Rainbow galaxy

HubbleSite - Picture Album: The Antennae Galaxies/NGC These two spiral galaxies, drawn together by gravity, started to interact a few hundred million years ago. The Antennae Galaxies are the nearest and youngest examples of a pair of colliding galaxies.

Un equipo de astrofísicos coordinado desde Australia ha analizado las emisiones energéticas de un agujero negro que crece en la galaxia M83....

NASA The barred spiral galaxy also known as the Southern Pinwheel. The Hubble photograph captures thousands of star clusters, hundreds of thousands of individual stars, and 'ghosts' of dead stars called supernova remnants

Bubble Nebula

The Bubble Nebula (NGC This world is really awesome. The woman who make…

Gabriela Mistral Nebula

"Gabriela Mistral Nebula", another nebula that evokes a pareidolia, in this case the face of the Chilean poet Gabriela Mistral: madrigal mystery and light.

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Nebula Images: http://ift.tt/20imGKa Astronomy articles:...  Nebula Images…

“ This is a deep image of the Sword of Orion - the three stars that make up the weapon hanging off the belt of this famous celestial hunter. The image showcases the amazing mix of physical and optical.

NGC 3576

NGC 3576 is a minor nebula in the Sagittarius arm of the galaxy a few thousand light-years away from the Eta Carinae nebula. Eventually this nebula even received six different classification numbers. Currently, astronomers call the entire nebula NGC

Nebulosa

The Orion Nebula: Closest star forming region to our Sun.

La regione di formazione stellare W5 vista nell'infrarosso.

Star-Forming Heart Generations of stars can be seen in this infrared portrait from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope. In this wispy star-forming region, called the oldest stars can be seen as blue dots in the centers of the two hollow cavities

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Pillars of Star Formation iPhone Case by Starstuff

Article : “NASA Moon Dust Probe Begins Lunar Science Mission” plus “Space Art” Pictures you Must See! via Take a Quick Break...

Article : “NASA Moon Dust Probe Begins Lunar Science Mission” plus “Space Art” Pictures you Must See! Take a Quick Break

Pleiades star cluster

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The Pleiades Star Cluster, Jan. The Pleiades is one of the brightest and closest open clusters. The Pleiades contains over 3000 stars, is about 400 light-years away, and only 13 light-years across.

The Pleiades star cluster (M45) is a group of 800 stars formed about 100 million years ago. The cluster is located 410 light-years away from Earth in the constellation Taurus.

Astrophotographer Chuck Manges of Hooversville, Pa, took this amazing photo of the Seven Sisters aka The Pleiades Star Cluster.

Pleiades Deep Field. Also known as the Seven Sisters and M45, the Pleiades lies about 400 light years away toward the constellation of the Bull (Taurus).

Also known as the Seven Sisters and the Pleiades lies about 400 light years away toward the constellation of the Bull (Taurus). Pleiades Deep Field Image Credit & Copyright: Stanislav Volskiy via apod.

Messier 5 ~ A globular star cluster, 100,000 stars or more, bound by gravity and packed into a region around 165 light-years in diameter. It lies only 25,000 light-years away. Roaming the halo of our galaxy, globular star clusters are ancient members of the Milky Way. M5 is one of the oldest, its stars estimated to be nearly 13 billion years old. The beautiful star cluster is a popular target for Earthbound telescopes. (NASA)

Messier 5 ~ A globular star cluster, stars or more, bound by gravity…

Star Cluster Pismis 24/Nebula NGC 6357: Pismis 24 hangs over NGC 6357, a nebula about 8000 ly away in the constellation Scorpius. This picture showed that the brightest star in the cluster is in fact two stars in a tight binary orbit. Each star is about 100 times the Sun's mass. Hubble

Star Cluster Pismis NGC Pismis 24 hangs over NGC a nebula about 8000 ly away in Scorpius. This picture showed that the brightest star in the cluster is in fact two stars in a tight binary orbit. Each star is about 100 times the Sun's mass.

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