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Wizard Nebula

Wizard Nebula- I wish that when I die, I could see the universe (multi-verses?) in this false color imaging in my afterlife, forever, with the same sense of wonder I have now.

I read this, " we are facilitators of our own evil creations." Which quote do you like best? HA!

The colorful Eagle Nebula taken at the National Science Foundation's telescope on Kitt Peak. Located in the constellation of Serpens, the Serpent, the Eagle Nebula is a very luminous open cluster of stars surrounded by dust and gas.

The Earth as seen from Mars. And u are rotating at 1,000 mph, hurling thru space at 67,000 mph hanging by your feet on a round ball.   Yikes what is there to be afraid of then.

The Earth as seen from Mars

Funny pictures about The Earth as seen from Mars. Oh, and cool pics about The Earth as seen from Mars. Also, The Earth as seen from Mars photos.

The Antennae Galaxies are undergoing a galactic collision. Located in the NGC 4038 group with 5 other galaxies, they are named for the two long tails of stars, gas and dust ejected from them as a result of the collision resemble an insect's antennae. The nuclei of the two galaxies are joining to become one giant. Most galaxies probably undergo at least one significant collision in their lifetimes.This is likely the future of our Milky Way when it collides with the Andromeda Galaxy

The merging Antennae galaxies - As the two galaxies smash together, billions of stars are born, mostly in groups and clusters of stars. From Hubble Telescope

human body ingredients Nothing but what makes up the world

Human Body Ingredients via imaginaryfoundation: 'The average human has approximately 100 trillion cells and each cell is made of approximately 100 trillion atoms, each of which were originally created in the center of a star.

~Be Love ~ Be Light ~ Be Magic~

Stellar Snowflake Cluster Newborn stars, hidden behind thick dust, are revealed in this image of a section of the Christmas Tree Cluster from NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope. The newly revealed infant.