Pawel Orzechowski

Pawel Orzechowski

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These are the most mesmerizing, incredible space photos of 2015

he Mirrored Night Sky © Xiaohua Zhao (China) An enthralled stargazer is immersed in the stars as the luminous purple sky is mirrored in the thin sheet of water across the world’s largest salt flat, Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia.

Millions of stars erupt in the night sky over Mount Rainier National Park, creating this dazzling pic of the Milky Way & Washington’s iconic mountain. Photo courtesy of Kevin Shearer. — with KDS Photography at Mount Rainier National Park.

I was there. Not this specific blue ice tunnel. But in the blue ice caves under remant glaciers in Alaska. It was as amazing as you'd think. (And dangerous, but I was 23 and invincible.)

Not this specific blue ice tunnel. But in the blue ice caves under remant glaciers in Alaska. It was as amazing as you'd think. (And dangerous, but I was 23 and invincible.

Shoot for the moon-if you miss, you still fall among the stars. Nilgiri mountains

Nothing is better than the night sky from the mountains. Shoot for the moon . even if you miss it, you will still land among the stars --- the Nilgiri mountains l by Anton Jankovoy

Located approximately 7,000 light-years from Earth and nestled in the constellation Serpens lays the ultimate stellar nursery: the Eagle Nebula. This planetary nebula is home to seven strikingly beautiful pillars, most commonly referred to as the “Pillars of Creation," because it is in these towers that new stars are formed.

The Eagle Has Risen: Stellar Spire in the Eagle Nebula. A billowing tower of gas and dust rises from the stellar nursery known as the Eagle Nebula. This small piece of the Eagle Nebula is 57 trillion miles long trillion km).