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Many details of Saturn appear clearly in infrared light. Bands of clouds show great structure, including long stretching storms. Also quite striking in infrared is the unusual hexagonal cloud pattern surrounding Saturn's North Pole. Each side of the

NGC 1499: The California Nebula! On the featured image, the most prominent glow of the California Nebula is the red light characteristic of hydrogen atoms recombining with long lost electrons, stripped away by energetic starlight. A regular target f

A Galactic Rose! This image shows Arp 273. A swath of blue, jewel-like points across the top is the combined light from clusters of bright and hot young stars. Their distorted appearance is due to gravitational tides as the pair engage in close enco

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Now & Then: Some of earliest images of celestial bodies! Jupiter, Saturn, Pluto, Orion Nebula and Andromeda Galaxy.. There is much more to the technology used in astronomy today. For example, the Hubble Space Telescope and many other astronomical d

An image taken by astronauts aboard the ISS of a large plume of smoke, steam and ash erupting from the Sarychev volcano on the Kuril Islands, Russia. It is thought that the eruption has caused a hole to form in the cloud layer above it. June 12, 2009

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Do we really know how lucky we are to have this Earth? This is all we have right now. We have a long way to go to save our planet from the impact of climate change. Earth will not not be habitable for us if we don't make a huge effort, as individual

The world's most powerful rocket, SpaceX Falcon Heavy, launches to space from NASA Kennedy Space Center. (2019) Each first-stage booster has nine engines, for a total of 27 firing at the same time during liftoff. SpaceX says the rocket has the abilit

Moon and Venus Occultation! Bifrost Astronomical Observatory! April 22, 2009. Telescope: Astro-Physics Traveler 105 EDT APO Refractor (105mm, f/5.8, fl=610mm) Photo by Fred Espenak

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