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Twelve jaw-droppingly beautiful pictures of space

(Picture: Nasa, ESA and the Hubble Heritage Team) A pair of interacting galaxies called Arp 273. Nasa believes the smaller galaxy has passed through the larger one, causing the ripple effect.

In the Center of Spiral Galaxy NGC 5033

"There are so many chances, so many worlds, pouring down on us. Like most people I take no notice and let them flow away, aeons breaking back into the universes where they were made. We are universes dripping with worlds. All we have to do is choose. " - Jeanette Winterson. Photo: Newly discovered galaxy, SMM J2135-0102

Hubble snaps close-up of the Tarantula Hubble has taken this stunning close-up shot of part of the Tarantula Nebula. This star-forming region of ionised hydrogen gas is in the Large Magellanic Cloud, a small galaxy which neighbours the Milky Way. It is home to many extreme conditions including supernova remnants and the heaviest star ever found. The Tarantula Nebula is the most luminous nebula of its type in the local Universe.

Stunning images taken on Nasa Cassini spacecraft's mission to Saturn

#Saturn and #Titan. All these things are happening right now on earth - people…

Moon shown in highest resolution yet in image made of 32,000 pictures

Mr Wojczynski used specialised telescopic equipment to capture the image, shown above slig...

Scientists claim there ARE parallel universes... and the timelines on each one can interact

The team of researchers claim that there are multiple, interacting universes - some very different from our own

Spring time on Mars: Nasa's Rover Opportunity wakes up from winter sleep to incredible view over misty blue Endeavour crater

Mars Rover Opportunity | Shadow over Mars: Nasa's Rover Opportunity 'sees itself' as it looks ...

Spectacular Hubble Photo of a Dying Star's Colorful Demise

Hubble image of NGC 5189. Image credit: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA)