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At the Edge of NGC 891 Credit: Composite Image Data - Subaru Telescope (NAOJ), Hubble Legacy Archive, Michael Joner, David Laney (West Mountain Observatory, BYU); Processing - Robert Gendler

NGC 300 es tan interesante porque es muy normal. Es una galaxia espiral de tipo Sc, situada en el cercano grupo de galaxias Escultor.

Se pueden seguir encontrando cúmulos globulares de tan sólo 40 millones de años de antigüedad en la vecina galaxia LMC, pero quizá ninguno tan inusual como NGC 1850.

Tales discos de acreción son poderosas fuentes de rayos X en el interior de nuestra galaxia. Se forman en sistemas estelares binarios, que consisten en una estrella donadora y el objeto compacto cuya fuerte gravedad atrae el material hasta su superficie.

Spiky stars and spooky shapes abound in this deep cosmic skyscape. Of course the brighter stars show diffraction spikes, the commonly seen effect of internal supports in reflecting telescopes, and lie well within our own Milky Way galaxy. The faint but pervasive clouds of interstellar dust ride above the galactic plane and dimly reflect the Milky Way's combined starlight.

Blue Nebula, Visit our Website for more Info and Pictures....looks like you could catch a wave!

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These two spiral galaxies make a photogenic pair, found within the boundaries of the northern constellation Draco. Contrasting in color and orientation, NGC 5965 is nearly edge-on to our line of sight and dominated by yellow hues, while bluish NGC 5963 is closer to face-on.

Dust ring around the star Fomalhaut is seen by ALMA

the region surrounding the reflection nebula Messier 78, just to the north of Orion’s belt

Fotos de Astronomia: Galaxia M31 Andrómeda

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