of background galaxies not associated with Abell 2125. The bright gas cloud at the top right is the nucleus of the cluster and envelops hundreds of…

The very energetic radiation from young hot stars in the star cluster NGC 3603 is bursting into colder gas and dust making the gas glow. The radiation from the stars has blown a 'bubble' around the cluster free from gas. In this stunning picture of the giant galactic nebula NGC 3603, the crisp resolution of the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope captures various stages of the life cycle of stars in one single view.

The very energetic radiation from young hot stars in the star cluster NGC 3603 is bursting into colder gas and dust making the gas glow. The radiation from the stars has blown a 'bubble' around the cluster free from gas. In this stunning picture of the giant galactic nebula NGC 3603, the crisp resolution of the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope captures various stages of the life cycle of stars in one single view.

NGC 602 in the Flying Lizard Nebula ~ Near the outskirts of the Small Magellanic Cloud, a satellite galaxy some 200 thousand light-years distant, lies 5 million year young star cluster NGC 602. Surrounded by natal gas and dust, the cluster itself is about 200 light-years in diameter.

NGC 602 in the Flying Lizard Nebula ~ Near the outskirts of the Small Magellanic Cloud, a satellite galaxy some 200 thousand light-years distant, lies 5 million year young star cluster NGC 602. Surrounded by natal gas and dust, the cluster itself is about 200 light-years in diameter.

Jewel Box Cluster

Jewel Box Cluster

Polar Ring Galaxy NGC 660 in the constellation Pisces

Polar Ring Galaxy NGC 660 in the constellation Pisces

U Camelopardalis. bright star is surrounded by a tenuous shell of gas in this unusual image from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope. U Camelopardalis, or U Cam for short, is a star nearing the end of its life. As it begins to run low on fuel, it is becoming unstable. Every few thousand years, it coughs out a nearly spherical shell of gas as a layer of helium around its core begins to fuse. The gas ejected in the star’s latest eruption is clearly visible in this picture as a faint bubble of…

U Camelopardalis. bright star is surrounded by a tenuous shell of gas in this unusual image from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope. U Camelopardalis, or U Cam for short, is a star nearing the end of its life. As it begins to run low on fuel, it is becoming unstable. Every few thousand years, it coughs out a nearly spherical shell of gas as a layer of helium around its core begins to fuse. The gas ejected in the star’s latest eruption is clearly visible in this picture as a faint bubble of…

stellar snowflake cluster

stellar snowflake cluster

Zeta Ophiuchus, a massive star plowing it's way through the gas and dust floating in space.  Zeta Oph is twenty times the Suns mass.

Zeta Ophiuchus, a massive star plowing it's way through the gas and dust floating in space. Zeta Oph is twenty times the Suns mass.

NGC 6188 is an emission nebula about 4000 ly away in the constellation Ara. Within NGC 6188 is an open cluster of bright young stars (the Ara OB1 association) known as NGC 6193. In the bottom left hand corner is a small emission nebula NGC 6164-5.

NGC 6188 is an emission nebula about 4000 ly away in the constellation Ara. Within NGC 6188 is an open cluster of bright young stars (the Ara OB1 association) known as NGC 6193. In the bottom left hand corner is a small emission nebula NGC 6164-5.

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