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23066 303 Jan 11, 2018
Hahtag #hubble: This visualization is an excerpt from a longer

This visualization is an excerpt from a longer sequence that explores the Orion Nebula using both visible and infrared light. Two correlated computer models were created based on visible-light observations from the Hubble Space Telescope and infrared-light observations from the Spitzer Space Telescope. As the camera flies into the star-forming region, the sequence cross-fades back and forth between the visible and infrared views. The glowing gaseous landscape has been illuminated and carved by the high-energy radiation and strong stellar winds from the massive hot stars in the central cluster. The infrared observations generally show cooler temperature gas at a deeper layer of the nebula that extends well beyond the visible image. In addition, the infrared showcases many faint stars that shine primarily at longer wavelengths. The higher resolution visible observations show finer details including the wispy bow shocks and tadpole-shaped proplyds. In this manner, the movie illustrates the contrasting features uncovered by multi-wavelength astronomy. Credit: NASA/Hubble 231

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Hahtag #hubble: NEW! - @NASA Space Telescopes Provide a 3D Journey

NEW! - Space Telescopes Provide a 3D Journey Through the Orion Nebula 🚀 - Full video on our FB page (bio) Credit: . #3D

368 4 Jan 19, 2018
Hahtag #hubble: NGC1931 goes by two names: the little Orion

NGC1931 goes by two names: the little Orion Nebula and the Fly. It's a young 🌟 cluster embedded in gas that both glows on its own, and reflects the light of those nearby stars. nomy nomia photography photos  

1233 3 Jan 8, 2018
Hahtag #hubble: Celebrate National Bubble Bath Day the #Hubble way!

Celebrate National Bubble Bath Day the way! Wolf-Rayet nebulas like this one are often ring shaped and surround some of the universe’s hottest, brightest stars. When these stars eject their outer layers of hydrogen, it interacts with the star’s strong winds, creating the nebula. Credit: ESA/Hubble and NASA.

469 6 Jan 19, 2018
Hahtag #hubble: Impactante! 
Quasar:  Se cree que son Galaxias activas

Impactante! Quasar: Se cree que son Galaxias activas en su formación inicial. El Agujero Negro Supermasivo en su centro devora toda la materia en su cercanía, la que cae como un remolino de gas super caliente hacia el agujero negro. Esto produce la mayor cantidad de energía conocida, es tanta que el agujero negro no puede tratarla toda y emitiendo así chorros de material por ambos polos a altísimas temperaturas y velocidades, igual que un vaso al que se rebasa y deja salir chorros de agua a gran velocidad. Repost s hangout telescope

23294 111 Jan 9, 2018
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Classic NGC 1300 is a stunning example of a barred spiral galaxy, with arms that do not spiral all the way into the galaxy’s center but are connected to the ends of a straight bar of stars extending from the galactic core. In this image, released 13 years ago this week, Hubble reveals star clusters, blue and red supergiant stars, and star-forming regions along the spiral arms, as well as dust lanes that trace out fine structures in the disk and bar. In the core of the larger spiral structure of NGC 1300, the nucleus displays its own extraordinary and distinct "grand-design" spiral structure. In the background of the image, far more distant galaxies can be seen, even through the densest regions of NGC 1300. Credit:NASA/Hubble

1931 22 Jan 7, 2018
Hahtag #hubble: The Space Telescope was used to capture imagery

The Space Telescope was used to capture imagery of supernova SN 2014J, located in the M82 galaxy. _________________________ Credit: NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center/Katrina Jackson ( ) _________________________ goddard club

220 2 Jan 14, 2018
Hahtag #hubble: Buscar planetas fuera de nuestro sistema solar, tambié

Buscar planetas fuera de nuestro sistema solar, también conocidos como exoplanetas, se volvió un poco más complicado. Los científicos suelen buscar patrones como anillos, arcos y espirales en discos de polvo y gas alrededor de estrellas jóvenes porque esos patrones a menudo se consideran una señal de que un planeta invisible orbita una estrella. Pero esta nueva simulación muestra que los planetas no son la única explicación: el polvo y el gas en el disco también pueden interactuar para crear esos patrones. La luz de la estrella elimina el polvo de los electrones, lo que calienta el gas, lo que atrapa más polvo y crea un ciclo. Los montones de polvo crecen en espirales, anillos y arcos. No hay planetas necesarios. Por supuesto, los planetas aún podrían ser la causa, ¡pero el nuevo estudio advierte contra saltar a conclusiones! Crédito: / Alex Richert

2606 13 Jan 18, 2018
Hahtag #hubble: WOW! Phobos photobombed Planet Mars. Captured by @nasahubble
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WOW! Phobos photobombed Planet Mars. Captured by . 🎥 Credit: NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope _______________________________ telescope mars ary graphy club

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NGC 3521: Galaxy in a Bubble . ~Gorgeous spiral galaxy NGC 3521 is a mere 35 million light-years away, toward the constellation Leo. Relatively bright in planet Earth's sky, NGC 3521 is easily visible in small telescopes but often overlooked by amateur imagers in favor of other Leo spiral galaxies, like M66 and M65. It's hard to overlook in this colorful cosmic portrait, though. Spanning some 50,000 light-years the galaxy sports characteristic patchy, irregular spiral arms laced with dust, pink star forming regions, and clusters of young, blue stars. Remarkably, this deep image also finds NGC 3521 embedded in gigantic bubble-like shells. The shells are likely tidal debris, streams of stars torn from satellite galaxies that have undergone mergers with NGC 3521 in the distant past. (APOD) Image Credit & Copyright: R Jay Gabany (Blackbird Obs.), Collaboration: David Martinez-Delgado (MPIA, IAC), et al. beyond telescope hangout 3521 lovers isawesome galaxy

4 0 Jan 20, 2018

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2 0 Jan 20, 2018

with ・・・ Solar flares occur when sped up charged particles, mainly electrons, interact with plasma medium. Research suggests that a phenomenon known as 'magnetic reconnection' leads to the huge acceleration of charge particles. The sun has a very complex magnetic field, and occasionally a series of closely occurring loops will interact. When a magnetic loop reconnects with another loop, a vast amount of energy is released and particles are launched into space. A major event can emit up to 1.0e25 joules, the equivalent of approx. 1 billion megatons of TNT. This image shows a long filament of solar material that erupted out into space on August 31, 2012, and ultimately caused an aurora on Earth on September 3, 2012. 🌞🌞🌞 If you find AstroDaily useful and educational, you can support it by buying me a cup of coffee via: ko-fi.com/astronomy (clickable link in bio). Photo credit: SDO, NASA

619 4 Jan 20, 2018

The Hubble Space Telescope is the only telescope designed to be serviced in space by astronauts. . . If you love space exploration and the goosebumps the unknown brings, watch NASA’s Unexplained Files ton. @ 10p. . . sunexplained sunexplained files isfun channel

7 0 Jan 20, 2018

By Glowing wisps of outpouring gas, lit up by a central star nearing the end of its life, looks like a colorful holiday ornament in space. This image, captured by our Hubble Space Telescope ( ), shows the vivid blue and red hues of a planetary nebula that is located about 11,000 light-years from Earth. When a star ages and the red giant phase of its life comes to an end, it starts to eject layers of gas from its surface leaving behind a hot and compact white dwarf. Sometimes this ejection results in elegantly symmetric patterns of glowing gas, but this planetary nebula is much less structured. Planetary nebulae are one of the main ways in which elements heavier than hydrogen and helium are dispersed into space after their creation in the hearts of stars. Eventually some of this out-flung material may form new stars and planets. In this iamge, the vivid blue and red hues come from material including ionized oxygen and hydrogen glowing under the action of the fierce ultraviolet radiation from the still hot central star. Credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA

16 1 Jan 20, 2018

Helps me get my geek on. "'The purpose of life is finding the largest burden you can bear and bearing it.'-Jordan B Peterson. Although this page largely consists of astronomy education, my deeper motive for it is to expose the true beauty of learning. I have said it before, but I will continue to emphasize that our ability to learn is all that we have. From scientific endeavors to the enigmatic feeling of love, the entirety of human existence is one large learning experience. We all know that learning is difficult, and inherent in the process of learning is suffering. The fact that we voluntarily subject ourselves to this suffering says a great deal about our motivation as a species. I hope that along with educating you, this page provides you with inspiration to keep learning and teaching others. Photo credit: HST, NASA/ESA"

3 0 Jan 20, 2018

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from by ••• NGC 3521: Galaxy in a Bubble . “Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you:” . Gorgeous spiral galaxy NGC 3521 is a mere 35 million light-years away, toward the constellation Leo. Relatively bright in planet Earth's sky, NGC 3521 is easily visible in small telescopes but often overlooked by amateur imagers in favor of other Leo spiral galaxies, like M66 and M65. It's hard to overlook in this colorful cosmic portrait, though. Spanning some 50,000 light-years the galaxy sports characteristic patchy, irregular spiral arms laced with dust, pink star forming regions, and clusters of young, blue stars. Remarkably, this deep image also finds NGC 3521 embedded in gigantic bubble-like shells. The shells are likely tidal debris, streams of stars torn from satellite galaxies that have undergone mergers with NGC 3521 in the distant past. © NASA (APOD) . text beyond telescope hangout lovers

22 0 Jan 20, 2018

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269 4 Jan 20, 2018

. The is one of brightest and closest examples of a , a gas cloud created at the end of the life of a Sun-like . The Helix , given a technical designation of , lies about 700 light-years away towards the constellation of the Water Bearer () and spans about 2.5 light-years. The featured picture was taken with the Canada-France-Hawaii () located atop a dormant volcano in , USA. –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– سحابی چشم خدا (سحابی پیچار یا هلیکس) یکی از درخشان‌ترین و نزدیک‌ترین نمونه‌ها از ‌ های سیاره‌نماست، ابرهایی از گاز که در پایان زندگی ستارگان خورشیدسان پدید می‌آید. که با عنوان رده‌بندی ان‌جی‌سی ۷۲۹۳ هم شناخته می‌شود، با فاصله‌ی حدود ۷۰۰ سال نوری از زمین، در راستای صورت فلکی دلو (آبریز) جای دارد. گستردگی‌ این سحابی نیز به حدود ۲.۵ سال نوری می‌رسد. این عکس از پشت تلسکوپ کانادا-فرانسه-هاوایی (CFHT) که بر فراز یک آتشفشان خاموش در هاوایی آمریکاست گرفته شده. . ترجمه از: وبلاگ یک ستاره در هفت آسمان –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– # plz double tab if you love it . . via . . .

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Wonderful sunset seen from the Gerlitzen in Carinthia, Austria . wonderland

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Wonderful sunset seen from the Gerlitzen in Carinthia, Austria . wonderland

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Wonderful sunset seen from the Gerlitzen in Carinthia, Austria . wonderland

13 1 Jan 20, 2018

More garden . Tonight, the . Impressed by the capabilities of our improvised telescope/camera setup, but definitely planning to launch our own soon.

251 1 Jan 20, 2018

NGC 1275 consists of two galaxies: a main one behind, and a smaller one superimposed in front, in the process of colliding with the larger.

69 0 Jan 20, 2018

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83 5 Jan 20, 2018

Photomanipulation combining an ancient megalithic dolmen from Poulnabrone (Ireland), and a space image of the Orion Nebula. Special thanks to and for generously providing the beautiful space image under a Creative Commons license via www.spacetelescope.org dolmen nebula ic al

17 0 Jan 20, 2018

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64 2 Jan 20, 2018

Galactic wreckage in Stephan's Quintet: A clash among members of a famous galaxy quintet reveals an assortment of stars across a wide colour range, from young, blue stars to aging, red stars. This portrait of Stephan's Quintet, also known as the Hickson Compact Group 92, was taken by the new Wide Field Camera 3 (WFC3) aboard the / Hubble Space Telescope ( hubble ). Stephan's Quintet, as the name implies, is a group of five galaxies. The name, however, is a bit of a misnomer. Studies have shown that group member NGC 7320, at upper left, is actually a foreground galaxy that is about seven times closer to Earth than the rest of the group. Three of the galaxies have distorted shapes, elongated spiral arms, and long, gaseous tidal tails containing myriad star clusters, proof of their close encounters. These interactions have sparked a frenzy of star birth in the central pair of galaxies. This drama is being played out against a rich backdrop of faraway galaxies. The image, taken in visible and near-infrared light, showcases WFC3's broad wavelength range. The colours trace the ages of the stellar populations, showing that star birth occurred at different epochs, stretching over hundreds of millions of years. The camera's infrared vision also peers through curtains of dust to see groupings of stars that cannot be seen in visible light. NGC 7319, at top right, is a barred spiral with distinct spiral arms that follow nearly 180 degrees back to the bar. The blue specks in the spiral arm at the top of NGC 7319 and the red dots just above and to the right of the core are clusters of many thousands of stars. Most of the Quintet is too far away even for Hubble to resolve individual stars. . . . Image Credit & © : , and hubble SM4 ERO Team.

47 0 Jan 20, 2018

La Nebulosa Mariposa puede referirse a una de las siguientes nebulosas: NGC 2346, nebulosa planetaria en la constelación de Monoceros. pic

6 0 Jan 20, 2018

Here's the another saying by "Carl Sagan" 😉🔮 🌈In many places many incredible things are waiting to be not only known but also discovered.By doing exactly this,🔭NASA did it with an area of space believed to be the darkest🌑 part of the sky☁️ and found a ridiculous amount of galaxies🌌 in that spot. So go-ahead & explore the world🌎 near you, may be that incredible🌟 thing will be discovered by you💪🤗 # discovery

558 2 Jan 20, 2018

Solar flares occur when sped up charged particles, mainly electrons, interact with plasma medium. Research suggests that a phenomenon known as 'magnetic reconnection' leads to the huge acceleration of charge particles. The sun has a very complex magnetic field, and occasionally a series of closely occurring loops will interact. When a magnetic loop reconnects with another loop, a vast amount of energy is released and particles are launched into space. A major event can emit up to 1.0e25 joules, the equivalent of approx. 1 billion megatons of TNT. This image shows a long filament of solar material that erupted out into space on August 31, 2012, and ultimately caused an aurora on Earth on September 3, 2012. 🌞🌞🌞 If you find AstroDaily useful and educational, you can support it by buying me a cup of coffee via: ko-fi.com/astronomy (clickable link in bio). Photo credit: SDO, NASA

560 0 Jan 20, 2018

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27 0 Jan 20, 2018

Central Cygnus Skyscape . ~ In cosmic brush strokes of glowing hydrogen gas, this beautiful skyscape unfolds across the plane of our Milky Way Galaxy near the northern end of the Great Rift and the center of the constellation Cygnus the Swan. A 36 panel mosaic of telescopic image data, the scene spans about six degrees. Bright supergiant star Gamma Cygni (Sadr) to the upper left of the image center lies in the foreground of the complex gas and dust clouds and crowded star fields. Left of Gamma Cygni, shaped like two luminous wings divided by a long dark dust lane is IC 1318 whose popular name is understandably the Butterfly Nebula. The more compact, bright nebula at the lower right is NGC 6888, the Crescent Nebula. Some distance estimates for Gamma Cygni place it at around 1,800 light-years while estimates for IC 1318 and NGC 6888 range from 2,000 to 5,000 light-years. Image Credit & Copyright: Robert Gendler, DSS, BYU beyond telescope hangout lovers pictureoftheday medium

135 2 Jan 20, 2018

La mejor imagen que se ha hecho de Marte desde la Tierra!🌎🙌🏼🔭✨🌌 - Nubes heladas de hielo☁️❄️ blanco y tormentas de polvo naranja☔️sobre un paisaje oxidado y vivo revelan a Marte como un planeta dinámico en esta visión👀tan nítida que se haya obtenido con un telescopio terrestre.🔭✨ El telescopio Hubble🛰orbitando la Tierra🌎hizo esta foto cuando Marte estaba a unos 68 millones de km de la Tierra,✨su acercamiento más cercano a nuestro planeta desde 1988. Hubble🛰puede ver detalles tan pequeños como 10 millas (16 km) a través de.👀Especialmente sorprendente es la gran cantidad de actividad de tormenta de polvo estacional que se ve en esta imagen. Un gran sistema de tormentas se agita muy por encima del casquete polar del norte❄️[arriba de la imagen], y una nube☁️de tormenta de polvo más pequeña se puede ver cerca. Otra gran tormenta 🌩 de polvo se está derramando desde la cuenca de impacto gigante Hellas en el Hemisferio Sur [abajo a la derecha].🙌🏼🌌✨😊☄️ - Agradecimientos: J. Bell (Cornell U.), P. James (U. Toledo), M. Wolff (Instituto de Ciencias Espaciales), A. Lubenow (STScI), J. Neubert (MIT / Cornell)👨‍💻👩‍💻⚡️ - Crédito Imagen: NASA / ESA y The Hubble Heritage Team STScI / AURA 🙌🏼🌌✨☄️ • • • Llenastronomia o e Llena

28 0 Jan 20, 2018

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Lying approximately 6,300 light-years from Earth and stretching 10 light-years across, the material ejected from the Crab Nebula is moving at more than 3 million mph (4.8 million kph). Powered by one of nature's most wondrous creation: a spinning neutron star. 👈Swipe Left to Zoom. Roughly 20 kilometers (12 mi) in diameter, the pulsar rotates once every 33 milliseconds, or 30 times each second. The period of the pulsar's rotation is slowing by 38 nanoseconds per day due to the large amounts of energy carried away in the pulsar wind. . Images by hubble .

17 0 Jan 20, 2018

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46 0 Jan 20, 2018

from - NGC 3521: Galaxy in a Bubble . “Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you:” . Gorgeous spiral galaxy NGC 3521 is a mere 35 million light-years away, toward the constellation Leo. Relatively bright in planet Earth's sky, NGC 3521 is easily visible in small telescopes but often overlooked by amateur imagers in favor of other Leo spiral galaxies, like M66 and M65. It's hard to overlook in this colorful cosmic portrait, though. Spanning some 50,000 light-years the galaxy sports characteristic patchy, irregular spiral arms laced with dust, pink star forming regions, and clusters of young, blue stars. Remarkably, this deep image also finds NGC 3521 embedded in gigantic bubble-like shells. The shells are likely tidal debris, streams of stars torn from satellite galaxies that have undergone mergers with NGC 3521 in the distant past. © NASA (APOD) . text beyond telescope hangout lovers

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