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#repost @nasahubble • • • • • • #hubbleclassic Garden-variety stars like the Sun live fairly placid lives in their galactic neighborhoods, casually churning out heat and light for billions of years. When these stars reach retirement age, however, the

Saturn nebula, getting more beautiful with age. Repost @nasahubble ・・・ #hubbleclassic Garden-variety stars like the Sun live fairly placid lives in their galactic neighborhoods, casually churning out heat and light for billions of years. When these

On this #tbt we are throwing it way back—20 years, when NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope was already nine years into its mission. In October 1999, Hubble released this striking image of NGC 2440, a complex planetary nebula. The star at the center of NG

Hubble @nasahubble *2h via Twitter #hubbleclassic As a Sun-like star nears the end of it’s life, it can produce a psychedelic work of art in space. The glowing clouds of the Saturn nebula are the cast of outer layers of a dying star about 1400 lig

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#hubbleclassic As a Sun-like star nears the end of its life, it can produce a psychedelic work of art in space. The glowing clouds of the Saturn Nebula are the cast-off outer layers of a dying star about 1,400 light-years from Earth: https://t.co/sIr

20 years ago, Hubble captured this #hubbleclassic image showing the eerie, wispy tendrils of an interstellar cloud being destroyed by the star Merope, one of the brightest members in the Pleiades cluster (also known as the "Seven Sisters"). In this i

BHB2007: A Baby Binary Star in Formation  Image Credit: ALMA (ESO/NAOJ/NRAO), F. O. Alves et al. Explanation: How do binary stars form? To help find out, ESO's Atacama Large Millimeter Array (ALMA) recently captured one of the highest resolution ima

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The dwarf galaxy NGC 4214 is ablaze with young stars and gas clouds. Intricate patterns of glowing hydrogen, cavities blown clear of gas by stellar winds, and bright stellar clusters can be seen in this optical and near-infrared image. Reddish-pink w

Esta foto del telescopio espacial Hubble muestra la galaxia espiral NGC 3717, un remolino polvoriento de estrellas a unos 60 millones de años luz de distancia. La galaxia se encuentra en la dirección de la constelación Hydra, la Serpiente Marina, y e

#hubbleclassic This stunning view of M101, also known as the Pinwheel galaxy, is one of the largest images Hubble has ever captured of a spiral galaxy. Assembled from 51 exposures taken during various studies over nearly ten years, this infrared and

#hubbleclassic Today, Hubble has been in space for a full Saturn year, which is equal to 10,759 Earth days (or about 29.5 Earth years). These images, taken from 1990 to 2019, show how Hubble's views of Saturn have gotten better over time as its camer

Posted @withrepost@nasahubble Did you know that a black hole lurks deep within this #hubbleclassic image of globular cluster M15? The swarm of stars is home to an intermediate-mass black hole, which is a rare type. Supermassive black holes are fou

#hubbleclassic Today, Hubble has been in space for a full Saturn year, which is equal to 10,759 Earth days (or about 29.5 Earth years). These images, taken from 1990 to 2019, show how Hubble's views of Saturn have gotten better over time as its camer

#hubbleclassic Time by time as the technology evolved the cameras on Hubble Space Telescope changed since 1990 to 2019. Hubble has been in space since 29.5 years !

#repost @nasahubble • • • • • • #hubbleclassic Today, Hubble has been in space for a full Saturn year, which is equal to 10,759 Earth days (or about 29.5 Earth years). These images, taken from 1990 to 2019, show how Hubble's views of Saturn have gott

#hubbleclassic Today, Hubble has been in space for a full Saturn year, which is equal to 10,759 Earth days (or about 29.5 Earth years). These images, taken from 1990 to 2019, show how Hubble's views of Saturn have gotten better over time as its camer

#hubbleclassic Today, Hubble has been in space for a full Saturn year, which is equal to 10,759 Earth days (or about 29.5 Earth years). These images, taken from 1990 to 2019, show how Hubble's views of Saturn have gotten better over time as its camer

#hubbleclassic Today, Hubble has been in space for a full Saturn year, which is equal to 10,759 Earth days (or about 29.5 Earth years). These images, taken from 1990 to 2019, show how Hubble's views of Saturn have gotten better over time as its camer

#hubbleclassic Today, Hubble has been in space for a full Saturn year, which is equal to 10,759 Earth days (or about 29.5 Earth years). These images, taken from 1990 to 2019, show how Hubble's views of #saturn have gotten better over time as its came

#repost @nasahubble • • • • • #hubbleclassic Today, Hubble has been in space for a full Saturn year, which is equal to 10,759 Earth days (or about 29.5 Earth years). These images, taken from 1990 to 2019, show how Hubble's views of Saturn have gotten

1mariocarter.com #repost @nasahubble • • • • • • #hubbleclassic The Hubble Space Telescope captured this view of the planet Mars between April 27 and May 6, 1999 (the middle of Martian northern summer), when the Red Planet was about 54 million miles

The Horsehead Nebula  Image Credit & Copyright: José Jiménez Priego Explanation: The Horsehead Nebula is one of the most famous nebulae on the sky. It is visible as the dark indentation to the red emission nebula in the center of the above photograph

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Eksistensi homo sapiens sebagai hewan yang memiliki kemampuan kognitif(berpikir) dalam skala ruang-waktu Alam Semesta, sangat sangat tidak signifikan. Sehingga tidak dapat dan tidak mungkin dapat mengetahui kebenaran absolut. Reposted from @nasahubb

The galaxy pictured in this Hubble image has an especially evocative name: the Medusa merger.Often referred to by its somewhat drier New General Catalogue designation of NGC 4194, this was not always one entity, but two. An early galaxy consumed a sm

You want more information and pictures about the universe? Then share it with your friends and like it! Follow @spaceesa for more Follow @spaceesa for more . About 460 light-years away, Zeta Oph is 65,000 times more luminous than the Sun and would

You like this photo? Comment your opinion and share it with your friends! Follow us @spacexray Follow us @spacexray . About 460 light-years away, Zeta Oph is 65,000 times more luminous than the Sun and would be one of the brighter stars in the sk

NGC 6946 is known as the Fireworks galaxy—10 supernovas have been observed there since 1917, the most of any known galaxy. The stunning spiral is one of the most active star-forming galaxies in the local universe, indicated by the many bright young s

#hubbleclassic This billowing tower of gas and dust rises from a stellar nursery called the Eagle Nebula. The soaring tower is 9.5 light-years (or about 57 trillion miles) high, about twice the distance from our Sun to the next nearest star. Credit:

#repost @nasahubble • • • • • • #hubbleclassic Wrapped in the gaseous remains of supernova explosions, NGC 1850 is a double star cluster in a neighboring galaxy, the Large Magellanic Cloud. A huge collection of stars near the center is accompanied by

Reposted from @nasahubble - #hubbleclassic Dark, wispy clouds of gas and dust are giving birth to new stars 6,400 light-years away in the Monkey Head Nebula (NGC 2174). Hubble captured this infrared view of a small part of the nebula 5 years ago for

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Reposted from @thehubblespacetelescope The Helix Nebula is so named because it also appears that you are looking down the axis of a helix. In actuality, it is now understood to have a surprisingly complex geometry, including radial filaments and ext

buonanotte #repost @nasahubble ・・・ Did you know that a black hole lurks deep within this #hubbleclassic image of globular cluster M15? The swarm of stars is home to an intermediate-mass black hole, which is a rare type. Supermassive black holes are

You want more information and pictures about the universe? Then share it with your friends and like it! Follow @spaceesa for more Follow @spaceesa for more . The Helix Nebula is so named because it also appears that you are looking down the axis o

You like this photo? Comment your opinion and share it with your friends! Follow us @spacexray Follow us @spacexray . The Helix Nebula is so named because it also appears that you are looking down the axis of a helix. In actuality, it is now unde

Follow us @thehubblespacetelescope What do you think of this supernova? Tag someone who would love it! The Helix Nebula is so named because it also appears that you are looking down the axis of a helix. In actuality, it is now understood to have a s

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#hubbleclassic #otd in 2001, a global dust storm was raging on Mars. These Hubble images show Mars on June 26, 2001, before the storm began (left), and on September 4, 2001, in the midst of the storm (right). For more information on Hubble, follow th

Posted by • @nasahubble Bir küresel kara delik M15'in #hubbleclassic görüntüsünün içinde gizlendiğini biliyor muydunuz? Yıldız sürüsü, nadir görülen bir tür olan orta kütleli bir kara deliğe ev sahipliği yapar. Süper kütleli kara delikler galaksile

You like this photo? Comment your opinion and share it with your friends! Follow us @spacexray Follow us @spacexray . Spanning 100 light years across while lying only about 5000 light years distant, the Lagoon Nebula is so big and bright that it

You want more information and pictures about the universe? Then share it with your friends and like it! Follow @spaceesa for more Follow @spaceesa for more . Spanning 100 light years across while lying only about 5000 light years distant, the Lago

#repost @nasahubble ・・・ #otd 20 years ago, Hubble captured this #hubbleclassic image showing the eerie, wispy tendrils of an interstellar cloud being destroyed by the star Merope, one of the brightest members in the Pleiades cluster (also known as th

What do you think of this supernova? Tag someone who would love it! Over 60,000 light years across, the Whirlpool Galaxy is a captivating spiral galaxy located about 27 million light years from Earth. Drifting through #space  behind the Whirlpool Gal

#otd 20 years ago, Hubble captured this #hubbleclassic image showing the eerie, wispy tendrils of an interstellar cloud being destroyed by the star Merope, one of the brightest members in the Pleiades cluster (also known as the "Seven Sisters"). go.n

You like this photo? Comment your opinion and share it with your friends! Follow us @spacexray Follow us @spacexray Formed in the interstellar cloud a mere 4 million years ago, the intensely hot, bright cluster stars energize the glowing gas. Co

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#otd 20 years ago, Hubble captured this #hubbleclassic image showing the eerie, wispy tendrils of an interstellar cloud being destroyed by the star Merope, one of the brightest members in the Pleiades cluster (also known as the "Seven Sisters"). In t

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You want more information and pictures about the universe? Then share it with your friends and like it! Follow @spaceesa for more Follow @spaceesa for more The Tadpoles of IC 410 This telescopic close-up shows off the otherwise faint emission nebu

Reposted from @nasahubble - Pulsars are cosmic lighthouses, dense stars that sweep beams of radiation across the universe as they spin. This #hubbleclassic , combining 9 months of Hubble images, shows rings, wisps & jets around the Crab Nebula pulsar

You like this photo? Comment your opinion and share it with your friends! Follow us @spacexray Follow us @spacexray The  NGC 6543 or Cat's Eye Nebula  is a relatively bright planetary nebula in the northern constellation of Draco, discovered by W

You want more information and pictures about the universe? Then share it with your friends and like it! Follow @spaceesa for more Follow @spaceesa for more The  NGC 6543 or Cat's Eye Nebula  is a relatively bright planetary nebula in the northern c

#otd 20 years ago, Hubble captured this #hubbleclassic image showing the eerie, wispy tendrils of an interstellar cloud being destroyed by the star Merope, one of the brightest members in the Pleiades cluster (also known as the "Seven Sisters"). In t

#hubbleclassic in 2001, a global dust storm was raging on Mars. These Hubble shows Mars on June 26, 2001, before the storm began ( left ) and on September 4, 2001, in the midst of the storm ( right ). • Credits: @nasa /James Bell ( Cornell Universit

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