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Galactic Dust Cloud

A massive black hole hidden at the center of nearby galaxy, Centaurus A, feeds on a smaller galaxy in a spectacular collision. Smash It Up Credit: NASA/ESA/STScI /

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The Horsehead Nebula is a cloud of ionized-hydrogen in the constellation Orion. These clouds are lit from within by young, hot stars. The interstellar dust absorbs the light from part of the ionized cloud creating this beautiful contrast. Image Credit: NA

Stratocumulus Clouds Over Pacific

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Stratocumulus Clouds Over Pacific (Jan. photos by Expedition 34 crew members aboard the International Space Station, above the northwestern Pacific Ocean about 460 miles east of northern Honshu, Japan.

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Artist impression of the debris disk around HD This adolescent star system shows signs that in its outer reaches, swarms of Pluto-size objects are jostling nearby smaller objects, causing them to collide and “kick up” considerable dust.

This view shows part of the very active star-forming region around the Tarantula Nebula in the Large Magellanic Cloud, a small neighbour of the Milky Way. At the upper left is the brilliant but isolated star VFTS 682 and at the lower right is the very rich star cluster R 136.

Part of the active star-forming region around the Tarantula Nebula in the Large Magellanic Cloud, a small neighbour of the Milky Way. At the upper left is the brilliant star VFTS 682 and at the lower right is the star cluster R

Earth Science POD: The photo above showing the Milky Way stretching across the desert sky and a distant monsoon thunderstorm on the horizon was captured just outside of Dead Horse Point State Park in Utah.

This photo of the Milky Way aligned with a distant monsoon thunderstorm was captured by Bret Webster outside of Utah's Dead Horse Point State Park. See more from Earth Science Picture of the Day.

The Earth by night

The amazing beauty of the earth at night takes my breath away. It reminds me of how small we are and even how small the earth is within this amazing universe God created.

Black Holes May Shape Galaxies (NASA, Chandra, Hubble, 03/03/10)

A composite image of NGC one of the nearest and brightest galaxies containing a rapidly growing supermassive black hole. (via Chandra) Chandra :: Photo Album :: NGC 1068 :: March 2010

The Red Spider Nebula (NGC 6537) is a “butterfly” or bipolar (two-lobed) planetary nebula located near the heart of the Milky Way, in the northwest of the Sagittarius constellation. - Bing Images

Comment Below Credit : The Red Spider Nebula: Surfing in Sagittarius - not for the faint-hearted!,Credit: ESA & Garrelt Mellema (Leiden University, the Netherlands)

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