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Beyond Orion and the Frankenstein Galaxy. The Very Large Telescope of the European Southern Observatory recently took this extraordinary indoor infrared image of the Orion Nebula, here in false colors. It is the image taken so far at a greater depth of this “nursery” stellar.

On July 10, the Juno NASA spacecraft has snapped the first image after the triumphal entry into the orbit of Jupiter. In the picture shows three of the biggest on the planet moons: Io, Europa, and Ganymede.

View from NASA’s Cassini spacecraft, Saturn’s moon Tethys appears to be floating on the north pole of the planet. But this is an optical illusion; The small moon orbiting actually almost exactly at Saturn.

Photographed by Hubble, this spiral galaxy located 300 million light-years away is producing stars at an exceptional rate, and thus fall into the astronomical definition of “starburst galaxy”.

The new ultraviolet scans and radio waves (in green) have revealed that the galaxy UGC 1382, which was considered old and small town, made only from the central core, would actually be at least 10 times bigger than you thought. Its interior would also be younger than the outer, almost as if part of it were built with extra pieces.



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Beyond Orion and the Frankenstein Galaxy.