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Hubble observations over the past 2 decades have revealed an huge complexity and diversity of structure in planetary nebulae. This is an X-ray/optical composite image of the Cat’s Eye Nebula (NGC 6543). Image via HST’S Greatest Hit

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Hubble’s fireball NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope e the central Wolf-Rayet star known as Hen 2-427 — more commonly known as WR 124 — surrounded by the nebula M1-67: ESA/Hubble & NASA. Acknowledgement: J. Schmidt.

in awe... i have seen one rainbow so round while i was inside the airoplane... but miss that moment to snap that rainbow... glad i have found this one...

Earthschool harmony Beyond what our physical eyes can see, there is a whole other world. The point of our lives is to extend our vision to the point where we can see it.

"Mono Lake is a majestic body of water covering about 65 square miles. It is an ancient lake, over 1 million years old -- one of the oldest lakes in North America."