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    David Malin, "Sombrero Galaxy M104" (1975-1985, printed 1998) | photograph | chromogenic print Source: http://www.sfmoma.org/explore/collection/artwork/48008#ixzz1jHTUWuWM San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

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Cinderella's Slipper Galaxy? Visible as a small, sparkling hook in the dark sky, this beautiful object is known as J082354.96+280621.6, or J082354.96 for short. It is a starburst galaxy, so named because of the incredibly (and unusually) high rate of star formation occurring within it. Hat tip to Phil Plait and his fans for noticing the galaxy and giving it a cool name. Image: ESA/Hubble & NASA, M. Hayes [high-resolution] Caption: Hubble Heritage Team

Overall a quiet day on the #dailyforecast friends, one of those, no news is good news types. Unless of course, Neptune brings you some very interesting information. You just never know. Do enjoy,k love, Norah.

‘UFO Galaxy’ Spotted by Hubble Telescope

Foto: ESO/T. Preibisch