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While astrophotographer Fritz Helmut Hemmerich was capturing an image of the Andromeda galaxy, a sand-sized rock from deep space crossed right in front of the camera creating this.

M31, also known as the Andromeda galaxy, is one of the closest galaxies to our own at “only” 2.5 million light-years away.

8 images of galaxies far, far away

Andromeda is our nearest neighboring galaxy at million light years away. One single light year is roughly 6 trillion miles. Feeling small yet?

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Centaurus A is the fifth brightest galaxy in the sky -- making it an ideal target for amateur astronomers -- and is famous for the dust lane across its middle and a giant jet blasting away from the supermassive black hole at its center.

A new image taken with NASA's Hubble Space Telescope provides a detailed look at the tattered remains of a supernova explosion known as Cassiopeia A (Cas A). It is the youngest known remnant from a supernova explosion in the Milky Way. The new Hubble image shows the complex and intricate structure of the star's shattered fragments.

NASA's Hubble Space Telescope provides a detailed look at the tattered remains of a supernova explosion known as Cassiopeia A (Cas A).

A Tidal Galaxy "A previously unsuspected tidal dwarf galaxy candidate appears only in the ultraviolet, indicating the presence of many hot young stars as seen in this cool space Image. IC 4970, the small disk galaxy interacting with NGC 6872, is located above the spiral’s central region. The spiral is 522,000 light-years across from the tip of one outstretched arm to the tip of the other, which makes it about five times the size of our home galaxy, the Milky Way

A Tidal Galaxy “A previously unsuspected tidal dwarf galaxy candidate appears only in the ultraviolet, indicating the presence of many hot young stars as seen in this cool space Image. IC the small disk galaxy interacting with NGC is.

Imagenes espectaculares sacadas con el telescopio hubble

Imagenes espectaculares sacadas con el telescopio hubble

NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has captured a rare alignment between two spiral galaxies. The outer rim of a small, foreground galaxy is silhouetted in front of a larger background galaxy. Skeletal tentacles of dust can be seen extending beyond the small g

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Ngc 7380 Emission Nebula In Cepheus

Ngc 7380 Emission Nebula In Cepheus Photograph by Ken Crawford - Ngc 7380 Emission Nebula In Cepheus Fine Art Prints and Posters for Sale

"Why the Cosmos, Why the Quantum, Why Existence" 5/25/15 Andromeda Galaxy in visible and infrared light

"Why the Cosmos, Why the Quantum, Why Existence" Andromeda Galaxy in visible and infrared light

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Spectacular Photo of a Cosmic Flower Pollinating the Universe

NASA Astronomy Picture of the Day 2016 August 29 Young Suns of NGC 7129 Young suns still lie within dusty NGC some light-years away toward the royal constellation Cepheus. While these stars are at a relatively tender age, only a few.

The spiral nest NGC 4725.

NGC 4725 is an intermediate barred spiral galaxy about 40 million light-years away in the constellation Coma Berenices. NGC 4725 is a Seyfert Galaxy, suggesting an active galactic nucleus containing a supermassive black hole.

Bright Spiral Galaxy One of the brightest galaxies in planet Earth's sky is similar in size to our Milky Way Galaxy: big, beautiful Image Credit: Subaru Telescope (NAOJ), Hubble Space Telescope;

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NASA Astronomy Picture of the Day 2016 July 6 Arp Trio in Virgo A remarkable telescopic composition in yellow and blue, this scene features a trio of interacting galaxies almost 90 million light-years away, toward the constellation Virgo.

This 10.5-billion-year-old globular cluster, NGC 6496, is home to heavy-metal stars of a celestial kind! The stars comprising this spectacular spherical cluster are enriched with much higher proportions of metals — elements heavier than hydrogen and helium are curiously known as metals in astronomy — than stars found in similar clusters. Happy #spaceSaturday everyone! Credit: NASA #NASA #Hubble #stars #galaxy #universe #SpotHubble

A heavy-metal home This globular cluster, NGC is home to heavy-metal stars of a celestial kind! The stars comprising this spectacular spherical cluster are enriched with much higher proportions of metals — elements heavier.

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