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This image was taken by the Hubble space telescope extended out to the furthest of the wide-angle lens capacity. At the core of our universe the planets arrange to form an image of the cross.

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Hubble Telescope's Top Ten Greatest Space Photographs

The Sombrero Galaxy - 28 million light years from Earth - was voted best picture taken by the Hubble telescope. The dimensions of the galaxy, officially called are as spectacular as its appearance. It has 800 billion suns and is light years acros

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Comment Below Credit : Galaxies in a swarm of star clusters,Credit: ESA/Hubble & NASAÂ

ESO 593-8 is an impressive pair of interacting galaxies with a feather-like galaxy crossing a companion galaxy. The two components will probably merge to form a single galaxy in the future. The pair is adorned with a number of bright blue star clusters. ESO 593-8 is located in the constellation of Sagittarius, the Archer, some 650 million light-years away from Earth. http://sci.esa.int/hubble/42645-eso-593-8/

The gorgeous collision looks like a delicate sail pushing a small boat through the cosmic ocean. The object, known as ESO is located 650 million light-years away in the constellation Sagittarius.

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NGC 7714 ~ This unusual structure is a river of Sun-like stars that has been pulled deep into space by the gravitational tug of a passing galaxy (not pictured) during a near-collision approximately 100 million years ago.

The hand of God - presented by NASA.

The heavens declare the glory of God and the firmament sheweth his handywork. Psalm (The hand of God nebula discovered by NASA January

An “Einstein Ring”or gravitational lensing at work: the blue galaxy is behind the yellow galaxy but we can see it because the light from the far galaxy gets wrapped around by the closer galaxy. Photo NASA/Hubble

This is an “Einstein Ring” or gravitational lensing. The blue galaxy is behind the yellow galaxy. We can see the blue galaxy because light from the far galaxy gets wrapped around by the closer galaxy. Photo courtesy of Hubble.

20 Impresionantes fotos del telescopio Hubble

20 Impresionantes fotos del telescopio Hubble

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Photographed from a back garden with a telescope and a digital camera in Southampton

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Behold an expanding shell of debris called SNR 0519-69.0, left behind after a massive star exploded in the Large Magellanic Cloud: “Multimillion degree gas is seen in X-rays from Chandra, in blue. The outer edge of the explosion (red) and stars in the field of view are seen in visible light from the Hubble Space Telescope.”(NASA/Chandra X-Ray Observatory)  Source: Humanoid History

In this image, an expanding shell of debris called SNR is left behind after a massive star exploded in the Large Magellanic Cloud, a satellite galaxy to the Milky Way. Multimillion degree gas is seen in X-rays - NASA/CXC/SAO

This spectacular spiral galaxy is known to astronomers as Messier 83. Colloquially, it is also called  the Southern Pinwheel due to its similarity to the more northerly Pinwheel galaxy Messier 101. NASAs Spitzer Space Telescope shows us, in spectacular detail, the infrared structure of what many think of as our own Milky Way galaxys smaller cousin.

This spiral galaxy is known as Messier Colloquially, it is also called the Southern Pinwheel due to its similarity to the more northerly Pinwheel galaxy Messier 101

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Mysterious: An image of Saturn from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope

Crown of Thorns Galaxy - The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament shows His handiwork. (Psalm This picture was taken by the Hubble Telescope. A galaxy that looks like a crown of thorns!

Crown of Thorns Galaxy!
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