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Spiral Galaxy NGC 1672 from Hubble: Spiral galaxy NGC 1672, pictured here, was captured in spectacular detail by the orbiting Hubble Space Telescope. Visible are dark filamentary dust lanes, young clusters of bright blue stars, red emission nebulas of glowing hydrogen gas, a long bright bar of stars across the center, and a bright active nucleus that likely houses a supermassive black hole. NGC 1672 spans about 75,000 light-years across and appears toward the constellation of the…

Spiral Galaxy NGC 1672 from Hubble: Spiral galaxy NGC 1672, pictured here, was captured in spectacular detail by the orbiting Hubble Space Telescope. Visible are dark filamentary dust lanes, young clusters of bright blue stars, red emission nebulas of glowing hydrogen gas, a long bright bar of stars across the center, and a bright active nucleus that likely houses a supermassive black hole. NGC 1672 spans about 75,000 light-years across and appears toward the constellation of the…

Bright Planetary Nebula NGC 7027 from Hubble - Astronomy Picture of the Day, 26 August 2013

Bright Planetary Nebula NGC 7027 from Hubble - Astronomy Picture of the Day, 26 August 2013

Orion Nebula

Orion Nebula

NGC 6240 A giant gas cloud spanning 300,000 light years with a mass of 10 billion Suns inside the galaxy merger system NGC 6240. This collision involves two spiral galaxies about the size of the Milky Way, each containing a supermassive black hole in the center, which are on their way to form an even more massive black hole.

NGC 6240 A giant gas cloud spanning 300,000 light years with a mass of 10 billion Suns inside the galaxy merger system NGC 6240. This collision involves two spiral galaxies about the size of the Milky Way, each containing a supermassive black hole in the center, which are on their way to form an even more massive black hole.

NGC 7635: The Bubble Nebula

NGC 7635: The Bubble Nebula

Guggenheim

Guggenheim

supermassive black hole swallowing star

supermassive black hole swallowing star

The Eagle Nebula from Kitt Peak    Image Credit: T. A. Rector & B. A. Wolpa, NOAO, AURA   Explanation: From afar, the whole thing looks like an Eagle. A closer look at the Eagle Nebula, however, shows the bright region is actually a window into the center of a larger dark shell of dust. Through this window, a brightly-lit workshop appears where a whole open cluster of stars is being formed. In this cavity tall pillars and round globules of dark dust and cold molecular gas remain where stars…

The Eagle Nebula from Kitt Peak Image Credit: T. A. Rector & B. A. Wolpa, NOAO, AURA Explanation: From afar, the whole thing looks like an Eagle. A closer look at the Eagle Nebula, however, shows the bright region is actually a window into the center of a larger dark shell of dust. Through this window, a brightly-lit workshop appears where a whole open cluster of stars is being formed. In this cavity tall pillars and round globules of dark dust and cold molecular gas remain where stars…

NASA's Hubble Celebrates 21st Anniversary with "Rose" of Galaxies

NASA's Hubble Celebrates 21st Anniversary with "Rose" of Galaxies

Black Hole

Black Hole

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