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"The heavens declare the glory of God;   the skies proclaim the work of His hands." Psalm 19:1

"The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of His hands." Psalm 19:1

n-a-s-a: “  The Majestic Messier-104 (M-104) Sombrero Galaxy Photo By: NASA Hubble Space Telescope ”

n-a-s-a: “ The Majestic Messier-104 (M-104) Sombrero Galaxy Photo By: NASA Hubble Space Telescope ”

ESA’s Herschel infrared space telescope has made an unexpected discovery: a dark hole in space. The hole has provided astronomers with a surprising glimpse into the end of the star-forming process. A cloud of bright reflective gas known to astronomers as NGC 1999 sits next to a black patch of sky. For most of the 20th century, such black patches have been known to be dense clouds of dust and gas that block light from passing through.

ESA’s Herschel infrared space telescope has made an unexpected discovery: a dark hole in space. The hole has provided astronomers with a surprising glimpse into the end of the star-forming process. A cloud of bright reflective gas known to astronomers as NGC 1999 sits next to a black patch of sky. For most of the 20th century, such black patches have been known to be dense clouds of dust and gas that block light from passing through.

This photo from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope shows an ominous pillar of gas and dust known as the Cone Nebula. The image shows the top portion of the nebula that is 2.5 light years in height. The Cone Nebula is 2,500 light-years from Earth in the Monoceros constellation. The red halo of light seen around the pillar is caused when ultraviolet radiation causes hydrogen gas in the nebula to glow.

This photo from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope shows an ominous pillar of gas and dust known as the Cone Nebula. The image shows the top portion of the nebula that is 2.5 light years in height. The Cone Nebula is 2,500 light-years from Earth in the Monoceros constellation. The red halo of light seen around the pillar is caused when ultraviolet radiation causes hydrogen gas in the nebula to glow.

The Veil Nebula is a large supernova remnant, the expanding debris cloud from the death explosion of a massive star.

The Veil Nebula is a large supernova remnant, the expanding debris cloud from the death explosion of a massive star.

In commemoration of NASA's Hubble Space Telescope completing its 100,000th orbit in its 18th year of exploration - Jhonny Birthman - Google+

In commemoration of NASA's Hubble Space Telescope completing its 100,000th orbit in its 18th year of exploration - Jhonny Birthman - Google+

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