Jet in Carina Nebula 13x19 inch Astronomy by DeepSpacePhotography, $16.00
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"This Hubble image is one of several, including the Ultra Deep Field, which peer into seemingly empty space, leaving the camera shutter open for hours, and reveal that billions of galaxies made up of billions of stars fill our skies in every direction as far as we can possibly see, separated by almost unimaginable distance and time, yet still reachable, visible as an image of their long-ago selves."

"This Hubble image is one of several, including the Ultra Deep Field, which peer into seemingly empty space, leaving the camera shutter open for hours, and reveal that billions of galaxies made up of billions of stars fill our skies in every direction as far as we can possibly see, separated by almost unimaginable distance and time, yet still reachable, visible as an image of their long-ago selves."

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Hale-Bopp Comet seen through the Keyhole Arch at Monument Rocks Natural Landmark, Kansas, USA. Photo: Doug Zubenel.

Hale-Bopp Comet seen through the Keyhole Arch at Monument Rocks Natural Landmark, Kansas, USA. Photo: Doug Zubenel.

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The Dark of Night - Scott Smorra "Celestial Existence" The Milky Way and millions of other stars above Mt Adams and a field of lupine and paintbrush. Goat Rocks Wilderness, Washington

The Dark of Night - Scott Smorra "Celestial Existence" The Milky Way and millions of other stars above Mt Adams and a field of lupine and paintbrush. Goat Rocks Wilderness, Washington

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Check out the jaw-dropping short list for the Royal Observatory's Astronomy Photographer of the Year award.  In this photo by Robert Howell, the partially eclipsed Sun is visible behind the geyser of Old Faithful.

Check out the jaw-dropping short list for the Royal Observatory's Astronomy Photographer of the Year award. In this photo by Robert Howell, the partially eclipsed Sun is visible behind the geyser of Old Faithful.

This image is just magnificent!!! Astrophotographer Thierry Legault captured this photo of the International Space Station as it passed in front of the Sun on March 20, 2015, right in the middle of a solar eclipse! What are the odds??

This image is just magnificent!!! Astrophotographer Thierry Legault captured this photo of the International Space Station as it passed in front of the Sun on March 20, 2015, right in the middle of a solar eclipse! What are the odds??

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