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What’s up in the night sky for February?
02 February 2018
This glistening globular cluster, which is a gathering of hundreds of thousands of stars that are bound together by gravity, was first discovered in 1826 and described as a “pretty large, pretty bright” object.
27 January 2018
Millions AND billions!
16 January 2018
Galaxies glow like fireflies in this spectacular image taken by our Hubble Space Telescope (@NASAHubble).
17 December 2017
As far as galaxies are concerned, size can be deceptive.
15 October 2017
Lightning bugs of the universe?
30 September 2017
Although appearing as one object, this image shows two galaxies rushing past each other at about 1,243,000 miles per hour!
14 May 2017
A giant wave of hot gas, spanning some 200,000 light-years, has been found in the nearby Perseus galaxy cluster by our Chandra X-ray Observatory.
07 May 2017
The Hubble Space Telescope has some amazing superpowers, specifically when it comes to observing innumerable galaxies flung across time and space.
05 May 2017
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