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ESO GigaGalaxy Zoom Project - 21 September 2009 Pixel Starscape from Paranal" - This mosaic was assembled from 52 different sky fields made from about 1200 individual images totalling 200 hours exposure time (ESO/S.

The familiar Eagle Nebula glows bright in many colors at once. The above image is a composite of three of these glowing gas colors. Pillars of dark dust nicely outline some of the denser towers of star formation. Energetic light from young massive stars causes the gas to glow and effectively boils away part of the dust and gas from its birth pillar. Many of these stars will explode after several million years, returning most of their elements back to the nebula which formed them. This…

The familiar Eagle Nebula glows bright in many colors at once. The above image is a composite of three of these glowing gas colors. Pillars of dark dust nicely outline some of the denser towers of star formation. Energetic light from young massive stars causes the gas to glow and effectively boils away part of the dust and gas from its birth pillar. Many of these stars will explode after several million years, returning most of their elements back to the nebula which formed them. This…

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Via Lattea: emissioni di raggi gamma, come geyser spaziali. – Giant Gas Geysers Erupting from Milky Way Galaxy

“Monster” outflows of charged particles from the centre of our Galaxy, stretching more than halfway across the sky, have been detected and mapped with CSIRO’s Parkes radio telescope. The new-found outflows of particles (pale blue) from the.

A closer look at Orion

A closer look at Orion

The constellation of Orion holds much more than three stars in a row. A deep exposure shows everything from dark nebula to star clusters, all embedded in an extended patch of gaseous wisps in the greater Orion Molecular Cloud Complex.

Here, the universe offers us the most exquisite Rorschach test ever. So what do you see? I see a celestial bird. Hope it doesn't poop on my car.

The entire f***king universe, baby.

Alex Solodov | Contemporary Art

the finnish astrophotographer has captured the immense awe of nebulous clouds with a series of experiments that fuse science and art.

114 отметок «Нравится», 1 комментариев — Space Nomads (@space.nomads) в Instagram: «This dramatic image offers a peek inside a cavern of roiling dust and gas where thousands of stars…»

114 отметок «Нравится», 1 комментариев — Space Nomads (@space.nomads) в Instagram: «This dramatic image offers a peek inside a cavern of roiling dust and gas where thousands of stars…»

picture of the Orion nebula as you’ve never seen it before. It was taken with a new camera that allows telescopes on Earth to counteract the effects of atmospheric distortion, creating images twice as sharp as the Hubble space telescope. That makes this one of the sharpest pictures of the cosmos ever taken.

amazing photo of the Orion nebula's center, a cloud of gas and dust known as The work was created by Adam Block at the Mount Lemon Sky Center observatory in Arizona. Image: Adam Block/Mount Lemmon SkyCenter/University of Arizona

Star Formation, Cosmos, Stars, Universe, Outer Space, The Universe

~~Hubble reveals heart of Lagoon Nebula ~ faintly visible to the naked eye on dark nights as a small patch of grey in the heart of the Milky Way by NASA Goddard Photo and Video~~

This close-up shot of the center of the Lagoon Nebula (Messier clearly shows the delicate structures formed when the powerful radiation of young stars interacts with the hydrogen cloud they formed.

Nebula of Stars and Colorful Gas - Long, Tall, Vertical Pins

Nebulosa de Estrelas e gases coloridos - Nebula of Stars and Colorful Gas - Long, Tall, Vertical Pins

Eagle Nebula

Eagle Nebula, aka "Cat With Sunglasses"

#Astronomers Discover #Planet-Eating Star

"Space is the nicest place to live, mama"

Mindblowing beauty and awesomeness ♡

outter space i love astronomy

This Hubble photograph captures a small region within Messier 17 (M17), a hotbed of star formation. M17, also known as the Omega or Swan Nebula, is located about 5500 light-years away in the Sagittarius constellation. Image: European Space Agency, NASA, and J. Hester (Arizona State University

Space Photo of the Day 2013

Space photo of the day: Just some beautiful space clouds rolling through the molecular nebula Messier 17

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