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on Hastag #hubble Instagram Photo — Jun 21, 2017

By combining the power of a "natural lens" in space with the capability of NASA's Hubble Space Telescope, astronomers made a surprising discovery—the first example of a compact yet massive, fast-spinning, disk-shaped galaxy that stopped making stars only a few billion years after the big bang. Finding such a galaxy early in the history of the universe challenges the current understanding of how massive galaxies form and evolve, say researchers. Credit: NASA, ESA, M. Postman (STScI), and the CLASH team

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on Hastag #hubble Instagram Photo — Jun 22, 2017

Northern Summer on Titan . "And God made the firmament, and divided the waters which were under the firmament from the waters which were above the firmament: and it was so." . While yesterday's solstice brought summer to planet Earth's northern hemisphere, a northern summer solstice arrived for ringed planet Saturn nearly a month ago on May 24. Following the Saturnian seasons, its large moon Titan was captured in this Cassini spacecraft image from June 9. The near-infrared view finds bright methane clouds drifting through Titan's northern summer skies as seen from a distance of about 507,000 kilometers. Below Titan's clouds, dark hydrocarbon lakes sprawl near the large moon's now illuminated north pole. . text beyond telescope hangout lovers

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on Hastag #hubble Instagram Photo — Jun 21, 2017

This shot from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope shows a maelstrom of glowing gas and dark dust within one of the Milky Way’s satellite galaxies, the Large Magellanic Cloud.⠀ ⠀ The stormy scene shows a stellar nursery known as N159, measuring over 150 light-years across. It is known as a HII region, meaning it is rich in ionised hydrogen. Indeed, it contains many hot young stars that are emitting intense ultraviolet light, which causes nearby hydrogen gas to glow. Torrential stellar winds are also carving out ridges, arcs and filaments from the surrounding material.⠀ ⠀ Follow the link in our bio to learn more and download this image. ⠀ ⠀ 📸 /Hubble & ; CC BY 4.0

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on Hastag #hubble Instagram Photo — Jun 22, 2017

I found this picture on Pinterest. It shows the space shuttle Atlantis ahead of a boeing 747 that was modified for NASA to carry space shuttles... Its so kewl how a 747 can carry a shuttle on its back! How do they even put this thing on that?

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on Hastag #hubble Instagram Photo — Jun 22, 2017

This is an infrared image of the Shockwave created by the star Zeta Ophiuchi. Zeta Ophiuchi is a star located 336 light years away from earth in the constellation Ophiuchus. It is the third brightest star in the constellation. The star is 19 times more massive than our sun and is 3000000 years old so it is considered relatively young by galactic standards. Credit: NASA

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on Hastag #hubble Instagram Photo — Jun 21, 2017

Sometimes the bad things that happen in our lives put us directly on the path to the best things that will ever happen to us. 🌟 Via: 🌟 Follow my partner • 🌟 s

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on Hastag #hubble Instagram Photo — Jun 19, 2017

NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope sits in front of the door to Chamber A, a giant thermal vacuum chamber located at The telescope will soon be moved into the chamber, where it will spend a hot Houston summer undergoing tests at sub-freezing cryogenic temperatures. The telescope will operate at an extremely cold 39 K (-234° C or -389° F) in space, so is simulating those conditions on the ground, ensuring the optics and instruments will perform perfectly after launch. . In space, the telescope itself must be kept extremely cold, in order to be able to detect the infrared light from faint and very distant objects. To protect the telescope from external sources of light and heat (like the sun, Earth, and moon) as well as from heat emitted by the observatory itself, a five-layer, tennis court-sized sunshield acts like a parasol providing shade. The sunshield separates the observatory into a warm, sun-facing side (reaching temperatures close to 400 degrees Farenheit), and a cold side (185 degrees below zero) where the sunlight is blocked from interfering with the sensitive telescope instruments. . is the scientific successor to NASA's Space Telescope. It will be the most powerful space telescope ever built. is an international project led by NASA with its partners, ESA ( ) and the . Image Credit: NASA/Desiree Stover

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on Hastag #hubble Instagram Photo — Jun 22, 2017

Photo from Io -moon of Jupiter-. Photo taken by Juno spacecraft. With over 400 active volcaones, Io is the most geologically active object in the our Solar System. s today s andwe craft

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on Hastag #hubble Instagram Photo — Jun 18, 2017

The mark of a dying star... Six hundred and fifty light-years away in the constellation Aquarius, a dead star about the size of Earth, is refusing to fade away peacefully. Hubble and Spitzer Space Telescopes have captured the complex structure of the Helix nebula. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/ESA

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on Hastag #hubble Instagram Photo — Jun 22, 2017

The bright clusters and nebulae of planet Earth's night sky are often named for flowers or insects, and NGC 6302 is no exception. With an estimated surface temperature of about 250,000 degrees C, the central star of this particular planetary nebula is exceptionally hot though -- shining brightly in ultraviolet light but hidden from direct view by a dense torus of dust. Above is a dramatically detailed close-up of the dying star's nebula recorded by the Hubble Space Telescope. Cutting across a bright cavity of ionized gas, the dust torus surrounding the central star is in the upper right corner of this view, nearly edge-on to the line-of-sight. Molecular hydrogen has been detected in this hot star's dusty cosmic shroud. Bug Nebula lies about 4,000 light-years away in the arachnologically correct constellation Scorpius. Credit: A. Zijlstra (UMIST) et al., ESA, NASA. sky

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on Hastag #hubble Instagram Photo — Jun 22, 2017

🔽 👽 🔽. Origen..... . Space exterior. Extraterrestre.

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on Hastag #hubble Instagram Photo — Jun 22, 2017

Repost of a new piece. I'm still learning how to get good photos of these things! This is one of my favorite pieces that I've ever done in this style. It's titled "To Infinity" powder resin art

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on Hastag #hubble Instagram Photo — Jun 22, 2017

Our sun. The octillion ton bohemuth ball of hydrogen gas dominating the whole solar system and its formation and evolution from the center making up 99% of the solar systems mass making the remaining matter look like leftover debris. The sun itself produces energy from the super heated core creating nuclear fusion, in which the hydrogen matter fuses to make helium, in turn creating a gamma ray photon. The photon has a journey lasting millions of years to even make its way past the surface of the sun, due to its trajectory being shifted by the high density of matter intervening with it. The atom absorbs the photon then sends it out in a complete different direction, as this process goes on for about 2 million years the photon loses energy, as a result the gamma ray photon that was created in the core (highest energy frequency in the electromagnetic spectrum) usually only makes it out the surface with Ultraviolet, visible light, or an infrared photon. The sun itself emitts many different frequencies of light, 99% being visible light, Ultraviolet, and infrared. Although the suns light appears only white, the light itself has all the colors of the visible spectrum, you can see this all the time because thats what rainbows are, its the suns light diffracted into its individual colors.

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on Hastag #hubble Instagram Photo — Jun 22, 2017

Detail of "Stressed Desserts" created live at Stress Free Summer 2016. art

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on Hastag #hubble Instagram Photo — Jun 22, 2017

ما در اینجا مرحله نهایی تکامل یک ستاره شبیه به خورشید را میبینیم . این ستاره همچنین به عنوان یک سحابی شناخته میشود.در طول چندین هزار سال اینده این سحابی شبیه یک جواهر چند لایه زرد رنگ و در مدت چندیدن میلیارد سال به شکل یک کوتوله سفید تبدیل خواهد شد . انتظار میرود خورشید نیز به چنین سرنوشت مشابهی برسد اما خوشبختانه این اتفاق تا چند میلیارد سال اینده نمی افتد . اعتبار: ناسا / تیم میراث هابل (STScI / AURA) # universier

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on Hastag #hubble Instagram Photo — Jun 22, 2017

Jewels of the cosmos! Upper left is the Rosette Nebula, a stellar nursery 5000 light years away. Lower right is a protoplanetary disc... a solar system in the making!

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on Hastag #hubble Instagram Photo — Jun 22, 2017

This image was acquired by the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) camera aboard NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter on April 18, 2017, at 14 04 local Mars time. It reminded the HiRISE team of the rugged and open terrain of a stark shore-line, perhaps of the British Isles. # nasa ful today spacetelescope telescope akeover # class club nerd day graphy # art star

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on Hastag #hubble Instagram Photo — Jun 22, 2017

Orion Nebula

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on Hastag #hubble Instagram Photo — Jun 22, 2017

He just appeared in my life ⚡️he created a smile on my face when i did not know how too 🙂he sure does know how to make me laugh 😉and move forward. Thank you for being the best part of me life ❤️❤️ love more s

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on Hastag #hubble Instagram Photo — Jun 22, 2017

تصویری رویایی و تامل بر انگیز از کهکشان راه شیری بر فراز کوهستانی سرد و تاریک که چنین زیبا آن را روشن کرده است کهکشان راه شیری مدتهای طولانی وجود داشته است. سن کهکشان ما تقریبأ ۱۳٫۶ میلیارد سال است که ۲۰۰ میلیون سال پس از بیگ بنگ متولد شده است. اما کهکشان ما چگونه به اینجا رسیده؟ اول اینکه، همیشه ستارگان در جهان وجود نداشتند و کهکشان راه شیری نیز برای همیشه وجود نداشته است. پس از اینکه بیگ بنگ اتفاق افتاد و جهان کمی خنک شد، گاز به طور یکنواخت پخش شد. بی نظمی های کوچک باعث شدند گازها به توده های بزرگ و بزرگتر تبدیل شوند، سپس حرارت دیده و در نهایت سوخت هسته ای را برای ستارگان فراهم کردند. ستارگان شروع به جذب یکدیگر کردند تا گروه های بزرگتر ستاره ای را تشکیل دهند. قدیمی ترین گروه ستارگان، خوشه های کروی نامیده می شوند و برخی از این خوشه ها در کهکشان راه شیری بسیار بسیار قدیمی هستند اگرچه قدمت تمام ستارگان در کهکشان راه شیری به جهانِ بسیار کهن بر نمی گردد. اما کهکشان راه شیری بیش از ۷ ستاره در سال تولید می کند. کهکشان راه شیری اغلب کهکشانِ «هم نوع خوار» نامیده می شود زیرا در حین شکل گیری اش کهکشان های کوچکتر را بلعیده و با خودش ادغام کرده و بدین صورت بیشترین جرم خود را بدست آورده است. ستاره شناسان تصور می کنند که بسیاری از کهکشان های بزرگتر نیز به همین صورت به اندازه ی امروزی خود رسیده اند The Milky Way has been around a long, long time. The age of our galaxy is approximately 13.6 billion years, give or take 800 million years First off, there weren’t always stars in the Universe, and the Milky Way hasn’t been around forever. After the big bang happened, and the Universe cooled for a bit, all there was was gas uniformly spread throughout. Small irregularities allowed the gas to coalesce into larger and larger enough clumps, heating up and eventually starting the  nuclear fusion that powers stars. The oldest of these groups of stars are called globular clusters, and some of these clusters in the Milky Way galaxy date back to the very, very early Universe

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on Hastag #hubble Instagram Photo — Jun 22, 2017

BAZI BILIMSEL KANUNLAR Hubble, astronomik araştırmaları sonucu evrende Samanyolu'ndan başka galaksilerin de olduğunu, ayrıca bu galaksilerin bizimkinden gitgide uzaklaştığını keşfetmiştir. Hubble'ın en büyük başarısı, bu uzaklaşmanın galaksiler arasındaki mesafeyle doğru orantılı olduğunu keşfetmesidir. Yani, bir galaksi diğerine ne kadar uzaksa o kadar büyük bir süratle uzaklaşıyordu. Hubble Kanunu; Hız = Hubble Sabiti x Mesafe. Hubble Sabiti, evren genişleme oranını verir. Zamanla değişiklik gösterir. Şu an kabul edilen değer 1 megaparsek için 70 km/s'dir. Büyük Patlama Einstein, Hubble, Lemaitre ve diğer birçok bilim adamının yaptıkları deneyler ve araştırmalar sonucu ortaya çıkan Büyük Patlama (Big Bang) Teorisi'ne göre evren 14 milyar yıl önce büyük bir patlama sonucunda oluşmuştur. Patlamadan önce, evren tek bir noktada sıkıştırılmış halde, bütün maddeleri içinde barındırıyordu. Patlamadan sonra, tek bir nokta gitgide genişleyerek şu anki evren haline geldi. Patlamanın etkisi hala günümüzde devam etmekte, evren genişlemektedir.

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on Hastag #hubble Instagram Photo — Jun 22, 2017

I found a Spiral Galaxy in a mud puddle today

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on Hastag #hubble Instagram Photo — Jun 22, 2017

💜💖💛do you know what your looking at when your gaze at the stars.... 💜💖💛 Crab Nebula in technicolor! This new composite view combines data from five different telescopes, showing the celestial object in multiple kinds of light. The view starts with a composite image of the Crab Nebula, a supernova remnant that was assembled by combining data from five telescopes spanning nearly the entire breadth of the electromagnetic spectrum: the Very Large Array, the Spitzer Space Telescope, the Hubble Space Telescope, the XMM-Newton Observatory, and the Chandra X-ray Observatory. It then moves to the red-colored radio-light view that shows how a neutron star’s fierce “wind” of charged particles from the central neutron star energized the nebula, causing it to emit the radio waves. The yellow-colored infrared image includes the glow of dust particles absorbing ultraviolet and visible light. The green-colored Hubble visible-light image offers a very sharp view of hot filamentary structures that permeate this nebula. The blue-colored ultraviolet image and the purple-colored X-ray image shows the effect of an energetic cloud of electrons driven by a rapidly rotating neutron star at the center of the nebula. Credits: NASA/ESA/NRAO/AUI/NSF

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on Hastag #hubble Instagram Photo — Jun 22, 2017

The final stage in the evolution of a star similar to our sun…also known as a planetary nebula. Glowing like a multifaceted jewel, this nebula will gradually disperse into space over the next several thousand years, and then the star will cool and fade away for billions of years as a white dwarf. Our own sun is expected to undergo a similar fate, but fortunately, this will not occur until some 5 billion years from now. Credit: NASA/The Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA) ( for and ) lovers

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on Hastag #hubble Instagram Photo — Jun 22, 2017

The James Space Telescope will spend its summer in Houston at in a deep freeze, experiencing conditions similar to those it will experience in space! Engineers will perform the test to prove that the telescope can operate in space at these temperatures. Chamber A will simulate an environment where the telescope will experience extreme cold -- around 37 Kelvin (minus 236 degrees Celsius or minus 393 degrees Fahrenheit). . In space, the telescope must be kept extremely cold, in order to be able to detect the infrared light from very faint, distant objects. To protect the telescope from external sources of light and heat (like the sun, Earth, and moon), as well as from heat emitted by the observatory, a five-layer, tennis court-sized sunshield acts like a parasol that provides shade. The sunshield separates the observatory into a warm, sun-facing side (reaching temperatures close to 400 degrees Fahrenheit) and a cold side (185 degrees below zero). The sunshield blocks sunlight from interfering with the sensitive telescope instruments. . is the scientific successor to 's Space Telescope. It will be the most powerful space telescope ever built. It is an international project led by NASA with its partners, ESA ( ) and the . Text credit: Rob Gutro Image credit: NASA/Chris Gunn

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