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universe - Collections - Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world. ****Harriet Tubman

universe - Collections - Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world.

Melotte 15 in IC 1805

Astro Anarchy: Melotte 15 in IC 1805 with stars, the Heart Nebula, by J.

M27 - The Dumbbell Nebula is an excellent example of a gaseous emission nebula created as a sun-like star runs out of nuclear fuel in its core. The nebula forms as the star's outer layers are expelled into space, with a visible glow generated by atoms excited by the dying star's intense but invisible ultraviolet light. (credit: Astropixel.it | Francesco di Biase astrophotography)

M27 - The Dumbbell Nebula is an excellent example of a gaseous emission nebula created as a sun-like star runs out of nuclear fuel in its core. The nebula forms as the star's outer layers are expelled into space, with a visible glow generated by atoms excited by the dying star's intense but invisible ultraviolet light. (credit: Astropixel.it | Francesco di Biase astrophotography)

Gorgeous New Hubble Photo Reveals 'Beating Heart' of Crab Nebula

NASA's Hubble Space Telescope captured a stunning image of the central neutron star of the Crab Nebula, which spins at a rate of 30 times per second with a visible pulsating appearance, much like a heart.

Bright nebula with dark clouds of gas extending from center

Stormy Seas in Sagittarius

Swirling nebulae, galactic gas clouds and sparkling galaxies have all come under the Hubble Space Telescope's watchful eye, generating some of the most spectacular views of space ever seen. - Page 14

I never imagined I was going to see something like this: A video of a star bursting in space, illuminating the interstellar dust around it at the speed of light. This is not a computer simulation. It's an actual time-lapse video taken over four years by the Hubble—and scientists don't know its origin yet.

Hubble captures incredible star explosion in four-year time-lapse video

I can't believe this Hubble's star explosion time-lapse video is real. Time lapse video of Monoceros, light years away. The variable red star got so big this it became one of the largest stars ever observed, producing more light than the Sun.

The Pleiades (M45)

Famous cluster The Pleiades surrounded by intergalactic cirrus. Telescopic image by Ivan Eder.

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