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Madagascar. It's like a magical place lost in time, and a place I've always dreamed of visiting.

Baobab trees are native to Madagascar (it's the country's national tree!), mainland Africa, and Australia. A cluster of "the grandest of all" baobab trees (Adansonia grandidieri) can be found in the Baobab Avenue, near Morondava, in Madagascar.

DIY Vacation Home: 5 Upcycling Crafts - Frugalligence

Love the little stone footprints.I think this will be a family vacation project. Love the little stone footprints.I think this will be a family vacation project. Love the little stone footprints.I think this will be a family vacation project.

Spiral galaxy.

NGC 3190 is a spiral galaxy with tightly wound arms and lying in the constellation Leo. It was discovered by William Herschel in NGC 3190 is member of Hickson 44 galaxy group, estimated at around 80 million light years and consisting of four

The Whirlpool Galaxy (M51A or NGC 5194) and (M51B or NGC 5195, left). The Whirlpool Galaxy is a grand-design spiral galaxy, interacting with NGC 5195, a dwarg galxy. Both galaxies are located 23 ± 4 million light-years away in Canes Venatici.

aka NGC 5194 the Whirlpool aka NGC 5195 (left) The Whirlpool Galaxy is a grand-design spiral galaxy, interacting with NGC a dwarf galaxy. Both galaxies are located 23 ± 4 million light-years away in Canes Venatici.

Over 60,000 light-years across, M51’s spiral arms and dust lanes sweep in front of its companion galaxy (right), NGC 5195

Here are two more nebula galaxies. The pair are about 31 million light-years apart. Not far in the sky from the handle of the Big Dipper, they officially lie within the boundaries of the small constellation Canes Venatici.

M51, or the “Whirlpool Galaxy,” is a spiral galaxy with spectacular arms of stars and dust. It's 30 million light years away from Earth and provides a perspective we can never get of our own whirling galaxy. (Photo: NASA/STScI)

astronomicalwonders: “ The Whirlpool Galaxy - Sparkling with X-Rays Nearly a million seconds of observing time with NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory has revealed a spiral galaxy similar to the Milky Way glittering with hundreds of X-ray points of.