Matteo Ingardia

Matteo Ingardia

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perspective

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largest structure in universe

largest structure in universe

This is the Ghost Nebula, a reflection nebula in the Cepheus constellation. It is located about 1500 light years away from Earth. It looks like a giant bird, ready to take flight! Photo credit: T.A. Rector/University of Alaska Anchorage, H. Schweiker/WIYN and NOAO/AURA/NSF

This is the Ghost Nebula, a reflection nebula in the Cepheus constellation. It is located about 1500 light years away from Earth. It looks like a giant bird, ready to take flight! Photo credit: T.A. Rector/University of Alaska Anchorage, H. Schweiker/WIYN and NOAO/AURA/NSF

Butterfly nebula

Butterfly nebula

The ‘Hand of God’ Nebula. Was so ready for this to be a crock of shit or over photoshopped - but NASA website confirms! WTF! This is a real Nebula formation - never seen one look perfectly like it's namesake!

The ‘Hand of God’ Nebula. Was so ready for this to be a crock of shit or over photoshopped - but NASA website confirms! WTF! This is a real Nebula formation - never seen one look perfectly like it's namesake!

Rosette Nebula | A1 Pictures

Rosette Nebula | A1 Pictures

A perfect 10 for the Hubble Space Telescope! This once-in-a-lifetime image shows a pair of gravitationally interacting galaxies called Arp 147. The galaxy on the left, or the "one", is relatively undisturbed, whereas the galaxy on the right, or the "zero", is a messy ring of intense star formation. Image credit: NASA, ESA and M. Livio (STScI)

A perfect 10 for the Hubble Space Telescope! This once-in-a-lifetime image shows a pair of gravitationally interacting galaxies called Arp 147. The galaxy on the left, or the "one", is relatively undisturbed, whereas the galaxy on the right, or the "zero", is a messy ring of intense star formation. Image credit: NASA, ESA and M. Livio (STScI)

This true colour image of the planet Jupiter by NASA and ESA's Hubble Space Telescope reveals the impact sites of fragments 'D' and 'G' from Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9. Credit: H. Hammel, MIT, NASA, ESA.

This true colour image of the planet Jupiter by NASA and ESA's Hubble Space Telescope reveals the impact sites of fragments 'D' and 'G' from Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9. Credit: H. Hammel, MIT, NASA, ESA.