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Centaurus, closest active galaxy to Earth

Forged in a collision of two otherwise normal galaxies, Centaurus A's fantastic jumble of young blue star clusters, pinkish star forming regions, and imposing dark dust lanes are seen here in remarkable detail.

“ Over 2 light years across and over 2000 light years away from Earth: The Ghost Nebula (Hubble) ”

The Ghost Nebula, spanning two light-years, and 2000 light-years distant from Earth. Credit: Hubble Heritage Team As I'm still working on the lovely star-blessed tsentr, Neala, I found this to be most inspiring.

Our Closest Neighbor: The Andromeda Galaxy

Andromeda Galaxy (the Andromeda Galaxy is one of the closest Galaxy to us, scientists even believe that someday the Andromeda Galaxy will make a collision with our Milky way and completely destroy both of the Galaxies). I learned this on How The Universe

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According to Quantum math, there is a mathematical explanation behind why the counterclockwise formation of a galaxy looks very similar to the whirlpool effect of water going down a drain. in Nature

NASA's Spitzer and Hubble Space Telescopes joined forces to create this striking composite image of one of the most popular sights in the universe. Messier 104 is commonly known as the Sombrero galaxy because in visible light, it resembles the broad-brimmed Mexican hat. However, in Spitzer's striking infrared view, the galaxy looks more like a "bull's eye."In Hubble's visible light image, only the near rim of dust can be clearly seen in silhouette. R...

Barred Spiral Galaxy NGC 1300 [Hubble Heritage Team, ESA, NASA] Big, beautiful, barred spiral galaxy NGC 1300 lies some 70 million light-years away on the banks of the constellation Eridanus.

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Crab Nebula Astronomy Picture of the Day While you were Gone These Spaces Filled with Darkness. astronomy, outer space, space, universe, s.

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The Majestic Messier ~ 104 Sombrero Galaxy Photo By: Hubble Space Telescope NASA. My favorite galaxy, just for the vastness of the view.

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