Wow- so beautiful! Black hole. three female goddesses showed me one this morning...why?astonishing that i was not pulled in.

Wow- so beautiful! Black hole. three female goddesses showed me one this morning...why?astonishing that i was not pulled in.

This image from Nasa's Spitzer Space Telescope shows a stellar nursery containing thousands of young stars and developing protostars near the sword of the constellation Orion. Spitzer Space Telescope/Nasa

In pictures: Lonely planets, charred Soyuz and Martian tracks

This image from Nasa's Spitzer Space Telescope shows a stellar nursery containing thousands of young stars and developing protostars near the sword of the constellation Orion. Spitzer Space Telescope/Nasa

These gigantic, tadpole-shaped objects are probably the result of a dying star's last gasps. Dubbed 'cometary knots' because their glowing heads and gossamer tails resemble comets, the gaseous objects probably were formed during a star's final stages of life. Credit: Robert O'Dell, Kerry P. Handron (Rice University, Houston, Texas) and NASA/ESA

These gigantic, tadpole-shaped objects are probably the result of a dying star's last gasps. Dubbed 'cometary knots' because their glowing heads and gossamer tails resemble comets, the gaseous objects probably were formed during a star's final stages of life. Credit: Robert O'Dell, Kerry P. Handron (Rice University, Houston, Texas) and NASA/ESA

A supermassive black hole lies at the center of this turbulent mix of multimillion-degree gas, dust, and cold gas in the galaxy Centaurus A.

A supermassive black hole lies at the center of this turbulent mix of multimillion-degree gas, dust, and cold gas in the galaxy Centaurus A.

The Bubble Nebula (NGC 7635)

The Bubble Nebula (NGC 7635)

From : NASA Images from the Hubble Space Telescope - This is a planetary nebula; more correctly known as a stellar - remnant nebula. It is more popularly known as The Bug Nebula or The Butterfly Nebula. It spans two light years. About half the distance

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