La nébuleuse Californie

California Nebula - photo by Farmakopoulos Antonis - Drifting through the Orion Arm of the spiral Milky Way Galaxy, this cosmic cloud echoes the outline of California. Earth's Sun also lies within the Milky Way's Orion Arm, lt-yrs from California Nebula.

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Milky Way in perspective: The blue dot shows how far the earliest human radio broadcasts have reached into the galaxy

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This very wide-field view of the Milky Way shows the extent of the 84-million-star VISTA infrared image of the center of the galaxy (delineated by red rectangle).

This very wide-field view of the Milky Way shows the extent of the VISTA infrared image of the center of the galaxy (delineated by red rectangle)

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An image of the Milky Way's Galactic Center in the night sky above Paranal Observatory in Chili; Wikipedia

The Planet, the Galaxy and the Laser: Image of the night sky above Paranal on 21 July taken by ESO astronomer Yuri Beletsky.

A Milky way panorama from Hawaï

Aloha and welcome to a breathtaking skyscape. The dreamlike panoramic view looks out from the meter volcanic summit of Mauna Kea, Hawai'i, across a layer of clouds toward a starry night sky and the rising Milky Way.

This picture of the nearby galaxy NGC 6744, a Milky Way look-alike, was taken with the Wide Field Imager on the MPG/ESO 2.2-metre telescope at La Silla.

This picture of the nearby galaxy NGC a Milky Way look-alike, was taken with the Wide Field Imager on the MPG/ESO telescope at La Silla.

Astronomers observe the events around the black hole at the centre of our galaxy

New Images of Milky Way's Center: "Catastrophic Events Caused By the Supermasssive Black Hole"

American adventure photographer Mike Mezeul II took an amazing shot that captures the diverse beauty of Mother Nature. Photographed in Volcanoes National Park on the Big Island of Hawaii, it contains the Moon, the Milky Way, a meteor, and a stream of lava all in one image.

Photographer Risks Getting Burned To Capture Lava, Meteor, Milky Way And Moon In A Single Shot

This photo illustration depicts a view of the night sky just before the predicted merger between our Milky Way galaxy and the neighboring Andromeda galaxy. Image released May 31, 2012.<br />

Milky Way Galaxy Doomed to Head-On Crash with Andromeda: The sky is seen at night just before the predicted merger between our Milky Way galaxy and the neighboring Andromeda galaxy, in this NASA photo illustration released May 2012

This view of the central parts of the Milky Way was obtained with the VISTA survey telescope at ESO’s Paranal Observatory in Chile. The huge picture contains nearly nine billion pixels and was created by combining thousands of individual infrared images from VISTA into a single monumental mosaic. The image is too large to be easily displayed at full resolution.

VISTA gigapixel mosaic of the central parts of the Milky Way Credit: ESO/VVV Survey/D.

La supernova qui a formé le rémanent de supernova W49B aurait créé il y environ 1 000 ans le trou noir le plus récent de la Voie Lactée.  Crédit photo : NASA/CXC/MIT/L.Lopez/Palomar-Caltech/NSF/NRAO/VLA.

L’objet W49B abriterait le trou noir le plus récemment formé de la galaxie

Chandra Photo Album: February Is a highly distorted supernova remnant in the Milky Way; evidence that there is a black hole, not a neutron star.

This picture of the nearby galaxy NGC 6744, a Milky Way look-alike, was taken with the Wide Field Imager on the MPG/ESO 2.2-metre telescope at La Silla.

NGC 6744 This stunning image of the nearby galaxy NGC 6744 was taken with the Wide Field Imager on the MPG/ESO telescope at La Silla. The large spiral galaxy is similar to the Milky Way,.

Most bright stars in our Milky Way Galaxy reside in a disk. Since our Sun also resides in this disk, these stars appear to us as a diffuse band that circles the sky.

A Milky Way Band: John P. Gleason, Celestial Images APOD Most bright stars in our Milky Way Galaxy reside in a disk. Since our Sun also resides in this disk, these stars appear to us as a diffuse band that circles the sky.

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