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Aglomerado de estrelas Messier 9 que fica na constelação de Ofiúco.

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Hubble's Messier 9 Globular Cluster Photo-shows hundreds of thousands of glittering stars shine in a cluster at the center of our galaxy in a new photograph from the Hubble Space Telescope.

A espetacular Nebulosa de formação de estrelas Carina foi capturada em grande detalhe pelo Telescópio VLT no Observatório do Paranal do ESO. Esta foto foi tirada com a ajuda de Sebastián Piñera, presidente do Chile, durante a sua visita ao observatório a 5 de junho de 2012 e lançada por ocasião da inauguração do novo telescópio em Nápoles a 6 de dezembro de 2012.

ESA European Southern Observatory - 6 December 2012 "Carina Nebula" - First released image taken by the Very Large Telescope Survey Telescope (VST) equipped with OmegaCam, a CCE camera (ESA/ESO/VPHAS+Consortium/Cambridge Astronomical Survey Unit)

the Hubble telescope allows us to see farther than we've ever seen before. And due to its high-tech cameras, we can distinguish between stars' atmospheres. Older stars cool down and become red giants, while younger stars burn blue.

Throwback Thursday: The Evolution Of Starlight – Starts With A Bang!

Jovens estrelas brilham nesta imagem da Serpens, a Serpente, uma constelação do equador celeste. Esta região é onde estrelas são formadas.

Infant stars are glowing gloriously in this image of the Serpens star-forming region, captured by NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope. The reddish-pink dots are baby stars deeply embedded in the cosmic cloud of gas and dust that collapsed to create it.

Explosão monstro

Explosão “monstruosa”, capaz de destruir a Terra, é captada em galáxia distante

For the first time ever, astronomers have detected circularly polarized light emitted from a dying star collapsing into a black hole. This image is an artist’s impression of the collapsing event, which is known as a gamma-ray burst.

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Inside gas and dust of open cluster New Q at prime focus; CCD Atik hours of total integration and color taken from an old image from DSLR. Processing and elaboration using PixInsight.

Hubble fotografa o maior aglomerado de galáxias já encontrado

Gigantic Galaxy Cluster The Hubble telescope has found the largest known collection of globular star clusters, a finding that is expected to reveal new insights into dark matter. NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team

NGC 1579 nebula lies about 2,100 light-years away in the constellation of Perseus. The red glow of NGC 1579 comes from a young, massive star emitting red light embedded in the nebula, which contains dust that diminishes, reddens, and scatters the light.

NGC 1579 nebula lies about light-years away in the constellation of Perseus. The red glow of NGC 1579 comes from a young, massive star emitting red light embedded in the nebula, which contains dust that diminishes, reddens, and scatters the light.

Imagem divulgada nesta sexta-feira (7) feita pelo telescópio Hubble, operado pela agência espacial americana, a Nasa, mostra o centro do aglomerado globular M4, que concentra dezenas de milhares de estrelas, principalmente anãs brancas, e está a 7.200 anos-luz de distância da Terra. (Foto: ESA/Nasa)

Telescópio Hubble capta aglomerado de estrelas a 7.200 anos-luz da Terra

This NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope image shows the center of globular cluster M The power of Hubble has resolved the cluster into a multitude of glowing orbs, each a colossal nuclear furnace. M 4 is relatively close to us,.

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