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Posted: Tuesday, May 17, 2016 1:49:55 PM

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The Great Nebula in Orion


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LHA 120-N55, or N55 as it is usually known, is a glowing gas cloud in the Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC), a satellite galaxy of the Milky Way located about 163 000 light-years away. N55 is situated inside a supergiant shell, or superbubble called LMC 4. Superbubbles, often hundreds of light-years across, are formed when the fierce winds from newly formed stars and shockwaves from supernova explosions work in tandem to blow away most of the gas and dust that originally surrounded them and create huge bubble-shaped cavities.


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The Glowing Halo of a Zombie StarThe remains of a fatal interaction between a dead star and its asteroid supper have been studied in detail for the first time by an international team of astronomers using the Very Large Telescope at ESO’s Paranal Observatory in Chile.


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Young Stars Take Crazy Cosmic Ride To Celestial Maturity
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Europa
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Mars

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Eruption on Io, one of the main Jovian satellites

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Picture taken from space of a crater on the moon.


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The galaxy cluster we live in, named "The Local Group", made of the 3 main galaxies M00 (The Milky Way), M31 (The Andromeda Galaxy) & M33 (The Triangulum Galaxy) and numerous dwarf galaxies.

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Miranda - appears to have been smashed apart at some point, then the lumps gravitated back together.

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The Earth is the biggest telluric body in the Solar system, closely followed by Venus.
Earth and Venus are the two biggest telluric bodies in the Solar system, noticeably bigger than the 3rd one, Mars.
The moons Ganymede (4th) and Titan (5th) are noticeably bigger than planet Mercury (6th).

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The Orion Nebula in infrarred
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