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Amazing Cosmic Images

Since 1990, Hubble has observed Supernova 1987A.

This wide-field view shows a bright ring around the central region of the exploded star that's made of material cast off by the star about 20,000 years before its death.
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A sphere of stars
At the upper right of this image is the galaxy M89, which contains around 100 billion stars!
M89 is about 55 million light-years away.
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The most detailed images captured of the Crescent Nebula.
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NASA still has plans to install a radio telescope inside a crater on the far side of the MoonWith no disruption from Earth's atmosphere, it could see further than the James Webb telescope
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The photographer Leonardo Sens, waited 3 long years to take this fantastic shot in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
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One of the clearest closeup moon image!
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Dwarf planet Ceres in the asteroid belt.
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The surface of Jupiter’s moon Europa | NASA
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Voyager captures Jupiter and Europa- one of its 79 moons
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What does the Cone Nebula look like to you?
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ESA/Hubble Picture of the Week features the swirls of the galaxy IC 1776
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Last pic of Earth taken by Cassini before it crashed into Saturn
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A sunset on Mars captured by Perseverance rover
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The aurora australis above the southern Indian Ocean photographed from The ISS
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Galaxy ESO 300-16 shines in this week's Hubble Friday image.It's 28.7 million light-years away, but that's actually neighborly in cosmic terms! Hubble observed ESO 300-16 as part of a program dedicated to studying "nearby" galaxies
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Mars is smiling
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Newly discovered comet with a bright green tail is visiting Earth and could be visible to the naked eye this weekend
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The Veil Nebula in high definition from Hubble
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The two spiral galaxies in this Hubble image just happen to line up with one another. This chance superposition allows astronomers to measure the density of dust in the foreground galaxy based on how much background light it blocks
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The galactic jellyfish known as ESO 137-1 was created as a normal spiral galaxy plowed through inter-cluster gas. A bout of star-formation occurs in the blue tendrils that formed as a result of the headwind. What made this galactic jellyfish?
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Detailed view of Phobos, one of the two moons of Mars.
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Our view of Pluto changed drastically over just 21 years.
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What the Earth and Moon look like from Saturn

Earth is the blue point of light on the left; the Moon is fainter, white and on the right.
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You are looking at 140,000 cosmic islands. Every point of light is an entire galaxy, each containing billions of stars, trillions of planets and who knows, may be life.
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One of the best images of Jupiter photographed by NASA's Juno probe
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This edge-on view of NGC 4762 makes it difficult to determine which shape this galaxy is. However, astronomers theorize that it’s a lenticular galaxy, between an elliptical and spiral galaxy, that swallowed a smaller galaxy in the past.
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Here’s a stunning Hubble image of five tightly bound galaxies caught up in a leisurely gravitational dance. In about 1 billion years, they will collide and merge to form a giant elliptical galaxy
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