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provocative-planet-pics-please.tumblr.com Hickson 91 im Südlichen Fisch Bildcredit und Bildrechte: CHART32 Team Bearbeitung - Johannes Schedler Beschreibung: Als sie den Himmel nach Galaxien absuchten entdeckten der kanadische Astronom Paul Hickson und seine Kollegen etwa 100 kompakte Galaxiengruppen die nun passend als kompakte Hickson-Gruppen (HCGs) bezeichnet werden. Dieses scharfe Teleskopbild zeigt schöne Details der Galaxiengruppe HCG 91. Die drei farbenprächtigen Spiralgalaxien der…

just–space: “ Hickson 91 in Piscis Austrinus : Scanning the skies for galaxies, Canadian astronomer Paul Hickson and colleagues identified some 100 compact groups of galaxies, now appropriately called.

Hubble captured this dense view of over 150,000 stars in February of 2004

Hubble Space Telescope Advent Calendar 2008

Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the universe. - Albert Einstein (This view across light years of the Milky Way Galaxy shows over stars!

I used to want to be an astronomer and it is something that still really interests me. I love space and stars and galaxies and constellations. <3 *

I used to want to be an astronomer and it is something that still really interests me. I love space and stars and galaxies and constellations. * it looks like roses in the spiral galaxy like the red bits

Les valses que nous sommes nombreux à aimer...

(Bode’s & Messier 82 (Cigar are respectively spiral & starburst galaxies about 12 mly away in Ursa Major.This couple is seen through the faint glow of an Integrated Flux Nebulae (or IFN).

IC 342, the Hidden Galaxy, is positioned only 10 degrees above the plane of our Milky Way Galaxy, so its light is heavily obscured and reddened by dust. It is 7 million light-years away but is not part of our Local Group of galaxies: Bruce Waddington

IC the Hidden Galaxy, is positioned only 10 degrees above the plane of our Milky Way Galaxy, so its light is heavily obscured and reddened by dust. It is 7 million light-years away but is not part of our Local Group of galaxies: Bruce Waddington

there are millions of planets, around millions of suns, in millions of galaxies.  The world is a beautiful, ginormous place, and we are insignificant in comparison. Be still, and marvel at His creation.

Gorgeous color in the Milky Way and good beta on the photo This LIFE is really Awesome and frightening to think about :P

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Caught within the telescopic field of view are the Soap Bubble (lower left) and the Crescent Nebula (upper right). Both were formed at a final phase in the life of a star.

ARP81 Wallpaper | Hubble Space Telescope of the galaxy ARP91… | Stuart Rankin | Flickr

Stuart Rankin, Wallpaper Hubble Space Telescope of the galaxy ((but is this not the Glaucus atlanticus in space form))

Astronomy picture of the day March 17, 2017.

Phases of Venus Image Credit & Copyright : Daniel Herron Explanation: Just as the Moon goes through phases , Venus' visible sunl.

The Tadpole Galaxy (also known as UGC 10214 or Arp 188) is a disrupted barred spiral galaxy located about 420 million light-years away toward the northern constellation Draco. Its most dramatic features are an incredibly long trail of stars and massive, bright blue star clusters, reflecting the essence of our dynamic, restless and violent Universe. - Credit: NASA, Hubble, Mehdi Bozzo-Rey

Tadpole Galaxy (UGC is a disrupted barred spiral galaxy located about 420 million light-years away. Its most dramatic features are an incredibly long trail of stars and bright blue star clusters.

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Funny pictures about Andromeda's actual size. Oh, and cool pics about Andromeda's actual size. Also, Andromeda's actual size.

Observation of gravitational waves wins Nobel Prize in physics - World Socialist Web Site

Observation of gravitational waves wins Nobel Prize in physics - World Socialist Web Site

Amazing image of the Andromeda Galaxy

The Andromeda Galaxy - It is 2 million light years away from us.so what we see now is how it appeared 2 million years ago. It will collide with our Milky Way in 2 billions years from now - the two galaxies are heading towards each other at a rate of 430

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