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    • Seon Yeop Jung

      Swan nebula -- how do scientists account for the "spire" formations that reminds us of the columns in underground caverns? So much of the large world is reflected in the tiny- like firing brain cells that look like galaxies. Sparkling mica in rocks remind of stars. One galaxy looks like an orange & pink lily. -DdO:) - - "The heavens declare the glory of God; And the firmament shows His handiwork." - Psalm 19:1

    • Tricia Murphy

      WOW The cosmic "ice sculptures" of the Carina Nebula. Scientists are still trying to explain the beautiful spires.

    • fatemeh riahi

      Pillar space nebula

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