With both Cassini's wide-angle and narrow-angle cameras aimed at Saturn, Cassini was able to capture 323 images in just over four hours. This final mosaic uses 141 of those wide-angle images. Images taken using the red, green and blue spectral filters of the wide-angle camera were combined and mosaicked together to create this natural-color view.
Hope you brought a flashlight! Today Wonderopolis is heading into outer space to explore the deep, dark depths of the mysterious black hole.
Meteor/Fireball like the one that impacted in Skeleton Canyon and forever changed the life of Sheriff Morgan. From the story "The Silver Skull" in Mythik Imagination
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Our tumultuous star Witch Head Nebula The accretion disk and jet of a supermassive black hole. The Cat's Eye nebula, a Hubble Space Telescop.
NASA’s Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array, or NuSTAR, has captured these first, focused views of the supermassive black hole at the heart of our galaxy in high-energy X-ray light.
Astronomers report seeing supermassive black hole swallowing star
Astronomers report seeing supermassive black hole swallowing star. Umm captain why are we heading towards that black hole. That justice is a portal towards Isabellas memory
Believe it or not, that blue horseshoe-shaped structure around that bright star is an entire galaxy, although it doesn't really look anything like that. Its incredible twisted shape is a mirage created by a strange phenomenon called gravitational lensing.
Monsters of the Cosmos - Symphony of Science Auto-tuned scientific musical goodness!
A White Oval Cloud on Jupiter from Juno This storm cloud on Jupiter is almost as large as the Earth. Known as a white oval, the swirling cloud is a high pressure system equivalent to an Earthly anticyclone.
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Scientists May Get Best View Yet of a Black Hole in Action
It’s the cosmic event of the year. Right now, telescopes all over the world are turning to our galaxy’s center, where for the first time ever they may have a front-row look at a supermassive black hole consuming a gas cloud.