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on Hastag #chandra Instagram Photo — Nov 18, 2017

Methuselah Nebula MWPI . “And all the days of Methuselah were nine hundred sixty and nine years: and he died.” . The lovely, symmetric planetary nebula cataloged as MWP1 lies some 4,500 light-years away in the northern constellation Cygnus the Swan. One of the largest planetary nebulae known, it spans about 15 light-years. Based on its expansion rate the nebula has an age of 150 thousand years, a cosmic blink of an eye in the 10 billion year life of a sun-like star. But planetary nebulae represent a very brief final phase in stellar evolution, as the nebula's central star shrugs off its outer layers to become a hot white dwarf. In fact, planetary nebulae ordinarily only last for 10 to 20 thousand years. As a result, truly ancient MWP1 offers a beautiful challenge to astronomers studying the evolution of its central star. © NASA (APOD) . text beyond telescope hangout lovers

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on Hastag #chandra Instagram Photo — Nov 8, 2017

Jupiter’s intense northern and southern auroras present a pulsating polar puzzle to scientists, according to a new study using data from our Chandra X-ray and ESA's XMM-Newton observatories. Using these observations, a team of researchers produced maps of Jupiter's X-ray emissions and identified an X-ray hot spot at each pole that had very different characteristics. Swipe to see both poles of Jupiter. The X-ray emission at Jupiter's south pole consistently pulsed every 11 minutes, but the X-rays seen from the north pole were erratic, increasing and decreasing in brightness — seemingly independent of the emission from the south pole. Each hot spot can cover an area equal to about half the surface of the Earth. This makes Jupiter particularly puzzling. X-ray auroras have never been detected from our Solar System's other gas giants, including Saturn. Jupiter is also unlike Earth, where the auroras on our planet's north and south poles generally mirror each other because the magnetic fields are similar. Credit: X-ray: NASA/CXC/UCL/W.Dunn et al, Optical: South Pole: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS/Gerald Eichstädt /Seán Doran; North Pole: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS craft

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on Hastag #chandra Instagram Photo — Nov 17, 2017

Called Terminator 🙂 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Follow for more content!. 😊___________________________________________ Ignore hashtags: telescope lovers hangout text beyond

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on Hastag #chandra Instagram Photo — Nov 17, 2017

que vem de muuuito longe: mais exatamente seis bilhões de anos-luz de distância! A imagem produzida pelo observadório mostra um quasar (um objeto luminoso distante que se parece uma estrela, mas, segundo astrônomos, pode ser causado pela queda de gases em buracos negros no centro de galáxias) fotografado em 2009. Uma galáxia entre o Chandra e o quasar funcionou como uma lente nesta foto, produzindo quatro imagens. Os pontos luminosos na imagem são o quasar, em quatro posições diferentes, ao redor de outro ponto luminoso, no centro, que seria uma galáxia. O tempo de observação foi de nada menos que seis horas e 56 minutos. Crédito: Nasa

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on Hastag #chandra Instagram Photo — Nov 16, 2017

When you have no idea that camera is capturing you but your subtle look and eyes still manages to put their magic spell👀🖤 Hot-Attitude Look😎 Edits

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on Hastag #chandra Instagram Photo — Nov 15, 2017

Nov 15 Same Day,Last Year... Fans got a Pleasant Surprise😊 Sexy Tokas Revealed his Six Pack !!! 😍😍 😍😍 😍😍 6 Packs of Diligence, Desire, Discipline, Dedication, Determination & Devotion😇 Mr.Tokas, All your effort paid off...your(our) Chandra was simply stunning!❤️ tokas nandni nandini gupt guptamaurya rajchauhan

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on Hastag #chandra Instagram Photo — Nov 6, 2017

Episode highlight part-1| Most sensous scene ... ♥ .... Love is on the air .... Bae .... basuprasad nandni .. Enjoy FRS

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on Hastag #chandra Instagram Photo — Nov 17, 2017

Aaj Blue💙Hai Paani Paani🌊 Paani Paani Paani Paani💦 Aur Din Bhi Sunny Sunny🌞 Sunny Sunny Sunny Sunny🌻 Our Chandu is chilling in hamam🛀 Hotness overloaded🔥 Sexiness at its peak 🙈 Good noon Rians ❤ With our Naughty 😍 💘 guptMaurya Nandni Nandini

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on Hastag #chandra Instagram Photo — Nov 18, 2017

SEXY💘 Stoical personality😎 Can’t stop looking 👀 guptaMaurya

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on Hastag #chandra Instagram Photo — Nov 18, 2017

SATURDAY FUNTIME 😇 Samrat with peacock feather 😍 Shehanshah in romantic mood 😘 REAL ⚔️ DREAM Which is your most favourite and why 🙈😂 Drop your comments 👇👇 nandni nandini guptamaurya

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on Hastag #chandra Instagram Photo — Nov 18, 2017

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on Hastag #chandra Instagram Photo — Nov 18, 2017

11-18-17 ( ) ・・・ Methuselah Nebula MWPI . “And all the days of Methuselah were nine hundred sixty and nine years: and he died.” . The lovely, symmetric planetary nebula cataloged as MWP1 lies some 4,500 light-years away in the northern constellation Cygnus the Swan. One of the largest planetary nebulae known, it spans about 15 light-years. Based on its expansion rate the nebula has an age of 150 thousand years, a cosmic blink of an eye in the 10 billion year life of a sun-like star. But planetary nebulae represent a very brief final phase in stellar evolution, as the nebula's central star shrugs off its outer layers to become a hot white dwarf. In fact, planetary nebulae ordinarily only last for 10 to 20 thousand years. As a result, truly ancient MWP1 offers a beautiful challenge to astronomers studying the evolution of its central star. © NASA (APOD) . text beyond telescope hangout lovers

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on Hastag #chandra Instagram Photo — Nov 18, 2017

🙏💙🌀💎✨ ・・・ Hydrogen in M51 . ”I will not leave you comfortless: I will come to you.” . Perhaps the original spiral nebula, M51 is a large galaxy, over 60,000 light-years across, with a readily apparent spiral structure. Also cataloged as NGC 5194, M51 is a part of a well-known interacting galaxy pair, its spiral arms and dust lanes clearly sweeping in front of companion galaxy NGC 5195 (top). This dramatically processed color composite combines M51 image data from the Calar Alto Observatory's 1.2 meter telescope. The data include long exposures through a narrow hydrogen alpha filter that trace emission from atomic hydrogen. Reddish hydrogen emission regions, called HII regions, are the regions of intense star formation seen to lie mainly along M51's bright spiral arms. Intriguingly, this composite also shows red hydrogen emission structures in the faint features extending even beyond NGC 5195, toward the top of the frame. © NASA (APOD) . text beyond telescope hangout lovers

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on Hastag #chandra Instagram Photo — Nov 18, 2017

💎🌙🦋👽Happy New Moon & New Beginnings 🌀🙏🏽👁💙 The cycles . Use the power for ur intentions.🌐 . . . . scorpio

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on Hastag #chandra Instagram Photo — Nov 18, 2017

“I can go through anything, just to have you in my life!”💞 That kind of love had for her♥️ Nailed it💪🏻💘 Remember this scene?😍

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on Hastag #chandra Instagram Photo — Nov 18, 2017

Methuselah Nebula MWPI . “And all the days of Methuselah were nine hundred sixty and nine years: and he died.” . The lovely, symmetric planetary nebula cataloged as MWP1 lies some 4,500 light-years away in the northern constellation Cygnus the Swan. One of the largest planetary nebulae known, it spans about 15 light-years. Based on its expansion rate the nebula has an age of 150 thousand years, a cosmic blink of an eye in the 10 billion year life of a sun-like star. But planetary nebulae represent a very brief final phase in stellar evolution, as the nebula's central star shrugs off its outer layers to become a hot white dwarf. In fact, planetary nebulae ordinarily only last for 10 to 20 thousand years. As a result, truly ancient MWP1 offers a beautiful challenge to astronomers studying the evolution of its central star. © NASA (APOD) . text beyond telescope hangout lovers

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on Hastag #chandra Instagram Photo — Nov 18, 2017

Chandra is observing tychos supernova remnant.This spectacular debris field has expanded by about 100 billion miles since the first time chandra observed it in 2000.

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on Hastag #chandra Instagram Photo — Nov 18, 2017

Atrás de uma Maha Lakshmi sempre há um Maha Deva 😂 bom dia Deuses e Deusas, hoje é dia de happy hour com vocês ;)

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on Hastag #chandra Instagram Photo — Nov 18, 2017

is disguised and enters in Nandni's swayamvar. Chandra is caught and everyone recognises him. And is the reason for that.🙈🙈 Those death glares.. uffff!!😍😍

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on Hastag #chandra Instagram Photo — Nov 18, 2017

That's great editing ! Pic by - - The Crab Nebula, Messier 1. This was a post processing exercise with acquisition data provided by Jim Misti using a huge 32” RC telescope. One cool part of astrophotography is the ability for folks to share data and depending on techniques used, produce wildly different images.

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on Hastag #chandra Instagram Photo — Nov 18, 2017

Nikmat tuhan mana yang kamu dustakan..subhanallah... sand island parmen

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on Hastag #chandra Instagram Photo — Nov 18, 2017

To Sleep😴or To Wake up😌 Cutie pie Chandu has to traverse from dreamland to godland 😍😇 Good morning🌞 with our sweet angel👼 💖 guptMaurya Nandni Nandini

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on Hastag #chandra Instagram Photo — Nov 18, 2017

Gosh😂!!! Cannot stop me from laughing 😂😂😂😂😂😂😋!! Awwwwww is it so cuteeeeeeeeeeee😍😍😍😍😍 prince Chandra 👲 and princess Nandnu 👸 Loved this cindrella version 😍😍😍😍😍 Comment down if you mote posts like this 👇👇👍👍 😁😁Tags😍😍😍 😍😍😘😇 Hastags😘😗 cindrella nandini nandini #😍 #😂 #😘 #😢 # 😭

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