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Cat's Paw Nebula.

Using Gravity to Peer into the Most Violent Places in the Universe: Colliding Black Holes

The black hole in galaxy NGC 1277 has a mass of 17 billion suns (for comparison, the black hole at the center of the Milky Way has a mass of about 4 million Suns) and contains an absolutely extraordinary 14% of the total mass of the galaxy it is in. The size of NGC 1277 is all the more astonishing because the surrounding galaxy is very small. This could be the largest supermassive black hole found to date.

Very faint planetary nebula Abell 7 is some 1,800 light-years distant, just south of Orion in planet Earth's skies in the constellation Lepus, The Hare. A planetary nebula represents a very brief final phase in stellar evolution that our own Sun will experience 5 billion years hence, as the nebula's central, once sun-like star shrugs off its outer layers. Abell 7 itself is estimated to be 20,000 years old. Its central star is seen here as a fading white dwarf some 10 billion years old.

Eagle Nebula and Pillars of Creation

Located about 300 mly away in the constellation of Volans, AM 0644-741 is one of the most spectacular ‘Ring Galaxies’ currently known

Orion Nebula in Oxygen, Hydrogen, and Sulfur / La nebulosa di Orione #buongiorno

NGC 772 Galaxy

NGC 4631 the Whale Galaxy or Caldwell 32 is a spiral galaxy 30 million ly away in Canes Venatici. It has a central starburst and is interacting with dwarf elliptical galaxy NGC 4627. The pair together is ARP 281

The Spaghetti Nebula, supernova remnant in Taurus Image Credit: Digitized Sky Survey, ESA/ESO/NASA FITS Liberator

This is pretty awesome.

NGC 1929

A stellar nursery in the Cygnus X star forming region

The core of our galaxy, seen in infrared light by the Spitzer Space Telescope. Blue light is from stars, green light is from polycyclic carbon molecules, yellow and red light is from the thermal glow of warm dust.  This image spans approximately 1000 light years by 1600 light years.  The galactic core is 26000 light years away.

Horsehead, Coal Star, Flame and Background emission nebulae in Orion

Gas giant saves the day

If the planets were the same distance from the Earth as the Moon....

Do You love the color of the Sky? Coolest pin ever

December 21st, 2010 Lunar eclipse - Moon



A Case of the humans

Beautiful Blue Nebula

Nerd Quirks