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A Star being born!

There's a giant void in the Milky Way where no stars have been born for MILLIONS of years

An illustration showing stars exploding deep inside the core of a developing galaxy in the early universe. (NASA, ESA, Z. Levay and G. Bacon/ Space Telescope ...

Satellite Data Helps Uncover Milky Way's 'Ghost' Galaxy

We Just Discovered a Galaxy Without Dark Matter, And Astronomers Are Freaking Out

Galaxies are eating each other and the Milky Way might be next. Astronomers ...

Andromeda's majestic spray of billions of hot stars

An example of a spiral galaxy, the Pinwheel Galaxy (also known as Messier 101 or NGC 5457)

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The Andromeda-Milky Way Collision | Space Time

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Ground-based telescope's view of the Large Magellanic Cloud, a satellite galaxy of our Milky Way. (Photo Credit: NASA/ESA/Adam Riess and Palomar Digitized ...

The Andromeda and Milky Way Merger. Image Credit: NASA; ESA; Z. Levay and R. van der Marel, STScI; T. Hallas; and A. Mellinger

The Milky Way's (almost) identical twin

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Death of the Milky Way - How the Universe Works - watch free online documentaries - ihavenotv.com

Color composite image of the globular cluster HP 1, one of the oldest stellar clusters in the Milky Way, obtained using the Gemini-South telescope in Chile.

Newly identified galaxy is the most distant ever confirmed - The Washington Post

The spiral galaxy M101 takes center stage in this photo from the Dragonfly telescope, but astronomers are also interested in the fainter galaxies lurking in ...

NO SIGN OF ACTUAL SPACE RASPBERRIES http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/2009/apr/21/space -raspberries-amino-acids-astrobiology

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1 of 9. "Loopy" Galaxy

Galaxy Hunters Article, Cosmology Information, First Star Facts -- National Geographic


NASA illustration of the night sky prior to the Andromeda galaxy's predicted merger with the Milky Way which will begin in about 4 billion years.

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A 3D rendering of a swarm of meteorites or asteroids entering the earth's atmosphere.

Earth to Be Consumed By Red Giant Star (In 5B Years)

Mars Alien Secrets

As Gaia Maps Our Galaxy, This Telescope Keeps an Eye on the Spacecraft

Credit: NASA, ESA and the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA)

Cygnus X-1 black hole. An artist's impression of ...

This artist's impression shows the path of the star S2 as it passes close to the

GW170817, the first merger of a pair of neutron stars confirmed via the detection of gravitational waves, was already a veritable scientific treasure trove ...

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Comparative Life Zones of Stars, search for life, exoplanets, exomoons

Witches, goblins and the quest to solve the mystery of dark matter

Is This the Biggest Spiral Galaxy in the Universe?

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Black Hole Overview. Typical Black Hole. A black hole is a spherical region of space ...

Artist's impression of the star S2 passing very close to the supermassive black hole at the centre of the Milky Way. Image credits: ESO/L. Calçada.

Did a Black Hole Built the Milky Way?

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TOO BIG, TOO SOON Supermassive black holes that are actively feeding on gas and dust, like the one shown in this artist's rendition, have been spotted in ...

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This Is The Most Accurate Measurement Of The Milky Way's Mass Yet | IFLScience

Stars Are The Universe's Neat Freaks

Astronomical scientists working at the University of Hong Kong's Laboratory for Space Research seek answers to


Astro2110 – The Solar System

How weird is our Solar System?

(images by Jon Headley first appeared on theallowed.com)

New Yale Study Says Wandering Black Holes Lurk in the Heart of the Milky Way

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Enormous Galaxy Tail Is Twice The Length Of The Milky Way

June 2019

Volcanoes - The Furnaces Of Life

Pains of giving birth to stars gives heft to elliptical galaxies

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To demonstrate the universality of free fall - which states that objects fall identically in a gravitational field regardless of their mass or composition ...

This image from the Hubble Space Telescope shows the distribution of dark matter in the center of the giant galaxy cluster Abell 1689.

Are There Other Intelligent Civilizations Out There? Two Views on the Fermi Paradox

Column: Ashes to Ashes, Stardust to Stardust. It's been said that we are all made of ' ...

From midnorthern latitudes on spring evenings, the Big Dipper, Boötes, and Virgo can

The globular cluster M15 seen in visible light (red/green/blue) and X-rays (shown as purple) reveals a black hole. It emits radio waves (inset, ...

Interesting Facts About Stars

Spiral galaxy. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

June 2019

Death of the Milky Way

A dense stream of dark matter is currently passing through our neck of the Milky Way. The S1 Stream (a wave of stars and dark matter traveling at over 1 ...

Astronomers Just Discovered a Rare Dwarf Galaxy That's Loaded With Precious Elements

4 of 9. Black Eye Galaxy

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Scientists took a new photo of the Skull and Crossbones Nebula just in time for Halloween, and it's a multicolored burst of light and dust

A spiral galaxy powered by a black hole.

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Star Stuff: Happy Halloween from the BOOniverse

Space Facts: Star Constellations. These 88 constellations cover the ...


Artistic rendering of Enceladus being devoured by a Milky Way-like galaxy. Credit: René van der Woude, Mixr.nl

The galaxy NGC 1052-DF2 as seen by the Hubble Space Telescope.

Transit of Mercury: How to see the planet pass in front of the sun

Kepler-452b. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

By studying the moons of Jupiter and likewise discovering new ones, scientists are better able to understand how the solar system came to be.