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An artist's illustration of the black hole at the heart of a quasar in the distant universe. The biggest black hole known to exist lives in the nearby galaxy It's times bigger than the Milky Way's supermassive black hole.

Astronomers find a dark matter galaxy far, far away. At the center of this infrared image is a massive red galaxy, 9.8 billion light-years from Earth, which acts like a cosmic magnifying glass, distorting the light from an even more distant galaxy.

Astronomers find a dark matter galaxy far, far away. At the center of this infrared image is a massive red galaxy, billion light-years from Earth, which acts like a cosmic magnifying glass, distorting the light from an even more distant galaxy.

SDO Collects Its 100 Millionth Image | by NASA Goddard Photo and Video. An instrument on our Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) captured its 100 millionth image of the sun. The instrument is the Atmospheric Imaging Assembly, or AIA, which uses four telescopes working parallel to gather eight images of the sun – cycling through 10 different wavelengths -- every 12 seconds. This is a processed image of SDO multiwavelength blend from Jan. 19, 2015, the date of the spacecraft's 100th millionth…

Photograph by NASA/Goddard/SDO ‘An instrument on NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) captured its 100 millionth image of the sun. The instrument is the Atmospheric Imaging Assembly, or AIA, which.

The Little Dumbbell Nebula, also known as Messier 76, NGC 650/651, the Barbell Nebula, or the Cork Nebula,[1] is a planetary nebula in the constellation Perseus

The Little Dumbbell Nebula, also known as Messier NGC the Barbell Nebula, or the Cork Nebula, is a planetary nebula in the constellation Perseus.

On Aug. 23, 1966, the world received its first view of Earth taken by a spacecraft from the vicinity of the Moon. The photo was transmitted to Earth by the Lunar Orbiter I and received at the NASA tracking station at Robledo De Chavela near Madrid, Spain. The image was taken during the spacecraft's 16th orbit.

First View of Earth from Moon. NASA's Lunar Orbiter 1 sent back the world's first view of Earth from the vicinity of the Moon. The photo was later reprised in color by the Apollo astronauts. Via NASA.

Magnificent CME Erupts on the Sun - August 31 by NASA Goddard Photo and Video, via Flickr

everyonedies: “ On August 2012 a long filament of solar material that had been hovering in the sun’s atmosphere, the corona, erupted out into space at p. The coronal mass ejection, or.