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  • 5/25/2011 Hubble Finds Blue Straggler Stars in the Galactic Bulge Hubble Finds Blue Straggler Stars in the Galactic Bulge ... deep into the star-filled, ancient hub of our Milky Way (left), the Hubble Space Telescope has found a ... core population from foreground stars in the Milky Way. It's not clear how blue stragglers form, ... Image Types: Astronomical, Illustration
  • 4/9/2015 Hubble Galaxy at Redshift z = 2.4 Hubble Galaxy at Redshift z = 2.4 Credit: NASA, ESA, C. Papovich (Texas A&M University), H. Ferguson (STScI), S. Faber (University of California, Santa Cruz), and I. Labbé (Leiden University) Image Type: Astronomical
  • 5/31/2012 Fate of Sun After Galaxy Collision Fate of Sun After Galaxy Collision ... before-and-after comparison of the size of our Milky Way galaxy at present, and after it fully completes ... galaxy of aging stars. Our Sun now orbits in the Milky Way's disk. But after the merger, it likely will ... Image Type: Illustration
  • 4/4/2006 Image of the Constellation Cassiopeia Image of the Constellation Cassiopeia ... constellation Cassiopeia was taken by Akira Fujii. The center bar of the Milky Way Galaxy runs through the middle of the constellation and the image. ... Image Type: Astronomical
  • 4/9/2015 The Growth of Milky Way-Like Galaxies Over Time The Growth of Milky Way-Like Galaxies Over Time ... NASA's Hubble Space Telescope show how galaxies similar in mass to our Milky Way evolved over time. The images reveal that Milky Way-like galaxies grow larger in size and in stellar mass over billions ... Image Types: Astronomical, Annotated
  • 4/9/2015 Hubble Galaxy at Redshift z = 2.8 Hubble Galaxy at Redshift z = 2.8 Credit: NASA, ESA, C. Papovich (Texas A&M University), H. Ferguson (STScI), S. Faber (University of California, Santa Cruz), and I. Labbé (Leiden University) Image Type: Astronomical
  • 4/9/2015 Hubble Galaxy at Redshift z = 2.0 Hubble Galaxy at Redshift z = 2.0 Credit: NASA, ESA, C. Papovich (Texas A&M University), H. Ferguson (STScI), S. Faber (University of California, Santa Cruz), and I. Labbé (Leiden University) Image Type: Astronomical
  • 5/25/2011 Compass and Scale Image of Hubble SWEEPS Field Compass and Scale Image of Hubble SWEEPS Field Illustration Credit: NASA, ESA, and Z. Levay (STScI) Science Credit: NASA, ESA, W. Clarkson (Indiana University and UCLA), and K. Sahu (STScI) Object Names: SWEEPS Field Image Types: Astronomical, Illustration
  • 5/30/2012 Signature of a White Dwarf Signature of a White Dwarf White dwarf stars have remarkable properties, yet they are very simple. These stripped cores of normal hydrogen-burning stars are about 1 million times denser than matter on Earth. This means that a tablespoon ... Image Type: Illustration
  • 4/9/2015 A Firestorm of Star Birth A Firestorm of Star Birth ... from a hypothetical planet within the youthful Milky Way galaxy 10 billion years ago. The heavens are ablaze ... star-birth rate is 30 times higher than it is in the Milky Way today. Our Sun, however, is not among these ... Image Types: Illustration, Artwork
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