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  • 1/5/2015 Quasar's Light Yields Clues to Outflow Quasar's Light Yields Clues to Outflow ... Bubbles, two lobes of material being blown out of the core of our Milky Way galaxy. The quasar's light passed through one of the bubbles. Imprinted ... Image Type: Illustration
  • 1/11/2012 Planets Everywhere Planets Everywhere ... gives an impression of how common planets are around the stars in the Milky Way. The planets, their orbits, and their host stars are all vastly magnified ... Image Type: Artwork
  • 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
  • 5/31/2012 Nighttime Sky View of Future Galaxy Merger: Present Day Nighttime Sky View of Future Galaxy Merger: Present Day ... is a nighttime view of the current sky, with the bright belt of our Milky Way. The Andromeda galaxy lies 2.5 million light-years away and looks like a faint spindle, several times the diameter of the full ... Image Type: Illustration
  • 5/31/2012 Nighttime Sky View of Future Galaxy Merger: 3.75 Billion Years Nighttime Sky View of Future Galaxy Merger: 3.75 Billion Years Andromeda fills the field of view. The Milky Way begins to show distortion due to tidal pull from Andromeda. Science ... Image Type: Illustration
  • 5/31/2012 Nighttime Sky View of Future Galaxy Merger: 5.1 Billion Years Nighttime Sky View of Future Galaxy Merger: 5.1 Billion Years During the second close passage, the cores of the Milky Way and Andromeda appear as a pair of bright lobes. Star-forming nebulae ... Image Type: Illustration
  • 5/31/2012 Nighttime Sky View of Future Galaxy Merger: 4 Billion Years Nighttime Sky View of Future Galaxy Merger: 4 Billion Years After its first close pass, Andromeda is tidally stretched out. The Milky Way, too, becomes warped. Science Illustration Credit: NASA, ESA, Z. Levay ... Image Type: Illustration
  • 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
  • 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 = 0.65 Hubble Galaxy at Redshift z = 0.65 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
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