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Barred spiral galaxy NGC 1365 is the dominant member of the Fornax galaxy cluster. It is about 60 million light years from Earth.

Esta nova imagem do Hubble mostra uma reflexão da Via Láctea, a galáxia onde fica a Terra . Foto: NASA/ESA

Astrônomos descobrem planeta cor-de-rosa

Barred Spiral Galaxy NGC 1073 (Feb 20 Image Credit: NASA, ESA, Hubble Space Telescope Many spiral galaxies have bars across their centers. Even our own Milky Way Galaxy is thought to have a modest central bar.

Les valses que nous sommes nombreux à aimer...

(Bode’s & Messier 82 (Cigar are respectively spiral & starburst galaxies about 12 mly away in Ursa Major.This couple is seen through the faint glow of an Integrated Flux Nebulae (or IFN).

NGC 1291 (also NGC 1269) - This ring galaxy located about 33 million light-years away in the constellation Eridanus was imaged by the Spitzer Space Telescope. The red outer ring is filled with new stars heating up and igniting dust that glows with infrared light

Though galaxy NGC 1291 is quite old, roughly 12 billion years, it is marked by an unusual ring where newborn stars are igniting, visible in this new Spitzer infrared image.

Details: [[MORE]] The insanely beautiful Tadpole Galaxy, disrupted by close encounters within its home galaxy cluster, lies at a distance of 400 million light years. Credits: Hubble Space Telescope

Details: [[MORE]] The insanely beautiful Tadpole Galaxy, disrupted by close encounters within its home galaxy cluster, lies at a distance of 400 million light years.

NGC 4911 Hubble Credit: Al Carreno

NGC 4911 Hubble Credit: Al Carreno

La galaxia angular del Objeto de Hoag. Fuente: NASA/JPL-Caltech

The galaxy NGC 1097 is located 50 million light-years away, is spiral-shaped like our Milky Way, with long, spindly arms of stars. The "eye" at the center of the galaxy is a large black hole surrounded by a ring of stars.

It's called "The Eye of God"...of course, space travel is out of the question...but it's mysterious and peaceful all at once...Jesus! Quit staring at me!

It's called "The Eye of God".of course, space travel is out of the question.but it's mysterious and peaceful all at once. it's not the eye of god, it's a marvellous thing

NGC 7318 (also known as UGC 12099/UGC 12100 or HCG 92d/b) are a pair of colliding galaxies about 300 million light-years away in the Constellation Pegasus. They are members of the famous Stephan's Quintet.

NGC 7318 (also known as UGC 12100 or HCG are a pair of colliding galaxies about 300 million light-years away in the Constellation Pegasus. They are members of the famous Stephan's Quintet.

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Les photos d'un an de voyage dans l'espace

Astronaut Scott Kelly captures an Earth/Moon/Venus/Jupiter alignment from the International Space Station.

На снимке изображен очень красивый участок южного неба, в частности, похожая на два дракона туманность NGC 6188. NGC 6164, меньшая по размеру туманность-раковина, видна на снимке внизу слева. Оборудование: телескоп-астрограф системы Ньютона Orion Optics 300 мм, F3.8 и камера FLI ProLine 16803. Фото: Michael Sidonio (Австралия)

Fighting Dragons of Ara (NGC 6188 & Michael Sidonio (Australia)

Las mejores imágenes del espacio captadas por el telescopio Hubble en su 27.° aniversario

Las mejores imágenes del espacio captadas por el telescopio Hubble en su 27.° aniversario

White Dwarf Star Rips Apart a Planet - In this Chandra image of NGC 6388, researchers have found evidence that a white dwarf star may have ripped apart a planet as it came too close. When a star reaches its white dwarf stage, nearly all of the material from the star is packed inside a radius one hundredth that of the original star.

Chandra Finds Evidence of a Planet Possibly Ripped Apart by a White Dwarf Star

Comet massacre - 83 trillion comets orbiting  the young star named "Fomalhaut". Collisions are destroying thousands of comets each day.

Comet massacre - 83 trillion comets orbiting the young star named "Fomalhaut". Collisions are destroying thousands of comets each day.

NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has captured a rare alignment between two spiral galaxies. The outer rim of a small, foreground galaxy is silhouetted in front of a larger background galaxy. Skeletal tentacles of dust can be seen extending beyond the small galaxy's disk of starlight. - Credit: NASA, ESA, and The Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA)

NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has captured a rare alignment between two spiral galaxies. The outer rim of a small, foreground galaxy is silhouetted in front of a larger background galaxy. Skeletal tentacles of dust can be seen extending beyond the small g

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