Wow! The Most Amazing Images in Science This Week | LiveScience - a "cosmic caterpillar" nearly 6 trillion miles long slinking through deepspace

Wow! The Most Amazing Images in Science This Week | LiveScience - a "cosmic caterpillar" nearly 6 trillion miles long slinking through deepspace

We got to the moon with a computer less powerful than your cell phone. Humanity is truly incredible.

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We got to the moon with a computer less powerful than your cell phone. Humanity is truly incredible.

A torrent of radiation from the hot stars in the cluster NGC 346, at the centre of this Hubble image, eats into denser areas around it, creating a fantasy sculpture of dust and gas. The dark, intricately beaded edge of the ridge, seen in silhouette, is particularly dramatic. It contains several small dust globules that point back towards the central cluster, like windsocks caught in a gale.

A torrent of radiation from the hot stars in the cluster NGC 346, at the centre of this Hubble image, eats into denser areas around it, creating a fantasy sculpture of dust and gas. The dark, intricately beaded edge of the ridge, seen in silhouette, is particularly dramatic. It contains several small dust globules that point back towards the central cluster, like windsocks caught in a gale.

if i find in myself desires which nothing in this world can satisfy, the only logical explanation is that i was made for another world

if i find in myself desires which nothing in this world can satisfy, the only logical explanation is that i was made for another world

NGC 602

NGC 602

"Scientists have constructed a plausible, empirically founded narrative of the history of the cosmos and of life on Earth. But when scientists insist that they have solved, or will soon solve, all mysteries, including the biggest mystery of all, they do a disservice to science; they become the mirror images of the religious fundamentalists they despise. Comte was wrong about how science is limited, but not that it is limited."

"Scientists have constructed a plausible, empirically founded narrative of the history of the cosmos and of life on Earth. But when scientists insist that they have solved, or will soon solve, all mysteries, including the biggest mystery of all, they do a disservice to science; they become the mirror images of the religious fundamentalists they despise. Comte was wrong about how science is limited, but not that it is limited."

Merope Nebula (NGC 1435)

Merope Nebula (NGC 1435)

NGC 7714 es una galaxia espiral en la constelación de Piscis. Fue descubierto por John Herschel el 18 de septiembre 183

NGC 7714 es una galaxia espiral en la constelación de Piscis. Fue descubierto por John Herschel el 18 de septiembre 183

The Eyes NGC 4435 and NGC 4438

The Eyes NGC 4435 and NGC 4438

La Nébuleuse de l'Oeuf en lumière polarisée

La Nébuleuse de l'Oeuf en lumière polarisée

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