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The Milky Way is a spiral galaxy with several prominent arms containing stellar nurseries swathed in pink clouds of hydrogen gas. The sun is shown near the bottom in the Orion Spur.

A miscellany of stars and galaxies - sadly, you won't see this with the naked eye or binoculars! Some of the stars are a few light years distant. The galaxies are millions of light years distant

Astronomy—A Beginner's Guide to the Night Sky

The first of four basic guides to the night sky, and what can be seen with the naked eye or binoculars. This page identifies the many kinds of objects you can see when you look up at the night sky

Perspective: The Milky Way....(we are so small, HE is so BIG....)

The Milky Way - Space. Our entire solar system in this little dot of the Milky Way galaxy. There are around stars in the Milky Way galaxy alone. Each star having possibly one or more planets in orbit.

Saturn eclipsing the sun, with the Earth visible in the upper left section of Saturn's rings. #astronomy

Saturn – Beautiful Planet

This iconic image from the Cassini spacecraft reveals the rings from the night side. Saturn is backlit by the Sun. The pale blue dot on the left, just inside one of the rings, is distant Earth. Photo credit: Cassini/NASA via Astronomy Picture of the Day.

Un robot pour Alpha du Centaure

Un robot pour Alpha du Centaure

Purple space!

A giant gas cloud spanning light years with a mass of 10 billion Suns inside the galaxy merger system NGC involving two spiral Milky Way-sized galaxies each containing a supermassive black hole in the center.

Stargazing Wolf

The Heart and Soul Nebulas: The Heart Nebula, officially dubbed IC 1805 and visible in the above zoomable view on the right, has a shape reminiscent of a classical heart symbol.

A map of our galaxy the Milky Way, showing pulsars (red), planetary nebulae (blue), globular clusters (yellow), and the orbits of several by jewell #Astronomy, #SpiralGalaxy

And you thought your day was busy? we-are-star-stuff: A map of our galaxy the Milky Way, showing pulsars (red), planetary nebulae (blue), globular clusters (yellow), and the orbits of several stars. And yet our galaxy is a tiny place.

“Vampire” Galaxy Sucks Star-Forming Gas from its Neighbors

"Vampire" Galaxy Sucks Star-Forming Gas from its Neighbors

River of Hydrogen Flowing through Space Seen with Green Bank Telescope - Technology Org

Major sky events of 2014 are listed.

Need to break out the telescope.The year 2014 is packed with amazing night sky events. See the year's most exciting celestial events to mark on your calendar in this Space.

The sword on Orion. Interesting idea for nebula or universe tattoo. For similar photos... http://hubblesite.org/gallery/album/entire/hires/true/

The Sword Of Orion ~ The Orion constellation is noticeable for three medium-bright stars in a short, straight row. These stars represent Orion’s Belt. If you look closely, you’ll notice a curved line of stars “hanging” from the three Belt stars.

YES, PLEASE LORD JESUS!

Discerning whether words of guidance are coming from a spirit of love or a spirit of chaos. What Is The Spiritual Gift Of Discernment?

Newborn stars in the Rho Ophiuchi star-forming region as seen in the infrared by the Spitzer Space Telescope. The youngest stars, the reddest ones in the image, are surrounded by disks of dust and gas from which planetary systems are possibly forming. New observations of the light variability from these young stars confirm that probably all of them have clumpy dust disks.

8 breathtaking images of baby stars

New Observations Confirm Variability of Young Stellar Objects Newborn stars in the Rho Ophiuchi star-forming region as seen in the infrared by the Spitzer Space Telescope.

1884 september  & october  constellations star map original antique celestial astronomy chart

1884 september & october constellations star map original antique celestial astronomy chart - astronomy chart belonging to birthday month

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