Space & The Universe. Amazing!


Space & The Universe. Amazing!

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Science and stuff.

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From Micro- to Macrocosm. Magnifying the Universe! From 93 billion lightyears, 93.000.000.000 lightyears (the potential diameter of our universe), up to 1.7 10 E-15m or 0.0000000000000017 the diameter of the hydrogens' atom proton nucleus. #science #infographic, eTrends @

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Stars stars stars

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The Milky Way

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WISE Eyes Evolution of Massive Stars

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Orion's big head revealed in infrared

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Mapping the Infrared Universe - Part 1

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The 'van Gogh' of the infrared sky

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Nebulae - Not as Close as They Appear

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Star Cluster Overshadowed by Infrared Objects

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Blowin' in the stellar wind

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Star Formation Everywhere You Look

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Searching for the Origins of the Dinosaur-Killing Asteroid

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Star Formation in the Heart of the Swan

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Dark Murky Clouds in the Bright Milky Way

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Does 'Pacman' have teeth?

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Dusty Reflections in the Scorpion

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Flaring Black Hole

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A Cosmic Wreath

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Jabbah and Associates

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AP photo

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This panorama of the Carina Nebula, a region of massive star formation in the southern skies, was taken in infrared light using the HAWK-I camera on ESO’s Very Large Telescope. Many previously hidden features, scattered across a spectacular celestial landscape of gas, dust and young stars, have emerged Photograph: T. Preibisch/ESO

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Supernova 1994D in Galaxy NGC 4526

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