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Several hundred never before seen galaxies are visible in this "deepest-ever" view

Several hundred never before seen galaxies are visible in this "deepest-ever" view

Several hundred never before seen galaxies are visible in this 'deepest-ever' view

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Several hundred never before seen galaxies are visible in this "deepest-ever" view of the universe, called the Hubble Deep Field (HDF), made with NASA's ...

Swimming in Sculptor

Photobombing asteroids paint S-trails across the galaxy cluster Abell 370 in this amazing composite

NGC 4414, a typical spiral galaxy in the constellation Coma Berenices, is about 55,000 light-years in diameter and approximately 60 million light-years away ...

Hubble confirms a 13 billion year old galaxy.

EarthSky Facebook friend Josh Blash captured this image of the Andromeda galaxy in July, 2014

28) Several hundred never before seen galaxies are visible in this “deepest-ever” view of the universe.

Composite image of Abell 2744 region, with radio, X-Ray, and optical ( visible light) data combined. Credit: Pearce et al.; Bill Saxton, NRAO/AUI/NSF; ...

Galaxies · star field that's actually galaxies

Enlarge Image. This image of the Andromeda Galaxy ...

The band of the Milky Way, across the night sky. How many stars are

Trajectory of the Smith Cloud as it arcs out of the plane of our Milky Way

The Milky Way's 100 Billion Planets

Viewed from above, we can now see that our gaze takes across the Perseus Arm

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The universe is full of galaxies. (Image: NASA, ESA, and J. Lotz (STScI)

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The Andromeda Galaxy in the infrared and visible

A breakthrough using data from the Gaia-ESO project has provided evidence backing up theoretically predicted divisions in the chemical composition of the ...

Antennae Galaxies reloaded

Look back in time with a glimpse at a galaxy that's 13.4 billion light years away

This is how far human radio broadcasts have reached into the galaxy | The Planetary Society

Telescopes observe the Milky Way on Mauna Kea, Hawaii

Antennae Galaxies

An example of a spiral galaxy, the Pinwheel Galaxy (also known as Messier 101 or NGC 5457)

The Bullet Cluster of galaxies, which lies 3.8 billion light-years away, is

Massive supernova visible millions of light years from Earth | Science | The Guardian

In this rendering, the yellow circle encloses every star visible to the unaided human eye under ideal viewing conditions. We can only see a few piddly ...

Many elliptical galaxies have effectively stopped making new stars. NASA Sloan Atlas

Other than a few foreground Milky Way stars, every object in this NASA/ESA

Centaurus A is the closest giant elliptical galaxy to Earth. This composite image shows the halo of stars, a dust lane from a recent collision with another ...

NGC 1300, a barred, spiral galaxy viewed nearly face-on by the Hubble Space Telescope. Credit: NASA/ESA/Hubble

colliding galaxies,interacting galaxies

The galaxy in this stunning image captured by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope, UGC 12158, is an excellent example of a barred-spiral galaxy and is ...

A new infrared image of the galaxy Centaurus A reveals the gassy, ghastly bones of a galaxy that it consumed several hundred million years ago.

Images credit: NASA, via Kitt Peak National Observatory (visible, top) and Spitzer (IR, below).

Mystery of ultra-diffuse faint galaxies solved

m33,triangulum galaxy

The galaxy cluster MACSJ0416.1–2403

How many galaxies are in the universe? – Morgridge Institute for Research

Alien Supercivilizations Absent from 100,000 Nearby Galaxies - Scientific American

galaxy M83 NGC5236

SN 1994D (bright spot on the lower left), a Type Ia supernova outshining its home galaxy, NGC 4526

Ground-based telescope image of the Pleiades star cluster, showing the blue reflection nebula

Far Side of the Galaxy. “

Galaxy NGC1672

This Hubble Space Telescope image shows thousands of galaxies whose light took billions of years to

Hubble’s cross-section of the cosmos

Andromeda composite (NASA)

The globular cluster Omega Centauri seen at ESO's La Silla Observatory. Image via Wikimedia Commons

The Milky Way, our home galaxy (Credit: ForestWander, CC by 3.0)

Another Earthsky friend on Facebook and G+, Thomas Wildoner, caught the Andromeda galaxy in

The ...

Mystery of ultra-diffuse faint galaxies solved – Niels Bohr Institute - University of Copenhagen

Eridanus-1, one of the three most visible of the newly discovered objects orbiting

Mystery of ultra-diffuse faint galaxies solved

Yeah, I know. Doesn't look like much, does it? But oh, what it means… That's a galaxy ...

Swimming in Sculptor

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This image shows the relative size and appearance of the Magellanic Clouds, dwarf companions of our Milky Way Galaxy, named for the 16th century explorer, ...

Image via Fred Espanak

Despite the myriad galaxies seen by Hubble, scientists estimate that only 10% of all

To be blunt, the Andromeda Galaxy just looks like a smudge of light to the unaided eye. It looks nothing like those stunning images created with long ...

NOAO image of elliptical galaxy M32, a satellite of M31, the Andromeda Galaxy

Peering through the thick dust clouds of the galactic bulge, an international team of astronomers

The hunt for invisible dwarf galaxies

M82, a starburst galaxy that has ten times the star formation of a "normal" galaxy

The reconstruction model that created this image allowed astronomers to study a distant galaxy at much higher resolution that Hubble can normally achieve, ...

The Most Detailed 3-D Sky Map Ever of the Galaxy's 100 Billion Stars

The Oldest Galaxies in the Universe

The Black Eye Galaxy (M64): Astronomers also call it by the name “Sleeping Beauty galaxy”. Astronomers used to say that the red color in the middle is ...

Mysterious radio signal traced to dwarf galaxy

It is very easy question Just imagine how big number you can imagine. What ever you get number just add( 1÷0 ). This would be your answer .

Hubble Ultra Deep Field Image Reveals Galaxies Galore

Rosette Nebula as seen by Rob Gendler in visible light ...

Urban Galaxies