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Surprise visit from the Hubble space telescope rising out of the Gulf. Go check them out @nasahubble heard they take some ok Astro pics 🤣 swipe for some meteor captures from the same night. #hubblespacetelescope #nasa #meteorshower #longexposure #astro
UltraViolet Astronomy - By measuring the amount of Ultraviolet Light emitted from other galaxies or stars we can get a visual of them. Most of the tools we use for UV astronomy are outside of our Atmosphere because out Atmosphere absorbs UltraViolet Radiation. #UltraVioletAstronomy #Ultraviolet #UV #Galaxy #galaxies #visiblelight #astronomy #HubblespaceTelescope #SpiralGalaxy #atmosphere #science #educational #stars #OuterSpace #nasa #radiation
LA NEBULOSA RCW 120 The RCW 120 NEBULA #nebula #hubblespacetelescope
#Repost @instagram ( @get_repost) ・・・ Featured photo by @alexandr_ivanec Weekend Hashtag Project: #WHPpretend On Tuesday, ghouls and goblins in the US and other parts of the world will celebrate Halloween. To get in the creative spirit of the holiday, the goal this weekend is to let your imagination loose and see people, places and things transform before your eyes — as in this featured photo from Alexander Ivanec ( @alexandr_ivanec). Here are some tips to get you started: If you could be anyone or anything for a day, who or what would you be? Dress up as your idol or inspiration and show us your best looks. Nature likes to play dress up, too. Train your eye to see a spooky tree turn into an emoji, or a landscape that takes on a new shape when seen above from a drone. PROJECT RULES: Please add the #WHPpretend hashtag only to photos and videos taken over this weekend and only submit your own visuals to the project. If you include music in your video submissions, please only use music to which you own the rights. Any tagged photo or video taken over the weekend is eligible to be featured next week. . . . #nasa #space #hubble #hubblespacetelescope #spacetelescope #telescope #galaxy #galactic #spothubble #universe #microwaves #phdtee #ice #astronaut #earth #amazing #spaceman #moon #research #tshirt #design #inspo #inspiration #rocketscientist #rocket #gorgeous #color #inspirational
Ilustración: Un agujero negro supermasivo ligado al polvo! ⚫️✨⚡️ - La impresión de un artista 👩‍🎨 muestra el torbellino de polvo alrededor de un agujero negro supermasivo.⚫️✨Los agujeros negros se encuentran en los centros de las galaxias activas🌌. Al igual que en un tornado, donde a menudo se encuentran restos que giran sobre el vórtice, en un agujero negro,⚫️un torbellino de polvo rodea su cintura.💨En algunos casos, los astrónomos 🔭pueden mirar a lo largo del eje del torbellino de polvo desde arriba o desde abajo y tener una vista clara del agujero negro. Técnicamente, estos objetos se denominan "fuentes de tipo 1". Las "fuentes de tipo 2" se encuentran con el borde del torbellino de polvo visto desde la Tierra🌎por lo que nuestra vista del agujero negro está totalmente bloqueada por el polvo en un rango de longitudes de onda desde el infrarrojo cercano a los rayos X blandos💥⚡️. El equipo científico europeo de AVO dirigido por Paolo Padovani de Space Telescope-European Coordinating Facility y European Southern Observatory en Munich, Alemania 🇩🇪 ha descubierto toda una población de oscuros y poderosos agujeros negros supermasivos.🙌🏼⚫️Treinta de estos objetos se encontraron en los llamados campos GOODS (Great Observatories Origins Deep Survey). 📡🔭🙌🏼✨🌌 La encuesta GOODS consta de dos áreas que incluyen algunas de las observaciones más profundas de telescopios espaciales y terrestres, incluido el telescopio espacial Hubble🛰de la NASA / ESA, y se han convertido en los parches mejor estudiados en el cielo.😎🙌🏼⚫️✨⚡️💥🌌 En la ilustración también se ven los chorros que salen de las regiones más cercanas al agujero negro. Los chorros salen de un área cercana al agujero negro donde gira un disco de material acrecionado (no se ve aquí)! 📡🔭⚫️✨🌌 - Crédito Ilustración: ESA / NASA, el proyecto AVO y Paolo Padovani • • • #NASA #ESA #Hubble #hubblespacetelescope Astronomía #Astronomy #Astronomie #Agujeronegro #Blackhole #Espacio #Space #spaceexploration #Ciencia #science #Estrellas #Stars #etoiles #Universo #Universe #Univers #cosmos #Luna #LunaLlena #LunaLlenastronomia
Excited to say these four galaxies are going to a new home 🌌 Pink and blue have been quite popular colours in this series, but I particularly like this maroon one. 😊 If you have any interest in any from this series, feel free to DM me ❤️
LA GALASSIA NGC 4144 The NGC 4144 GALAXY #space #hubblespacetelescope
Hubble Uzay Teleskopu, Mars’ı, gezegende havanın açık olduğu günlerde pek çok defa görüntüledi. O yüzden Mars’ın meteorlarca dövülmüş güney yarımküresine, volkanlarla yükselmiş kuzey yarımküresine, kutup buzullarına, gezegenin ortasını neredeyse boydan boya yarmış gibi görünen Valles Marineris kanyonuna aşinayız. Bu fotoğraf ise gezegenin açık bir gününde değil, ismine yaraşır şekilde (‘Mars’ Roma mitolojisinde Savaş Tanrısı’dır) asi, hırçın günlerinden birinde çekilmiş. Yine de, bir toz fırtınası tarafından adeta yutulmuş haliyle daha çok Venüs’ü andıran gezegenin, gizemli çekiciliğine kapılmamak elde değil. #kozmikanafor #astronomy #astrophotography #astronomi #astrofoto #hubblespacetelescope #mars #storm #fırtına #space #uzay #gunessistemi #solarsystem #planet #gezegen #sky
@Regranned from @seekr_of_stars - Message Sent to Nearby Planet That Could Host Life Last month, scientists and artists beamed a message to GJ 273, a red dwarf also known as Luyten's star that lies 12.36 light-years from Earth, project team members revealed today (Nov. 16). Luyten's star hosts two known planets, one of which, GJ 273b, may be capable of supporting life as we know it. #exoplanet #nasa #space #hubble #hubblespacetelescope #spacetelescope #telescope #universe #galaxy #solarsystem #astrophysics #picoftheday #galaxies #astronomy #science. - #regrann
@seekr_of_stars Admin: @rob__corrales Message Sent to Nearby Planet That Could Host Life Last month, scientists and artists beamed a message to GJ 273, a red dwarf also known as Luyten's star that lies 12.36 light-years from Earth, project team members revealed today (Nov. 16). Luyten's star hosts two known planets, one of which, GJ 273b, may be capable of supporting life as we know it. #exoplanet #nasa #space #hubble #hubblespacetelescope #spacetelescope #telescope #universe #galaxy #solarsystem #astrophysics #picoftheday #galaxies #astronomy #science.
A red dwarf is a small and relatively cool #star on the main sequence, of either K or M #spectral type. Red dwarfs range in mass from a low of 0.075 to about 0.50 solar mass and have a surface #temperature of less than 4,000 K. Red dwarfs are by far the most common type of star in the Milky Way, at least in the neighborhood of the #Sun, but because of their low luminosity, individual red dwarfs cannot be easily observed. From #Earth, not one is visible to the naked eye. #Proxima #Centauri, the nearest star to the Sun, is a red dwarf (Type M5, apparent magnitude 11.05), as are fifty of the sixty nearest stars. According to some estimates, red dwarfs make up three-quarters of the stars in the Milky Way. Stellar models indicate that red dwarfs less than 0.35 M☉ are fully convective. Hence the helium produced by the thermonuclear fusion of hydrogen is constantly remixed throughout the star, avoiding helium buildup at the core, thereby prolonging the period of fusion. Red dwarfs therefore develop very slowly, maintaining a constant luminosity and spectral type for trillions of years, until their fuel is depleted. Because of the comparatively short age of the universe, no red dwarfs exist at advanced stages of #evolution. #exoplanet #nasa #space #hubble #hubblespacetelescope #spacetelescope #telescope #universe #galaxy #solarsystem #astrophysics #picoftheday #galaxies #astronomy #science.
What causes Hubble's Variable Nebula to vary? The unusual nebula featured here changes its appearance noticeably in just a few weeks. Discovered over 200 years ago and subsequently cataloged as NGC 2261, the remarkable nebula is named for Edwin Hubble, who studied it early last century. Fitting, perhaps, the featured image was taken by another namesake of Hubble: the Space Telescope. Hubble's Variable Nebula is a reflection nebula made of gas and fine dust fanning out from the star R Monocerotis. The faint nebula is about onelight-year across and lies about 2500 light-years away towards the constellation of the Unicorn (Monocerotis). The leading variability explanationfor Hubble's Variable Nebula holds that dense knots of opaque dust pass close to R Mon and cast moving shadows onto the reflecting dust seen in the rest of the nebula. Image Credit: Hubble, NASA, ESA; Data: Mark Clampin (NASA's GSFC); Processing & License: Judy Schmidt #NASA #HubbleSpaceTelescope #ESA #Cosmology #Astronomy #Nebula #Astrophysics
M83 la galassia di ruby M83The ruby galaxy #galaxy #cosmos #hubblespacetelescope