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A Boy And His Atom: The Worlds Smallest Movie

♥ APOD: NGC 7635: The Bubble Nebula (2011 Oct 11) - Image Credit & Copyright: Larry Van Vleet

These two spiral galaxies have been colliding for over 100 million years. The intergalactic battle has spurred the creation of millions of new stars, the most massive of which have already exploded into supernovae. Three of NASA’s space telescopes have combined forces to create the sharpest image yet of the merging Antennae galaxies, located 62 million light years from Earth. X-ray data from Chandra X-Ray Observatory is blue, optical data from the Hubble Space Telescope is gold and brown, and infrared data from Spitzer Space Telescope is red. The photos were taken between 1999 and 2002, and combine 117 hours of observation. The image gives us a sneak preview of what may happen when the Milky Way collides with the neighboring Andromeda galaxy in several billion years.

When Galaxies Collide: Beautiful Images of Cosmic Impacts | WIRED

The blue planet's toxic new colours

Martian dust devil

Astronomy Picture of the Day - Warped Spiral Galaxy

APOD: 2012 March 4 - Warped Spiral Galaxy ESO 510 13

Diamond weevil's apt name explained

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