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Cette image qui représente moins d’1/20ème du ciel contient 48 741 galaxies chacune représentée par un point. Chaque galaxie étant composée de dizaines, voire de centaines, de milliards de systèmes solaires. L’image vient du Sloan Digital Sky Survey III qui vient de réaliser grâce à un télescope au Mexique le recensement le plus complet des …

Cette image qui représente moins d’1/20ème du ciel contient 48 741 galaxies chacune représentée par un point. Chaque galaxie étant composée de dizaines, voire de centaines, de milliards de systèmes solaires. L’image vient du Sloan Digital Sky Survey III qui vient de réaliser grâce à un télescope au Mexique le recensement le plus complet des …

Located about 130 million light-years   away, NGC 4650A is one of only 100 known polar-ring galaxies.

Located about 130 million light-years away, NGC 4650A is one of only 100 known polar-ring galaxies.

“Eye of God” Nebula, Auroras, Planetary Orbits, Formation of Solar System and Retrograde motion of planets presented with eye catching GIFs

“Eye of God” Nebula, Auroras, Planetary Orbits, Formation of Solar System and Retrograde motion of planets presented with eye catching GIFs

Hoag's Object by NASA:  This  non-typical galaxy is known as a ring galaxy, and was discovered in 1950 by astronomer Art Hoag, who initially thought it to be a planetary nebula. Serendipitously, from the perspective of our solar system what appears to be an even more distant ring galaxy is plainly visible within the gap between this galaxy's central body of mostly yellow stars and the outer ring of blue stars. via wikipedia. #Ring_Galaxy #Hogs_Object #Astronomy

Hoag's Object by NASA: This non-typical galaxy is known as a ring galaxy, and was discovered in 1950 by astronomer Art Hoag, who initially thought it to be a planetary nebula. Serendipitously, from the perspective of our solar system what appears to be an even more distant ring galaxy is plainly visible within the gap between this galaxy's central body of mostly yellow stars and the outer ring of blue stars. via wikipedia. #Ring_Galaxy #Hogs_Object #Astronomy

A Giant Gathering of Galaxies: The galaxy cluster called MOO J1142+1527 can be seen here as it existed when light left it 8.5 billion years ago. The red galaxies at the center of the image from NASA's Spitzer make up the heart of the galaxy cluster.

A Giant Gathering of Galaxies: The galaxy cluster called MOO J1142+1527 can be seen here as it existed when light left it 8.5 billion years ago. The red galaxies at the center of the image from NASA's Spitzer make up the heart of the galaxy cluster.

Known as Seyfert's Sextet, this  group of galaxies lies in the head portion of the split constellation of the Snake (Serpens).  About 190 million light-years away, the interacting galaxies are tightly packed into a region around 100,000 light-years across, comparable to the size of our own Milky Way galaxy, making this one of the densest known galaxy groups. - Image Credit: Hubble Legacy Archive, NASA, ESA

Known as Seyfert's Sextet, this group of galaxies lies in the head portion of the split constellation of the Snake (Serpens). About 190 million light-years away, the interacting galaxies are tightly packed into a region around 100,000 light-years across, comparable to the size of our own Milky Way galaxy, making this one of the densest known galaxy groups. - Image Credit: Hubble Legacy Archive, NASA, ESA

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