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Pluto: From Mountains to Plains

Pluto,New amazing images from the New Horizons spacecraft reveal strange 'pits' and ice blocks on Pluto's surface.Above image: Al-Idrisi Montes, mountainous highlands thought composed primarily of blocks of water ice.

Comet Meets Moon and Morning Star

Comet Meets Moon and Morning Star : A crescent Moon and brilliant Venus met in predawn skies on December a beautiful conjunction of planet Earths two brightest celestial beacons after the Sun.

Arp 87: Merging Galaxies from Hubble

Arp Merging Galaxies from Hubble December 2015 via NASA This dance is to the death. Along the way, as these two large galaxies duel, a cosmic bridge of stars, gas, and dust currently stretches.

The Brightest Spot on Ceres

False-color representation of Ceres' Occator crater, designed to highlight differences in surface composition (Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/UCLA/MPS/DLR/IDA)

Cygnus: Bubble and Crescent

Caught within the telescopic field of view are the Soap Bubble (lower left) and the Crescent Nebula (upper right). Both were formed at a final phase in the life of a star.

Enceladus: Ringside Water World

Enceladus' famous south polar water jets can be seen just above the moon's dark, southern limb in this image captured by NASA's Cassini spacecraft.

Aurora over Clouds

Aurora over Clouds : Auroras usually occur high above the clouds. The auroral glow is created when fast-moving particles ejected from the Sun impact the Earth’s magnetosphere, from which charged.

Dark Sand Cascades on Mars

blunt-science: Dark Sand Cascades on Mars.Image taken April near the North Pole of Mars.The groups of dark brown streaks of sand were photographed by the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter on melting pinkish sand dunes covered with light frost.

Nebulae in Auriga

Constellation Auriga, featuring:IC 405 / Flaming Star Nebula (top left), IC 410 & Star Cluster NGC 1893 (top right), IC 417 & NGC 1931 / The Spider and the Fly (lower right)

In the Center of Spiral Galaxy NGC 3521

In the Center of Spiral Galaxy NGC 3521 : This huge swirling mass of stars, gas, and dust occurs near the center of a nearby spiral galaxy. Gorgeous spiral NGC 3521 is a mere 35 million light-years.

Leonids and Friends

Leonids and Friends : Leonid meteors rained down on planet Earth this week, the annual shower of dusty debris from the orbit of Comet Leonids streak through this composite night.