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Moon crosses in front of sun, creating a partial solar eclipse visible only from space. Image from NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory.
5000 light years away, in the famous star-forming region of Omega Nebula, stars continue to form. The dark dust in the center were created in the atmospheres of cool giant stars and from debris of supernova explosions. Radiation from nearby stars cause gases to glow red and blue. The points of light are young stars, some brighter than 100 Suns. Dark globules mark even younger systems, just now condensing to form stars and planets. The picture spans about 3000x the diameter of our Solar System.
The Centre Of The Omega Nebula (Image credit: NASA)
Looking Earths By Looking For Jupiters Data from NASA’s Kepler mission has been used by a team at Fermilab to look for Jupiter sized planets in other star systems. These planets can be discovered through measuring the brightness of a star. If a planet is detected through regular dimming of light intensity, then under certain conditions it can be determined whether the planet has any smaller, Earth-like planets. (Image credit: NASA)
Parallel Worlds I had to stop for a minute to really appreciate this. The Milky Way, the backbone of the night sky glows in a serene display of light, surrounded by constellations which span seemingly infinite distances. And as the icing on the cake there’s a the luminescent green and red of the aurora hovering in the upper atmosphere with a meteor flying to a fiery death 100km above the surface. (Image credit: Tommy Eliassen, )
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