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Hubble Ultra Deep Field galaxies
Hubble Ultra Deep Field galaxies
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Messier objects, full set
Messier objects, full set
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Cosmic microwave background
Cosmic microwave background
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Antennae colliding galaxies, Hubble image
Antennae colliding galaxies, Hubble image
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Whirlpool galaxy
Whirlpool galaxy
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Very distant galaxies
Very distant galaxies
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HST deep-view of several very distant galaxies
HST deep-view of several very distant galaxies
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Lensed galaxies
Lensed galaxies
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Whirlpool galaxy (M51)
Whirlpool galaxy (M51)
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Andromeda galaxy
Andromeda galaxy
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Observing the Universe, conceptual image
Observing the Universe, conceptual image
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Interacting galaxies Arp 147, HST image
Interacting galaxies Arp 147, HST image
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Andromeda galaxy Featured Image

Andromeda galaxy

Andromeda galaxy (M31), optical image. Thegalaxy comprises a central nucleus surrounded byspiral arms. The nucleus appears more yellow thanthe spiral arms as it contains a higher proportionof dust and older, redder stars. Two smallsatellite galaxies are associated with Andromeda, M32 (NGC 221), the fuzzy blob at lower right, andM110 (NGC 205), the bright star-like pointimmediately left of Andromeda's nucleus. TheAndromeda galaxy is the closest major galaxy toour own Milky Way, lying just over two millionlight years away. It is also about half as largeagain as the Milky Way, with a span of over150, 000 light years. The galaxy takes its namefrom the constellation Andromeda, in which is itfound

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Interacting galaxies NGC 5257 and 5258
Interacting galaxies NGC 5257 and 5258
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Star birth in the early universe
Star birth in the early universe
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Dark matter gravitational lensing
Dark matter gravitational lensing
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Edwin Hubble, US astronomer
Edwin Hubble, US astronomer
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Interacting galaxies
Interacting galaxies
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Milky Way
Milky Way
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Dark matter distribution
Dark matter distribution
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Bullet cluster (1E 0657-56)
Bullet cluster (1E 0657-56)
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A Cosmic Magnifying Glass
A Cosmic Magnifying Glass
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Time warp, conceptual image
Time warp, conceptual image
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Torus universe, artwork
Torus universe, artwork
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Halo stars in Andromeda Galaxy
Halo stars in Andromeda Galaxy
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A Cosmic Magnifying Glass Featured Image

A Cosmic Magnifying Glass

Scanning the heavens for the first time since the successful December 1999 servicing mission, NASA's Hubble Space Telescope imaged a giant, cosmic magnifying glass, a massive cluster of galaxies called Abell 2218. This hefty cluster resides in the constellation Draco, some 2 billion light-years from Earth. The cluster is so massive that its enormous gravitational field deflects light rays passing through it, much as an optical lens bends light to form an image. This phenomenon, called gravitational lensing, magnifies, brightens, and distorts images from faraway objects. The cluster's magnifying powers provides a powerful "zoom lens" for viewing distant galaxies that could not normally be observed with the largest telescopes. The picture is dominated by spiral and elliptical galaxies. Resembling a string of tree lights, the biggest and brightest galaxies are members of the foreground cluster. Researchers are intrigued by a tiny red dot just left of top center. This dot may be an extremely remote object made visible by the cluster's magnifying powers. Further investigation is needed to confirm the object's identity. The color picture already reveals several arc-shaped features that are embedded in the cluster and cannot be easily seen in the black-and- white image. The colors in this picture yield clues to the ages, distances, and temperatures of stars, the stuff of galaxies. Blue pinpoints hot young stars. The yellow-white color of several of the galaxies represents the combined light of many stars. Red identifies cool stars, old stars, and the glow of stars in distant galaxies. This view is only possible by combining Hubble's unique image quality with the rare lensing effect provided by the magnifying cluster

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Colliding galaxies, artwork
Colliding galaxies, artwork
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Quiver tree (Aloe dichotoma) with the Milky Way at night, and light pollution
Quiver tree (Aloe dichotoma) with the Milky Way at night, and light pollution
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Pleiades or Seven Sisters (Messier 45 aka M45) in Taurus Constellation
Pleiades or Seven Sisters (Messier 45 aka M45) in Taurus Constellation
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Universe timeline, artwork
Universe timeline, artwork
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Overlapping galaxies, HST image
Overlapping galaxies, HST image
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Particle tracks on galaxies
Particle tracks on galaxies
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Brain
Brain
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Evolution of the Universe, artwork
Evolution of the Universe, artwork
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Star Clusters
Star Clusters
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Herschels observations of galaxies
Herschels observations of galaxies
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Map of galactic supercluster distribution
Map of galactic supercluster distribution
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Oscillating universe theory, artwork
Oscillating universe theory, artwork
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Particle tracks on galaxies

Particle tracks and cosmology. Computer illustration of subatomic particle tracks (white spirals) seen with galaxies behind them. The tracks result from charged particles moving through a bubble chamber containing a superheated liquid. Ionisation of the liquid by the particles causes it to boil, so that tracks of minute bubbles are left in their wake. Each particle makes a distinct track, such as the spirals made by electrons and positrons. Galaxies are independent groups of stars bound together by mutual gravitational attraction. Particle physics has revealed the basic structure of the atoms which form everything in the universe

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Thomas Wright, British astronomer
Thomas Wright, British astronomer
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Big Bang and early galaxies
Big Bang and early galaxies
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Stephans quintet
Stephans quintet
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Optical image of galaxies in the Virgo cluster
Optical image of galaxies in the Virgo cluster
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The Milky Way with Saturn and Jupiter in the night sky over Kimmeridge Bay
The Milky Way with Saturn and Jupiter in the night sky over Kimmeridge Bay
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Stargate 2020
Stargate 2020
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Oak tree (Quercus robur) silhouetted against night sky with stars
Oak tree (Quercus robur) silhouetted against night sky with stars
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Oak tree (Quercus robur) silhouetted against night sky with stars
Oak tree (Quercus robur) silhouetted against night sky with stars
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Milky Way over an English oak tree (Quercus robur), at night, Brecon Beacons National
Milky Way over an English oak tree (Quercus robur), at night, Brecon Beacons National
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Wild boar (Sus scrofa) at night with the milky way in the background, Gyulaj, Tolna
Wild boar (Sus scrofa) at night with the milky way in the background, Gyulaj, Tolna
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Stars and Milky Way over Durdle Door and the Jurassic Coast, with the lights of Weymouth
Stars and Milky Way over Durdle Door and the Jurassic Coast, with the lights of Weymouth
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Milky-way over hoodoo rock formations in the Canadian badlands, Drumheller, Alberta
Milky-way over hoodoo rock formations in the Canadian badlands, Drumheller, Alberta
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