Maniek Petersmith
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New Horizons: I Spy Pluto and Charon!

New Horizons: I Spy Pluto and Charon!

A Dying Star Shrouded by a Blanket of Hailstones Forms the Bug Nebula (NGC 6302)

A Dying Star Shrouded by a Blanket of Hailstones Forms the Bug Nebula (NGC 6302)

Image: Whirlpool Galaxy (© NASA/ESA/AP)

Image: Whirlpool Galaxy (© NASA/ESA/AP)

This spectacular group of young stars is the open star cluster NGC 3766 in the constellation of Centaurus (The Centaur). Image released June 12, 2013.

This spectacular group of young stars is the open star cluster NGC 3766 in the constellation of Centaurus (The Centaur). Image released June 12, 2013.

Cathedral Of Stars

Cathedral Of Stars

Stripes Are Back in Season on Jupiter | Via: NASA | #spaceimages #jupiter

Stripes Are Back in Season on Jupiter | Via: NASA | #spaceimages #jupiter

Pluto's Newly Discovered Moons Receive Names | Via: Astronomy Picture of the Day (APoD) | #spaceimages #pluto #plutomoons

Pluto's Newly Discovered Moons Receive Names | Via: Astronomy Picture of the Day (APoD) | #spaceimages #pluto #plutomoons

The Splendor of Orion: This new Hubble image of the Orion Nebula shows dense pillars of gas and dust that may be the homes of fledgling stars, and hot, young, massive stars that have emerged from their cocoons and are shaping the nebula with powerful ultraviolet light.

The Splendor of Orion: This new Hubble image of the Orion Nebula shows dense pillars of gas and dust that may be the homes of fledgling stars, and hot, young, massive stars that have emerged from their cocoons and are shaping the nebula with powerful ultraviolet light.

space view of earth and moon

space view of earth and moon

Cosmic 'DNA': Double Helix Spotted in SpaceCredit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/UCLA  A color enhanced version of the infrared signal to make the Double Helix Nebula's features easier to see. The spots are mostly red giants and red supergiants. Many other stars are present, but are too dim to appear.

Cosmic 'DNA': Double Helix Spotted in SpaceCredit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/UCLA A color enhanced version of the infrared signal to make the Double Helix Nebula's features easier to see. The spots are mostly red giants and red supergiants. Many other stars are present, but are too dim to appear.