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First discovered by astronomer Caroline Herschel in 1783, NGC 253 is a rare example of a ‘starburst galaxy’ with new stars being formed at many times the rate in our own galaxy, the Milky Way, captured by Michael Sidonio. (http://www.rmg.co.uk/whats-on/exhibitions/astronomy-photographer-of-the-year/)
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Floating Metropolis - NGC (Image: Michael Sidonio, Highly Commended) This galaxy was discovered in 1783 by Caroline Herschel and is sometimes called Caroline's Galaxy. Another name is the Silver Dollar Galaxy.

Deep Space Metropolis NG First discovered by astronomer Caroline Herschel in NGC 253 is a rare example of a starburst galaxy with new stars being formed at many times the rate in our own galaxy, the Milky Way.

See winning entries of the Royal Observatory Greenwich's Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2013 features the transit of Venus, comets, nebulas, auroras and

It's time once again to "Ooh" and "Ahh" at some of the best images of the night sky taken by amateur astronomers around the world. The Royal Observatory Greenwich announced the winners of its Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition on September

First discovered by astronomer Caroline Herschel in 1783, NGC 253 is a rare example of a ‘starburst galaxy’ with new stars being formed at many times the rate in our own galaxy, the Milky Way, captured by Michael Sidonio. (http://www.rmg.co.uk/whats-on/exhibitions/astronomy-photographer-of-the-year/)

First discovered by astronomer Caroline Herschel in 1783, NGC 253 is a rare example of a ‘starburst galaxy’ with new stars being formed at many times the rate in our own galaxy, the Milky Way, captured by Michael Sidonio. (http://www.rmg.co.uk/whats-on/exhibitions/astronomy-photographer-of-the-year/)
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Hubble Image of the Week – Tangled NGC 6240 5/18/15
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Not all galaxies are neatly shaped, as this new NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope image of NGC 6240 clearly demonstrates. Hubble previously released an image of t

Two supermassive black holes on a collision course in this knotted up galaxy shown by Hubble. This new image of NGC 6240 gets a better than ever look at the central tangle of what was once two separate galaxies that danced too closely.

NGC 6240 A bright pink star in the center radiates white light and darker dust on a field of stars

its distorted appearance is a result of a galactic merger that occurred when two galaxies drifted too close to one another. This merger sparked bursts of new star formation and triggered many hot young stars to explode as supernovae.

Hubble Image of the Week – Tangled NGC 6240 5/18/15

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Hubble Catches a Spiral Galaxy in Disguise | Resembling a wizard’s staff set aglow, NGC 1032 cleaves the quiet darkness of space in two in this image from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope. NGC 1032 is located about a hundred million light-years away in the constellation Cetus (the Sea Monster). Although beautiful, this image perhaps does not do justice to the galaxy’s true aesthetic appeal: NGC 1032 is actually a spectacular spiral galaxy, but from Earth, the galax
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Hubble Catches a Spiral Galaxy in Disguise | Resembling a wizard’s staff set aglow, NGC 1032 cleaves the quiet darkness of space in two in this image from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope.  NGC 1032 is located about a hundred million light-years away in the constellation Cetus (the Sea Monster). Although beautiful, this image perhaps does not do justice to the galaxy’s true aesthetic appeal: NGC 1032 is actually a spectacular spiral galaxy, but from Earth, the galax
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Galaxy cluster Abell 2744, TRAPPIST-1 system, Mars’s north polar cap and more images from space.

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Edge-on Spiral GalaxyNew awesome edge-on view of the galaxy NGC 1055 captured by ESO’s Very Large Telescope. This large galaxy is thought to be up to 15 percent larger in diameter than the Milky Way but shares the characteristic spiral arms.

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(Bode’s & Messier 82 (Cigar are respectively spiral & starburst galaxies about 12 mly away in Ursa Major.This couple is seen through the faint glow of an Integrated Flux Nebulae (or IFN).

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Stephan's Quintet - Galactic wreckage in Stephan’s Quintet by NASA Stephan’s Quintet consists of a compact group of five galaxies which are going to collide with each other. These galaxies are interesting for scientists because of these collisions.

Messier 104, or the Sombrero Hat Galaxy. 8 hours of exposure through a RCOS 14.25 " telescope with a SBIG STL11000 CCD & AOL.

The Sombrero Galaxy - voted best picture taken by the Hubble telescope. The dimensions of the galaxy, officially called are as spectacular as its appearance. The Sombrero Galaxy spans about light years across and lies 28 million light years away.

The nearly edge-on galaxy NGC 5746 is partially obscured in visible-light photographs, making accurate classification impossible. This image from the Spitzer Space Telescope reveals the galaxys true nature, showing a dramatic ring of warm dust surrounding the galaxys bright nucleus

Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics - Galaxy NGC 5746 - This image from the Spitzer Space Telescope reveals the galaxy's true nature, showing a dramatic ring of warm dust surrounding the galaxy's bright nucleus.

While most spiral galaxies, including our own Milky Way, have two or more spiral arms, NGC 4725 has only one. In this sharp color composite image, the arm, solo spira mirabilis, seems to wind from a prominent ring of bluish, newborn star clusters and red tinted star forming regions. Astronomers refer to NGC 4725, located 41 million light-years away in the constellation Coma Berenices, as a ringed barred spiral galaxy because a prominent ring of stars encircles a bar of stars at its center.

While most spiral galaxies, including our own Milky Way, have two or more spiral arms, NGC 4725 has only one. In this sharp color composite image, the arm, solo spira mirabilis, seems to wind from a prominent ring of bluish, newborn star clusters and red tinted star forming regions. Astronomers refer to NGC 4725, located 41 million light-years away in the constellation Coma Berenices, as a ringed barred spiral galaxy because a prominent ring of stars encircles a bar of stars at its center.

"The Majestic Messier-104 (M-104) Sombrero Galaxy" Distance to Earth: 29.35 million light years. Apparent mass: ~1 billion M☉ Constellation: Virgo Photo By: NASA Hubble Space Telescope

"The Majestic Messier-104 (M-104) Sombrero Galaxy" Distance to Earth: 29.35 million light years. Apparent mass: ~1 billion M☉ Constellation: Virgo Photo By: NASA Hubble Space Telescope

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Massive Nearby Spiral Galaxy NGC 2841

Massive Nearby Spiral Galaxy NGC 2841

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This Gemini Observatory image of Kronberger 61 shows the ionized shell of expelled gas resembling a soccer ball. The light of the nebula here is primarily due to emission from twice-ionized oxygen, and its central star can be seen as the slightly bluer star very close to the center of the nebula.

Soccer Ball in Space Gemini Observatory/AURA This Gemini Observatory image of Kronberger 61 shows the ionized shell of expelled gas resembling a soccer ball.

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