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El Gran Vitoko: LA GUÍA DEL GRAN VITOKO 2.0: LETRA L.

El Gran Vitoko: LA GUÍA DEL GRAN VITOKO 2.0: LETRA L.

50 Years of Space Exploration by Adam Crowe, via Flickr

50 Years of Human Space Exploration. This is by far the coolest pin I will see tonight. So amazing as to how far the space exploration campaign(s) has come since we first step foot into the putter abyss!

The Whirlpool Galaxy and its companion | Credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech / R. Kennicutt (Univ. of Arizona)

The Whirlpool Galaxy, the red spiral, and its companion galaxy, NG 5195 are 23 million light-years from Earth. The warm dust in red is a sign of active star formation probably triggered by a collision between the two galaxies.

Hoag's Object: A Strange Ring Galaxy | Image Credit: Credit: R. Lucas (STScI/AURA), Hubble Heritage Team, NASA, via Astronomy Picture of the Day (APoD) | #spaceimages #hubblespaceimages #ringgalaxy #hoagsobject

Hoag’s Object-A nearly perfect ring of hot, blue stars pinwheels about the yellow nucleus of an unusual galaxy known as Hoags Object. This image from NASAs Hubble Space Telescope captures a face-on view of the galaxys ring of stars

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NGC 3190 is a spiral galaxy with tightly wound arms and lying in the constellation Leo. It was discovered by William Herschel in NGC 3190 is member of Hickson 44 galaxy group, estimated at around 80 million light years and consisting of four

The Sun as seen from other Planets

The Sun's apparent size in the sky as seen from the surface of each planet. I don't know about anyone else, but seeing the Sun as large as it would appear standing on Mercury is very intimidating.

Newly discovered Galaxy SMM J2135-0102. 10 billion light years away, producing stars at rate equivalent to 250 suns per year.

This artist’s impression of the distant galaxy SMM shows large bright clouds a few hundred light-years in size, which are regions of active star formation. These “star factories” are similar in size to those in the Milky Way, but one