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a merge of words incompetent to describe life. So instead it turns into beautiful colors and become a outstanding mural. Stars representing lost dreams so far to reach but so close to see. Bright color contrast amongst sorrow blacks and midnight blues. Some where untouchable unless you have a trillion dollars and fly out the earths atmosphere. This is what I in vision the galaxy to be.
The Orion Nebula (also known as Messier 42, M42, or NGC 1976) is a diffuse nebula situated south[b] of Orion's Belt in the constellation of Orion. It is one of the brightest nebulae, and is visible to the naked eye in the night sky. ---Wikipedia
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Explosão de uma estrela
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Super nova N49 | N49, an asymmetric supernova remnant in the LMC
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Looks like the flying spaghetti monster in space. heart shaped.
Estrela em Monoceros
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Dooms Day - Myth #2 MYTH: Planet X Is on a Collision Course With Earth This 2002 Hubble Space Telescope picture of the star V838 Monocerotis and surrounding dust clouds has been said to contain evidence of a phantom world–alternately called Planet X and Nibiru–that is on course to collide with Earth in 2012. But, said NASA astrobiologist David Morrison, “there is no object out there. That’s probably the most straightforward thing to say.”...
Light Echoes From Red Supergiant Star V838 Monocerotis - December 2002. The Hubble Space Telescope.
My boss is a coauthor of this now iconic image of V838 Monocerotis. It's hard to describe what's happening here because the geometry is weird. They are light echos of a dying star. A stereo animation may show it better. We tried on a Slacker Astronomy video podcast. Search YouTube for "V838 Mon" and you'll find it.
V838 Monocerotis (V838 Mon) had been a dull star in an obscure constellation until January 2002, when it suddenly glowed 600,000 times more luminous than our sun, temporarily making it the brightest star in our Milky Way galaxy. NASA's Hubble Telescope captured the phenomenon called a 'light echo' consisting of light from a stellar explosion echoing off circumstellar dust.
Estrelas emergentes na Nebulosa de Orion - As nebulosas são berços de estrelas!
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Stargazing: How to See the Famed Constellation Orion
Orion Nebula Photographic Print by Arnie Rosner at AllPosters.com
Um enorme aglomerado de galáxias distantes - Cada ponto luminoso é uma galáxia, em cada uma delas existem milhões de estrelas como o nosso sol. Não é difícil imaginar quantos sistemas planetários podem existir orbitando essas estrelas... E nós aqui, com todas as nossas diferenças, todas as nossas guerras, amores, achamos que somos os únicos seres, e os mais importantes do Universo.
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The Secret Lives of Galaxies Unveiled in Deep Survey
A tempestade de gases turbulentos na nebulosa de Cygnus
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A photo of a the Omega Nebula taken by the Hubble Space Telescope
A small region within M17, a hotbed of star formation also known as the Omega or Swan Nebula, located about 5,500 light-years from Earth in the constellation Sagittarius..
NGC 6611 - Nebulosa da Águia
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The Fairy of Eagle Nebula. Fairypillar formation of Cosmic dust from outer space. The size of this formation is unimaginable! The dust sculptures of the Eagle Nebula are evaporating. As powerful starlight whittles away these cool cosmic mountains, the statuesque pillars that remain might be imagined as mythical beasts. Pictured above is one of several striking dust pillars of the Eagle Nebula that might be described as a gigantic alien fairy. This fairy, however, is ten light years tall and spews radiation much hotter than common fire. The greater Eagle Nebula, M16, is actually a giant evaporating shell of gas and dust inside of which is a growing cavity filled with a spectacular stellar nursery currently forming an open cluster of stars. The above image in scientifically re-assigned colors was released in 2005 as part of the fifteenth anniversary celebration of the launch of the Hubble Space Telescope.
This is an extremely high definition Hubble Telescope shot of the Eagle Nebula. The Eagle has risen: Stellar spire in the Eagle Nebula. Stars in the Eagle Nebula are born in clouds of cold hydrogen gas that reside in chaotic neighbourhoods, where energy from young stars sculpts fantasy-like landscapes in the gas. The tower may be a giant incubator for those newborn stars. A torrent of ultraviolet light from a band of massive, hot, young stars [off the top of the image] is eroding the pillar.
This billowing tower rising from the Eagle Nebula, a stellar nursery, is 9.5 light-years high or twice the distance from Sol to the nearest star. It is thought that within this structure appearing like a winged fairy tale creature poised upon a pedestal, stars are forming. This due to either gas and dust collapsing from gravity or from gas heated up by neighboring hot stars
Astronomy Picture of the Day 23 March/13 This is one of the most famous images in the history of astrophotography. In 2005, this Hubble image was re-released using a different coloring matrix. It shows a very small portion of the Eagle Nebula (also called M16). This spire known as the "Fairy of the Eagle Nebula". The fairy stands 10 light-yrs tall. ~Joshua
Nebulosa Olho de Gato
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The Cat's Eye Nebula was one of the first nebulas to be discovered. IMAGE: NASA GODDARD
Cat's Eye Nebula, from Hubble Telescope.
Cat's Eye Nebula - Hubble Space Telescope Advent Calendar 2012
NGC 3372 - Nebulosa de Carina
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Carina Nebula that shows a region of star birth and death. The nebula contains at least a dozen brilliant stars that are 50 to 100 times the mass of our Sun. This is one of the largest panoramic images ever taken with Hubble Telescope (BusinessInsider 2012)
Just in from NASA, a spectacular image assembled from 48 frames taken by the Hubble Space Telescope of the Carina Nebula 7500 light-years away, which means we are seeing these stars as they were in 5500 BC — making this the oldest picture on Shorpy so far. The bright star at left is Eta Carinae, which can be seen throwing off two enormous lobes of gas prior to exploding — possibly in the next few thousand years, maybe tomorrow — as a titanic supernova.
Object Name: Carina Nebula, NGC 3372 Object Description: Emission Nebula in the Milky Way Galaxy In celebration of the 17th anniversary of the launch and deployment of NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope, a team of astronomers is releasing one of the largest panoramic images ever taken with Hubble’s cameras. It is a 50-light-year-wide view of the central region of the Carina Nebula where a maelstrom of star birth – and death – is taking place.
Best Of European Space Agency Photos Panorama Of The Carina Nebula This Hubble Space Telescope image shows the central region of the Carina Nebula where star birth – and death – is taking place. The Carina Nebula is about 7500 light-years away in the southern constellation Carina.
13. NGC 2392 - A Nebulosa Esquimó
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Nebula NGC 2392, called 'Eskimo' because it looks like a face surrounded by a furry hood. The hood is, in fact, a ring of comet-shaped objects flying away from a dying star. Eskimo is 5,000 light years from Earth. Photo by Hubble Telescope.
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In this series (see other pics) astronomers selected the top 10 most amazing pictures taken by the Hubble space telescope in the last 16 years. "...they illustrate that our universe is not only deeply strange, but also almost impossibly beautiful." Michael Hanlon/AH (Nov 25th, 2006) . After correcting an initial problem with the lens, when the Hubble Space Telescope was first launched in 1990, the floating astro-observatory began to relay back to Earth, incredible snapshots of the "final frontier" it was perusing. Recently, astronauts voted on the top photographs taken by Hubble, in its 16-year journey so far. Remarking in the article from the Daily Mail, reporter Michael Hanlon says the photos "illustrate that our universe is not only deeply strange, but also almost impossibly beautiful." In this photo, in third place, is Nebula NGC 2392, called Eskimo because it looks like a face surrounded by a furry hood. The hood is, in fact, a ring of comet-shaped objects flying away from a dying star. Eskimo is 5,000 light years from Earth.
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This stellar relic, first spied by William Herschel in 1787, is nicknamed the “Eskimo” Nebula (NGC 2392) because, when viewed through ground-based telescopes, it resembles a face surrounded by a fur parka. In this Hubble telescope image, the “parka” is really a disk of material embellished with a ring of comet-shaped objects, with their tails streaming away from the central, dying star.
NGC 2264 - Aglomerado estelar Snowflake
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Snowflake Cluster - Newborn stars, hidden behind thick dust, are revealed in this image of a section of the Christmas Tree Cluster from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope
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A nebulosa Rosette NGC 2237
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The Rosette Nebula, a cloud of dust and gas 3000 light-years away. This photograph was taken in the light emitted by three elements ionized by the energetic central stars. Green light is emitted from oxygen, blue light from sulfur and red light from hydrogen. Filaments of dark dust lace run through the nebula's gases. Credit: T A Rector, B Wolpa, M Hanna
The Rosette Nebula NGC 2237
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NGC 2207 e IC 2163 - galáxias espirais entrelaçadas
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This picture shows the spiral galaxies, NGC 2207 and IC2163. The more massive NGC 2207 on the left has created a major distended region on IC 2163. The stars, gas and dust in this region stretch for 100,000 light years and can be seen on the right side of the image. It is believed that these two galaxies will also eventually merge into a single, larger galaxy. This incredible image of colliding galaxies was taken by the Hubble Telescope in 1999.
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Interacting Spiral Galaxies NGC 2207 and IC 2163. Image from the Hubble Space Telescope.
Billions of years from now, only one of these two galaxies will remain. Until then, spiral galaxies NGC 2207 and IC 2163 will slowly pull each other apart, creating tides of matter, sheets of shocked gas, lanes of dark dust, bursts of star formation, and streams of cast-away stars. The space between stars is so vast that when galaxies collide, the stars in them usually do not collide.
Galáxia espiral NGC 1309
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Hubble Snaps Images of a Pinwheel-Shaped Galaxy
A Pinwheel-Shaped Galaxy Photograph courtesy NASA, ESA, The Hubble Heritage Team, (STScI/AURA) and A. Riess (STScI) With spiral arms dominated by young blue stars and a core filled with an older yellow star population, this 100 million light-year distant galaxy takes center stage in this dramatic 2006 photo by the Hubble Space Telescope.
This dramatic spiral galaxy is one of the latest viewed by NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, cataloged as NGC 1309, are
Galáxia espiral NGC 1300
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The Final Frontier
This is NGC1300, a barred spiral galaxy just 69millions lightyears from us. Discovered in 1835 by Herschel, it shows a peculiar (even amongst barred galaxies) spiral structure around the bulge, which is believed to be made by stream of gas accreting onto a central supermassive black hole.
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Barred Spiral Galaxy NGC 1300. Big, beautiful, barred spiral galaxy NGC 1300 lies some 70 million light-years away on the banks of the constellation Eridanus. This Hubble Space Telescope composite view of the gorgeous island universe is one of the largest Hubble images ever made of a complete galaxy. NGC 1300 spans over 100,000 light-years and unlike other spiral galaxies, including our own Milky Way, NGC 1300 is not presently known to have a massive central black hole. Image credit: ESA,NASA
NGC 602 na Pequena Nuvem de Magalhães
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NGC 602 is a young, bright open cluster of stars located in the Small Magellanic Cloud (SMC), a satellite galaxy to the Milky Way. Radiation and shock waves from the stars have pushed away much of the lighter surrounding gas and dust that compose the nebula known as N90, and this in turn has triggered new star formation in the ridges (or “elephant trunks”) of the nebula.
X-ray emissions from young sunlike stars in the "wing" of the Small Magellanic Cloud, a satellite galaxy associated with the larger Milky Way. This Magellanic Cloud lies about 180,000 light-years from Earth. In April 4, 2013 picture, readings from the Chandra X-ray Observatory are shown in purple; visible light seen by Hubble Space Telescope is red, green, and blue; and infrared readings from Spitzer Space Telescope are indicated in red.
Chandra :: Photo Album :: NGC 602 :: April 3, 2013 03 Apr 13 NGC 602 Young stars in the Small Magellanic Cloud, one of the closest galaxies to our Milky Way. #Space #NASA #astronomy
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