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Image credit: Hubble image of spiral galaxy NGC 7714. This is a composite of data capturing a broad range of wavelengths, revealing the correlation of the gas clouds and stars in the galaxy / ESA, NASA & A. Gal-Yam (Weizmann Institute of Science)

Image of Galactic Merger Taken by Hubble

The spiral galaxy NGC 7714, a nearby neighbor of Earth, has moved closely to another galaxy. The Hubble Space Telescope has observed this amazing interaction of such merging pair, known as Arp 284 to the astronomers, because and its spindly arms are spotted to be twisted out of shape and long streams […]

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Image credit: NASA/ESA

Stunning Video Takes You Inside The Largest Photograph Ever

Recently NASA and ESA have published the largest and clearest picture of Andromeda, our galactic neighbor so far. Such picture of 1.5 billion pixel have been captured by the Hubble Space Telescope with each tiny dot of light in the image representing one of 1 trillion stars in the galaxy and many […]

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Image credit: ESA/ Hubble & NASA.

Fantastic Hubble Image of a Star Birth

A really amazing Hubble Space Telescope image has been recently made to public by NASA. This image presents a vivid description of the birth of a star within the Circinus Molecular Cloud Complex, about 2,280 light-years away from our planet. Named as IRAS 14568-6304, the star can be observed under a stunning […]

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Bizarre Planetary Nebulae of Butterfly Shape

Bizarre Planetary Nebulae of Butterfly Shape

An image showing a typical example of a bipolar planetary nebula known as PN Hb 12–also known as Hubble 12—in the constellation of Cassiopeia.   Using the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope with ESO’s New Technology Telescope, astronomers have explored more than 100 planetary nebulae in the central bulge of the […]

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