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Reposted from @nasa -  @NASAHubble caught a curious galaxy moving a little close
Reposted from @nasa - @NASAHubble caught a curious galaxy moving a little closer to us…⁣ ⁣ Because our universe is expanding, almost all of the galaxies we see in the universe are moving away from us. Messier 90, however, appears to be a rare exception.⁣ ⁣ The unusual staircase-like shape of this image is because the camera was made up of four different light detectors, one of which had a higher magnification than the others. In order to combine the images, the high-magnification image needed to be reduced in size.⁣ ⁣ Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, W. Sargent et al.⁣ ⁣ #NASA#Space#HubbleFriday#Galaxy - #regrann
25.05.2019 21:37:36
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@NASAHubble caught a curious galaxy moving a little closer to us
#Repost@nasa@NASAHubble caught a curious galaxy moving a little closer to us…⁣ ⁣ Because our universe is expanding, almost all of the galaxies we see in the universe are moving away from us. Messier 90, however, appears to be a rare exception.⁣ ⁣ The unusual staircase-like shape of this image is because the camera was made up of four different light detectors, one of which had a higher magnification than the others. In order to combine the images, the high-magnification image needed to be reduced in size.⁣ ⁣ Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, W. Sargent et al.⁣ ⁣ #NASA#Space#HubbleFriday#Galaxy
25.05.2019 03:15:29
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@NASAHubble caught a curious galaxy moving a lit
#Repost@nasa (@get_repost) ・・・ @NASAHubble caught a curious galaxy moving a little closer to us…⁣ ⁣ Because our universe is expanding, almost all of the galaxies we see in the universe are moving away from us. Messier 90, however, appears to be a rare exception.⁣ ⁣ The unusual staircase-like shape of this image is because the camera was made up of four different light detectors, one of which had a higher magnification than the others. In order to combine the images, the high-magnification image needed to be reduced in size.⁣ ⁣ Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, W. Sargent et al.⁣ ⁣ #NASA#Space#HubbleFriday#Galaxy
25.05.2019 01:48:34
#spacedust #glitchart #werenotaloneintheuniverse #ancientaliens 
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#spacedust#glitchart#werenotaloneintheuniverse#ancientaliens#Repost@nasa with @repostsaveapp ・・・ @NASAHubble caught a curious galaxy moving a little closer to us…⁣ ⁣ Because our universe is expanding, almost all of the galaxies we see in the universe are moving away from us. Messier 90, however, appears to be a rare exception.⁣ ⁣ The unusual staircase-like shape of this image is because the camera was made up of four different light detectors, one of which had a higher magnification than the others. In order to combine the images, the high-magnification image needed to be reduced in size.⁣ ⁣ Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, W. Sargent et al.⁣ ⁣ #NASA#Space#HubbleFriday#galaxy
24.05.2019 23:25:00
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💡🌟Shine bright like a cluster 🌟

@NASAHubble has done it again. This image r
⁣⁣⁣ 💡🌟Shine bright like a cluster 🌟 @NASAHubble has done it again. This image reveals a globular cluster of stars in the constellation of Sagittarius, 18,000 light-years away from Earth. Don’t forget to shine bright today. #HubbleFriday#NASA#ShineBright⁣ ⁣ ----------------------------------⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ ⁣➡️Follow⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ For All Business & Tech News & Insights⁣ @roioverload⁣⁣⁣ ⁣ ➡️Credit (Image & Caption)⁣ @nasa ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ ----------------------------------⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ #business#technology#blockchain#machinelearning#ai#artificialintelligence#quantumcomputing#sales#marketing#finance#innovation#startup#idea#venturecapital#future#businessdevelopment#news#entrepreneur#entrepreneurship#cryptocurrency#success#money#socialmedia#smallbusiness#blog#growthhacking#leaders
24.05.2019 21:31:40
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@NASAHubble caught a curious galaxy moving a little closer to
#Repost@nasa ・・・ @NASAHubble caught a curious galaxy moving a little closer to us…⁣ ⁣ Because our universe is expanding, almost all of the galaxies we see in the universe are moving away from us. Messier 90, however, appears to be a rare exception.⁣ ⁣ The unusual staircase-like shape of this image is because the camera was made up of four different light detectors, one of which had a higher magnification than the others. In order to combine the images, the high-magnification image needed to be reduced in size.⁣ ⁣ Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, W. Sargent et al.⁣ ⁣ #NASA#Space#HubbleFriday#Galaxy
24.05.2019 20:07:16
Hubble friday! I love how his paws curl when he is sound asleep! And what is rig
Hubble friday! I love how his paws curl when he is sound asleep! And what is right next to him? His squishy ball of course! #greyfootcatrescue#kitten#cats#kitty#blindkitten#adoptdontshop#meltyourheartmeow#hubbletheblindcat#hubblefriday
24.05.2019 17:30:57
Galaxy moving toward us 🧐#Repost @nasa ・・・
@NASAHubble caught a curious galaxy m
Galaxy moving toward us 🧐#Repost@nasa ・・・ @NASAHubble caught a curious galaxy moving a little closer to us…⁣ ⁣ Because our universe is expanding, almost all of the galaxies we see in the universe are moving away from us. Messier 90, however, appears to be a rare exception.⁣ ⁣ The unusual staircase-like shape of this image is because the camera was made up of four different light detectors, one of which had a higher magnification than the others. In order to combine the images, the high-magnification image needed to be reduced in size.⁣ ⁣ Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, W. Sargent et al.⁣ ⁣ #NASA#Space#HubbleFriday#Galaxy
24.05.2019 16:52:12
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🌟Shine bright like a diamond 🌟
You and I, you and I
We're like diamonds in the s
🌟Shine bright like a diamond 🌟 You and I, you and I We're like diamonds in the sky Rihanna 🌟 🌟 🌟 N'oubliez pas de briller aujourd'hui ! 🌟 🌟 🌟 Aimez si vous brillez vraiment ! @NASAHubble : Cette image révèle un amas globulaire d'étoiles dans la constellation du Sagittaire, à 18 000 années-lumière de la Terre. #HubbleFriday#NASA#ShineBright
20.05.2019 15:14:08
Hubble friday! I won't tell Jasmine that you are in her favorite spot, Hubble! #
Hubble friday! I won't tell Jasmine that you are in her favorite spot, Hubble! #greyfootcatrescue#kitten#cats#kitty#blindkitten#adoptdontshop#meltyourheartmeow#hubbletheblindcat#hubblefriday
17.05.2019 16:59:05
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Like a kaleidoscope of light, this ancient galaxy cluster shimme
@nasa • • • • • Like a kaleidoscope of light, this ancient galaxy cluster shimmers into view. Among the identified background objects, there is a galaxy thought to have emerged just 500 million years after the big bang — putting it among the very earliest structures to form in the universe. Thanks, @NASAHubble 😍 Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, I. Karachentsev et al., F. High et al. #HubbleFriday#Space#NASA#Galaxy#Kaleidoscope
16.05.2019 01:44:33
Essa é uma imagem para refletir 
Nessa imagem capturado pelo hubble mostra um ag
Essa é uma imagem para refletir Nessa imagem capturado pelo hubble mostra um aglomerado ancião de galáxias Formadas apenas 500 milhões de anos após o big bang Nem o nosso sistema solar estava formado ainda Olhar para o universo primordial é olhar para nós mesmos! #repost@nasa Thanks, @NASAHubble 😍 Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, I. Karachentsev et al., F. High et al. #HubbleFriday#Space#NASA#Galaxy#Kaleidoscope
14.05.2019 22:28:44
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Like a kaleidoscope of light, this ancient galaxy cluster shimmers into view. Am
Like a kaleidoscope of light, this ancient galaxy cluster shimmers into view. Among the identified background objects, there is a galaxy thought to have emerged just 500 million years after the big bang — putting it among the very earliest structures to form in the universe. Thanks, @NASAHubble 😍 Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, I. Karachentsev et al., F. High et al. #HubbleFriday#Space#NASA#Galaxy#Kaleidoscope
13.05.2019 19:32:08
@nasa with this monday magic 💖
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Like a kaleidoscope of light, this ancient gala
@nasa with this monday magic 💖 * Like a kaleidoscope of light, this ancient galaxy cluster shimmers into view. Among the identified background objects, there is a galaxy thought to have emerged just 500 million years after the big bang — putting it among the very earliest structures to form in the universe. Thanks, @NASAHubble 😍 Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, I. Karachentsev et al., F. High et al. #HubbleFriday#Space#NASA#Galaxy#Kaleidoscope#instagood#fitness#yoga#connection
13.05.2019 14:32:19
🖤 #Repost @nasahubble
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#HubbleFriday Dotted across the sky in the con
🖤 #Repost@nasahubble • • • • • • #HubbleFriday Dotted across the sky in the constellation of Pictor (the Painter’s Easel) is the galaxy cluster highlighted here by Hubble: SPT-CL J0615-5746, or SPT0615 for short. SPT0615, first discovered by the South Pole Telescope less than a decade ago, is a massive cluster of galaxies, one of the farthest observed to cause gravitational lensing. Gravitational lensing occurs when light from a background object is deflected around mass between the object and the observer. Among the identified background objects, there is SPT0615-JD, a galaxy that is thought to have emerged just 500 million years after the big bang. This puts it among the very earliest structures to form in the universe. It is also the farthest galaxy ever imaged by means of gravitational lensing. Just as ancient paintings can tell us about the period of history in which they were painted, so too can ancient galaxies tell us about the era of the universe in which they existed. To learn about cosmological history, astronomers explore the most distant reaches of the universe, probing ever further out into the cosmos. The light from distant objects travels to us from so far away that it takes an immensely long time to reach us, meaning that it carries information from the past — information about the time at which it was emitted. By studying such distant objects, astronomers are continuing to fill the gaps in our picture of what the very early universe looked like, and uncover more about how it evolved into its current state. For more information, follow the link in our bio. Text credit: ESA (European Space Agency) Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, I. Karachentsev et al., F. High et al. #NASA#Hubble#space#science#astronomy#universe#telescope#cosmos#galaxy#cluster#gravity#lensing#friday
13.05.2019 11:50:16
nasa Like a kaleidoscope of light, this ancient galaxy cluster shimmers into vie
nasa Like a kaleidoscope of light, this ancient galaxy cluster shimmers into view. Among the identified background objects, there is a galaxy thought to have emerged just 500 million years after the big bang — putting it among the very earliest structures to form in the universe. Thanks, @NASAHubble 😍 Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, I. Karachentsev et al., F. High et al. #HubbleFriday#Space#NASA#Galaxy#kaleidoscope
12.05.2019 04:15:23
Space is pretty scary, man. ... @nasa: Like a kaleidoscope of light, this ancien
Space is pretty scary, man. ... @nasa: Like a kaleidoscope of light, this ancient galaxy cluster shimmers into view. Among the identified background objects, there is a galaxy thought to have emerged just 500 million years after the big bang — putting it among the very earliest structures to form in the universe. Thanks, @NASAHubble 😍 Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, I. Karachentsev et al., F. High et al. #HubbleFriday#Space#NASA#Galaxy#Kaleidoscope
12.05.2019 02:15:31
Reposted from @nasa -  Like a kaleidoscope of light, this ancient galaxy cluster
Reposted from @nasa - Like a kaleidoscope of light, this ancient galaxy cluster shimmers into view. Among the identified background objects, there is a galaxy thought to have emerged just 500 million years after the big bang — putting it among the very earliest structures to form in the universe. Thanks, @NASAHubble 😍 Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, I. Karachentsev et al., F. High et al. #HubbleFriday#Space#NASA#Galaxy#Kaleidoscope - #regrann
12.05.2019 01:48:00
#followingthemoonandstars #dreambeautifuldreams #Repost @nasa with @get_repost
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#followingthemoonandstars#dreambeautifuldreams#Repost@nasa with @get_repost ・・・ Like a kaleidoscope of light, this ancient galaxy cluster shimmers into view. Among the identified background objects, there is a galaxy thought to have emerged just 500 million years after the big bang — putting it among the very earliest structures to form in the universe. Thanks, @NASAHubble 😍 Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, I. Karachentsev et al., F. High et al. #HubbleFriday#Space#NASA#Galaxy#Kaleidoscope
11.05.2019 23:22:39
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Like a kaleidoscope of light, this ancient galaxy cluster shimmers into vi
@nasa Like a kaleidoscope of light, this ancient galaxy cluster shimmers into view. Among the identified background objects, there is a galaxy thought to have emerged just 500 million years after the big bang — putting it among the very earliest structures to form in the universe. Thanks, @NASAHubble 😍 Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, I. Karachentsev et al., F. High et al. #HubbleFriday#Space#NASA#Galaxy#Kaleidoscope
11.05.2019 22:27:48
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Like a kaleidoscope of light, this ancient galaxy cluster shim
#Repost@nasa ・・・ Like a kaleidoscope of light, this ancient galaxy cluster shimmers into view. Among the identified background objects, there is a galaxy thought to have emerged just 500 million years after the big bang — putting it among the very earliest structures to form in the universe. Thanks, @NASAHubble 😍 Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, I. Karachentsev et al., F. High et al. #HubbleFriday#Space#NASA#Galaxy#Kaleidoscope#picoftheday
11.05.2019 22:24:38
#Repost @nasa with @repostsaveapp ・・・ Like a kaleidoscope of light, this ancient
#Repost@nasa with @repostsaveapp ・・・ Like a kaleidoscope of light, this ancient galaxy cluster shimmers into view. Among the identified background objects, there is a galaxy thought to have emerged just 500 million years after the big bang — putting it among the very earliest structures to form in the universe. Thanks, @NASAHubble 😍 Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, I. Karachentsev et al., F. High et al. #HubbleFriday#Space#NASA#Galaxy#Kaleidoscope
11.05.2019 16:28:37
Posted @withrepost • @nasa Like a kaleidoscope of light, this ancient galaxy clu
Posted @withrepost@nasa Like a kaleidoscope of light, this ancient galaxy cluster shimmers into view. Among the identified background objects, there is a galaxy thought to have emerged just 500 million years after the big bang — putting it among the very earliest structures to form in the universe. Thanks, @NASAHubble 😍 Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, I. Karachentsev et al., F. High et al. #HubbleFriday#Space#NASA#Galaxy#Kaleidoscope
11.05.2019 15:23:51
Wouldn't that be so cool to go back in time to see the formation?

#Repost @nasa
Wouldn't that be so cool to go back in time to see the formation? #Repost@nasa • • • • • • Like a kaleidoscope of light, this ancient galaxy cluster shimmers into view. Among the identified background objects, there is a galaxy thought to have emerged just 500 million years after the big bang — putting it among the very earliest structures to form in the universe. Thanks, @NASAHubble 😍 Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, I. Karachentsev et al., F. High et al. #HubbleFriday#Space#NASA#Galaxy#Kaleidoscope
11.05.2019 15:17:34
Like a kaleidoscope of light, this ancient galaxy cluster shimmers into view. Am
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Like a kaleidoscope of light, this ancient galaxy cluster shimmers into view. Among the identified background objects, there is a galaxy thought to have emerged just 500 million years after the big bang — putting it among the very earliest structures to form in the universe. Thanks, @NASAHubble 😍 Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, I. Karachentsev et al., F. High et al. #HubbleFriday#Space#NASA#Galaxy#Kaleidoscope
11.05.2019 15:04:01
This #HubbleFriday i’m admiring this #HubbleClassic of a  planetary nebula calle
This #HubbleFriday i’m admiring this #HubbleClassic of a planetary nebula called Kohoutek 4-55 which was named after its discoverer. Stunning!
11.05.2019 00:51:51
#hubblefriday ✨

Monkey head nebula 🐵
#hubblefriday ✨ Monkey head nebula 🐵...más
10.05.2019 22:36:40
Hubble friday! Hubble approves of his new playmates set-up! Yep, more foster kit
Hubble friday! Hubble approves of his new playmates set-up! Yep, more foster kittens coming soon! #greyfootcatrescue#kitten#cats#kitty#blindkitten#adoptdontshop#meltyourheartmeow#hubbletheblindcat#hubblefriday
10.05.2019 18:46:21
Piątkowy wieczór z gwiazdami 🤩 💃@dominik.lupinski
#niebo #gwiazdy 
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Piątkowy wieczór z gwiazdami 🤩 💃@dominik.lupinski#niebo#gwiazdy#Repost@nasahubble (@get_repost) ・・・ #HubbleFriday Dotted across the sky in the constellation of Pictor (the Painter’s Easel) is the galaxy cluster highlighted here by Hubble: SPT-CL J0615-5746, or SPT0615 for short. SPT0615, first discovered by the South Pole Telescope less than a decade ago, is a massive cluster of galaxies, one of the farthest observed to cause gravitational lensing. Gravitational lensing occurs when light from a background object is deflected around mass between the object and the observer. Among the identified background objects, there is SPT0615-JD, a galaxy that is thought to have emerged just 500 million years after the big bang. This puts it among the very earliest structures to form in the universe. It is also the farthest galaxy ever imaged by means of gravitational lensing. Just as ancient paintings can tell us about the period of history in which they were painted, so too can ancient galaxies tell us about the era of the universe in which they existed. To learn about cosmological history, astronomers explore the most distant reaches of the universe, probing ever further out into the cosmos. The light from distant objects travels to us from so far away that it takes an immensely long time to reach us, meaning that it carries information from the past — information about the time at which it was emitted. By studying such distant objects, astronomers are continuing to fill the gaps in our picture of what the very early universe looked like, and uncover more about how it evolved into its current state. For more information, follow the link in our bio. Text credit: ESA (European Space Agency) Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, I. Karachentsev et al., F. High et al. #NASA#Hubble#space#science#astronomy#universe#telescope#cosmos#galaxy#cluster#gravity#lensing#friday
10.05.2019 18:44:42
[🔭] Une blessure spatiale ? La superbe nébuleuse, en émission, Californie ou NGC
[🔭] Une blessure spatiale ? La superbe nébuleuse, en émission, Californie ou NGC 1499 située dans la constellation de Persée 😍 —— D'une longueur d'environ 70 années-lumière, elle se trouve à environ 1.500 années-lumière de la Terre. —— Découverte par l'astronome Edward Emerson Barnard en 1885, elle est probablement illuminée par Persei, une étoile géante bleue ! —— | @futura.sciences | #futurasciences | © @nasahubble | —— #hubble#hubbletelescope#galaxies#galaxie#hubblespacetelescope#nebula#deepspace#spaceships#spacetime#spaceexploration#spacestation#spaceflight#spacecraft#exploration#spaceshuttle#explorationgram#blood#hubblefriday#amazing_shots#void
10.05.2019 17:32:36
@nasahubble telescope took this new picture of #spiralgalaxy, NGC 2903, along wi
@nasahubble telescope took this new picture of #spiralgalaxy, NGC 2903, along with 100 other #galaxies in the region located roughly 30 million light-years away from #Earth.#HubbleFriday go.nasa.gov/2PKA1vO (Image: ESA/Hubble & @nasa)
10.05.2019 16:35:41
Repost from @nasahubble #HubbleFriday Dotted across the sky in the constellation
Repost from @nasahubble#HubbleFriday Dotted across the sky in the constellation of Pictor (the Painter’s Easel) is the galaxy cluster highlighted here by Hubble: SPT-CL J0615-5746, or SPT0615 for short. SPT0615, first discovered by the South Pole Telescope less than a decade ago, is a massive cluster of galaxies, one of the farthest observed to cause gravitational lensing. Gravitational lensing occurs when light from a background object is deflected around mass between the object and the observer. Among the identified background objects, there is SPT0615-JD, a galaxy that is thought to have emerged just 500 million years after the big bang. This puts it among the very earliest structures to form in the universe. It is also the farthest galaxy ever imaged by means of gravitational lensing. Just as ancient paintings can tell us about the period of history in which they were painted, so too can ancient galaxies tell us about the era of the universe in which they existed. To learn about cosmological history, astronomers explore the most distant reaches of the universe, probing ever further out into the cosmos. The light from distant objects travels to us from so far away that it takes an immensely long time to reach us, meaning that it carries information from the past — information about the time at which it was emitted. By studying such distant objects, astronomers are continuing to fill the gaps in our picture of what the very early universe looked like, and uncover more about how it evolved into its current state. For more information, follow the link in our bio. Text credit: ESA (European Space Agency) Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, I. Karachentsev et al., F. High et al. #NASA#Hubble#space#science#astronomy#universe#telescope#cosmos#galaxy#cluster#gravity#lensing#friday
10.05.2019 15:02:48
Space gets me high, pun intended... #Repost from @nasahubble. #HubbleFriday Dott
Space gets me high, pun intended... #Repost from @nasahubble.#HubbleFriday Dotted across the sky in the constellation of Pictor (the Painter’s Easel) is the galaxy cluster highlighted here by Hubble: SPT-CL J0615-5746, or SPT0615 for short. SPT0615, first discovered by the South Pole Telescope less than a decade ago, is a massive cluster of galaxies, one of the farthest observed to cause gravitational lensing. Gravitational lensing occurs when light from a background object is deflected around mass between the object and the observer. Among the identified background objects, there is SPT0615-JD, a galaxy that is thought to have emerged just 500 million years after the big bang. This puts it among the very earliest structures to form in the universe. It is also the farthest galaxy ever imaged by means of gravitational lensing. Just as ancient paintings can tell us about the period of history in which they were painted, so too can ancient galaxies tell us about the era of the universe in which they existed. To learn about cosmological history, astronomers explore the most distant reaches of the universe, probing ever further out into the cosmos. The light from distant objects travels to us from so far away that it takes an immensely long time to reach us, meaning that it carries information from the past — information about the time at which it was emitted. By studying such distant objects, astronomers are continuing to fill the gaps in our picture of what the very early universe looked like, and uncover more about how it evolved into its current state. For more information, follow the link in our bio. Text credit: ESA (European Space Agency) Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, I. Karachentsev et al., F. High et al. #NASA#Hubble#space#science#astronomy#universe#telescope#cosmos#galaxy#cluster#gravity#lensing#friday
10.05.2019 14:26:27
#HubbleFriday Dotted across the sky in the constellation of Pictor (the Painter’
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#HubbleFriday Dotted across the sky in the constellation of Pictor (the Painter’s Easel) is the galaxy cluster highlighted here by Hubble: SPT-CL J0615-5746, or SPT0615 for short. SPT0615, first discovered by the South Pole Telescope less than a decade ago, is a massive cluster of galaxies, one of the farthest observed to cause gravitational lensing. Gravitational lensing occurs when light from a background object is deflected around mass between the object and the observer. Among the identified background objects, there is SPT0615-JD, a galaxy that is thought to have emerged just 500 million years after the big bang. This puts it among the very earliest structures to form in the universe. It is also the farthest galaxy ever imaged by means of gravitational lensing. Just as ancient paintings can tell us about the period of history in which they were painted, so too can ancient galaxies tell us about the era of the universe in which they existed. To learn about cosmological history, astronomers explore the most distant reaches of the universe, probing ever further out into the cosmos. The light from distant objects travels to us from so far away that it takes an immensely long time to reach us, meaning that it carries information from the past — information about the time at which it was emitted. By studying such distant objects, astronomers are continuing to fill the gaps in our picture of what the very early universe looked like, and uncover more about how it evolved into its current state. For more information, follow the link in our bio. Text credit: ESA (European Space Agency) Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, I. Karachentsev et al., F. High et al. #NASA#Hubble#space#science#astronomy#universe#telescope#cosmos#galaxy#cluster#gravity#lensing#friday
10.05.2019 14:06:12
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#HubbleFriday Few of the universe’s residents are as ico
#Repost@nasahubble ・・・ #HubbleFriday Few of the universe’s residents are as iconic as the spiral galaxy. These limelight-hogging celestial objects combine whirling, pinwheeling arms with scatterings of sparkling stars, glowing bursts of gas, and dark, weaving lanes of cosmic dust, creating truly awesome scenes — especially when viewed through a telescope such as Hubble. In fact, this image from Hubble frames a perfect spiral specimen: the stunning NGC 2903. NGC 2903 is located about 30 million light-years away in the constellation of Leo, and was studied as part of a Hubble survey of the central regions of roughly 145 nearby disk galaxies. This study aimed to help astronomers better understand the relationship between the black holes that lurk at the cores of galaxies like these, and the rugby-ball-shaped bulge of stars, gas and dust at the galaxy’s center — such as that seen in this image. For more information, follow the link in our bio. Text credit: ESA (European Space Agency) Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, L. Ho et al. #NASA#Hubble#space#science#astronomy#universe#telescope#cosmos#galaxy#spiral#leo
06.05.2019 07:00:13
Reposted from @nasahubble -  #HubbleFriday Few of the universe’s residents are a
Reposted from @nasahubble - #HubbleFriday Few of the universe’s residents are as iconic as the spiral galaxy. These limelight-hogging celestial objects combine whirling, pinwheeling arms with scatterings of sparkling stars, glowing bursts of gas, and dark, weaving lanes of cosmic dust, creating truly awesome scenes — especially when viewed through a telescope such as Hubble. In fact, this image from Hubble frames a perfect spiral specimen: the stunning NGC 2903. NGC 2903 is located about 30 million light-years away in the constellation of Leo, and was studied as part of a Hubble survey of the central regions of roughly 145 nearby disk galaxies. This study aimed to help astronomers better understand the relationship between the black holes that lurk at the cores of galaxies like these, and the rugby-ball-shaped bulge of stars, gas and dust at the galaxy’s center — such as that seen in this image. For more information, follow the link in our bio. Text credit: ESA (European Space Agency) Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, L. Ho et al. #NASA#Hubble#space#science#astronomy#universe#telescope#cosmos#galaxy#spiral#leo - #regrann
05.05.2019 01:29:58
Publicado en @nasahubble - #HubbleFriday Pocos de los residentes del universo so
Publicado en @nasahubble - #HubbleFriday Pocos de los residentes del universo son tan icónicos como la galaxia espiral. Estos objetos celestes que acaparan el centro de atención combinan brazos giratorios y giratorios con dispersiones de estrellas brillantes, estallidos brillantes de gas y oscuros carriles de polvo cósmico, creando escenas realmente asombrosas, especialmente cuando se ven a través de un telescopio como el Hubble. De hecho, esta imagen del Hubble enmarca un espécimen perfecto en espiral: el impresionante NGC 2903. Reposted from @nasahubble - #HubbleFriday Few of the universe’s residents are as iconic as the spiral galaxy. These limelight-hogging celestial objects combine whirling, pinwheeling arms with scatterings of sparkling stars, glowing bursts of gas, and dark, weaving lanes of cosmic dust, creating truly awesome scenes — especially when viewed through a telescope such as Hubble. In fact, this image from Hubble frames a perfect spiral specimen: the stunning NGC 2903. NGC 2903 is located about 30 million light-years away in the constellation of Leo, and was studied as part of a Hubble survey of the central regions of roughly 145 nearby disk galaxies. This study aimed to help astronomers better understand the relationship between the black holes that lurk at the cores of galaxies like these, and the rugby-ball-shaped bulge of stars, gas and dust at the galaxy’s center — such as that seen in this image. For more information, follow the link in our bio. Text credit: ESA (European Space Agency) Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, L. Ho et al. #NASA#Hubble#space#science#astronomy#universe#telescope#cosmos#galaxy#spiral#leo - #regrann
05.05.2019 01:22:16
☄🔭😍🛸👽🖖🏻💚 #boanoite  #vivaatecnologia Obrigada Senhor \•/ ... BáNoite!! 😴  #entre
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☄🔭😍🛸👽🖖🏻💚 #boanoite#vivaatecnologia Obrigada Senhor \•/ ... BáNoite!! 😴 #entregoconfioaceitoeagradeço ✨💫🙏🏼 #tecnology#universe#fé#fisicaquantica 🌱🌼🍃 #cosmos 🌱❤. . Reposted from @nasahubble - #HubbleFriday Few of the universe’s residents are as iconic as the spiral galaxy. These limelight-hogging celestial objects combine whirling, pinwheeling arms with scatterings of sparkling stars, glowing bursts of gas, and dark, weaving lanes of cosmic dust, creating truly awesome scenes — especially when viewed through a telescope such as Hubble. In fact, this image from Hubble frames a perfect spiral specimen: the stunning NGC 2903. NGC 2903 is located about 30 million light-years away in the constellation of Leo, and was studied as part of a Hubble survey of the central regions of roughly 145 nearby disk galaxies. This study aimed to help astronomers better understand the relationship between the black holes that lurk at the cores of galaxies like these, and the rugby-ball-shaped bulge of stars, gas and dust at the galaxy’s center — such as that seen in this image. For more information, follow the link in our bio. Text credit: ESA (European Space Agency) Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, L. Ho et al. #NASA#Hubble#space#science#astronomy#universe#telescope#cosmos#galaxy#spiral#leo - #regrann
04.05.2019 02:31:40
#HubbleFriday Few of the universe’s residents are as iconic as the spiral galaxy
#HubbleFriday Few of the universe’s residents are as iconic as the spiral galaxy. This beauty, NGC 2903, is located about 30 million light-years away and was studied as part of a Hubble survey of the central regions of roughly 145 nearby disk galaxies. #NASA#Hubble#Friday#Universe#Residents#Spiral#Galaxy#NGC2903#Studied#Disk#Galaxies#newsexpressnasa#newsspacedream ¡Follow us for more!
04.05.2019 01:26:48
#HubbleFriday This sparkling burst of stars is Messier 75. It is a globular clus
#HubbleFriday This sparkling burst of stars is Messier 75. It is a globular cluster: a spherical collection of stars bound together by gravity. Clusters like this orbit around galaxies and typically reside in their outer and less-crowded areas, gathering to form dense communities in the galactic suburbs. Messier 75 lies in our Milky Way galaxy in the constellation of Sagittarius, around 67,000 light-years away from Earth. The majority of the cluster’s stars, about 400,000 in total, are found in its core; it is one of the most densely populated clusters ever found, with a phenomenal luminosity of some 180,000 times that of the Sun. No wonder it photographs so well! 📸credit: @europeanspaceagency@nasa@nasahubble#skybartucson#nasa#hubbletelescope#space#astronomy#tucson#4thavetucson
03.05.2019 23:39:27
#hubblefriday ✨

Tarantula Nebula.
#hubblefriday ✨ Tarantula Nebula....más
03.05.2019 16:31:28
#HubbleFriday Few of the universe’s residents are as iconic as the spiral galaxy
#HubbleFriday Few of the universe’s residents are as iconic as the spiral galaxy. This beauty, NGC 2903, is located about 30 million light-years away and was studied as part of a Hubble survey of the central regions of roughly 145 nearby disk galaxies: https://go.nasa.gov/2PKA1vO
03.05.2019 14:12:56
#HubbleFriday Few of the universe’s residents are as iconic as the spiral galaxy
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#HubbleFriday Few of the universe’s residents are as iconic as the spiral galaxy. These limelight-hogging celestial objects combine whirling, pinwheeling arms with scatterings of sparkling stars, glowing bursts of gas, and dark, weaving lanes of cosmic dust, creating truly awesome scenes — especially when viewed through a telescope such as Hubble. In fact, this image from Hubble frames a perfect spiral specimen: the stunning NGC 2903. NGC 2903 is located about 30 million light-years away in the constellation of Leo, and was studied as part of a Hubble survey of the central regions of roughly 145 nearby disk galaxies. This study aimed to help astronomers better understand the relationship between the black holes that lurk at the cores of galaxies like these, and the rugby-ball-shaped bulge of stars, gas and dust at the galaxy’s center — such as that seen in this image. For more information, follow the link in our bio. Text credit: ESA (European Space Agency) Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, L. Ho et al. #NASA#Hubble#space#science#astronomy#universe#telescope#cosmos#galaxy#spiral#leo
03.05.2019 14:02:37
Pilares da Criação !
Siga @astronomiaemdia 
Os pilares da criação são aglomerado
Pilares da Criação ! Siga @astronomiaemdia Os pilares da criação são aglomerados de poeira e gás com tamanho interestelar na nebulosa da Águia, situado a cerca de 6.500-7.000 anos-luz da Terra. No nome, "pilares" é sugestivo ao formato do lugar, e a parte "Criação" originou-se devido ao local ser um enorme berço de estrelas. Sua primeira imagem, datada em 1 de abril de 1995, foi tirada pelo telescópio espacial Hubble. #astronomia#astronomiaemdia#nasa#hubble#hubbleclassic#hubblefriday#universo#astronomiaamadora#astrofotografia
02.05.2019 22:22:38
When we get the silly idea about how important we are in the grand scheme of thi
When we get the silly idea about how important we are in the grand scheme of things.... #Repost@nasahubble ・・・ #HubbleFriday This sparkling burst of stars is Messier 75. It is a globular cluster: a spherical collection of stars bound together by gravity. Clusters like this orbit around galaxies and typically reside in their outer and less-crowded areas, gathering to form dense communities in the galactic suburbs. Messier 75 lies in our Milky Way galaxy in the constellation of Sagittarius, around 67,000 light-years away from Earth. The majority of the cluster’s stars, about 400,000 in total, are found in its core; it is one of the most densely populated clusters ever found, with a phenomenal luminosity of some 180,000 times that of the Sun. No wonder it photographs so well! For more information, follow the link in our bio. Text credit: ESA (European Space Agency) Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, F. Ferraro et al. #NASA#Hubble#space#science#astronomy#universe#telescope#cosmos#Messier#75#globularcluster#cluster#stars#gravity#MilkyWay#Sagittarius
02.05.2019 19:24:14
Imagen tomada por el telescopio espacial @nasahubble en conmemoración a los casi
Imagen tomada por el telescopio espacial @nasahubble en conmemoración a los casi 30 años que lleva explorando el universo 🌌⚘ . . Petacular 👌🏻 . . #nasa#astrophotography#nebula#nebulosa#astronomy#astrogram#nightsky#nightscape#stars#estrellas#hubblefriday#hubble#spacetelescope#hubble29#ñoña
28.04.2019 01:49:51
Constelación cangrejo, a millones de años luz en la constelación de Centauro 🌌
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28.04.2019 01:48:25
This image was the catalyst in the ignition of my passion for astrophysics. Know
This image was the catalyst in the ignition of my passion for astrophysics. Known as the Hubble Deep Field (HDF-N), the image was taken over a series of exposure shots spanning 10 days during the Christmas of 1995. Scientist carefully chose the darkest patch of sky (about the width of a dime 75 feet away) within the constellation of Ursa Major which seemed as empty as possible and discovered approximately 3000 galaxies at various stages of evolution. Later observations showed that this is the typical distribution of galaxies in the space around us. In this photo, every light source seen is a galaxy. Each galaxy typically houses billions to trillions of stars. Each of which houses their own solar systems 😁 The universe we reside in is a fascinating place that we have only begun to understand. Please, don't forget to look up into the cosmos and admire true beauty 🔭 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📸 Credit: R. Williams (STScI), the Hubble Deep Field Team and NASA/ESA ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #hubblefriday#astronomy#astrophysics#stars#galaxy#universe#beautiful#deepfield#telescope#space#spacetelescope#hubble#nasa#esa
26.04.2019 17:10:06
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#HubbleFriday This sparkling burst of s
#Repost@nasahubble with @get_repost ・・・ #HubbleFriday This sparkling burst of stars is Messier 75. It is a globular cluster: a spherical collection of stars bound together by gravity. Clusters like this orbit around galaxies and typically reside in their outer and less-crowded areas, gathering to form dense communities in the galactic suburbs. Messier 75 lies in our Milky Way galaxy in the constellation of Sagittarius, around 67,000 light-years away from Earth. The majority of the cluster’s stars, about 400,000 in total, are found in its core; it is one of the most densely populated clusters ever found, with a phenomenal luminosity of some 180,000 times that of the Sun. No wonder it photographs so well! For more information, follow the link in our bio. Text credit: ESA (European Space Agency) Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, F. Ferraro et al.
26.04.2019 15:57:04
@nasahubble #HubbleFriday This sparkling burst of stars is Messier 75. It is a g
@nasahubble#HubbleFriday This sparkling burst of stars is Messier 75. It is a globular cluster: a spherical collection of stars bound together by gravity. Clusters like this orbit around galaxies and typically reside in their outer and less-crowded areas, gathering to form dense communities in the galactic suburbs. Messier 75 lies in our Milky Way galaxy in the constellation of Sagittarius, around 67,000 light-years away from Earth. The majority of the cluster’s stars, about 400,000 in total, are found in its core; it is one of the most densely populated clusters ever found, with a phenomenal luminosity of some 180,000 times that of the Sun. No wonder it photographs so well! For more information, follow the link in our bio. Text credit: ESA (European Space Agency) Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, F. Ferraro et al. #NASA#Hubble#space#science#astronomy#universe#telescope#cosmos#Messier#75#globularcluster#cluster#stars#gravity#MilkyWay#Sagittarius
26.04.2019 15:01:54
Para celebrar el aniversario # 29 del Telescopio Espacial Hubble, hemos seleccio
Para celebrar el aniversario # 29 del Telescopio Espacial Hubble, hemos seleccionado nuestras imágenes favoritas del icónico observatorio del espacio profundo. Desde nebulosas coloridas hasta galaxias interactivas, Hubble ha fotografiado tantas cosas hermosas en el espacio que fue difícil elegir las favoritas. El Telescopio Espacial Hubble se lanzó el 24 de abril de 1990. Cada año para este aniversario, el equipo de Hubble lanza una nueva imagen especial de aniversario. En este año la imagen corresponde a la Nebulosa del Cangrejo del Sur. Imagen: NASA / ESA / Hubble. Follow us ➡️ @afcosmologica#afcosmologica#astrofisicacosmologica#science#cosmos#space#nebulosa#hubble#hubbletelescope#hubblespacetelescope#hubbleclassic#hubblehangout#hubblefriday#telescope#cosmology#astronomy#astronomía#cosmología#stars#galaxy#galaxys#nasa#esa#europeanspaceagency#nebula#nebulae#nebulas#astrophysics
25.04.2019 18:44:33
Hubble Uzay Teleskobu, 29. Yılının Şerefine Güney Yengeç Bulutsusu'nun Fotoğrafı
Hubble Uzay Teleskobu, 29. Yılının Şerefine Güney Yengeç Bulutsusu'nun Fotoğrafını Çekti. Görüntüsüyle kum saatini andıran Güney Yengeç Bulutsusu, ikili yıldız sisteminin ortaya çıkardığı bir unsur. Her yıl dönümünde bu tarz görüntüler çeken Hubble, kutlama için de olsa bu görüntüyle birlikte bulutsular hakkında daha fazla şey bilmemize yardımcı oldu. Görüntülenen Güney Yengeç Bulutsusu, ilk olarak 1967'de fark edildi. 1989 yılına kadar sıradan bir yıldız olduğu düşünülen bulutsunun Hubble sayesinde tam olarak neye benzediğini görebiliyoruz. #hubble#hubbletelescope#hubblefriday#astronomi#uzay#uzaybilimi#gökbilim#gökbilimi#uzayteleskobu#güneyyengeçbulutsusu
23.04.2019 16:11:36
#hubblefriday ✨

Messier 2, located in the constellation of Aquarius. Discovered
#hubblefriday ✨ Messier 2, located in the constellation of Aquarius. Discovered by Jean Dominique Maraldi in 1746, it is one of the largest known globular cluster. #nasa#space#science#astronomy#hubble#telescope#cosmos#stars#globularcluster#messier#m2#aquarius
19.04.2019 19:45:55
Hubble friday! Hubble barely fits on top of the kitten tower, but it still is on
Hubble friday! Hubble barely fits on top of the kitten tower, but it still is one of his favorite places to hang out. #greyfootcatrescue#kitten#cats#kitty#blindkitten#adoptdontshop#meltyourheartmeow#hubbletheblindcat#hubblefriday
19.04.2019 17:20:41
Reposted from @nasahubble -  #HubbleFriday Globular clusters are inherently beau
Reposted from @nasahubble - #HubbleFriday Globular clusters are inherently beautiful objects, but the subject of this Hubble image, Messier 3, is commonly acknowledged to be one of the most beautiful of them all. Containing an incredible half-million stars, this 8-billion-year-old cosmic bauble is one of the largest and brightest globular clusters ever discovered. However, what makes Messier 3 extra special is its unusually large population of variable stars — stars that fluctuate in brightness over time. New variable stars continue to be discovered in this sparkling stellar nest to this day, but so far we know of 274, the highest number found in any globular cluster by far. At least 170 of these are of a special variety called RR Lyrae variables, which pulse with a period directly related to their intrinsic brightness. If astronomers know how bright a star truly is based on its mass and classification, and they know how bright it appears to be from our viewpoint here on Earth, they can thus work out its distance from us. For this reason, RR Lyrae stars are known as standard candles — objects of known luminosity whose distance and position can be used to help us understand more about vast celestial distances and the scale of the cosmos. Messier 3 also contains a relatively high number of so-called blue stragglers, which are shown quite clearly in this Hubble image. These are blue main sequence stars that appear to be young because they are bluer and more luminous than other stars in the cluster. As all stars in globular clusters are believed to have formed together and thus to be roughly the same age, only a difference in mass can give these stars a different color. A red, old star can appear bluer when it acquires more mass, for instance by stripping it from a nearby star. The extra mass changes it into a bluer star, which makes us think it is younger than it really is. For more information, follow the link in our bio. Text credit: ESA (European Space Agency) Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, G. Piotto et al. #NASA#Hubble#space#science#astronomy#universe#telescope#cosmos#stars#cluster#globularcluster#messier#m3 - #regrann
19.04.2019 16:52:45
@nasahubble #Repost @nasahubble with @get_repost
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#HubbleFriday Globular clus
@nasahubble#Repost@nasahubble with @get_repost ・・・ #HubbleFriday Globular clusters are inherently beautiful objects, but the subject of this Hubble image, Messier 3, is commonly acknowledged to be one of the most beautiful of them all. Containing an incredible half-million stars, this 8-billion-year-old cosmic bauble is one of the largest and brightest globular clusters ever discovered. However, what makes Messier 3 extra special is its unusually large population of variable stars — stars that fluctuate in brightness over time. New variable stars continue to be discovered in this sparkling stellar nest to this day, but so far we know of 274, the highest number found in any globular cluster by far. At least 170 of these are of a special variety called RR Lyrae variables, which pulse with a period directly related to their intrinsic brightness. If astronomers know how bright a star truly is based on its mass and classification, and they know how bright it appears to be from our viewpoint here on Earth, they can thus work out its distance from us. For this reason, RR Lyrae stars are known as standard candles — objects of known luminosity whose distance and position can be used to help us understand more about vast celestial distances and the scale of the cosmos. Messier 3 also contains a relatively high number of so-called blue stragglers, which are shown quite clearly in this Hubble image. These are blue main sequence stars that appear to be young because they are bluer and more luminous than other stars in the cluster. As all stars in globular clusters are believed to have formed together and thus to be roughly the same age, only a difference in mass can give these stars a different color. A red, old star can appear bluer when it acquires more mass, for instance by stripping it from a nearby star. The extra mass changes it into a bluer star, which makes us think it is younger than it really is. For more information, follow the link in our bio. Text credit: ESA (European Space Agency) Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, G. Piotto et al. #NASA#Hubble#space#science#astronomy#universe#telescope#cosmos#stars#cluster#globularcluster#messier#m3
17.04.2019 02:29:06
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Вселенная - ты бесконечно прекрасна. Источник силы, вдохновен
Repost @nasahubble Вселенная - ты бесконечно прекрасна. Источник силы, вдохновения. #HubbleFriday This star-studded image shows us a portion of Messier 11, an open star cluster in the southern constellation of Scutum (the Shield). Messier 11 is also known as the Wild Duck Cluster, as its brightest stars form a “V” shape that somewhat resembles a flock of ducks in flight. Messier 11 is one of the richest and most compact open clusters currently known. By investigating the brightest, hottest main sequence stars in the cluster, astronomers estimate that it formed roughly 220 million years ago. Open clusters tend to contain fewer and younger stars than their more compact globular cousins, and Messier 11 is no exception: at its center lie many blue stars, the hottest and youngest of the cluster’s few thousand stellar residents. The lifespans of open clusters are also relatively short compared to those of globular ones; stars in open clusters are spread farther apart and are thus not as strongly bound to each other by gravity, causing them to be more easily and quickly drawn away by stronger gravitational forces. As a result, Messier 11 is likely to disperse in a few million years as its members are ejected one by one, pulled away by other celestial objects in the vicinity. For more information, follow the link in our bio. Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, P. Dobbie et al. Text credit: European Space Agency (ESA) #NASA#Hubble#space#science#astronomy#universe#telescope#cosmos#messier#11#starcluster#star#wildduckcluster credit: @nasahubble
16.04.2019 16:19:14
🌟Shine bright like a cluster! Don’t forget to shine bright today. 🌟

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🌟Shine bright like a cluster! Don’t forget to shine bright today. 🌟 #repost from @nasa@NASAHubble has done it again. This image reveals a globular cluster of stars in the constellation of Sagittarius, 18,000 light-years away from Earth. #HubbleFriday#NASA#ShineBright
15.04.2019 13:24:59
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😃me segue: @estudosdapalavradedeus
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#Repost@nasahubble • • • • • • 😃me segue: @estudosdapalavradedeus . ↗A cada dia, os cientistas descobrem mais e mais estrelas no O Universo! A Palavra de Deus diz: . 🔍"Farei com que os seus descendentes sejam tão numerosos como as estrelas do céu ou os grãos de areia da praia do mar; e eles vencerão os inimigos. Por meio dos seus descendentes eu abençoarei todas as nações do mundo, pois você fez o que eu mandei." Gênesis 22:17‭-‬18 . 🔍Saiba mais 👇👇👇👇👇 • • • • • • #HubbleFriday Globular clusters are inherently beautiful objects, but the subject of this Hubble image, Messier 3, is commonly acknowledged to be one of the most beautiful of them all. Containing an incredible half-million stars, this 8-billion-year-old cosmic bauble is one of the largest and brightest globular clusters ever discovered. However, what makes Messier 3 extra special is its unusually large population of variable stars — stars that fluctuate in brightness over time. New variable stars continue to be discovered in this sparkling stellar nest to this day, but so far we know of 274, the highest number found in any globular cluster by far. At least 170 of these are of a special variety called RR Lyrae variables, which pulse with a period directly related to their intrinsic brightness. If astronomers know how bright a star truly is based on its mass and classification, and they know how bright it appears to be from our viewpoint here on Earth, they can thus work out its distance from us. For this reason, RR Lyrae stars are known as standard candles — objects of known luminosity whose distance and position can be used to help us understand more about vast celestial distances and the scale of the cosmos. Text credit: ESA (European Space Agency) Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, G. Piotto et al. #NASA#Hubble#space#science#astronomy#universe#telescope#cosmos#stars#cluster#globularcluster#messier#m3
15.04.2019 00:14:45
Medio millón de estrellas amontonadas en el cúmulo globular denominado M3 en la
Medio millón de estrellas amontonadas en el cúmulo globular denominado M3 en la constelación de Canes Venatici. Foto reciente del telescopio Hubble. Es bellísima. https://t.co/1Vn0Ofss8L @CesarCantuQ#HubbleFriday Globular cluster Messier 3 contains an incredible half-million stars! This 8-billion-year-old cosmic bauble is one of the largest and brightest globular clusters ever discovered: https://t.co/F8SCQ62yAs https://t.co/FVIxle7CpU @NASAHubble
13.04.2019 07:02:44
This #HubbleFriday, we're in awe of this shot of Messier 3, courtesy of @NASAHub
This #HubbleFriday, we're in awe of this shot of Messier 3, courtesy of @NASAHubble. Learn more about this stunning cluster of stars below. #IntrepidMusem#Regram . . . . . . . Globular clusters are inherently beautiful objects, but the subject of this Hubble image, Messier 3, is commonly acknowledged to be one of the most beautiful of them all. Containing an incredible half-million stars, this 8-billion-year-old cosmic bauble is one of the largest and brightest globular clusters ever discovered. However, what makes Messier 3 extra special is its unusually large population of variable stars — stars that fluctuate in brightness over time. New variable stars continue to be discovered in this sparkling stellar nest to this day, but so far we know of 274, the highest number found in any globular cluster by far. At least 170 of these are of a special variety called RR Lyrae variables, which pulse with a period directly related to their intrinsic brightness. If astronomers know how bright a star truly is based on its mass and classification, and they know how bright it appears to be from our viewpoint here on Earth, they can thus work out its distance from us. For this reason, RR Lyrae stars are known as standard candles — objects of known luminosity whose distance and position can be used to help us understand more about vast celestial distances and the scale of the cosmos. Messier 3 also contains a relatively high number of so-called blue stragglers, which are shown quite clearly in this Hubble image. These are blue main sequence stars that appear to be young because they are bluer and more luminous than other stars in the cluster. As all stars in globular clusters are believed to have formed together and thus to be roughly the same age, only a difference in mass can give these stars a different color. A red, old star can appear bluer when it acquires more mass, for instance by stripping it from a nearby star. The extra mass changes it into a bluer star, which makes us think it is younger than it really is. Text credit: ESA (European Space Agency) Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, G. Piotto et al. #NASA#Hubble#space#science#astronomy#universe#telescope#cosmos
12.04.2019 18:12:11
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#HubbleFriday Globular clusters are inherently beautiful
#repost@nasahubble ・・・ #HubbleFriday Globular clusters are inherently beautiful objects, but the subject of this Hubble image, Messier 3, is commonly acknowledged to be one of the most beautiful of them all. Containing an incredible half-million stars, this 8-billion-year-old cosmic bauble is one of the largest and brightest globular clusters ever discovered. However, what makes Messier 3 extra special is its unusually large population of variable stars — stars that fluctuate in brightness over time. New variable stars continue to be discovered in this sparkling stellar nest to this day, but so far we know of 274, the highest number found in any globular cluster by far. At least 170 of these are of a special variety called RR Lyrae variables, which pulse with a period directly related to their intrinsic brightness. If astronomers know how bright a star truly is based on its mass and classification, and they know how bright it appears to be from our viewpoint here on Earth, they can thus work out its distance from us. For this reason, RR Lyrae stars are known as standard candles — objects of known luminosity whose distance and position can be used to help us understand more about vast celestial distances and the scale of the cosmos. Messier 3 also contains a relatively high number of so-called blue stragglers, which are shown quite clearly in this Hubble image. These are blue main sequence stars that appear to be young because they are bluer and more luminous than other stars in the cluster. As all stars in globular clusters are believed to have formed together and thus to be roughly the same age, only a difference in mass can give these stars a different color. A red, old star can appear bluer when it acquires more mass, for instance by stripping it from a nearby star. The extra mass changes it into a bluer star, which makes us think it is younger than it really is. For more information, follow the link in our bio. Text credit: ESA (European Space Agency) Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, G. Piotto et al. #NASA#Hubble#space#science#astronomy#universe#telescope#cosmos#stars#cluster#globularcluster#messier#m3
12.04.2019 14:40:54
En iyi fotoğrafçı hubble teleskobu olabilir mi?
Can the best photographer be the
12.04.2019 11:39:09
#HubbleFriday это праздничное изображение Хаббла напоминает праздничный венок из
#HubbleFriday это праздничное изображение Хаббла напоминает праздничный венок из сверкающих огней. Яркая звезда южного полушария RS Puppis, в центре изображения, завернута в тонкий кокон отражающей пыли, освещенный сверкающей звездой. Суперзвезда в десять раз массивнее Солнца и в 200 раз больше. RS Puppis ритмично светлеет и тускнеет в течение шестинедельного цикла. Это одна из самых ярких в классе так называемых переменных звезд цефеиды. Его средняя внутренняя яркость в 15 000 раз превышает яркость Солнца.
11.04.2019 15:56:55
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Subhanallah..
Peliharalah Kami semua and protec
Terasa kecil sungguh diri ini... Subhanallah.. Peliharalah Kami semua and protect us... Semoga Kami sentiasa dalam rahmat mu ya Allah .. #wearethesmallesttinyofthestars#ouruniverse#shinebrightlikeastar#wearehishumbleservants#thetruthaboutlife#realitycheck#instagalaxy#stars#galaxy#nasa#billionsofstars#billions#beautiful#amazing#shiningbrightlikeastar#mesmerizing#Repost@nasa (@get_repost) ・・・ 🌟Shine bright like a cluster 🌟 @NASAHubble has done it again. This image reveals a globular cluster of stars in the constellation of Sagittarius, 18,000 light-years away from Earth. Don’t forget to shine bright today. #HubbleFriday#NASA#ShineBright
11.04.2019 03:31:47
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🌟Shine bright like a cluster 🌟

@NASAHubble has done i
#Repost@nasa • • • • • • 🌟Shine bright like a cluster 🌟 @NASAHubble has done it again. This image reveals a globular cluster of stars in the constellation of Sagittarius, 18,000 light-years away from Earth. Don’t forget to shine bright today. #HubbleFriday#NASA#ShineBright Moon and Stars . . . . . #moonandstars#moonandstarsproject
09.04.2019 14:54:42
#Repost @nasa
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🌟Shine bright like a cluster 🌟

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#Repost@nasa • • • • • 🌟Shine bright like a cluster 🌟 @NASAHubble has done it again. This image reveals a globular cluster of stars in the constellation of Sagittarius, 18,000 light-years away from Earth. Don’t forget to shine bright today. #HubbleFriday#NASA#ShineBright
07.04.2019 14:28:37
#HubbleFriday Messier 2 is one of the largest clusters of its kind and one of th
#HubbleFriday Messier 2 is one of the largest clusters of its kind and one of the oldest associated with the Milky Way. It is bright enough that it can even be seen with the naked eye when observing conditions are extremely good https سبحان بديع السموات والارض😳😳
07.04.2019 14:02:27
fotografía por @nasahubble
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" #HubbleFriday Star clusters are commonly featured
fotografía por @nasahubble . " #HubbleFriday Star clusters are commonly featured in cosmic photoshoots, and are also well-loved by the keen eye of Hubble. These large gatherings of celestial gems are striking sights — and Messier 2 is certainly no exception. Messier 2 is located in the constellation of Aquarius, about 55,000 light-years away. It is a globular cluster, a spherical group of stars all tightly bound together by gravity. With a diameter of roughly 175 light-years, a population of 150,000 stars, and an age of 13 billion years, Messier 2 is one of the largest clusters of its kind and one of the oldest associated with the Milky Way. This Hubble image of Messier 2’s core was created using visible and infrared light. Most of the cluster’s mass is concentrated at its center, with shimmering streams of stars extending outward into space. It is bright enough that it can even be seen with the naked eye when observing conditions are extremely good. For more information, follow the link in our bio. Text credit: ESA (European Space Agency) Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, G. Piotto et al. #NASA#Hubble#space#science#astronomy#universe#telescope#cosmos#star#cluster#globularcluster#messier#m2#aquarius " . #astrofotografia#astrophotography#astronomia#ciencia#physics#fisica#galaxy#stars#cosmos#universe#DeepSpace#deepuniverse#espacio#espacioprofundo#telescopio
07.04.2019 04:56:57
RepostBy @nasahubble: "#HubbleFriday Star clusters are commonly featured in cosm
RepostBy @nasahubble: "#HubbleFriday Star clusters are commonly featured in cosmic photoshoots, and are also well-loved by the keen eye of Hubble. These large gatherings of celestial gems are striking sights — and Messier 2 is certainly no exception. Messier 2 is located in the constellation of Aquarius, about 55,000 light-years away. It is a globular cluster, a spherical group of stars all tightly bound together by gravity. With a diameter of roughly 175 light-years, a population of 150,000 stars, and an age of 13 billion years, Messier 2 is one of the largest clusters of its kind and one of the oldest associated with the Milky Way. This Hubble image of Messier 2’s core was created using visible and infrared light. Most of the cluster’s mass is concentrated at its center, with shimmering streams of stars extending outward into space. It is bright enough that it can even be seen with the naked eye when observing conditions are extremely good. For more information, follow the link in our bio. Text credit: ESA (European Space Agency) Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, G. Piotto et al. #NASA#Hubble#space#science#astronomy#universe#telescope#cosmos#star#cluster#globularcluster#messier#m2#aquarius" (via #InstaRepost@EasyRepost)
06.04.2019 20:15:07
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