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M31 Andromeda Galaxy TMB80SS triplet, imaged using QHY8L Mount: CGEM Guide camera:QHY5L-II

Andromeda Galaxy triplet, imaged using Mount: CGEM Guide

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The Majestic Messier ~ 104 Sombrero Galaxy Photo By: Hubble Space Telescope NASA. My favorite galaxy, just for the vastness of the view.

Galaxy Classification

Galactic Evolution: How Galaxies are Classified by Type Infographic is one of the best Infographics created in the Science category. Check out Galactic Evolution: How Galaxies are Classified by Type now!

Mind-Blowing Photos Of Space From The Hubble Telescope -- Young, blue star clusters.  (Reuters / NASA)

42 Mind-Blowing Photos Of Space From The Hubble Telescope

leighway: “ Firestorm of Star Birth in Galaxy Centaurus A Resembling looming rain clouds on a stormy day, dark lanes of dust crisscross the giant elliptical galaxy Centaurus A. Hubble’s panchromatic.

Different types of galaxies:

A colorful collection of galaxy specimens from NASA's Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer mission showcases galaxies of several types, from elegant grand design spirals to more patchy flocculent spirals.

Imager: QHY8L Mount CGEM Guder: KWIQ Guder with QHY5L-ii Reducer: Celestron…

Imager: Mount CGEM Guder: KWIQ Guder with Reducer: Celestron 15 subs at 480 seconds

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.

Hubble Cone Nebula Photo

A detail of the Cone Nebula photographed by the Hubble Space Telescope. This photo from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope shows an ominous pillar of gas and dust kn

- * Asteroid 27072011 * - Two years ago, astronomers discovered Asteroid 27072011 (2010 TK7), the first Trojan asteroid sharing Earth's orbit around the sun. Trojans are asteroids that share the orbit of a planet, occupying stable positions known as Lagrangian points; the 5 positions in an orbital configuration where a small object affected only by gravity can theoretically be part of a constant-shape pattern with 2 larger objects (such as a satellite with the Earth and Moon) -

216 Kleopatra is an M-class main belt asteroid that was the first ever to have its shape imaged by ground-based radar.

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