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Sneak Peek! Observatory Documentary Full of Beautiful Starscapes

Sneak Peek! Observatory Documentary Full of Beautiful Starscapes

Behold Your Next Desktop Wallpaper: NuSTAR's First Picture Of The Sun For the west limb image (as shown in the banner), a 15.13 MB full-res TIFF (3,150 x 1,600) can be found here, and for a 282 kB full-res JPEG click here. For the entire image (as shown below), a 3.77 MB full-rex TIFF (1,092 x 1,200) can be found here, and for a 153 kB full-res JPG click here.

Behold Your Next Desktop Wallpaper: NuSTAR's First Picture Of The Sun

Behold Your Next Desktop Wallpaper: NuSTAR's First Picture Of The Sun For the west limb image (as shown in the banner), a 15.13 MB full-res TIFF (3,150 x 1,600) can be found here, and for a 282 kB full-res JPEG click here. For the entire image (as shown below), a 3.77 MB full-rex TIFF (1,092 x 1,200) can be found here, and for a 153 kB full-res JPG click here.

A beautiful new image of two colliding galaxies has been released by NASA's Great Observatories.

A beautiful new image of two colliding galaxies has been released by NASA's Great Observatories.

This is the Latest Hole Punched into Mars by a Science-Obsessed Rover

This is the Latest Hole Punched into Mars by a Science-Obsessed Rover

Beautiful Infrared Astronomy from the Spitzer Space Telescope This rosebud was the first Spitzer image I saw, and the perfect Valentine's astrophotograph.

Beautiful Infrared Astronomy from the Spitzer Space Telescope

Beautiful Infrared Astronomy from the Spitzer Space Telescope This rosebud was the first Spitzer image I saw, and the perfect Valentine's astrophotograph.

51 Favourite Photos from Astronaut Scott Kelly's First Six Months in Space May 22, 2015: Sandbars and islands in shallow water. Image credit:

51 Favourite Photos from Astronaut Scott Kelly's First Six Months in Space

51 Favourite Photos from Astronaut Scott Kelly's First Six Months in Space May 22, 2015: Sandbars and islands in shallow water. Image credit:

Creating the Rings of Saturn

Creating the Rings of Saturn

Space photography is largely taken for granted these days. But there was a time not so long ago when images from space had the power to truly amaze, a time when a photo of, say, Ed White floating in the void boggled the mind and inspired the imagination.

The Sun Emits a Plasma Arc So Big You Could Fit 25 Earths Beneath It

The Sun Emits a Plasma Arc So Big You Could Fit 25 Earths Beneath It

SDO is designed to help us understand the Sun's influence on Earth and Near-Earth space by studying the solar atmosphere on small scales of space and time and in many wavelengths simultaneously.

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