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Nebulosa de la Quilla (NGC 3372). También llamada Nebulosa de Carina, Nebulosa de Eta Carinae. Es una gran nebulosa de emisión, una región H II que rodea varios cúmulos abiertos de estrellas; en la constelación de la Quilla (Carina). Dentro de esta gran nebulosa se encuentra, rodeando a la estrella Eta Carinae, la Nebulosa del Homúnculo.

Nebulosa de la Quilla (NGC 3372). También llamada Nebulosa de Carina, Nebulosa de Eta Carinae. Es una gran nebulosa de emisión, una región H II que rodea varios cúmulos abiertos de estrellas; en la constelación de la Quilla (Carina). Dentro de esta gran nebulosa se encuentra, rodeando a la estrella Eta Carinae, la Nebulosa del Homúnculo.

A dusty spiral galaxy appears to be rotating on edge, like a pinwheel, as it slides through the larger, bright galaxy NGC 1275, in this NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope image. - http://www.spacetelescope.org/images/opo0314a/

A dusty spiral galaxy appears to be rotating on edge, like a pinwheel, as it slides through the larger, bright galaxy NGC 1275, in this NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope image. - http://www.spacetelescope.org/images/opo0314a/

Smaller satellite galaxies caught by a spiral galaxy are distorted into elongated structures consisting of stars, which are known as tidal streams, as shown in this artist's impression. The new survey has, for the first time, shown the presence of such tell-tale traces of spiral galaxies swallowing smaller satellites for galaxies more distant than our own “Local Group” of galaxies. Image: Jon Lomberg in collaboration with David Martinez-Delgado for the Stellar Tidal Stream Survey

Smaller satellite galaxies caught by a spiral galaxy are distorted into elongated structures consisting of stars, which are known as tidal streams, as shown in this artist's impression. The new survey has, for the first time, shown the presence of such tell-tale traces of spiral galaxies swallowing smaller satellites for galaxies more distant than our own “Local Group” of galaxies. Image: Jon Lomberg in collaboration with David Martinez-Delgado for the Stellar Tidal Stream Survey

Sulfur-rich rocks in the Columbia Hills on Mars stand out in bright blue in this false-color image from the Spirit rover. Spirit used its rock abrasion tool, or RAT, to grind a hole in the rock. The rock's high sulfur content and softness are probably evidence of past alteration by water.

Sulfur-rich rocks in the Columbia Hills on Mars stand out in bright blue in this false-color image from the Spirit rover. Spirit used its rock abrasion tool, or RAT, to grind a hole in the rock. The rock's high sulfur content and softness are probably evidence of past alteration by water.

Adams Original ACEO Painting Mystery Sky Traces Signs of Life in Outer Space?

Items similar to Original ACEO Collectible Mystery Sky Streaks Blue White Acrylic Abstract Skyscape painting OOAK by Pat Adams Art on Etsy

The giant planet, discovered through mathematical modeling and computer simulations, is nicknamed Planet Nine and traces a bizarre, highly elongated orbit in the outer solar system.

Caltech Researchers Find Evidence of a Real Ninth Planet

The giant planet, discovered through mathematical modeling and computer simulations, is nicknamed Planet Nine and traces a bizarre, highly elongated orbit in the outer solar system.

An excerpt from the book "Black Hole Blues and Other Songs from Outer Space" (Knopf, 2016) by Janna Levin, which traces the turbulent history of the first experiment to directly detect gravitational waves.

An excerpt from the book "Black Hole Blues and Other Songs from Outer Space" (Knopf, 2016) by Janna Levin, which traces the turbulent history of the first experiment to directly detect gravitational waves.

Freewheeling Galaxies Collide in a Blaze of Star Birth -- MAY 1, 2003: A dusty spiral galaxy appears to be rotating on edge, like a pinwheel, as it slides through the larger, bright galaxy NGC 1275, in this NASA Hubble Space Telescope image. These images, taken with Hubble's Wide Field Planetary Camera 2 (WFPC2), show traces of spiral structure accompanied by dramatic dust lanes and bright blue regions that mark areas of active star formation. #space

Freewheeling Galaxies Collide in a Blaze of Star Birth -- MAY 1, 2003: A dusty spiral galaxy appears to be rotating on edge, like a pinwheel, as it slides through the larger, bright galaxy NGC 1275, in this NASA Hubble Space Telescope image. These images, taken with Hubble's Wide Field Planetary Camera 2 (WFPC2), show traces of spiral structure accompanied by dramatic dust lanes and bright blue regions that mark areas of active star formation. #space

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