Optical imaging of the Very-High-Energy ( VHE ) gamma-ray photons streaming out-of the Galactic Center of the Universe near Centaurus A, is a serious planetary atmosphere killer so, 'when is it expected to impact Earth'? Read more, at: http://conceptactivityresearchvault.wordpress.com/2011/06/08/vatican-observatory-intelligence AND http://conceptactivityresearchvault.wordpress.com/2011/03/17/secret-locations

Optical imaging of the Very-High-Energy ( VHE ) gamma-ray photons streaming out-of the Galactic Center of the Universe near Centaurus A, is a serious planetary atmosphere killer so, 'when is it expected to impact Earth'? Read more, at: http://conceptactivityresearchvault.wordpress.com/2011/06/08/vatican-observatory-intelligence AND http://conceptactivityresearchvault.wordpress.com/2011/03/17/secret-locations

Galactic center of the Universe depicting Centaurus A from where extremely hot and bright blue-white Very High Energy ( VHE ) gamma-ray photon particle pinprick light points have bursted from in a stream that is picking up speed as it races faster and faster across the Universe and believed to eventually impact the Mily Way galaxy where our Earth is located. Read more, at: http://conceptactivityresearchvault.wordpress.com/2011/06/08/vatican-observatory-intelligence

Galactic center of the Universe depicting Centaurus A from where extremely hot and bright blue-white Very High Energy ( VHE ) gamma-ray photon particle pinprick light points have bursted from in a stream that is picking up speed as it races faster and faster across the Universe and believed to eventually impact the Mily Way galaxy where our Earth is located. Read more, at: http://conceptactivityresearchvault.wordpress.com/2011/06/08/vatican-observatory-intelligence

The center of our Milky Way Galaxy is hidden from the prying eyes of optical telescopes by clouds of obscuring dust and gas. But the Spitzer Space Telescope's infrared cameras, penetrate much of the dust revealing the stars of the crowded galactic center region. Stars are packed together and race around the supermassive black hole that lies at the center. Our sun is located 26,000 light-years away in a more peaceful, spacious neighborhood, out in the galactic suburbs.

The center of our Milky Way Galaxy is hidden from the prying eyes of optical telescopes by clouds of obscuring dust and gas. But the Spitzer Space Telescope's infrared cameras, penetrate much of the dust revealing the stars of the crowded galactic center region. Stars are packed together and race around the supermassive black hole that lies at the center. Our sun is located 26,000 light-years away in a more peaceful, spacious neighborhood, out in the galactic suburbs.

Galactic Center Activations 2017 – Huna Varuna

Galactic Center Activations 2017 – Huna Varuna

Late last summer as the MW season was closing I found myself driving frantically around a small town atop a local mountain searching for skies dark enough to grab one last look at the galactic center. I finally gave up pulling over and snapping a few shots by the side of the road.[OC][3648x5472] http://ift.tt/2qpSJfn

Late last summer as the MW season was closing I found myself driving frantically around a small town atop a local mountain searching for skies dark enough to grab one last look at the galactic center. I finally gave up pulling over and snapping a few shots by the side of the road.[OC][3648x5472] http://ift.tt/2qpSJfn

The Milky Way’s Center seen in Infrared | This dazzling infrared image from NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope shows hundreds of thousands of stars crowded into the swirling core of our spiral Milky Way galaxy. In visible-light pictures, this region cannot be seen at all because dust lying between Earth and the galactic center blocks our view.  Credit: NASA/Spitzer

The Milky Way’s Center seen in Infrared | This dazzling infrared image from NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope shows hundreds of thousands of stars crowded into the swirling core of our spiral Milky Way galaxy. In visible-light pictures, this region cannot be seen at all because dust lying between Earth and the galactic center blocks our view. Credit: NASA/Spitzer

Radio image of the Galactic Center - Credit: Kassim et al. Naval Research Lab, APOD: The Galactic Center in Radio Waves

Radio image of the Galactic Center - Credit: Kassim et al. Naval Research Lab, APOD: The Galactic Center in Radio Waves

27 Diy Galaxy Jars

29 DIY Galaxy Projects And Tutorials Inspired By The Outer Space

Figure 1: Age distribution for a sample of red giant stars ranging from the galactic center to the outskirts of the Milky Way, analyzed by Melissa Ness and colleagues. The sample is embedded in a simulation of a Milky Way-like galaxy. Age is color coded, with the youngest stars shown in blue, the oldest stars in red, and middle-aged stars in green. The age distribution, including the obvious fact that the oldest stars are concentrated closer to the galactic center, confirms current models of…

Figure 1: Age distribution for a sample of red giant stars ranging from the galactic center to the outskirts of the Milky Way, analyzed by Melissa Ness and colleagues. The sample is embedded in a simulation of a Milky Way-like galaxy. Age is color coded, with the youngest stars shown in blue, the oldest stars in red, and middle-aged stars in green. The age distribution, including the obvious fact that the oldest stars are concentrated closer to the galactic center, confirms current models of…

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