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  • 6/3/1999 Magnificent Details in a Dusty Spiral Galaxy STScI-1999-25 201. Magnificent Details in a Dusty Spiral Galaxy The Key Project team used this Hubble telescope view of the magnificent spiral galaxy, NGC 4414, to help calculate the expansion rate of the universe. (More)
  • 5/6/1999 Internet Voters Get Two Galaxies in One from Hubble STScI-1999-16 202. Internet Voters Get Two Galaxies in One from Hubble Located about 130 million light-years away, NGC 4650A is one of only 100 known polar-ring galaxies. Their unusual disk-ring structure is not yet understood... (More)
  • 4/1/1999 Multiple Generations of Stars in the Tarantula Nebula STScI-1999-12 203. Multiple Generations of Stars in the Tarantula Nebula In the most active starburst region in the local universe resides a cluster of brilliant, massive stars, known to astronomers as Hodge 301. ... (More)
  • 3/18/1999 Hubble's Infrared Galaxy Gallery STScI-1999-10 204. Hubble's Infrared Galaxy Gallery Astronomers have used the Hubble telescope to produce an infrared "photo essay" of spiral galaxies. By penetrating the dust clouds swirling around the centers of these galaxies, the telescope's... (More)
  • 2/18/1999 Hubble Finds More Evidence of Galactic Cannibalism STScI-1999-06 205. Hubble Finds More Evidence of Galactic Cannibalism This beautiful, eerie silhouette of dark dust clouds against the glowing nucleus of the elliptical galaxy NGC 1316 may represent the aftermath of a 100-million-year-old... (More)
  • 2/4/1999 SN1987A in the Large Magellanic Cloud STScI-1999-04 206. SN1987A in the Large Magellanic Cloud Glittering stars and wisps of gas create a breathtaking backdrop for the self-destruction of a massive star, called supernova 1987A, in the Large Magellanic... (More)

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