05star_cluster - gwiezdny żłobek - gromada młodych i bardzo młodych gwiazd - zdjęcie z Teleskopu Hubble'a

05star_cluster - gwiezdny żłobek - gromada młodych i bardzo młodych gwiazd - zdjęcie z Teleskopu Hubble'a

Plejady - gromada gwiazd widoczna gołym okiem | tylkoastronomia.pl - kosmos…

Plejady - gromada gwiazd widoczna gołym okiem | tylkoastronomia.pl - kosmos…

French Silk Angel Food Cake. This is one of the best cakes you will ever make in your kitchen. It tastes like you are eating a light and fluffy chocolate cloud. It is super easy to make too! The other recipes of desserts don't even come close to this one. I always get asked for the recipe.

French Silk Angel Food Cake

French Silk Angel Food Cake. This is one of the best cakes you will ever make in your kitchen. It tastes like you are eating a light and fluffy chocolate cloud. It is super easy to make too! The other recipes of desserts don't even come close to this one. I always get asked for the recipe.

Gratis obraz na Pixabay - Gromada Kulista, Gwiazd, Messier 92

Gratis obraz na Pixabay - Gromada Kulista, Gwiazd, Messier 92

This is it!!! Love Giada anyway!! Happy Valentines Day!   Lemon Champagne Cocktail from FoodNetwork.com

Lemon Champagne Cocktail

This is it!!! Love Giada anyway!! Happy Valentines Day! Lemon Champagne Cocktail from FoodNetwork.com

The City of Light and Sweetness: Paris Themed Cakes

The City of Light and Sweetness: Paris Themed Cakes

The Pleides Star Cluster Taurus

The Pleides Star Cluster Taurus

This stellar swarm is M80 (NGC 6093), one of the densest of the 147 known globular star clusters in the Milky Way galaxy. Located about 28,000 light-years from Earth, M80 contains hundreds of thousands of stars, all held together by their mutual gravitational attraction. Globular clusters are particularly useful for studying stellar evolution, since all of the stars in the cluster have the same age (about 15 billion years), but cover a range of stellar masses.

This stellar swarm is M80 (NGC 6093), one of the densest of the 147 known globular star clusters in the Milky Way galaxy. Located about 28,000 light-years from Earth, M80 contains hundreds of thousands of stars, all held together by their mutual gravitational attraction. Globular clusters are particularly useful for studying stellar evolution, since all of the stars in the cluster have the same age (about 15 billion years), but cover a range of stellar masses.

Super Star Cluster #Westerlund2! This cluster is so massive that it is expected to eventually evolve into a globular cluster.  It hosts a dozen O-class hypergiant stars, each one with a luminosity 30,000 - 1,000,000 times greater than that of our Sun.

Super Star Cluster #Westerlund2! This cluster is so massive that it is expected to eventually evolve into a globular cluster. It hosts a dozen O-class hypergiant stars, each one with a luminosity 30,000 - 1,000,000 times greater than that of our Sun.

M45: The Pleiades Star Cluster . Explanation: Perhaps the most famous star cluster on the sky, the Pleiades can be seen without binoculars from even the depths of a light-polluted city. Also known as the Seven Sisters and M45, the Pleiades is one of the brightest and closest open clusters. The Pleiades contains over 3000 stars, is about 400 light years away, and only 13 light years across. Credit & Copyright: Robert Gendler

M45: The Pleiades Star Cluster . Explanation: Perhaps the most famous star cluster on the sky, the Pleiades can be seen without binoculars from even the depths of a light-polluted city. Also known as the Seven Sisters and M45, the Pleiades is one of the brightest and closest open clusters. The Pleiades contains over 3000 stars, is about 400 light years away, and only 13 light years across. Credit & Copyright: Robert Gendler

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