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Looking like an intricate pen-and-ink illustration, the complex and beautiful structures of the Sun’s surface come to life in yet another stunning photo by Alan Freidman, captured from the historic Mount Wilson Observatory near Los Angeles, California.

The "Deep Blue Sea" of the Sun

This is how big the Andromeda galaxy would actually look in our sky if it were brighter.

Hubble Space Telescope sees geysers on Jupiter’s moon Europa - The Washington Post

Hubble finds a star eating a planet.

August 14, 2007: The Hubble Space Telescope captures this rare view of the ring system of the planet Uranus, tilted edge-on to Earth. The rings can only be seen edge-on from Earth every 42 years as Uranus follows a 84-year orbit about the sun. The last time the rings were tilted edge-on to Earth (1965), astronomers didn't know they existed. The rings were discovered in 1977. Credit: NASA/ESA/STScI

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1833 Leonid meteor shower

The Detailed Universe: This will Blow Your Mind.

Guppys massive volume- swallows NASA aircraft whole.

Galaxy Collisions: Simulation vs Observations

Aurora borealis: I've never seen it look like this, stunning! It resembles a sheer curtain fluttering in the wind on the window to heaven.

For the first time, a black hole has been caught in the act of tearing apart and swallowing a star that got too close.

Saturn Hurricane

What if the other planets were as close as the moon, cool.

Have a look, how little our earth is!



Galaxy Shapes

Pallasite Meteorite: Pallasites are stony-iron meteorites derived from an extinct planet that was detroyed during the formation of our solar system approximately 4.5 billion years ago. They come from the boundary between the silica rich mantle and the iron-nickel core of the planet. Pallasites contain olivine (Peridot) "space gems" embedded in an iron nickel matrix. When sliced thinly and polished, the stable pallasites make exceptional display pieces.♥

Willamette Meteorite discovered in the U.S. state of Oregon

Hubble Catches Titan Chasing Its Shadow - Frame 3 - Hubble Image

Comet McNaught Over Chile

This Is Mind Blowing!

The secrets of our home galaxy revealed with all new state oif the art computer recreations from JPL and NASA

View from the ISS at Night (Original - 1080 HD) By: Knate Myers