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The glasswinged butterfly

The glasswinged butterfly

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La #Galassia a spirale NGC 4038 era una galassia come tante finchè ...tanto tempo fa non si è scontrata con una sua simile NGC 4037 (in basso a destra). Ora questo cataclismico oggetto celeste viene anche chiamato "The Antennae" proprio per la peculiarità della sua forma.

La #Galassia a spirale NGC 4038 era una galassia come tante finchè ...tanto tempo fa non si è scontrata con una sua simile NGC 4037 (in basso a destra). Ora questo cataclismico oggetto celeste viene anche chiamato "The Antennae" proprio per la peculiarità della sua forma.

Enceladus vents water into space from its south polar region. The moon is lit by the Sun on the left, and backlit by the vast reflecting surface of its parent planet to the right. Icy crystals from these plumes are likely the source of Saturn's nebulous E ring, within which Enceladus orbits. Mosaic composite photograph. Cassini, December 25, 2009.  CREDIT: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Michael Benson/Kinetikon Pictures. © All rights reserved.

Enceladus vents water into space from its south polar region. The moon is lit by the Sun on the left, and backlit by the vast reflecting surface of its parent planet to the right. Icy crystals from these plumes are likely the source of Saturn's nebulous E ring, within which Enceladus orbits. Mosaic composite photograph. Cassini, December 25, 2009. CREDIT: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Michael Benson/Kinetikon Pictures. © All rights reserved.

The Earth and Moon -- JPL

The Earth and Moon -- JPL

The Jellies Experience Exhibit at the Monterey Bay Aquarium

The Jellies Experience Exhibit at the Monterey Bay Aquarium

ESO 498-G5 is located about 100 million light-years away, in the Pyxis (the Compass) constellation. This image is composed by exposures in visible and infrared bands, recorded by Hubble’s Advanced Camera for Surveys. Picture: ESA / Hubble & NASA

ESO 498-G5 is located about 100 million light-years away, in the Pyxis (the Compass) constellation. This image is composed by exposures in visible and infrared bands, recorded by Hubble’s Advanced Camera for Surveys. Picture: ESA / Hubble & NASA

tsunami_Canada_2012

tsunami_Canada_2012

Reflected Arcs, Norway

Reflected Arcs, Norway