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    At a cosmologically crisp one degree Kelvin (minus 458 degrees Fahrenheit), the Boomerang Nebula is the coldest known object in the Universe -- colder, in fact, than the faint afterglow of the Big Bang, which is the natural background temperature of space. . (Credit: Bill Saxton; NRAO/AUI/NSF; NASA/Hubble; Raghvendra Sahai)

    Comet C/2013 R1 Lovejoy Taken by Gerald Rhemann on December 13, 2013 @ Jauerling, Lower Austria

    Nebula

    The Tulip Nebula in nebula rich constellation Cygnus the Swan. Popularly called the Tulip Nebula the glowing cloud of interstellar gas and dust. About 8,000 light-years distant and 70 light-years across the complex and beautiful nebula blossoms at the center of this composite image. HDE 227018 is the bright star very near the blue arc at the cosmic tulip’s center.

    Nebula

    Egg Nebula

    Blue Nebula

    Our place in the multiverse[s]

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    Eyes and Nebulas

    New Hubble Telescope

    Ghost Nebula

    The Scale of Objects in the Universe

    First Hundred Thousand Years of Our Universe - earthchangesmedia...

    Orion Nebula in Oxygen, Hydrogen, and Sulfur Image Credit Copyright: César Blanco González The Orion Nebula spans about 40 light years is about 1500 light years away in the same spiral arm of our Galaxy as the Sun. The Great Nebula in Orion can be found with the unaided eye just below and to the left of the easily identifiable belt of three stars in the popular constellation Orion.The whole Orion Nebula cloud complex, will slowly disperse over the next 100,000 years.

    Crescent Nebula

    Dying Star - Hubble

    M51 from hubble - reprocessed

    Taken by Prosper Henry, 1885. This photograph of the Ring Nebula in the constellation Lyra shows but a three-degree section of the firmament, 1,956 light-years from earth. Once a star similar to our own sun, the nebula was formed when the star exploded, releasing gasses from its outer shell into space.

    Photos of Our Universe

    Tilt Shift Filter Applied To Hubble Photos. I think they now look like the insides of gems... You can see how its done at http://trick-photography.org/trick-photography-book-review/