The Great Barred Spiral Galaxy is a swirling beacon of new beginnings.
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NASA is giving humanity a unique opportunity by leveraging modern technologies to release ‘music’ created by transforming telescope observation data into sounds. The process itself — sonification — isn’t new. However, this is the first time images of our galaxy have been transformed into sound, according to NASA. The space agency tapped a variety of sources for the data, including … Continue reading
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Today a report delivered new HD images from the Gemini South telescope in Chile showing the birth of a star. These images were captured using a wide-field adaptive optics camera in combination with the telescope, producing near-infrared composite images of a 33 trillion-mile section of The Western Wall of the Carina Nebula. Rice University’s Patrick Hartigan and Andrea Isella and … Continue reading
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The Hubble Space Telescope has captured a time-lapse of a supernova, showing the explosion and aftermath of a white dwarf detonating in a thermonuclear blast.
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NASA and ESA watched the remnants of a star go from the radiance of 5 billion suns to almost nothing over the course of a year.
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Today NASA’s got a time-lapse video ready to roll to show the tail end of an exploding star. This video includes a whole lot of data and imagery captured by the Hubble Space Telescope, showing views from as far back as the year 2018. This imagery shows the fading of the light of a supernova in the spiral galaxy know … Continue reading
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NASA's Juno spacecraft watches as Jupiter's moon Io leaves a fleeting mark on the gas giant.
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The newest image from the Hubble Space Telescope shows a galaxy that's more than it appears: NGC 5585 is thought to be chock full of dark matter.
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NASA's latest portrait of Jupiter, the largest planet in our solar system, shows a world alive with storms.
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Get your mind off this rock and go visit Jupiter through a fresh NASA and ESA snap of the gas giant.
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A new image from the Hubble Space Telescope captures both the epic storms raging on Jupiter and its icy moon Europa which could potentially host life.
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Get your mind off this rock and go visit Jupiter through a fresh NASA and ESA snap of the gas giant.
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NASA has published the most recent up-close image of Jupiter, the massive planet covered with beautiful, terrifying storms. The image was captured on August 25 by the Hubble Space Telescope, giving researchers an updated look at the planet and its recent changes. Most notable among those changes is, according to NASA, the Great Red Spot’s ‘cousin’ and its morphing color. … Continue reading
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The world's most powerful space telescope captured an image of the NGC 2835 galaxy, known as "Eye of the Serpent." It's 35 million light-years away.
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