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Fractal spiral - Image of the Day: July 2013 | Space.com - NGC 6744 gleams in this image from NASA’s Galaxy Evolution Explorer. NGC 6744 lies in the constellation of Pavo about 30 million light-years away, and this galaxy represents one of the most similar to our Milky Way in the local universe.

Big Brother to the Milky Way. This ultraviolet view highlights the vast extent of the fluffy spiral arms, and demonstrates that star formation can occur in the outer regions of galaxies.

o al viento. Los flujos de energía y radiación de las estrellas jóvenes calientes están erosionando las porciones exteriores más densas de l...

o al viento. Los flujos de energía y radiación de las estrellas jóvenes calientes están erosionando las porciones exteriores más densas de l...

NCG 1316 After Galaxies Collide from the NASA app.

universe–stuff: “The Cigar Galaxy, or lies 12 million light years distant in the constellation Ursa Major. The red gas filaments shooting out from the galaxy are driven outwards by the combined.

Ultraviolet Rings of #M31 | A mere 2.5 million light-years away the Andromeda Galaxy, also known as M31, really is just next door as large galaxies go. While its spiral arms stand out in visible light images of Andromeda, the arms look more like rings in the GALEX ultraviolet view, a view dominated by the energetic light from hot, young, massive stars.

Ultraviolet Rings of

This stunning image is far more than just a worthy screensaver. Captured by NASA’s Chandra X-ray observatory, this twinkling celestial scene shows something truly mind-boggling: a stream of scorching hot gas 250,000 light-years in length. That’s twice the diameter of our host galaxy, the Milky Way.

December 21 2015 : Chandra Finds Remarkable Galactic Ribbon Unfurled An extraordinary ribbon of hot gas trailing behind a galaxy like a tail has been discovered using data from NASAs Chandra X-ray Observatory.

NASA’s Astronomy Picture Of The Day: Spiral Galaxy NGC 6744

NASA’s Astronomy Picture Of The Day: Spiral Galaxy NGC 6744

just–space: “Spiral Galaxy NGC 6744 ”

Anemic Galaxy (NGC 4921) at the Edge of the Coma Galaxy Cluster. This magnificent spiral galaxy is informally dubbed anemic because of its low rate of star formation and low surface brightness.

Anemic Galaxy (NGC at the Edge of the Coma Galaxy Cluster. This magnificent spiral galaxy is informally dubbed anemic because of its low rate of star formation and low surface brightness.

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The second brightest star in the sky, Canopus. It's a blue-white supergiant star in the Southern constellation of Carina, and is extremely bright at about 13,300 times the luminosity of our Sun.

The second brightest star in the sky, Canopus. It's a blue-white supergiant star in the Southern constellation of Carina, and is extremely bright at about times the luminosity of our Sun.

This Comet Lovejoy -Image Credit & Copyright: Damian Peach: Comet Lovejoy, C/2014 Q2, is framed like a cosmic Christmas tree with starry decorations in this colorful telescopic portrait, snapped on December 16th.

Comet Lovejoy, is framed like a cosmic Christmas tree with starry decorations in this colorful telescopic portrait, snapped on December Its lovely coma is tinted green by diatomic gas fluorescing in sunlight.

Orion Nebulosities Credit & Copyright: Emmanuel Mallart Explanation: Adrift 1,500 light-years away in one of the night sky's most recognizable conste... - HM Duarte - Google+

awesome APOD: 2002 May 30 - Orion Nebulosities

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The yellowish star near center in this dusty telescopic skyview is T Tauri, prototype of the class of T Tauri variable stars. Just next door is the yellow cosmic cloud historically known as Hind's Variable Nebula (NGC

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ción de estrellas. La oleada de estrellas más recientes ilumina el borde de la galaxia, que tiene un diámetro mayor que la Vía Láctea, con m...

ción de estrellas. La oleada de estrellas más recientes ilumina el borde de la galaxia, que tiene un diámetro mayor que la Vía Láctea, con m...

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