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The magnificent starburst galaxy Messier This is the sharpest wide-angle view ever obtained of Messier Out from its central regions young stars are being born ten times faster than they are inside in our Milky Way Galaxy


Bright Spiral Galaxy from Hubble. Explanation: The Hubble Space Telescope has resolved individual stars in a spectacular new image of nearby spiral galaxy Light takes about 12 million years to reach us from


Star Streams and the Sunflower Galaxy - Messier A bright spiral galaxy of the northern sky, Messier 63 is about 25 million light-years distant in the loyal constellation Canes Venatici.


Hot stars burn brightly in this new image from NASA's Galaxy Evolution Explorer, showing the ultraviolet side of a familiar face. Approximately million light-years away, the Andromeda galaxy, or is our Milky Way's largest galactic neighbor.




Pinwheel Galaxy Light Years Across, Twice The Diameter Of Our Milky Way In The Constellation Ursa Major ( The Great Bear)


NASA Spitzer Space Telescope - Sombrero Galaxy in Infrared - one of the largest galaxies in the nearby Virgo Cluster of Galaxies.