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Our Sun. It's a dynamic place. Here, is a model that generates a view of the Sun's magnetic field, allowing scientists to better monitor active regions and understand how solar material courses around the Sun's surface. Using real-time data taken from our Solar Dynamics Observatory on August 10, 2018, we see a bright active region right at the central area of the Sun. It clearly shows a concentration of field lines, as well as the small active region at the Sun's right edge, but to a lesser extent. Magnetism drives the dynamic activity near the Sun's surface. The observatory helps 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. #nasa #space #solar #observatory #sdo #sun #solarsystem #active #loops #star #line #lines #picoftheday #pictureoftheday
. 📷سه کهکشان و یک دنباله‌دار نور ستاره و سحابی‌های تاریک در طول کمان ستارگان کهکشان راه شیری بر فراز افق کشیده شده و در طول این آسمان شب چشم نواز گسترده شده است. این عکس موزاییکی ِ نفس‌گیر ۱۰۰ درجه وسعت دارد و زمین‌های ناهموار پاتاگونیا در آرژانتین، در پیش زمینۀ عکس مشاهده می شود. . این عکس نه تنها کمان داخلی ستارگان راه شیری را نشان می دهد بلکه دو کهکشان ماهواره‌ای نامنظم – ابرهای ماژلانی بزرگ و کوچک – را نیز نشان می دهد. این منظره همچنین دم کشیده و گیسوی درخشان ِ دنباله‌دار مک نات(دنباله‌دار عظیم سال ۲۰۰۷) را نشان می دهد. . 🆔 @NojumFarsi #nasa #hubbletelescope #astro #astronomer #astronomy #star #solarsystem #galaxy #milkyway #followme #followback #instagram #like #likeforlike #sky #photo #picture #telescope #earth #google #astrophotography #science #ستاره_شناسی #منظومه_شمسی #منجم #ستاره #آسمان #کهکشان #دانش #دانشمند
Mind blowing picture of our world and it’s moon from the international space station. @iss #space #earth #moon #universe #cosmos #astronomy #photography #solarsystem
#Repost @nasa with @get_repost ・・・ A Treasure Chest of Galaxies ✨ Our @NASAHubble Space Telescope captured this spectacular image showing spiral arms swirling in all colors and orientations, and fuzzy ellipticals speckled across the frame as softly glowing smudges on the sky. Each visible speck of a galaxy is home to countless stars. A few stars closer to home shine brightly in the foreground, while a massive galaxy cluster nestles at the very center of the image — an immense collection of maybe thousands of galaxies, all held together by the relentless force of gravity. Galaxy clusters, like the ones seen here by our NASA Hubble Space Telescope, are some of the most interesting objects in the cosmos. Their immense gravitational influence means they distort the space-time around them, causing them to act like giant zoom lenses. The light of background galaxies is warped and magnified as it passes through the galaxy cluster, allowing astronomers insight into the distant — and therefore early — universe. Credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, RELICS #nasa #space #solarsystem #hubble #galaxies #pictureoftheday #telescope #cosmos #astronomy #stars #sky #spothubble #spacetelescope
A Treasure Chest of Galaxies ✨ Our @NASAHubble Space Telescope captured this spectacular image showing spiral arms swirling in all colors and orientations, and fuzzy ellipticals speckled across the frame as softly glowing smudges on the sky. Each visible speck of a galaxy is home to countless stars. A few stars closer to home shine brightly in the foreground, while a massive galaxy cluster nestles at the very center of the image — an immense collection of maybe thousands of galaxies, all held together by the relentless force of gravity. Galaxy clusters, like the ones seen here by our NASA Hubble Space Telescope, are some of the most interesting objects in the cosmos. Their immense gravitational influence means they distort the space-time around them, causing them to act like giant zoom lenses. The light of background galaxies is warped and magnified as it passes through the galaxy cluster, allowing astronomers insight into the distant — and therefore early — universe. Credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, RELICS #nasa #space #solarsystem #hubble #galaxies #pictureoftheday #telescope #cosmos #astronomy #stars #sky #spothubble #spacetelescope
My new novel is a thought-provoking, "Science-Physics” young adult novel with a strong female protagonist, who must defeat an evil villain in order to unlock Enlightenment and save humanity! All while learning things like: The Entire history of Humans and Planet Earth, Gravity, Photosynthesis, Dinosaurs, the Doppler Effect our Solar System and much more! Check out full-summary 👇👇👇 As the story goes, in the kingdom of Elysium there exists a town called Bliss. A place of perfection: No trouble, no hate, and no worries. But in order to abide in bliss, one must never question the Cosmic Laws ordained by the Creator. One day, an inquisitive girl named Bella begins questioning the ways of the people who live in the world of Urantia (Planet Earth). But being a child of Bliss, Bella is forbidden from questioning anything. After an unsuccessful attempt at stopping Bella from abandoning Bliss, she descends to the Urantia seeking answers, refusing to live life like a programmed robot. And then it happens: “The Fall” to the lower world of Urantia, where Bella is approached by a mysterious man (Nazar) who will be her guide her. Bella learns that she must participate in a quest called the “Phases of the Sages”, where she will learn the Laws of Life and things like: The entire Timeline of Earth, Gravity, the Big Bang theory, Photosynthesis, the Doppler Effect and much more. But things take terrible turn when an evil villain named Darcuum kidnaps one of the Sages (Mr. Edison), and steals “The Light” from the world of the Urantia. In order to defeat Darcuum and liberate “The Light” from the clutches of darkness, Bella must complete each phase to earn the “Accolades” needed to rescue Mr. Edison, and save humanity from utter ignorance, an eternal darkness! #tofallfrombliss #bellafrombliss #Oprah #Gayleking #carlsagan #youngadultnovel #stephenhawking #harrypotter #science #mensa #neildegrassetyson #childrensbooks #geology #scholastic #middleschool #oaklandteacher #nobleprize #educate #biology #earth #astronomy #paleontology #physics #cosmos #milkyway #universe #space #NASA #solarsystem #instareader
Mars. Sometimes the closest planet to Earth (Venus is occasionally closer), we hope to one day journey across its surface. #mars #space #universe #cosmos #astronomy #photography #solarsystem
Although it may look more like a Van Gogh painting, Jupiter and its clouds are a very real part of our universe. #space #astronomy #jupiter #planet #solarsystem #universe #photography
Despite losing its status as a planet, Pluto remains a wonderful part of our solar system. #pluto #space #astronomy #photography #solarsystem
#Repost @nasa with @get_repost ・・・ A Treasure Chest of Galaxies ✨ Our @NASAHubble Space Telescope captured this spectacular image showing spiral arms swirling in all colors and orientations, and fuzzy ellipticals speckled across the frame as softly glowing smudges on the sky. Each visible speck of a galaxy is home to countless stars. A few stars closer to home shine brightly in the foreground, while a massive galaxy cluster nestles at the very center of the image — an immense collection of maybe thousands of galaxies, all held together by the relentless force of gravity. Galaxy clusters, like the ones seen here by our NASA Hubble Space Telescope, are some of the most interesting objects in the cosmos. Their immense gravitational influence means they distort the space-time around them, causing them to act like giant zoom lenses. The light of background galaxies is warped and magnified as it passes through the galaxy cluster, allowing astronomers insight into the distant — and therefore early — universe. Credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, RELICS #nasa #space #solarsystem #hubble #galaxies #pictureoftheday #telescope #cosmos #astronomy #stars #sky #spothubble #spacetelescope
Just a reminder to keep in mind how small we are. #Repost @nasa with @get_repost ・・・ A Treasure Chest of Galaxies ✨ Our @NASAHubble Space Telescope captured this spectacular image showing spiral arms swirling in all colors and orientations, and fuzzy ellipticals speckled across the frame as softly glowing smudges on the sky. Each visible speck of a galaxy is home to countless stars. A few stars closer to home shine brightly in the foreground, while a massive galaxy cluster nestles at the very center of the image — an immense collection of maybe thousands of galaxies, all held together by the relentless force of gravity. Galaxy clusters, like the ones seen here by our NASA Hubble Space Telescope, are some of the most interesting objects in the cosmos. Their immense gravitational influence means they distort the space-time around them, causing them to act like giant zoom lenses. The light of background galaxies is warped and magnified as it passes through the galaxy cluster, allowing astronomers insight into the distant — and therefore early — universe. Credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, RELICS #nasa #space #solarsystem #hubble #galaxies #pictureoftheday #telescope #cosmos #astronomy #stars #sky #spothubble #spacetelescope
Science = art. #Repost @nasa (@get_repost ) ・・・ Our Sun. It's a dynamic place. Here, is a computer model that generates a view of the Sun's magnetic field, allowing scientists to better monitor active regions and understand how solar material courses around the Sun's surface. Using real-time data taken from our Solar Dynamics Observatory on August 10, 2018, we see a bright active region right at the central area of the Sun. It clearly shows a concentration of field lines, as well as the small active region at the Sun's right edge, but to a lesser extent. Magnetism drives the dynamic activity near the Sun's surface. The observatory helps 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. Image Credit: NASA/GSFC/Solar Dynamics Observatory #nasa #space #solar #observatory #sdo #sun #solarsystem #active #loops #star #line #lines #picoftheday #pictureoftheday
#Repost from @nasajpl . . #OTD  in 1977, Voyager 2 launched from @KennedySpaceCenter.   It is the only spacecraft to have visited #Uranus  and #Neptune  and is currently making its way to interstellar space, where its twin spacecraft, Voyager 1, has resided since August 2012. During its travels through the outer solar system, Voyager 2 visited all four gas giant planets, and also discovered and photographed many of the planets' moons. . The spacecraft's flyby of Neptune in 1989 set it on a course below the elliptic plane that will eventually take it to interstellar space. In 1998, engineers switched off the spacecraft's nonessential instruments to conserve power. Data from at least some of the six instruments still in operation should be received until at least 2025. . #NASAhistory  #onthisday  #outerspace  #voyager #voyager2  #solarsystem  #interstellarspace #spacecraft  #NASA  #JPL  #NASAJPL  #space #planets  #vintageJPL
A golf course is always the best place to be when you want to spot the planets. Here’s Venus. There’s something sacred about both places. #houseonrodeogulch #pgatour #lpga #pgawest #golf #solarsystem
Here we go another little update it's not much but I'm happy I'm still trying to move forward and get out of this rut! #thorragnarok #11secondclub #planets #planetearth #solarsystem #animation #3danimation #3d #maya #instanimator #kiki #modeling
#Repost from @nasa with @regram.app ... A Treasure Chest of Galaxies ✨ Our @NASAHubble Space Telescope captured this spectacular image showing spiral arms swirling in all colors and orientations, and fuzzy ellipticals speckled across the frame as softly glowing smudges on the sky. Each visible speck of a galaxy is home to countless stars. A few stars closer to home shine brightly in the foreground, while a massive galaxy cluster nestles at the very center of the image — an immense collection of maybe thousands of galaxies, all held together by the relentless force of gravity. Galaxy clusters, like the ones seen here by our NASA Hubble Space Telescope, are some of the most interesting objects in the cosmos. Their immense gravitational influence means they distort the space-time around them, causing them to act like giant zoom lenses. The light of background galaxies is warped and magnified as it passes through the galaxy cluster, allowing astronomers insight into the distant — and therefore early — universe. Credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, RELICS #nasa #space #solarsystem #hubble #galaxies #pictureoftheday #telescope #cosmos #astronomy #stars #sky #spothubble #spacetelescope
It’s time for a change! Bye jungle themed cozy corner, hello space themed cozy corner! I finished it today! 😍🌏🌙⭐️#cozycorner #preschool #space #solarsystem #felt #craft #diy #doityourself #teachers #teachersofinstagram #teachersfollowteachers #learning #decorating #kids
#Repost @nasa • • • • • Our Sun. It's a dynamic place. Here, is a computer model that generates a view of the Sun's magnetic field, allowing scientists to better monitor active regions and understand how solar material courses around the Sun's surface. Using real-time data taken from our Solar Dynamics Observatory on August 10, 2018, we see a bright active region right at the central area of the Sun. It clearly shows a concentration of field lines, as well as the small active region at the Sun's right edge, but to a lesser extent. Magnetism drives the dynamic activity near the Sun's surface. The observatory helps 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. Image Credit: NASA/GSFC/Solar Dynamics Observatory #nasa #space #solar #observatory #sdo #sun #solarsystem #active #loops #star #line #lines #picoftheday #pictureoftheday
The God of the Universe spoke... and this was all formed. That same God loves you & desires you know Him. • • • #Repost @nasa ・・・ A Treasure Chest of Galaxies ✨ Our @NASAHubble Space Telescope captured this spectacular image showing spiral arms swirling in all colors and orientations, and fuzzy ellipticals speckled across the frame as softly glowing smudges on the sky. Each visible speck of a galaxy is home to countless stars. A few stars closer to home shine brightly in the foreground, while a massive galaxy cluster nestles at the very center of the image — an immense collection of maybe thousands of galaxies, all held together by the relentless force of gravity (and Hand of Almighty God). Galaxy clusters, like the ones seen here by our NASA Hubble Space Telescope, are some of the most interesting objects in the cosmos (and should remind us of our Creator and draw us to know Him more). #nasa #space #solarsystem #hubble #galaxies #pictureoftheday #telescope #cosmos #astronomy #stars #sky #spothubble #spacetelescope #God #Creator
Repost @nasa Our Sun. It's a dynamic place. Here, is a computer model that generates a view of the Sun's magnetic field, allowing scientists to better monitor active regions and understand how solar material courses around the Sun's surface. Using real-time data taken from our Solar Dynamics Observatory on August 10, 2018, we see a bright active region right at the central area of the Sun. It clearly shows a concentration of field lines, as well as the small active region at the Sun's right edge, but to a lesser extent. Magnetism drives the dynamic activity near the Sun's surface. The observatory helps 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. Image Credit: NASA/GSFC/Solar Dynamics Observatory #nasa #space #solar #observatory #sdo #sun #solarsystem #active #loops #star #line #lines #picoftheday #pictureoftheday
#Repost @nasa ・・・ A Treasure Chest of Galaxies ✨ Our @NASAHubble Space Telescope captured this spectacular image showing spiral arms swirling in all colors and orientations, and fuzzy ellipticals speckled across the frame as softly glowing smudges on the sky. Each visible speck of a galaxy is home to countless stars. A few stars closer to home shine brightly in the foreground, while a massive galaxy cluster nestles at the very center of the image — an immense collection of maybe thousands of galaxies, all held together by the relentless force of gravity. Galaxy clusters, like the ones seen here by our NASA Hubble Space Telescope, are some of the most interesting objects in the cosmos. Their immense gravitational influence means they distort the space-time around them, causing them to act like giant zoom lenses. The light of background galaxies is warped and magnified as it passes through the galaxy cluster, allowing astronomers insight into the distant — and therefore early — universe. Credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, RELICS #nasa #space #solarsystem #hubble #galaxies #pictureoftheday #telescope #cosmos #astronomy #stars #sky #spothubble #spacetelescope
Build a city, make it bigger and even bigger. The mission starts on 2022 as earth and mars synchronization happens every two years, so every two years there's a chance to fly to Mars. #elonmusk #spacex #cargo #mars #colonize #2022 #mission #astronaut #invade #nexthome #planet #solarsystem #marsmission #redplanet #rockets
#Repost @nasa with @get_repost ・・・ Our Sun. It's a dynamic place. Here, is a computer model that generates a view of the Sun's magnetic field, allowing scientists to better monitor active regions and understand how solar material courses around the Sun's surface. Using real-time data taken from our Solar Dynamics Observatory on August 10, 2018, we see a bright active region right at the central area of the Sun. It clearly shows a concentration of field lines, as well as the small active region at the Sun's right edge, but to a lesser extent. Magnetism drives the dynamic activity near the Sun's surface. The observatory helps 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. Image Credit: NASA/GSFC/Solar Dynamics Observatory #nasa #space #solar #observatory #sdo #sun #solarsystem #active #loops #star #line #lines #picoftheday #pictureoftheday
A Treasure Chest of Galaxies 😍✨ Love it, love it love it!!!! @NASAHubble Space Telescope captured this spectacular image showing spiral arms swirling in all colors and orientations, and fuzzy ellipticals speckled across the frame as softly glowing smudges on the sky. Each visible speck of a galaxy is home to countless stars. A few stars closer to home shine brightly in the foreground, while a massive galaxy cluster nestles at the very center of the image — an immense collection of maybe thousands of galaxies, all held together by the relentless force of gravity. Galaxy clusters, like the ones seen here by our NASA Hubble Space Telescope, are some of the most interesting objects in the cosmos. Their immense gravitational influence means they distort the space-time around them, causing them to act like giant zoom lenses. The light of background galaxies is warped and magnified as it passes through the galaxy cluster, allowing astronomers insight into the distant — and therefore early — universe. Credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, RELICS #Repost @nasa #nasa #space #solarsystem #hubble #galaxies #pictureoftheday #telescope #cosmos #astronomy #stars #sky #spothubble #spacetelescope
घर घर खुशियॉं लाओ आज ही हमारे होम लाइटिंग सिस्टिम के संबंध में जानकारी के लिए नीचे दिए गए नंबर पर संपर्क करे । +91-20-6645096/9673330261 #solar #solarproducts #greenenergy #pune #solarsystem
The universe LIT fam!!! #spacecity *** Repost from @nasa - A Treasure Chest of Galaxies ✨ Our @NASAHubble Space Telescope captured this spectacular image showing spiral arms swirling in all colors and orientations, and fuzzy ellipticals speckled across the frame as softly glowing smudges on the sky. Each visible speck of a galaxy is home to countless stars. A few stars closer to home shine brightly in the foreground, while a massive galaxy cluster nestles at the very center of the image — an immense collection of maybe thousands of galaxies, all held together by the relentless force of gravity. Galaxy clusters, like the ones seen here by our NASA Hubble Space Telescope, are some of the most interesting objects in the cosmos. Their immense gravitational influence means they distort the space-time around them, causing them to act like giant zoom lenses. The light of background galaxies is warped and magnified as it passes through the galaxy cluster, allowing astronomers insight into the distant — and therefore early — universe. Credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, RELICS #nasa #space #solarsystem #hubble #galaxies #pictureoftheday #telescope #cosmos #astronomy #stars #sky #spothubble #spacetelescope
💙 #Repost @nasa ・・・ A Treasure Chest of Galaxies ✨ Our @NASAHubble Space Telescope captured this spectacular image showing spiral arms swirling in all colors and orientations, and fuzzy ellipticals speckled across the frame as softly glowing smudges on the sky. Each visible speck of a galaxy is home to countless stars. A few stars closer to home shine brightly in the foreground, while a massive galaxy cluster nestles at the very center of the image — an immense collection of maybe thousands of galaxies, all held together by the relentless force of gravity. Galaxy clusters, like the ones seen here by our NASA Hubble Space Telescope, are some of the most interesting objects in the cosmos. Their immense gravitational influence means they distort the space-time around them, causing them to act like giant zoom lenses. The light of background galaxies is warped and magnified as it passes through the galaxy cluster, allowing astronomers insight into the distant — and therefore early — universe. Credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, RELICS #nasa #space #solarsystem #hubble #galaxies #pictureoftheday #telescope #cosmos #astronomy #stars #sky #spothubble #spacetelescope
Finally done for the night. Worked nearly 10 hours on it. #diamondpainting #5D #Saturn #Jupiter #mars #earth #moon #sun #stars #solarsystem
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Bagian pertama dari empat seri "Apakah solar panel dapat menyerap energi pada malam hari, mendung atau hujan?" Terus update info Instagram kami untuk seri selanjutnya. Kunjungi website resmi kami di icasolar.com untuk artikel lengkap serta informasi lainnya. • • • • • #ica #panelsurya #solar #solarpanel #solarcell #solarenergy #solarsystem #renewableenergy #energibersih #gogreen #battery #listriktenagasurya #listrikmatahari #hybrid #ongrid #listrikmurah #listrikbersih #indonesia #elektronik #listrik #jakarta #ramahlingkungan #vsco #vscocam #instadaily #instagood #100isnow #actoncilmate #apaitulistriktenagasurya
#followingthemoonandstars #allthestarsarecloser #waitingforastartofall #twinkletwinkle #wishimay ... #Repost @nasa with @get_repost ・・・ A Treasure Chest of Galaxies ✨ Our @NASAHubble Space Telescope captured this spectacular image showing spiral arms swirling in all colors and orientations, and fuzzy ellipticals speckled across the frame as softly glowing smudges on the sky. Each visible speck of a galaxy is home to countless stars. A few stars closer to home shine brightly in the foreground, while a massive galaxy cluster nestles at the very center of the image — an immense collection of maybe thousands of galaxies, all held together by the relentless force of gravity. Galaxy clusters, like the ones seen here by our NASA Hubble Space Telescope, are some of the most interesting objects in the cosmos. Their immense gravitational influence means they distort the space-time around them, causing them to act like giant zoom lenses. The light of background galaxies is warped and magnified as it passes through the galaxy cluster, allowing astronomers insight into the distant — and therefore early — universe. Credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, RELICS #nasa #space #solarsystem #hubble #galaxies #pictureoftheday #telescope #cosmos #astronomy #stars #sky #spothubble #spacetelescope
Repost from @nasa - A Treasure Chest of Galaxies ✨ Our @NASAHubble Space Telescope captured this spectacular image showing spiral arms swirling in all colors and orientations, and fuzzy ellipticals speckled across the frame as softly glowing smudges on the sky. Each visible speck of a galaxy is home to countless stars. A few stars closer to home shine brightly in the foreground, while a massive galaxy cluster nestles at the very center of the image — an immense collection of maybe thousands of galaxies, all held together by the relentless force of gravity. Galaxy clusters, like the ones seen here by our NASA Hubble Space Telescope, are some of the most interesting objects in the cosmos. Their immense gravitational influence means they distort the space-time around them, causing them to act like giant zoom lenses. The light of background galaxies is warped and magnified as it passes through the galaxy cluster, allowing astronomers insight into the distant — and therefore early — universe. Credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, RELICS #nasa #space #solarsystem #hubble #galaxies #pictureoftheday #telescope #cosmos #astronomy #stars #sky #spothubble #spacetelescope
This completely humbles me. To say that we are alone in this universe is both ignorant and narrow minded #Repost @nasa ・・・ A Treasure Chest of Galaxies ✨ Our @NASAHubble Space Telescope captured this spectacular image showing spiral arms swirling in all colors and orientations, and fuzzy ellipticals speckled across the frame as softly glowing smudges on the sky. Each visible speck of a galaxy is home to countless stars. A few stars closer to home shine brightly in the foreground, while a massive galaxy cluster nestles at the very center of the image — an immense collection of maybe thousands of galaxies, all held together by the relentless force of gravity. Galaxy clusters, like the ones seen here by our NASA Hubble Space Telescope, are some of the most interesting objects in the cosmos. Their immense gravitational influence means they distort the space-time around them, causing them to act like giant zoom lenses. The light of background galaxies is warped and magnified as it passes through the galaxy cluster, allowing astronomers insight into the distant — and therefore early — universe. Credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, RELICS #nasa #space #solarsystem #hubble #galaxies #pictureoftheday #telescope #cosmos #astronomy #stars #sky #spothubble #spacetelescope
#Repost @nasa • • • • • A Treasure Chest of Galaxies ✨ Our @NASAHubble Space Telescope captured this spectacular image showing spiral arms swirling in all colors and orientations, and fuzzy ellipticals speckled across the frame as softly glowing smudges on the sky. Each visible speck of a galaxy is home to countless stars. A few stars closer to home shine brightly in the foreground, while a massive galaxy cluster nestles at the very center of the image — an immense collection of maybe thousands of galaxies, all held together by the relentless force of gravity. Galaxy clusters, like the ones seen here by our NASA Hubble Space Telescope, are some of the most interesting objects in the cosmos. Their immense gravitational influence means they distort the space-time around them, causing them to act like giant zoom lenses. The light of background galaxies is warped and magnified as it passes through the galaxy cluster, allowing astronomers insight into the distant — and therefore early — universe. Credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, RELICS #nasa #space #solarsystem #hubble #galaxies #pictureoftheday #telescope #cosmos #astronomy #stars #sky #spothubble #spacetelescope
A Treasure Chest of Galaxies ✨ Our @NASAHubble Space Telescope captured this spectacular image showing spiral arms swirling in all colors and orientations, and fuzzy ellipticals speckled across the frame as softly glowing smudges on the sky. Each visible speck of a galaxy is home to countless stars. A few stars closer to home shine brightly in the foreground, while a massive galaxy cluster nestles at the very center of the image — an immense collection of maybe thousands of galaxies, all held together by the relentless force of gravity. Galaxy clusters, like the ones seen here by our NASA Hubble Space Telescope, are some of the most interesting objects in the cosmos. Their immense gravitational influence means they distort the space-time around them, causing them to act like giant zoom lenses. The light of background galaxies is warped and magnified as it passes through the galaxy cluster, allowing astronomers insight into the distant — and therefore early — universe. Credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, RELICS #nasa #space #solarsystem #hubble #galaxies #pictureoftheday #telescope #cosmos #astronomy #stars #sky #spothubble #spacetelescope
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🎶 #Planet out like a #solarsystem 🎶
The perfect combination of solar panels and the sea, isn't it? #solarenergy #solarpower #solarpanels #solarsystem
Camping is nature's way of promoting the motel business. Dave Barry Photo Credit: Hasan Almasi
Nuestro sol... #Repost @nasa with @get_repost ・・・ Our Sun. It's a dynamic place. Here, is a computer model that generates a view of the Sun's magnetic field, allowing scientists to better monitor active regions and understand how solar material courses around the Sun's surface. Using real-time data taken from our Solar Dynamics Observatory on August 10, 2018, we see a bright active region right at the central area of the Sun. It clearly shows a concentration of field lines, as well as the small active region at the Sun's right edge, but to a lesser extent. Magnetism drives the dynamic activity near the Sun's surface. The observatory helps 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. Image Credit: NASA/GSFC/Solar Dynamics Observatory #nasa #space #solar #observatory #sdo #sun #solarsystem #active #loops #star #line #lines #picoftheday #pictureoftheday
The second of three images of ESO’s GigaGalaxy Zoom project is a new and wonderful 340-million-pixel vista of the central parts of our galactic home, a 34 by 20-degree wide image that provides us with a view as experienced by amateur astronomers around the world. Taken by Stéphane Guisard, an ESO engineer and world-renowned astrophotographer, from Cerro Paranal, home of ESO’s Very Large Telescope, this second image directly benefits from the quality of Paranal’s sky, one of the best on the planet. The image shows the region spanning the sky from the constellation of Sagittarius (the Archer) to Scorpius (the Scorpion). The very colourful Rho Ophiuchi and Antares region features prominently to the right, as well as much darker areas, such as the Pipe and Snake Nebulae. The dusty lane of our Milky Way runs obliquely through the image, dotted with remarkable bright, reddish nebulae, such as the Lagoon and the Trifid Nebulae, as well as NGC 6357 and NGC 6334. This dark lane also hosts the very centre of our Galaxy, where a supermassive black hole is lurking. The image was obtained by observing with a 10-cm Takahashi FSQ106Ed f/3.6 telescope and a SBIG STL CCD camera, using a NJP160 mount. Images were collected through three different filters (B, V and R) and then stitched together. This mosaic was assembled from 52 different sky fields made from about 1200 individual images totalling 200 hours exposure time, with the final image having a size of 24 403 x 13 973 pixels. Note that the final, full resolution image is only available through Stéphane Guisard. Credit: ESO/S. Guisard #astronomy #universe #space #cosmos #earthfocus #amazing #awesome #galaxy   #instagood #science #nasa #aurora #solarsystem #astrophysics #northernlights #nature #beautiful #picoftheday #astrophoto #photooftheday #nebula #astrophotography #sky #earth #telescope #hubble #bravogreatphoto #dream_image
#Repost @nasa Behold - a swirling mystery! During its 12th close flyby of Jupiter, our @NASAJuno spacecraft captured this close-up view of the gas giant planet’s tapestry of vivid colors and swirling atmospheric vortices. This image captures the easternmost edge of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot and surrounding south tropical disturbance. Many aspects of the planet’s atmosphere are still a mystery. For example, the origin of individual storms or churning cloud features is unknown. By studying Jupiter’s weather up close for the first time, our Juno spacecraft is helping researchers better understand how atmospheres work in general – including our own. What we learn about Jupiter’s atmosphere will also help scientists understand how gas-giant planets work in general, including those now being discovered beyond our solar system. Since 2016 Juno has been penetrating Jupiter’s deep, colorful zones and belts in a quest to answer fundamental questions about the gas giant planet's origin and evolution. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS/Brian Swift/Kevin M. Gill #nasa #space #juno #jupiter #gasgiant #planet #clouds #swirling #pattern #solarsystem #science #spacecraft #pictureoftheday #astronomy #jetstream #jet #stream
#Repost @cosmic.tourist (@get_repost ) ・・・ The crater Plato region of the Moon captured August, 19, 2018. Zoom in to see the long shadows within Plato. Image was taken through a C6 Evolution telescope. Mount: AVX. Imaging camera: ZWO ASI 224MC with attached ZWO ADC (Atmospheric Dispersion Corrector) and Baader Planetarium 685nm IR pass filter. 1700 frames captured, 52% stacked in AS3 #moon #solarsystem #sonnensystem #universe #astrophotography #astronomy #telescope #crater #light #surface #trabant #lightroom #adobelightroom #highland #celestron #telescope #crater #light #adobelightroom #highland #terminator #peak #shadow #plato
A little #solarsystem my neighbor gave to me. Backlighting by #candlelight (not to scale lol)
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