Annelisa Christensen

Annelisa Christensen

East Sussex, England / Astronomy collection: as wide a collection of resources as I can find. Contellationofthemonth.com website: What do the constellations look like? Where are they
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Some nice photos of mars. #mars #curiosity #planet #space

Some nice photos of mars. #mars #curiosity #planet #space

A NASA spacecraft that's nearing dwarf planet Ceres has returned new images showing the mysterious lights that have scientists scratching their heads.

A NASA spacecraft that's nearing dwarf planet Ceres has returned new images showing the mysterious lights that have scientists scratching their heads.

NGC 3718 (Arp 214) Distance: 42.4 Million Light Years NGC 3718 and its companion NGC 3729 are physically related members of the Ursa Major galaxy cluster. The two galaxies appear to orbit each other at a projected separation of 147,000 light years. NGC 3718 seems to have a rudimentary bar and spiral structure although it is recognized as a peculiar galaxy and as such is listed within Arp's Atlas of Peculiar Galaxies. via Dark Matter on Facebook

NGC 3718 (Arp 214) Distance: 42.4 Million Light Years NGC 3718 and its companion NGC 3729 are physically related members of the Ursa Major galaxy cluster. The two galaxies appear to orbit each other at a projected separation of 147,000 light years. NGC 3718 seems to have a rudimentary bar and spiral structure although it is recognized as a peculiar galaxy and as such is listed within Arp's Atlas of Peculiar Galaxies. via Dark Matter on Facebook

Dumbell Nebula

Dumbell Nebula

This illustration by artist Wladyslaw Theodore Benda shows a window opening to a view of the Earth, the Milky Way and the Moon. The image was done in charcoal and originally appeared in the March, 1918, edition of Cosmopolitan along with an article titled "The Future of the Earth," by Maurice Maeterlinck

This illustration by artist Wladyslaw Theodore Benda shows a window opening to a view of the Earth, the Milky Way and the Moon. The image was done in charcoal and originally appeared in the March, 1918, edition of Cosmopolitan along with an article titled "The Future of the Earth," by Maurice Maeterlinck

Mapping the magnetic field of our galaxy’s supermassive black hole

Mapping the magnetic field of our galaxy’s supermassive black hole

For the next trip to the Ort Cloud, hitch a ride on a comet. Get there before Voyager :D ... Comet Lovejoy (C/2011 W3) from orbit

For the next trip to the Ort Cloud, hitch a ride on a comet. Get there before Voyager :D ... Comet Lovejoy (C/2011 W3) from orbit

The mass of our universe appears to be the exact amount needed to make a black hole the size of our universe. In other words: we may all live inside a black hole

The mass of our universe appears to be the exact amount needed to make a black hole the size of our universe. In other words: we may all live inside a black hole

AsSisS: September 2011 The Ort Cloud

AsSisS: September 2011 The Ort Cloud

An Illustration of How Jupiter Protects Earth from Major Asteroids Impacts

An Illustration of How Jupiter Protects Earth from Major Asteroids Impacts