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• 41 weeks ago
A copy of Edwin Hubble's 4-by-5-inch glass plate of M31, which he took with the 100-inch telescope on Mount Wilson. He marked three stars N, thinking they were novae — but later realized that one was a Cepheid variable. (Credit: NASA / ESA / Hubble Heritage Team)
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