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This is not a hyper realist painting but a photograph of a star forming, courtesy of @HUBBLE_space

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This is not a hyper realist painting but a photograph of a star forming, courtesy of @HUBBLE_space

What a star looks like when it dies

What a star looks like when it dies

Star Death in Image courtesy ESO The hourglass shape of the supernova remnant SN isn’t as well balanced as thought, according to an August picture of the exploded star. Using data on the.

Black hole...located in the direction of the constellation of Virgo, is so far away that the light from it has taken 11 billion years to reach Earth, so we see it as it appeared in the early Universe. The monster black hole has more than 10 billion times the mass of the Sun and 10,000 times the mass of the super-massive black hole in our own Milky Way, making it one of the most massive ever seen...there may be as many as 400 such giant black holes in the part of the universe... - See more…

Black hole...located in the direction of the constellation of Virgo, is so far away that the light from it has taken 11 billion years to reach Earth, so we see it as it appeared in the early Universe. The monster black hole has more than 10 billion times the mass of the Sun and 10,000 times the mass of the super-massive black hole in our own Milky Way, making it one of the most massive ever seen...there may be as many as 400 such giant black holes in the part of the universe... - See more…

Interacting galaxy pair Arp 273, in the constellation Andromeda. The larger of the spiral galaxies, UGC 1810, has a disk that is distorted into a rose-like shape by the gravitational tidal pull of its companion galaxy below, UGC 1813.

Interacting galaxy pair Arp 273, in the constellation Andromeda. The larger of the spiral galaxies, UGC 1810, has a disk that is distorted into a rose-like shape by the gravitational tidal pull of its companion galaxy below, UGC 1813.

NASA image of the sun. Gotta be honest, this kinda scares me.

NASA image of the sun. Gotta be honest, this kinda scares me.

The Cartwheel galaxy as seen by 3 space telescopes. 100 million years ago, another, smaller galaxy tumbled through the Cartwheel galaxy and left behind "ripples" of star creation. The outer ring is the first ripple, with high ultraviolet output, and the inner yellow spot is from the second ripple, which was smaller and high in infrared output. From NASAimages.org #space #cartwheel | http://exploringuniversecollections.blogspot.com

The Cartwheel galaxy as seen by 3 space telescopes. 100 million years ago, another, smaller galaxy tumbled through the Cartwheel galaxy and left behind "ripples" of star creation. The outer ring is the first ripple, with high ultraviolet output, and the inner yellow spot is from the second ripple, which was smaller and high in infrared output. From NASAimages.org #space #cartwheel | http://exploringuniversecollections.blogspot.com

Hypernova - Gamma rays burst from either pole of a shattered star undergoing a hypernova explosion. © Don Dixon, 2005.

Hypernova - Gamma rays burst from either pole of a shattered star undergoing a hypernova explosion. © Don Dixon, 2005.

~~Black Hole Outburst in Spiral Galaxy M83 (NASA, Chandra, Hubble, 04/30/12) | The Blackhole exists from a previous life as a star, It collapses to infinity but its life does not end, after the pressures of the impossible the black hole re-emerges either via explosion and scattering and the matter goes to form within other stars or it re-condenses. | by NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center~~

~~Black Hole Outburst in Spiral Galaxy M83 (NASA, Chandra, Hubble, 04/30/12) | The Blackhole exists from a previous life as a star, It collapses to infinity but its life does not end, after the pressures of the impossible the black hole re-emerges either via explosion and scattering and the matter goes to form within other stars or it re-condenses. | by NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center~~

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