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Stunning Hubble image captures a star still to be born

The Hubble Space Telescope zooms in on a tiny corner of the cloud 7,500 light-years away and has entered a fascinating phase in the evolution of baby stars. It’s called J025157.5 + 600606 and is just a (relatively) tiny bulge in the colossal Soul Nebula (also known as Westerhout 5) in the constellation Cassiopeia. While the cloud segment may seem …

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Spectacular! Hubble captures a galactic gargoyle

By ESA / Hubble 19th October 2020 This Hubble space telescope image shows the galaxy NGC 2799 on the left and the galaxy NGC 2798 on the right. Photo credit: ESA / Hubble & NASA, SDSS, J. DalcantonCredit: Judy Schmidt (Geckzilla) In this spectacular picture taken by the NASA/ ESA Hubble Space Telescopethe galaxy NGC 2799 (left) appears to be …

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SpaceX orbits another 60 Starlink satellites, restores the booster and captures the fairing halves

SpaceX successfully orbited another batch of 60 Starlink satellites, landed the Falcon 9 booster that launched it, and captured both halves of the rocket’s payload fairing. Starlink-13 is now the second time SpaceX is restoring a Falcon 9 booster at the same time and caught both halves of the fairing on the same mission and came just under three months …

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Hubble captures a great Barred Spiral Galaxy in a fiery furnace

By ESA / Hubble 4th October 2020 The Great Barred Spiral Galaxy NGC 1365 was captured by the Hubble Space Telescope in this image. It is located in the constellation Fornax (The Furnace), about 60 million light years from Earth. Photo credits: ESA / Hubble & NASA, J. Lee and the PHANGS-HST team, Credit: Judy Schmidt (Geckzilla) About 60 million …

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Hubble captures a crisp new portrait of Jupiter’s turbulent storms raging across the planet

This latest image of Jupiter, captured by NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope on August 25, 2020, was captured when the planet was 406 million miles from Earth. A unique and exciting detail from Hubble’s snapshot appears in mid-northern latitudes as a bright, white, expansive storm moving around the planet at 350 miles per hour. Hubble shows that the Great Red Spot, …

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Hubble Captures Incredible Image of Cygnus Supernova Blast Wave – RT World News

The Hubble Space Telescope has reflected countless breathtaking photos over the course of its 30-year mission. The most recent example is an incredible picture of a supernova pressure wave that was about 2,600 light years from Earth. The powerful stellar explosion occurred in the constellation Cygnus the Swan when a dying star was extinguished. The star was roughly 20 times …

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Hubble captures the remains of a dead star, a beautiful orange ribbon

The room is pretty. As the Hubble Space Telescope nears the end of its long-standing mission, photo posts like this are a constant reminder of how much we benefit from a close-up view of space. The beautiful orange ribbon you see above is the remnant of a dead star that exploded in a supernova about 10,000 to 20,000 years ago. …

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NASA’s Hubble Telescope Captures the Dreamy, Veil-Like Edge of the Cygnus Supernova Blast Wave – Technology News, Firstpost

FP trendAug 29, 2020 9:01:26 pm IST The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) shared an image of “a small slice of a Cygnus supernova blast wave” that has taken the internet by storm. The space agency compared the images with those of magic and wrote that the image, which appears as a delicate and light veil over the sky, …

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Hubble captures the supernova host galaxy

Photo credit: ESA / Hubble & NASA, S. Smartt et al. This image from the NASA / ESA Hubble Space Telescope shows the spectacular galaxy NGC 2442, nicknamed the Meathook Galaxy due to its extremely asymmetrical and irregular shape. This galaxy was the site of a supernova explosion known as SN 2015F, discovered in March 2015, which was created by …

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