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Alcuni ti ameranno per quello che sei... Altri ti odieranno per lo stesso motivo... -Cit.-

Alcuni ti ameranno per quello che sei... Altri ti odieranno per lo stesso motivo... -Cit.-

Ghost Nebula

Ghost Nebula: Spooky shadow nebula - Creeping across the king's form - Terrorizing the night.

Menandro - Per il corpo ammalato ..

Menandro - Per il corpo ammalato .

Zeta Ophiuchus, a massive star plowing it's way through the gas and dust floating in space.  Zeta Oph is twenty times the Suns mass.

Zeta Ophiuchus, a massive star plowing through the gas and dust floating in space. Zeta Oph is a bruiser, with 20 times the Sun’s mass. It’s an incredibly luminous star, blasting out light at a rate times higher than the Sun! Even at its distance of

Nebula

♥ Nebula and Stars in Universe [Space Future…

Mysterious, Infinite and Magical Cosmos//  There are some things that need to be placed in the hands of the mysteries of the universe. ~Sandra Ingerman

Galaxies make stunning abstract painting ideas. Mysterious, Infinite and Magical Cosmos. There are some things that need to be placed in the hands of the mysteries of the universe.

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Lagoon Nebula (Messier 8 or & as NGC - light years from Earth - in the constellation Sagittarius - one of two star-forming nebulae visible (though faintly) to the naked eye.

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Spiral Iceberg in Antarctica...looks like a woman looking up into the sky

Spiral iceberg in Antarctica - Wow! So many amazing things to see that nature provides right here on earth. A work of art!

Black Hole Wind. A composite x-ray/optical image of the active NGC 1068 galaxy reveals an enormous plume of hot gas emanating from the supermassive black hole at the galaxy's center. Scientists think the shape and speed of the plume, which moves at about 1 million miles an hour, are caused by the funneling effect of a doughnut-shaped ring of cooler gas and dust that surrounds the black hole.

Black Hole Wind Photograph courtesy NASA/CXC/MIT/UCSB/P. Ogle et al./STScI/A. Capetti et al. A composite x-ray/optical image of the active NGC 1068 galaxy reveals an enormous plume of hot gas.

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