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♥ Europe at midnight. Day Genesis And God said Let there be lights in heavens to divide the day from the night and to give light upon the earth; God made 2 lights, the greater for the day and lesser light to rule the night and he made the stars also.

Nebula | With Trapcode Mir

Nebula | With Trapcode Mir

NASA Saw Something Come Out Of A Black Hole For The First Time Ever | Beauty of Planet Earth | #Astronomy   #BlackHole #Space |

You don’t have to know a whole lot about science to know that black holes typically suck things in, not spew things out. But NASA just spotted something mighty strange at the supermassive black hole Markarian

A Hubble Space Telescope optical image of our nearest neighbor galaxy, Andromeda (M31), with an inset X-ray image of the active center made with the XMM-Newton observatory. - Credit: MPE

A Hubble Space Telescope optical image of our nearest neighbor galaxy, Andromeda with an inset X-ray image of the active center made with the XMM-Newton observatory. The newly discovered ultraluminous X-ray source is highlighted.

This image shows the remarkably round planetary nebula Abell 33, located roughly 2500 light-years from Earth. The strikingly bright star, HD 83535, located along the rim of the nebula creates a beautiful illusion in this VLT image. The star lies in the foreground of the nebula, between Earth and Abell 33, in just the right place to make this view even more beautiful. - Image Credit: ESO - Image enhancement: Jean-Baptiste Faure

This image shows the remarkably round planetary nebula Abell located roughly 2500 light-years from Earth. The strikingly bright star, HD located along the rim of the nebula, lies in the foreground, between Earth and Abell

cono-nebulosa

astronemma: “ Blow, Winds “ The Cone Nebula (NGC consists of a glowing cloud of ionized gas excited by the surrounding hot, massive young blue stars. Strong winds of particles blow from these.

The Eagle Nebula’s Pillars of Creation. This image shows the pillars as seen in infrared light, allowing it to pierce through obscuring dust and gas and unveil a more unfamiliar

Remember the “Pillars of Creation,” the star-forming nursery in the heart of the Eagle Nebula? “The whole difference between construction and creation is exactly this…