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geraldokerenzau: “ VV 340: A Cosmic Exclamation Point This composite image of VV 340 contains X-ray data from Chandra and optical data from Hubble. The two galaxies shown here are in the early stage...

VV 340: A Cosmic Exclamation Point<p>This composite image of VV 340 contains X-ray data from Chandra and optical data from Hubble. The two galaxies …

NASA's Kepler Spacecraft Discovers New Batch of Earthlike Planets

Planet-hunting mission confirms eight new worlds, including some of the most Earthlike yet.<p>SEATTLE—NASA's venerable planet-hunter, the Kepler spacecraft, has shaken its one-thousandth planet from the sky. Eight new worlds beyond our solar system, announced Tuesday, boost the number of Kepler's …

This is a True Color Photo of Saturn and its Moon

The image above may seem like some kind of artist rendering, but it’s an actual true color photograph showing Saturn, its rings, and one of its …

Astronomy

APOD: The Soap Bubble Nebula (2015 Jan 13) Credit & Copyright: T. Rector (U. Alaska Anchorage), H. Schweiker (WIYN), NOAO, AURA, NSF http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap150113.html Explanation: Adrift in the rich star fields of the constellation Cygnus, this lovely, symmetric nebula was only recognized a few years ago and does not yet appear in some astronomical catalogs. In fact, amateur astronomer Dave Jurasevich identified it as a nebula on 2008 July 6 in his images of the complex Cygnus region that included the Crescent Nebula (NGC 6888). He subsequently notified the International Astronomical Union. Only eleven days later the same object was independently identified by Mel Helm at Sierra Remote Observatories, imaged by Keith Quattrocchi and Helm, and also submitted to the IAU as a potentially unknown nebula. The nebula, appearing on the left of the featured image, is now known as the Soap Bubble Nebula. What is the newly recognized nebula? Most probably it is a planetary nebula, a final phase in the life of a sun-like star. http://www.noao.edu/image_gallery/copyright.html http://salt.uaa.alaska.edu/?d=rector.htm http://salt.uaa.alaska.edu/ http://www.noao.edu/wiyn/ http://www.noao.edu/ http://www.aura-astronomy.org/ http://www.nsf.gov/ Starship Asterisk* • APOD Discussion Page http://asterisk.apod.com/discuss_apod.php?date=150113 #APOD

SpaceX capsule docks with International Space Station

The SpaceX Dragon cargo spacecraft successfully docked with the International Space Station on January 12, bringing needed supplies to the six …

Space Exploration

Why brighter stars at this time of year?

No matter where you are on Earth on December, January and February evenings, you’re looking toward bright stars in our local spiral arm.<p>As seen …

Jul 30, 2014 at 8:38pm UTC

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