Fermi Bubbles: Discovered in 2010 by NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope, the so-called radiation-emitting Fermi bubbles emanating from the center of the galaxy are each 25,000 light years (147,000 trillion miles) tall. Visible to gamma-ray telescopes, the bubbles jut from the top and bottom of our spiral-shaped galaxy like doorknobs on both side of a door. via usatoday. Thanks to @Jake Donohoe Donohoe Donohoe Donohoe Donohoe Donohoe Garren! #Fermi_Bubbles
This image shows the planet jupiter's red spot. I found this picture very interesting and the surface of the planet itself interests me. I think this would be a very suitably appealing environment for my art thus I choose this pin.