This false-color composite image provided by NASA hows the Cartwheel galaxy as seen by the Galaxy Evolution Explorer's Far Ultraviolet detector (blue); the Hubble Space Telescope t (green); the Spitzer Space Telescope (red); and the Chandra (purple).
Shrouded in clouds today in this image was taken by the crew of Apollo 10 as they began their lunar journey. From nautical miles away, this full disk view of our home planet shows the crew’s vantage point from space.
This highly detailed image of the Crab Nebula was assembled by combining data from five telescopes spanning nearly the entire breadth of the electromagnetic spectrum: The Very Large Array (radio) in red;
All the colors of the universe. It would be amazing to have these printed out on different canvases with the galaxy names under them and have them hanging around my future house. A lovely reminder that we are made of the universe.
Hubble captures 'Pillars of creation' in unprecedented detail
The new Hubble photo of the pillars of creation in the Eagle Nebula is sharper than the original. The bluish coloration near the dense edges is gas that is heated by nearby young stars & is being dissipated into space.