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With the help of NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope, astronomers have conducted the most comprehensive structural analysis of our galaxy and have found tantalizing new evidence that the Milky Way is much different from your ordinary spiral galaxy.

With the help of NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope, astronomers have conducted the most comprehensive structural analysis of our galaxy and have found tantalizing new evidence that the Milky Way is much different from your ordinary spiral galaxy.

..a broken space-time; the Borg are coming; all resistance are futil... :D

..a broken space-time; the Borg are coming; all resistance are futil... :D

The Majestic Messier-104 (M-104)...

The Majestic Messier-104 (M-104)...

L'unione di due galassie ha generato un ammasso di nuove stelle

L'unione di due galassie ha generato un ammasso di nuove stelle

Il piacere di sapere che: Rotazione delle galassie nuovi indizi

Il piacere di sapere che: Rotazione delle galassie nuovi indizi

The Vela Supernova Remnant which when viewed in this light wavelength resembles a great eye.

The Vela Supernova Remnant which when viewed in this light wavelength resembles a great eye.

Immagine gratis su Pixabay - Nebulosa Occhio Di Gatto, Ngc 6543

Immagine gratis su Pixabay - Nebulosa Occhio Di Gatto, Ngc 6543

Buchi neri colossali e fabbriche di stelle su tre lunghi minuti

Buchi neri colossali e fabbriche di stelle su tre lunghi minuti

Immensity....

Lo spettacolo degli astri: le foto del Vlt - Repubblica.it

Immensity....

expressions-of-nature:Kepler Telescope Discovers Most Earth-Like Planet Yet: A nearly Earth-size planet orbits in a star’s habitable zone, detected by NASA astronomers.   Red sunshine, seas, and maybe aliens? Scientists analyzing data from NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope today report the closest thing yet to another Earth, a world in a habitable orbit around a red dwarf star some 493 light-years away.   Read More | Illustration by NASA/JPL-CALTECH/T. PYLE

expressions-of-nature:Kepler Telescope Discovers Most Earth-Like Planet Yet: A nearly Earth-size planet orbits in a star’s habitable zone, detected by NASA astronomers. Red sunshine, seas, and maybe aliens? Scientists analyzing data from NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope today report the closest thing yet to another Earth, a world in a habitable orbit around a red dwarf star some 493 light-years away. Read More | Illustration by NASA/JPL-CALTECH/T. PYLE

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