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The Tadpole Galaxy is a disrupted barred spiral galaxy located 400 mly from Earth toward the northern constellation Draco. It's most dramatic features are a trail of stars about 280,000 lys long massive star clusters. It is thought that a more compact galaxy crossed in front of the Tadpole Galaxy was slung around behind the Tadpole by their mutual gravitational attraction.

The Tadpole Galaxy is a disrupted barred spiral galaxy located 400 mly from Earth toward the northern constellation Draco. It's most dramatic features are a trail of stars about ly long & massive star clusters. It is thought that a more compact gal

Orion Nebula.

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#WR25 and #Tr16244! WR 25 and Tr16-244, at the bottom of the image, are located within the open cluster Trumpler 16. This cluster is embedded within the Carina Nebula, an immense cauldron of gas and dust that lies approximately 7500 light-years from Earth in the constellation of Carina, the Keel. At the top of the image, a peculiar nebula with the shape of a "defiant" finger points towards WR25 and Tr16-244.

Wide-field image showing the region of WR 25 and This cluster is embedded within the Carina Nebula, an immense cauldron of gas and dust that lies approximately 7500 light-years from Earth in the constellation of Carina, the Keel. by CarolinaBarbosa

NGC 130

Barred Spiral Galaxy NGC 1300 [Hubble Heritage Team, ESA, NASA] Big, beautiful, barred spiral galaxy NGC 1300 lies some 70 million light-years away on the banks of the constellation Eridanus.

Need to find out where this is...

Need to find out where this is.

Never-Before-Seen Stage of Planet Birth Revealed.  Astronomers studying a newborn star have caught a detailed glimpse of planets forming around it, revealing a never-before seen stage of planetary evolution.

Never-Before-Seen Stage of Planet Birth Revealed. Astronomers studying a newborn star have caught a detailed glimpse of planets forming around it, revealing a never-before seen stage of planetary evolution.