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HubbleSite - NewsCenter - Hubble Unveils a Galaxy in Living Color (05/31/2001) - Release Images

Galaxy NGC 1512 in the constellation Horologium. A composite image was made of the center of the barred spiral galaxy using all three cameras of the Hubble Space Telescope. There is a 2400 light-year-wide circle of infant star clusters.

2013 holte Juno Schwung mit einem Swingby-Manöver um die Erde. (Foto…

Raumfahrt: Juno schickt erstes Jupiter-Bild zur Erde

On October Juno flew by Earth using the home planet's gravity to get a boost needed to reach Jupiter. The JunoCam caught this image of Earth, and other instruments were tested to ensure they work as designed during a close planetary encounter.

Neutron Stars | Metanerds

A neutron star is the gravitationally collapsed core of a massive star. When large stars use up all their nuclear fuel, they build .

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Meet the Pluto-like planetoid that set a solar system distance record.

The Moon from the International Space Station, via Chris Hadfield @Cmdr_Hadfield

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2012 VP113, also known as "Biden," because of the VP in the provisional name.

Space Discovery Suggests Unknown Planet At Solar System’s Fringe

The dwarf planet (coloured dots). Three images, each taken about two hours apart, were combined into one. The first was artificially colored.

This artist’s impression shows how the planet inside the disc of Beta Pictoris may look. Only 12 million years old, or less than three-thousandths of the age of the Sun, Beta Pictoris is 75% more massive than our parent star. Credit: ESO/L. Calçada

The best views yet of a planet moving around a star 63 light years away, have been photographed by the Gemini South telescope in Chile