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Find out mamollo's Instagram #inst10 #ReGram @nasa: This galaxy with an active galactic nucleus is seen in this image combining data from the Hubble Space Telescope and the European Southern Observatory. It contains an example of a supermassive black hole hidden by gas and dust. Researchers analyzed NuSTAR data from this object and compared them with previous observations from our Chandra X-Ray Observatory and the Japanese-led Suzaku satellite. The findings from NuSTAR, which is more sensitive to higher energy X-rays than these observatories, confirm the nature the galaxy as an active galactic nucleus that is heavily obscured, and intrinsically much brighter than observed.

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#inst10 #regram@nasa: This galaxy with an active galactic nucleus is seen in this image combining data from the Hubble Space Telescope and the European Southern Observatory. It contains an example of a supermassive black hole hidden by gas and dust. Researchers analyzed NuSTAR data from this object and compared them with previous observations from our Chandra X-Ray Observatory and the Japanese-led Suzaku satellite. The findings from NuSTAR, which is more sensitive to higher energy X-rays than these observatories, confirm the nature the galaxy as an active galactic nucleus that is heavily obscured, and intrinsically much brighter than observed. Credit: ESO/NASA/JPL-Caltech/STScI #nasa #hubble #hst #astronomy #nustar #chandra #nasabeyond #astronomy #galaxy #science

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This galaxy with an active galactic nucleus is seen in this image combining data from the Hubble Space Telescope and the European Southern Observatory. It contains an example of a supermassive black hole hidden by gas and dust. Researchers analyzed NuSTAR data from this object and compared them with previous observations from our Chandra X-Ray Observatory and the Japanese-led Suzaku satellite. The findings from NuSTAR, which is more sensitive to higher energy X-rays than these observatories, confirm the nature the galaxy as an active galactic nucleus that is heavily obscured, and intrinsically much brighter than observed.

Credit: ESO/NASA/JPL-Caltech/STScI

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#repost@nasa This galaxy with an active galactic nucleus is seen in this image combining data from the Hubble Space Telescope and the European Southern Observatory. It contains an example of a supermassive black hole hidden by gas and dust. Researchers analyzed NuSTAR data from this object and compared them with previous observations from our Chandra X-Ray Observatory and the Japanese-led Suzaku satellite. The findings from NuSTAR, which is more sensitive to higher energy X-rays than these observatories, confirm the nature the galaxy as an active galactic nucleus that is heavily obscured, and intrinsically much brighter than observed. Credit: ESO/NASA/JPL-Caltech/STScI #nasa #hubble #hst #astronomy #nustar #chandra #nasabeyond #astronomy #galaxy #sciences

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Find out astrophysicsman's Instagram What is an exoplanet? An exoplanet (short for extrasolar planet) is any planet which orbits a star other than our sun. To date, scientists have discovered about 2,000 exoplanets within our Galaxy. Scientists now believe that every star in our Galaxy has a planet or planets. The first planet detected outside of the solar system was in 1992, with the discovery of several terrestrial planets orbiting a pulsar. The first detection of a planet around a main sequence star was in 1995, when scientists discovered a massive gas giant orbiting the star 51 Pegasi. The planet was named 51 Pegasi b. Scientists were stunned by the discovery of this planet, not only because it was the first exoplanet detected, but because it was a new kind of planet that scientists thought couldn't exist. It's known as a hot Jupiter. These planets are massive gas giants like Jupiter that orbit very close to their parent star. Some orbit even closer to their stars than Mercury does to our sun. Scientists originally believed that gas giants could only exist in the outer regions of solar systems, being that the temperatures in the inner solar system are much too hot to allow the formation of gas giants. Scientists proposed the theory or planetary migration, which suggests that planets can migrate inward toward their parent star. 51 Pegasi b and many other exoplanets, were discovered using the radio velocity method. Today, nearly every exoplanet found is found using the transit method. Other methods, such as direct imaging, have been used to find only a handful of exoplanets. 
The first confirmed exoplanet to orbit within the habitable zone of its parent star was Kepler 22b, discovered in 2011. Since then, scientists have discovered quite a few Earth-like planets around other stars. Many belong to a new class of planet, known as a super-Earth. Based on new estimates, scientists have estimated that about 1 in 5 stars has an Earth-like planet orbiting within the habitable zone. Scientists calculate that about 11 billion of these orbit sun-like stars. This number, however, is raised to 40 billion once red dwarfs are included. The numbers seem to agree that we may not be alone in this universe. 1432399238193349806_4008710248

What is an exoplanet? An exoplanet (short for extrasolar planet) is any planet which orbits a star other than our sun. To date, scientists have discovered about 2,000 exoplanets within our Galaxy. Scientists now believe that every star in our Galaxy has a planet or planets. The first planet detected outside of the solar system was in 1992, with the discovery of several terrestrial planets orbiting a pulsar. The first detection of a planet around a main sequence star was in 1995, when scientists discovered a massive gas giant orbiting the star 51 Pegasi. The planet was named 51 Pegasi b. Scientists were stunned by the discovery of this planet, not only because it was the first exoplanet detected, but because it was a new kind of planet that scientists thought couldn't exist. It's known as a hot Jupiter. These planets are massive gas giants like Jupiter that orbit very close to their parent star. Some orbit even closer to their stars than Mercury does to our sun. Scientists originally believed that gas giants could only exist in the outer regions of solar systems, being that the temperatures in the inner solar system are much too hot to allow the formation of gas giants. Scientists proposed the theory or planetary migration, which suggests that planets can migrate inward toward their parent star. 51 Pegasi b and many other exoplanets, were discovered using the radio velocity method. Today, nearly every exoplanet found is found using the transit method. Other methods, such as direct imaging, have been used to find only a handful of exoplanets. The first confirmed exoplanet to orbit within the habitable zone of its parent star was Kepler 22b, discovered in 2011. Since then, scientists have discovered quite a few Earth-like planets around other stars. Many belong to a new class of planet, known as a super-Earth. Based on new estimates, scientists have estimated that about 1 in 5 stars has an Earth-like planet orbiting within the habitable zone. Scientists calculate that about 11 billion of these orbit sun-like stars. This number, however, is raised to 40 billion once red dwarfs are included. The numbers seem to agree that we may not be alone in this universe.

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Find out astrophysicsman's Instagram NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) recently announced that based on their data, 2016 is officially the hottest year on record, with average global temperatures 0.99°C higher than the mid-20th century average. 2016 is now the third year in a row to break the record for hottest year. The evidence is clear: the Earth is heating up. 
2016 is part of a warming trend. The Earth's global average temperature is now 1.1°C above what it was in the late 19th century. This year we also saw new records set for lowest amount of sea ice in the Arctic, and temperatures in the Arctic reached record highs. Most of the warming scientists are observing has occurred in the past 35 years, with 16 of the 17 hottest years on record occurring since 2001. 
The Earth's climate has changed before. However, the current changes we're seeing in Earth's climate are unique compared to other examples of climate change. For most of Earth's history, extreme changes in climate have occurred from volcanic eruptions, changes in the Earth's orbit and axis tilt, solar activity, and the occasional asteroid impact. No major volcanic eruptions have occurred recently to explain the changes observed, no asteroid has hit the Earth recently, and scientists haven't observed any significant changes in solar activity or the Earth's orbit. Rather, the current changes being observed are known to be a result of an increase of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. Since the Industrial Revolution in the 1700s, we humans have drastically increased are greenhouse gas emissions. Our annual greenhouse gas emissions have reached 40 billion tons per year. If something isn't done soon to significantly reduce our greenhouse gas emissions, Earth's global temperature will continue to rise and our climate will continue to change. 
The map above depicts global temperature anomalies in 2016. It does not show absolute temperatures; instead, it shows how much warmer or cooler each region of Earth was compared to a baseline average from 1951 to 1980. 1432384425690032260_4008710248

NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) recently announced that based on their data, 2016 is officially the hottest year on record, with average global temperatures 0.99°C higher than the mid-20th century average. 2016 is now the third year in a row to break the record for hottest year. The evidence is clear: the Earth is heating up. 2016 is part of a warming trend. The Earth's global average temperature is now 1.1°C above what it was in the late 19th century. This year we also saw new records set for lowest amount of sea ice in the Arctic, and temperatures in the Arctic reached record highs. Most of the warming scientists are observing has occurred in the past 35 years, with 16 of the 17 hottest years on record occurring since 2001. The Earth's climate has changed before. However, the current changes we're seeing in Earth's climate are unique compared to other examples of climate change. For most of Earth's history, extreme changes in climate have occurred from volcanic eruptions, changes in the Earth's orbit and axis tilt, solar activity, and the occasional asteroid impact. No major volcanic eruptions have occurred recently to explain the changes observed, no asteroid has hit the Earth recently, and scientists haven't observed any significant changes in solar activity or the Earth's orbit. Rather, the current changes being observed are known to be a result of an increase of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. Since the Industrial Revolution in the 1700s, we humans have drastically increased are greenhouse gas emissions. Our annual greenhouse gas emissions have reached 40 billion tons per year. If something isn't done soon to significantly reduce our greenhouse gas emissions, Earth's global temperature will continue to rise and our climate will continue to change. The map above depicts global temperature anomalies in 2016. It does not show absolute temperatures; instead, it shows how much warmer or cooler each region of Earth was compared to a baseline average from 1951 to 1980.

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Apollo 15 begins its journey to the Moon. July 26, 1971

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#gravitymuch? #reposting@space_sebs "Nothing to see here, just two supermassive black holes orbiting each other 😯😨, 25,000 light years apart, 300 million light years from #home🌍" Credit: @nasachandraxray #science #space #astronomy #blackholes #physics #universe #massive #cosmology #chandra #nasa #astrophysics #spacelover

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Find out space_sebs's Instagram Nothing to see here, just two supermassive black holes orbiting each other 😯😨, 25,000 light years apart, 300 million light years from #home 🌍

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Nothing to see here, just two supermassive black holes orbiting each other 😯😨, 25,000 light years apart, 300 million light years from #home🌍 Credit: @nasachandraxray #science #space #astronomy #blackholes #physics #universe #massive #cosmology #chandra #nasa #astrophysics #spacelover

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This galaxy with an active galactic nucleus is seen in this image combining data from the Hubble Space Telescope and the European Southern Observatory. It contains an example of a supermassive black hole hidden by gas and dust. Researchers analyzed NuSTAR data from this object and compared them with previous observations from our Chandra X-Ray Observatory and the Japanese-led Suzaku satellite. The findings from NuSTAR, which is more sensitive to higher energy X-rays than these observatories, confirm the nature the galaxy as an active galactic nucleus that is heavily obscured, and intrinsically much brighter than observed.

Credit: ESO/NASA/JPL-Caltech/STScI

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#wereallstardust #everythingwillbeok #repost@nasa with @repostapp ・・・ This galaxy with an active galactic nucleus is seen in this image combining data from the Hubble Space Telescope and the European Southern Observatory. It contains an example of a supermassive black hole hidden by gas and dust. Researchers analyzed NuSTAR data from this object and compared them with previous observations from our Chandra X-Ray Observatory and the Japanese-led Suzaku satellite. The findings from NuSTAR, which is more sensitive to higher energy X-rays than these observatories, confirm the nature the galaxy as an active galactic nucleus that is heavily obscured, and intrinsically much brighter than observed. Credit: ESO/NASA/JPL-Caltech/STScI #nasa #hubble #hst #astronomy #nustar #chandra #nasabeyond #astronomy #galaxy #science

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Find out discovery_jer's Instagram 👀🔭Algunas de las vistas impresionantes que recibimos del cosmos tienen un pequeño truco de la perspectiva, como la que se dio a conocer en el '09 para conmemorar el decimonoveno año del Hubble en el espacio. Aunque parezca que las dos galaxias en la imagen están en medio de un remolcador galáctico, conectadas por el prominente flujo de azul a través del centro de la imagen, uno se encuentra más cerca de la Tierra que su compañero, Y los dos no están físicamente conectados. 🌌

En otro truco óptico, esta imagen no contiene dos galaxias, sino al menos cuatro. El parche superior izquierdo en realidad alberga dos galaxias en las primeras etapas de la fusión. Sus brillantes centros todavía se pueden ver por separado, brillando en medio de un torbellino de gas y polvo.

Una galaxia espiral más pequeña y relativamente intacta se puede ver a la derecha del dúo de la fusión. Este trío de galaxias comprende Arp 194, un grupo de galaxias a poco menos de 600 millones de años luz de la Tierra en la constelación de Cepheus. Crédito: ESA / Hubble & NASA

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👀🔭Algunas de las vistas impresionantes que recibimos del cosmos tienen un pequeño truco de la perspectiva, como la que se dio a conocer en el '09 para conmemorar el decimonoveno año del Hubble en el espacio. Aunque parezca que las dos galaxias en la imagen están en medio de un remolcador galáctico, conectadas por el prominente flujo de azul a través del centro de la imagen, uno se encuentra más cerca de la Tierra que su compañero, Y los dos no están físicamente conectados. 🌌 En otro truco óptico, esta imagen no contiene dos galaxias, sino al menos cuatro. El parche superior izquierdo en realidad alberga dos galaxias en las primeras etapas de la fusión. Sus brillantes centros todavía se pueden ver por separado, brillando en medio de un torbellino de gas y polvo. Una galaxia espiral más pequeña y relativamente intacta se puede ver a la derecha del dúo de la fusión. Este trío de galaxias comprende Arp 194, un grupo de galaxias a poco menos de 600 millones de años luz de la Tierra en la constelación de Cepheus. Crédito: ESA / Hubble & NASA #esa #esa #nasa #cosmos #universe #telescope #space #hubble #astronomy #nasa #nebula #planet #vialactea #creation #universo #nebulosa #Chandra #iss #space #espacio #estrellas #kepler #discovery

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Find out discovery_jer's Instagram 👀🔭Para el cumpleaños número 26 del telescopio espacial Hubble de la NASA, los astrónomos destacan una imagen del Hubble de una enorme burbuja que fue lanzada al espacio por una estrella super caliente y masiva. La imagen del Hubble de la Nebulosa de la Burbuja, o NGC 7635, fue elegida para conmemorar el 26º aniversario del lanzamiento de Hubble en órbita terrestre por la tripulación del transbordador espacial STS-31 el 24 de abril de 1990.

La Nebulosa de la Burbuja tiene siete años luz a través de una distancia y media de la distancia desde nuestro sol a su vecino estelar más cercano, Alpha Centauri, y se encuentra a 7.100 años luz de la Tierra en la constelación Cassiopeia.

La estrella hirviente que forma esta nebulosa es 45 veces más masiva que nuestro sol. El gas en la estrella se pone tan caliente que se escapa hacia el espacio como un "viento estelar" que se mueve a más de cuatro millones de millas por hora. Este flujo de salida barre el frío, el gas interestelar delante de él, formando el borde exterior de la burbuja como un quitanieves apilados encima de la nieve delante de él mientras que él se mueve adelante.

A medida que la superficie de la concha de la burbuja se expande hacia afuera, cae en regiones densas de gas frío en un lado de la burbuja. Esta asimetría hace que la estrella aparezca dramáticamente fuera del centro de la burbuja, con su ubicación en la posición de las 10 en punto de vista Hubble.

En la parte superior izquierda de la imagen aparecen pilares densos de gas hidrógeno fresco atados con polvo, y más "dedos" se pueden ver casi de frente, detrás de la burbuja translúcida.

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👀🔭Para el cumpleaños número 26 del telescopio espacial Hubble de la NASA, los astrónomos destacan una imagen del Hubble de una enorme burbuja que fue lanzada al espacio por una estrella super caliente y masiva. La imagen del Hubble de la Nebulosa de la Burbuja, o NGC 7635, fue elegida para conmemorar el 26º aniversario del lanzamiento de Hubble en órbita terrestre por la tripulación del transbordador espacial STS-31 el 24 de abril de 1990. La Nebulosa de la Burbuja tiene siete años luz a través de una distancia y media de la distancia desde nuestro sol a su vecino estelar más cercano, Alpha Centauri, y se encuentra a 7.100 años luz de la Tierra en la constelación Cassiopeia. La estrella hirviente que forma esta nebulosa es 45 veces más masiva que nuestro sol. El gas en la estrella se pone tan caliente que se escapa hacia el espacio como un "viento estelar" que se mueve a más de cuatro millones de millas por hora. Este flujo de salida barre el frío, el gas interestelar delante de él, formando el borde exterior de la burbuja como un quitanieves apilados encima de la nieve delante de él mientras que él se mueve adelante. A medida que la superficie de la concha de la burbuja se expande hacia afuera, cae en regiones densas de gas frío en un lado de la burbuja. Esta asimetría hace que la estrella aparezca dramáticamente fuera del centro de la burbuja, con su ubicación en la posición de las 10 en punto de vista Hubble. En la parte superior izquierda de la imagen aparecen pilares densos de gas hidrógeno fresco atados con polvo, y más "dedos" se pueden ver casi de frente, detrás de la burbuja translúcida. Crédito: NASA, ESA, y el equipo de la herencia de Hubble (STScI / AURA) #hubble #space #discovery #cosmos #creation #universe #telescope #hubble #nasa #esa #astronomía #nasa #nebula #nebulosa #Chandra #iss #sistemasolar #science #gravity #planet #vialactea #solarsystem

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Find out smsharaf's Instagram @Regrann from @nasa: This galaxy with an active galactic nucleus is seen in this image combining data from the Hubble Space Telescope and the European Southern Observatory. It contains an example of a supermassive black hole hidden by gas and dust. Researchers analyzed NuSTAR data from this object and compared them with previous observations from our Chandra X-Ray Observatory and the Japanese-led Suzaku satellite. The findings from NuSTAR, which is more sensitive to higher energy X-rays than these observatories, confirm the nature the galaxy as an active galactic nucleus that is heavily obscured, and intrinsically much brighter than observed.

Credit: ESO/NASA/JPL-Caltech/STScI

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@Regrann from @nasa: This galaxy with an active galactic nucleus is seen in this image combining data from the Hubble Space Telescope and the European Southern Observatory. It contains an example of a supermassive black hole hidden by gas and dust. Researchers analyzed NuSTAR data from this object and compared them with previous observations from our Chandra X-Ray Observatory and the Japanese-led Suzaku satellite. The findings from NuSTAR, which is more sensitive to higher energy X-rays than these observatories, confirm the nature the galaxy as an active galactic nucleus that is heavily obscured, and intrinsically much brighter than observed. Credit: ESO/NASA/JPL-Caltech/STScI #nasa #hubble #hst #astronomy #nustar #chandra #nasabeyond #astronomy #galaxy #science- via #regrann #repost

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