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Find out shashastro's Instagram NASA has released an amazing composite image of NGC 6357, a region where radiation from hot, young stars is energizing the surrounding gas and dust.
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NASA has released an amazing composite image of NGC 6357, a region where radiation from hot, young stars is energizing the surrounding gas and dust. . . #nebula #stars #astronomy #red #gas #stars #far #away #galaxy #gigantic #universe #science #space #hubble #telescope #amazing #milkyway Credit-(NASA)

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Find out astrophysicsig's Instagram They may lack the stunning shapes and complexity of spiral galaxies, but elliptical galaxies, such as NGC 4660 above, are themselves quite beautiful. 
Elliptical galaxies are believed to be the most common type of galaxy in the universe, with an estimated 60% of all galaxies being elliptical. Ellipticals come in a variety of sizes. The largest and smallest known galaxies in the universe are elliptical galaxies. Elliptical galaxies are also sometimes referred to as the retirement homes of the cosmos. The reason for this is that they are composed almost entirely of old stars, with little to no younger ones. Strangely, they also contain little to no star-forming material.

Things, however, were not always this way. With telescopes like Hubble, scientists are able to look deep into the universe. The farther an object the longer it takes for that objects light to reach us. Thus every time scientists peer deep into the universe they are actually looking back in time. Objects are seen as they were, not as they are. 
In the earlier universe, objects were closer together because the universe gets larger over time, so in the past it was much smaller. The early universe contains very little elliptical galaxies and much more spiral galaxies, yet today we observe the opposite. Computer models have shown that when multiple spiral galaxies collide, they can form a single elliptical galaxy. This theory can explain why there are more elliptical galaxies today than in the early universe. After all, the early universe was much smaller and thus collisions between galaxies were much more common. Yet this isn't the only aspect of elliptical galaxies it can explain. The collision theory also explains the complete lack of star-forming material present in ellipticals. During a typical galactic collision, it's extremely unlikely that any stars will actually collide due to the vast distances between them. However, gas clouds do often collide and in doing so create regions of intense star formation. Star formation in the colliding galaxies accelerates, until, after the galaxies have merged, there is little to no star-forming material left. 
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They may lack the stunning shapes and complexity of spiral galaxies, but elliptical galaxies, such as NGC 4660 above, are themselves quite beautiful. Elliptical galaxies are believed to be the most common type of galaxy in the universe, with an estimated 60% of all galaxies being elliptical. Ellipticals come in a variety of sizes. The largest and smallest known galaxies in the universe are elliptical galaxies. Elliptical galaxies are also sometimes referred to as the retirement homes of the cosmos. The reason for this is that they are composed almost entirely of old stars, with little to no younger ones. Strangely, they also contain little to no star-forming material. Things, however, were not always this way. With telescopes like Hubble, scientists are able to look deep into the universe. The farther an object the longer it takes for that objects light to reach us. Thus every time scientists peer deep into the universe they are actually looking back in time. Objects are seen as they were, not as they are. In the earlier universe, objects were closer together because the universe gets larger over time, so in the past it was much smaller. The early universe contains very little elliptical galaxies and much more spiral galaxies, yet today we observe the opposite. Computer models have shown that when multiple spiral galaxies collide, they can form a single elliptical galaxy. This theory can explain why there are more elliptical galaxies today than in the early universe. After all, the early universe was much smaller and thus collisions between galaxies were much more common. Yet this isn't the only aspect of elliptical galaxies it can explain. The collision theory also explains the complete lack of star-forming material present in ellipticals. During a typical galactic collision, it's extremely unlikely that any stars will actually collide due to the vast distances between them. However, gas clouds do often collide and in doing so create regions of intense star formation. Star formation in the colliding galaxies accelerates, until, after the galaxies have merged, there is little to no star-forming material left. Image credit: NASA/ESA

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Find out emmalouiserobs's Instagram Watching The Way We Were with the perfect Robert Redford💞Blimmin sad tho as l wanted them to work😢 How handsome was he here tho😍 I can't believe he's 80 now & this came out when l was 2yrs old!! #thewaywewere #robertredford #barbrastreisand #hubbleandkatie #hubble #katie #movieclassics #lovestory #tearjerker #70s #soveryhandsome #sundaymovie 1453754147013882721_498156924

Watching The Way We Were with the perfect Robert Redford💞Blimmin sad tho as l wanted them to work😢 How handsome was he here tho😍 I can't believe he's 80 now & this came out when l was 2yrs old!! #thewaywewere #robertredford #barbrastreisand #hubbleandkatie #hubble #katie #movieclassics #lovestory #tearjerker #70s #soveryhandsome #sundaymovie

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Find out nisal_laksitha's Instagram This image shows the central area of Messier 94, also known as NGC 4736.
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This image shows the central area of Messier 94, also known as NGC 4736. #space #galaxy #astronomy #image #central #area #hubble #nasa

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Find out loriremmelart's Instagram Purefire Potential. I like waking up to sunlight, coffee, jazz, and the feeling that anything is possible. I'm most productive when I have harnessed clear vision and calm perspective. This toner-transferred reinvented landscape is about those moments when my fear and anxiety give way to all good things. Make the most of your day and environment, lovies. This entire series examines our place in and relationship with environment, a merger of space and time, in intimate and expansive contexts. #purefire #potential #reinventinglandscape #landscape #fire #warm #environment #environmentalart #sunrise #space #outterspace #science #hubble #nasa #loriremmel #art #contemporaryart #tonertransfer #allgoodthings 1453740835652546985_289225151

Purefire Potential. I like waking up to sunlight, coffee, jazz, and the feeling that anything is possible. I'm most productive when I have harnessed clear vision and calm perspective. This toner-transferred reinvented landscape is about those moments when my fear and anxiety give way to all good things. Make the most of your day and environment, lovies. This entire series examines our place in and relationship with environment, a merger of space and time, in intimate and expansive contexts. #purefire #potential #reinventinglandscape #landscape #fire #warm #environment #environmentalart #sunrise #space #outterspace #science #hubble #nasa #loriremmel #art #contemporaryart #tonertransfer #allgoodthings

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Find out narminfly's Instagram #Repost @nasagoddard with @repostapp
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Check out galaxy NGC 7640 in the Andromeda constellation. (Andromeda is one of the 88 modern constellations, not to be confused with our neighboring Andromeda Galaxy.) NGC 7640 is a barred spiral type, recognizable by spiral arms which fan out not from a circular core, but from an elongated bar cutting through the galaxy’s center. Our home galaxy, the Milky Way, is also a barred spiral. NGC 7640 might not look much like a spiral in this image, but this is due to the orientation of the galaxy with respect to Earth. 
There is evidence that NGC 7640 has experienced some kind of interaction in its past. Galaxies contain vast amounts of mass, and therefore affect one another via gravity. Sometimes these interactions can be mild, and sometimes hugely dramatic, with two or more colliding and merging into a new, bigger galaxy. Understanding the history of a galaxy, and what interactions it has experienced, helps astronomers to improve their understanding of how galaxies — and the stars within them — form.

Credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA #nasagoddard #hubble #space #galaxy 1453740442251336022_437697029

#repost@nasagoddard with @repostapp ・・・ Check out galaxy NGC 7640 in the Andromeda constellation. (Andromeda is one of the 88 modern constellations, not to be confused with our neighboring Andromeda Galaxy.) NGC 7640 is a barred spiral type, recognizable by spiral arms which fan out not from a circular core, but from an elongated bar cutting through the galaxy’s center. Our home galaxy, the Milky Way, is also a barred spiral. NGC 7640 might not look much like a spiral in this image, but this is due to the orientation of the galaxy with respect to Earth. There is evidence that NGC 7640 has experienced some kind of interaction in its past. Galaxies contain vast amounts of mass, and therefore affect one another via gravity. Sometimes these interactions can be mild, and sometimes hugely dramatic, with two or more colliding and merging into a new, bigger galaxy. Understanding the history of a galaxy, and what interactions it has experienced, helps astronomers to improve their understanding of how galaxies — and the stars within them — form. Credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA #nasagoddard #hubble #space #galaxy

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Find out origin_of_spacetime's Instagram Congrats to SpaceX on a successful launch and landing!🌌🌠🚀
An Ultraluminous X-ray Source (ULX) that astronomers had thought was a black hole is really the brightest pulsar ever recorded. ULXs are objects that produce more X-rays than most "normal" X-ray binary systems, in which a star is orbiting a neutron star or a stellar-mass black hole. Black holes in these X-ray binary systems generally weigh about five to thirty times the mass of the sun. #universe #astrophysics
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Congrats to SpaceX on a successful launch and landing!🌌🌠🚀 An Ultraluminous X-ray Source (ULX) that astronomers had thought was a black hole is really the brightest pulsar ever recorded. ULXs are objects that produce more X-rays than most "normal" X-ray binary systems, in which a star is orbiting a neutron star or a stellar-mass black hole. Black holes in these X-ray binary systems generally weigh about five to thirty times the mass of the sun. #universe #astrophysics . . . #astronomy #science #nasa #starstuff #galaxy #chandra #universetoday #hubble #space #astronaut #cosmos #dream #cosmonaut #astroahad #originofspacetime #ig #giveaway #love #space #spacetravel #alien #planet #mars #saturn #juno #jupiter #cassini #follow4follow #spacex

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Find out pixiexo_'s Instagram "It gets to the point where I start to think left and yes means no and right. My reasons are dying on why I want to fight because the further I step forward the even worst things come to life."
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"It gets to the point where I start to think left and yes means no and right. My reasons are dying on why I want to fight because the further I step forward the even worst things come to life." • • #bag #gamer #gaming #fluorite #druzy #auraquartz #rpg #solarquartz #hubble #northernlights #galaxy #aurora #etsy #dogs #nebula #cats #pottery #tattoo #artist #crystals #magic #gameofthrones #craft #mixedmedia #clay #catstagram

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Find out ben_haizlip's Instagram #Repost @space_time_official
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The geometric dance of Earth and Venus over an 8-year period. 🌎🌕
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#repost@space_time_official ・・・ The geometric dance of Earth and Venus over an 8-year period. 🌎🌕 ______________________________ #solarsystem #venus #earth #planet #planets #mars #jupiter #saturn #uranus #neptune #space #nasa #esa #spacestation #hubble #amazingearth #awesomeearth #visualization #visualsoflife #stars #constellation #universe #nature #naturelovers #earthpix #gravity #outerspace #natureza

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Find out natgeo_africa's Instagram We reveal exoplanets, astrophysical jets and the bubble nebula in tonight’s premiere of Hubble’s Amazing Universe at 21:00 CAT.  #HubblesAmazingUniverse #NatGeoAfrica #Universe #Space #Science #Hubble 1453715601243958304_1934468093

We reveal exoplanets, astrophysical jets and the bubble nebula in tonight’s premiere of Hubble’s Amazing Universe at 21:00 CAT.   #hubblesamazinguniverse #natgeoafrica #universe #space #science #Hubble

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Find out cteddery's Instagram Trials of perception, the jury hung on an untrod path. 1453712593709287049_2218789073

Trials of perception, the jury hung on an untrod path.

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Find out astronomiefrance's Instagram Arp 142 est une paire de galaxies en interaction située à environ 326 millions d'années-lumière de la Terre dans la constellation de l'Hydre. Cette paire est constituée d'une galaxie elliptique, NGC 2937 (en bas), et d'une galaxie anciennement spirale désormais méconnaissable après avoir été déchirée par la gravité de sa voisine, NGC 2936 (en haut). Cette dernière en raison de sa forme particulière est surnommée le "Pingouin" ou le "Marsouin". Elle a été découverte par l'astronome américain Halton Arp en 1966. 🔭

Image : NASA - ESA - HHT (STScl / AURA)
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Arp 142 est une paire de galaxies en interaction située à environ 326 millions d'années-lumière de la Terre dans la constellation de l'Hydre. Cette paire est constituée d'une galaxie elliptique, NGC 2937 (en bas), et d'une galaxie anciennement spirale désormais méconnaissable après avoir été déchirée par la gravité de sa voisine, NGC 2936 (en haut). Cette dernière en raison de sa forme particulière est surnommée le "Pingouin" ou le "Marsouin". Elle a été découverte par l'astronome américain Halton Arp en 1966. 🔭 Image : NASA - ESA - HHT (STScl / AURA) #galaxie #spirale #elliptique #pingouin #marsouin #galaxy #interaction #collision #fusion #terre #constellation #hydre #univers #universe #espace #space #cosmos #nasa #Hubble #esa #ngc #arp #astronome #astronomie #astronomy #astronomiefrance

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