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Day: May 7, 2017

Perfect View of Galaxy Hubble telescope picture

Perfect View of Galaxy Hubble telescope picture

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Perfect View of Galaxy Hubble picture The Hubble telescope has snapped this remarkable Perfect view of a perfectly Viewed  'edge-on' galaxy, NGC 4013. This new Hubble picture reveals with exquisite detail huge clouds of dust and gas extending along, as well as far above, the galaxy's main disk. NGC 4013 is a spiral galaxy, similar to our Milky Way, lying some 55 million light-years from Earth in the direction of the constellation Ursa Major. Viewed face-on, it would look like a nearly circular pinwheel, but NGC 4013 happens to be seen edge-on from our vantage point. Even at 55 million light-years, the galaxy is larger than Hubble's field of view, and the image shows only a little more than half of the object, albeit with unprecedented detail. Credit: NASA/ESA and The Hubble Heritage
Image eagle nebula, m16 pillars of creation hubble Space Telescope

Image eagle nebula, m16 pillars of creation hubble Space Telescope

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eagle nebula, m16 pillars of creation hubble A Now Famous Picture From The Hubble Space Telescope Featured Pillars Of Creation,Star Forming Colums Of Gas And Dust Light Years Long Inside M16,The Eagle Nebula.This Composite Image Views The Nearby Stellar Nursery A Panoramic Exploration Of Interstellar Clouds Along Along The Plane Of Our Milky Way Galaxy.The Eagle Nebula Is Some 6.500 Light Years Distant And Lies Towards The Constellation Serpens Cauda ( The Tail Of The Snake ). hershel image eagle nebula, m16 pillars of creation hubble MESSIER 16 The Hubble has shown us what happens when all the gas boils away and only the EGGs are left. “It’s a bit like a wind storm in the desert,” said Hester. “As the wind blows away the lighter sand, heavier rocks buried in the sand are uncovered. Bu
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