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Milky Way edge on. The diagram shows: the halo (gray) with globular clusters (red circles), the thick disk (dark purple), the stellar disk (white), the stellar bulge (red-orange), and the central black hole. The stellar disk is about 100,000 light years in diameter. (Credit: NASA/CXC/M.Weiss) Mona Evans, "Milky Way - Facts for Kids"

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9 Incredible Photos of our Universe

Carina Nebula. Pinner wrote: When I consider lots of tones and sounds coming together this is the image I think. Lots of different colours colliding and flowing in deep waves and strokes To find out more about the age of the #Universe, read this article and see how old the Universe actually is:

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I learned something cool on the @curiositydotcom app: Last Time Earth Was At This Spot in the Galaxy, Dinosaurs Existed


Hubble Hotbed of Vigorous Star Formation

This NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope image reveals the iridescent interior of one of the most active galaxies in our local neighborhood — NGC 1569 is currently a hotbed of vigorous star formation. To find out more, please visit:

Milky Way’s Halo Spins in the Same Direction as Galactic Disk Sci-News 7/27/16 Our Milky Way Galaxy is surrounded by an enormous halo of plasma (seen in blue in this artists’ rendition): NASA / CXC / M.Weiss/Ohio State/A. Gupta et al.

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Pic of the Day: Beautiful Universe

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NASA Hubble Space Telescope Picture of Star V838 Monocerotis-What do you see? To me it looks like an image familiar to all new parents.

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Can You Put The Planets In Order?

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