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NASA releases spectacular X-ray image of an entire spiral galaxy; Jesus Diaz, Sploid, via Farganne's feed:

I read this, " we are facilitators of our own evil creations." Which quote do you like best? HA!

The colorful Eagle Nebula taken at the National Science Foundation's telescope on Kitt Peak. Located in the constellation of Serpens, the Serpent, the Eagle Nebula is a very luminous open cluster of stars surrounded by dust and gas.

Wizard Nebula

Wizard Nebula- I wish that when I die, I could see the universe (multi-verses?) in this false color imaging in my afterlife, forever, with the same sense of wonder I have now.

Now THIS is How You Hunt for Aurorae!

Now THIS is How You Hunt for Aurorae

THIS is how you pose for a photo with the aurora! [Aurora hunting in Iceland on March Photographer Nanut Bovorn.

Billion of civilizations looking back at us.

What Is Your True Color According To Your Zodiac Sign?

An unnamed Galaxy ! Article: “SpaceX Aborts Thanksgiving Rocket Launch Due to Engine Trouble” and “Space-Art” Gallery

An Ocean On Pluto’s Moon? Hopeful Scientists Will Keep An Eye Out For Cracks

An Ocean On Pluto's Moon? Hopeful Scientists Will Keep An Eye Out For Cracks

It’s a lot of speculation right now, but the buzz in a new NASA study is Pluto’s largest moon (Charon) could have a cracked surface.

hubble telescope | ... Hubble Space Telescope - New Internet Telescope on Cerro Pachon: the

By the world's first Internet telescope will be constructed high up in the Chilean Andes. The instrument will pour terabytes of data dire.

The Andromeda Galaxy is 2 million light years away from us so what we see now is how it appeared 2 million years ago. It will collide with our Milky Way in 2 billions years from now. The two galaxies are heading towards each other at a rate of 430 km/hr. A billion years from now Andromeda will loom as a spectacular site, eventually swelling to fill half of the night sky.

The Andromeda Galaxy is 2 million light years away from us so what we see now is how it appeared 2 million years ago. It will collide with our Milky Way in 2 billions years from now. The two galaxies are heading towards each other at a rate of 430 km/hr.

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