<b>The Hubble Captured The Pillars of Creation, 2015</b>; Using NASA's Hubble Space Telescope astronomers have assembled a bigger and sharper photograph of the iconic Eagle Nebula's "Pillars of Creation"
<b>Hubble Captures Galaxies Galore, 2004</b>; The amazing Hubble Space Telescope, through a deep core sampling technique, captured a view of nearly 10,000 galaxies.
<b>Hubble Captured The Horsehead Nebula, 1990</b>; Astronomers used NASA's Hubble Space Telescope to photograph the iconic Horsehead Nebula in an infrared light to mark the 23rd anniversary of the famous observatory's launch aboard the space shuttle Discovery on April 24, 1990.
Northern Sky - 12 Apostles, Great Ocean Road, Australia. By Dylan Tho
Thor’s Helmet Nebula - NGC 2359 (also known as Thor's Helmet) is an emission nebula in the constellation Canis Major. The nebula is approximately 15,000 light-years away and 30 light years in size. The central star is the Wolf-Rayet star HD 56925, an extremely hot giant thought to be in a brief, pre-supernova stage of evolution
Doradus Nebula - Celebration in Space
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The Ring Nebula
This wide, detailed Spitzer Space Telescope view features infrared light from dust (red) and old stars (blue) in Andromeda, a massive spiral galaxy a mere 2.5 million light-years away.
A Grand Extravaganza of New Stars - SpaceRef
The Ring Nebula
The Horsehead Nebula complex in Orion
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The Black Eye Galaxy (also called Sleeping Beauty Galaxy; designated Messier 64, M64, or NGC 4826) was discovered by Edward Pigott in March 1779, and independently by Johann Elert Bode in April of the same year, as well as by Charles Messier in 1780. It has a spectacular dark band of absorbing dust in front of the galaxy's bright nucleus, giving rise to its nicknames of the "Black Eye" or "Evil Eye" galaxy.
The Majestic Messier-104 (M-104) Sombrero Galaxy; Photo By: NASA Hubble Space Telescope
Multicoloured Supernova Remnant - SpaceRef
Cotton Candy Nebula - The nebula known as N11, complete with sparkly star clusters embedded in fluffy pink clouds of gas. This exceptionally energetic star-forming region, also known as the Bean Nebula, extends over 1,000 light-years in the Large Magellanic Cloud. Three generations of star formation have created shells of gas and dust which are being blown away by radiation from the newborn stars.
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. Credit: Bruce Waddington
Galaxy IC 342 presents its delicate pattern of dust in this image from NASAs Spitzer. Seen in IR light, the faint starlight gives way to the glowing bright patterns of dust found throughout the galaxy's disk
After a massive star in the Milky Way exploded, it produced a shock wave of high-energy particles, seen here in purple. In the background, you can see stars as imaged by the Digital Sky Survey. Chandra captured data on the shock wave in 2003. It is estimated to be 2,400 light-years away.
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