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Check apeiron_universe_'s Instagram Helix Nebula at different frequencies! : The Helix Nebula, also known as The Helix, NGC 7293, is a large planetary nebula (PN) located in the constellation Aquarius. Discovered by Karl Ludwig Harding, probably before 1824, this object is one of the closest to the Earth of all the bright planetary nebulae. The estimated distance is about 215 parsecs (700 light-years). It is similar in appearance to the Cat's Eye Nebula and the Ring Nebula, whose size, age, and physical characteristics are similar to the Dumbbell Nebula, varying only in its relative proximity and the appearance from the equatorial viewing angle.The Helix Nebula has sometimes been referred to as the "Eye of God" in pop culture, as well as the "Eye of Sauron".
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Helix Nebula at different frequencies! : The Helix Nebula, also known as The Helix, NGC 7293, is a large planetary nebula (PN) located in the constellation Aquarius. Discovered by Karl Ludwig Harding, probably before 1824, this object is one of the closest to the Earth of all the bright planetary nebulae. The estimated distance is about 215 parsecs (700 light-years). It is similar in appearance to the Cat's Eye Nebula and the Ring Nebula, whose size, age, and physical characteristics are similar to the Dumbbell Nebula, varying only in its relative proximity and the appearance from the equatorial viewing angle.The Helix Nebula has sometimes been referred to as the "Eye of God" in pop culture, as well as the "Eye of Sauron". Image Credit : Astrophotography Content Source: @wikipedia

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Check apeiron_universe_'s Instagram Since the sun is also moving, this is a better representation of how the planets revolve around the sun. 1434663516649174355_1471303724

Since the sun is also moving, this is a better representation of how the planets revolve around the sun.

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Check autumnquan_301's Instagram The Triple Blackness of Space 🌌 As black as space is, there are spots that are actually darker than the rest of it, whether it's seen via telescope or the naked eye. These dark spots are black interstellar clouds known as dark nebulae, so called because they are intensely dense they obscure the light coming from the stars behind them. These dark clouds are also considered the actual birthplace of stars and may be composed of black particles related to melanins. Within these dark nebulae, it is possible to discover the origins of the organic matter that comets, these seeds of life, carry as they impregnated the Earth in her early days. 
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The Triple Blackness of Space 🌌 As black as space is, there are spots that are actually darker than the rest of it, whether it's seen via telescope or the naked eye. These dark spots are black interstellar clouds known as dark nebulae, so called because they are intensely dense they obscure the light coming from the stars behind them. These dark clouds are also considered the actual birthplace of stars and may be composed of black particles related to melanins. Within these dark nebulae, it is possible to discover the origins of the organic matter that comets, these seeds of life, carry as they impregnated the Earth in her early days. #divinefeminine #scienceofself #earth #space #universe #solarsystem #ancestors #starlings #comet #tripleblack #blackisbeautiful #melanin #life #africa #darkness #light #sacredwoman #sacredman #cosmology #astronomy #geology #interstellar #afroart #naturalhair #blackart

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what can I do when the night comes and I break into stars --osmosis @nayyirah.waheed

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Check astrophysicsman's Instagram Globular star clusters are among the most stunning objects in the universe. Globular clusters contain many thousands or even millions of individual stars. Globular star clusters are basically large spherical regions of space containing large numbers of stars. Globular star clusters are very compact, and most stars within a globular cluster are only light days or light hours apart. These relatively short distances between stars make it difficult for stars to move apart. Rather, the combined gravity of so many stars in a relatively small region of space means that a globular cluster will remain intact essentially forever. 
Globular star clusters contain little to no star forming material. Higher mass blue stars are extremely rare in globular clusters, and there are very few examples of globular clusters containing higher mass stars. The reason for this has to do with how old most globular clusters are. In our galaxy, many globular clusters are billions of years old, some are perhaps as old as the Milky Way itself. Higher mass stars live relatively short, existing for only a few hundred millions years or so, if that. Globular clusters contain an abundance of lower mass red and yellow stars. Some of the oldest stars in the galaxy exist within globular clusters. 
The above image shows the globular star cluster Omega Centauri. Omega Centauri is the largest and brightest of over 150 other globular clusters that exist in our galaxy. In fact, Omega Centauri is so bright that for centuries it was believed to be a single star, when in reality it's a large spherical region of space some 170 light years across and 16,000 light years away and is home to several millions stars. Interestingly, like galaxies, many globular clusters are dominated by a large black hole at their centres. At the centre of Omega Centauri there exists a black hole with a mass of 40,000 suns. A black hole of this mass is neither a stellar-mass black hole nor a supermassive black hole. Astronomers are still unsure how exactly these intermediate-mass black holes form. It's possible they formed from the collisions of many smaller black holes. 1434641812694099511_4008710248

Globular star clusters are among the most stunning objects in the universe. Globular clusters contain many thousands or even millions of individual stars. Globular star clusters are basically large spherical regions of space containing large numbers of stars. Globular star clusters are very compact, and most stars within a globular cluster are only light days or light hours apart. These relatively short distances between stars make it difficult for stars to move apart. Rather, the combined gravity of so many stars in a relatively small region of space means that a globular cluster will remain intact essentially forever. Globular star clusters contain little to no star forming material. Higher mass blue stars are extremely rare in globular clusters, and there are very few examples of globular clusters containing higher mass stars. The reason for this has to do with how old most globular clusters are. In our galaxy, many globular clusters are billions of years old, some are perhaps as old as the Milky Way itself. Higher mass stars live relatively short, existing for only a few hundred millions years or so, if that. Globular clusters contain an abundance of lower mass red and yellow stars. Some of the oldest stars in the galaxy exist within globular clusters. The above image shows the globular star cluster Omega Centauri. Omega Centauri is the largest and brightest of over 150 other globular clusters that exist in our galaxy. In fact, Omega Centauri is so bright that for centuries it was believed to be a single star, when in reality it's a large spherical region of space some 170 light years across and 16,000 light years away and is home to several millions stars. Interestingly, like galaxies, many globular clusters are dominated by a large black hole at their centres. At the centre of Omega Centauri there exists a black hole with a mass of 40,000 suns. A black hole of this mass is neither a stellar-mass black hole nor a supermassive black hole. Astronomers are still unsure how exactly these intermediate-mass black holes form. It's possible they formed from the collisions of many smaller black holes.

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Check astrophysicsman's Instagram In 1960, radioastronomer Frank D. Drake, then at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in Green Bank, West Virginia, carried out humanity's first attempt to detect interstellar radio transmissions from other intelligent beings in the cosmos. Since then, humanity has been on an unprecedented search for life beyond the Earth. And not just any life, but intelligent life. 
Radio is the most efficient form of communication across interstellar space that we know of, and thus is a good form of communication with other beings. By using large radio telescopes, SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) has been looking for radio signals from other intelligent beings. Unfortunately, nothing has been found. Scientists have been listening, but have heard nothing. Many think we shouldn't look, that's it's a waste of time, that scientists will never find anything. Yet what if they do? After all using these telescopes and searching for other intelligent beings is very cheap and costs very little. Why not look, just in case someone is out there calling out to us. 
It's highly unlikely that any other intelligent beings in the cosmos will be in technological lock step with us. Either they are going to be far behind us, or far ahead of us. Just think of the advancements we have made in the past century. Imagine a species that is far ahead of us. Maybe thousands, even millions of years ahead. What would seem like magic or impossible to us, could be remarkably easy for them. If we ever do receive a message from another intelligent life form, we will likely learn a thing or two. 
How do you think the world would react to the discovery of another intelligent civilization? 
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In 1960, radioastronomer Frank D. Drake, then at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in Green Bank, West Virginia, carried out humanity's first attempt to detect interstellar radio transmissions from other intelligent beings in the cosmos. Since then, humanity has been on an unprecedented search for life beyond the Earth. And not just any life, but intelligent life. Radio is the most efficient form of communication across interstellar space that we know of, and thus is a good form of communication with other beings. By using large radio telescopes, SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) has been looking for radio signals from other intelligent beings. Unfortunately, nothing has been found. Scientists have been listening, but have heard nothing. Many think we shouldn't look, that's it's a waste of time, that scientists will never find anything. Yet what if they do? After all using these telescopes and searching for other intelligent beings is very cheap and costs very little. Why not look, just in case someone is out there calling out to us. It's highly unlikely that any other intelligent beings in the cosmos will be in technological lock step with us. Either they are going to be far behind us, or far ahead of us. Just think of the advancements we have made in the past century. Imagine a species that is far ahead of us. Maybe thousands, even millions of years ahead. What would seem like magic or impossible to us, could be remarkably easy for them. If we ever do receive a message from another intelligent life form, we will likely learn a thing or two. How do you think the world would react to the discovery of another intelligent civilization? Image credit: ESO astronomy #astronomy #astronomer #astrophysics #space #cosmos #science #physics #universe #stars #planet #astronaut #constellation #interstellar #spacetravel #outerspace #nasabeyond #hst #astrobiology #nasa #hubble #telescope #galaxy #stargazing #starstuff #astrophotography #photography #amazing #chandra #aliens #solarsystem

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Check francocudini's Instagram #WatchingNow #Interstellar #ChristopherNolan #HansZimmer @hansfzimmer 👏👏👏👏👏 #Film #Movie 1434613843163020980_1425937902

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Check astrophysicsman's Instagram Nebulae are stellar nurseries. Deep inside a nebulae stars are born. Hydrogen within the nebulae collapses under gravitational forces. Gravitational forces draw the hydrogen toward the core at an ever increasing rate. As the hydrogen collapses the temperature increases. The gas has now become a protostar. The temperature climbs to millions of degrees until a process known as nuclear fusion takes place. The hydrogen atoms fuse together to create helium atoms. The star flares into life. Now a forceful stellar wind sweeps away the surrounding material and lights up nearby gas. A star is born. 
If you view the image above, which is an image of a small portion of the Carina Nebula, you will realize that near the top of the large pillar of gas and dust there are strange looking clumps. These clumps of gas and dust are the beginning stages of star formation. The hydrogen gas is collapsing under the force of gravity, and, in a few million years or so, these clumps of gas and dust will become stars. 
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Nebulae are stellar nurseries. Deep inside a nebulae stars are born. Hydrogen within the nebulae collapses under gravitational forces. Gravitational forces draw the hydrogen toward the core at an ever increasing rate. As the hydrogen collapses the temperature increases. The gas has now become a protostar. The temperature climbs to millions of degrees until a process known as nuclear fusion takes place. The hydrogen atoms fuse together to create helium atoms. The star flares into life. Now a forceful stellar wind sweeps away the surrounding material and lights up nearby gas. A star is born. If you view the image above, which is an image of a small portion of the Carina Nebula, you will realize that near the top of the large pillar of gas and dust there are strange looking clumps. These clumps of gas and dust are the beginning stages of star formation. The hydrogen gas is collapsing under the force of gravity, and, in a few million years or so, these clumps of gas and dust will become stars. Image credit: NASA/ESA #astronomy #astronomer #astrophysics #space #cosmos #science #physics #universe #stars #planet #astronaut #constellation #interstellar #spacetravel #outerspace #sun #chandra #astrobiology #nasa #hubble #telescope #galaxy #stargazing #starstuff #creation #photography #astrophotography #amazing #exploration #nasabeyond

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✔ ثبت با کیفیت ترین تصاویر از زمین توسط نسل جدید ماهواره های هواشناسي با نام GOES-16
این ماهواره پیشرفته که اخیرا و در یک همکاری مشترک میان ناسا و بخش هواشناسي آن به فضا ارسال شده، از ارتفاع 22300 مایلی تصاویر فوق العاده ای را به زمین ارسال می نماید.
محققین اميدوارند با استفاده از اطلاعات ارسال شده شناخت بهتری نسبت به سیستمهای پیچیده آب و هوایی زمین یافته و پیش بینی های مطمین تری ارایه نمایند.
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NASA and the NOAA recently launched a satellite called GOES-16. This new satellite is part of a new generation of weather satellites that will give us more information on our planet's complex weather systems and will allow scientists to better predict weather across the globe. Just recently, GOES-16 began sending back its first images of Earth, and they are spectacular! GOES-16 observes Earth from an equatorial view approximately 22,300 miles from the surface. This image was recently taken by #GOES-16, and it's absolutely stunning! Truly one of my favourite images of the Earth. 
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🌍 @astrophysics_ ✔ ثبت با کیفیت ترین تصاویر از زمین توسط نسل جدید ماهواره های هواشناسي با نام GOES-16 این ماهواره پیشرفته که اخیرا و در یک همکاری مشترک میان ناسا و بخش هواشناسي آن به فضا ارسال شده، از ارتفاع 22300 مایلی تصاویر فوق العاده ای را به زمین ارسال می نماید. محققین اميدوارند با استفاده از اطلاعات ارسال شده شناخت بهتری نسبت به سیستمهای پیچیده آب و هوایی زمین یافته و پیش بینی های مطمین تری ارایه نمایند. ❤ #عشق_من_زمین # NASA and the NOAA recently launched a satellite called GOES-16. This new satellite is part of a new generation of weather satellites that will give us more information on our planet's complex weather systems and will allow scientists to better predict weather across the globe. Just recently, GOES-16 began sending back its first images of Earth, and they are spectacular! GOES-16 observes Earth from an equatorial view approximately 22,300 miles from the surface. This image was recently taken by #GOES-16, and it's absolutely stunning! Truly one of my favourite images of the Earth. Image Credit: NOAA/NASA , #astronomy #astronomer #astrophysics #space #cosmos #science #physics #universe #stars #planet #astronaut #constellation #interstellar #spacetravel #outerspace #bigbang #milkyway #exploration #astrobiology #nasa #hubble #telescope #galaxy #stargazing #starstuff #astrophysics_

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Check astrophysicsman's Instagram The beautiful image above shows what the Milky Way looks like from Earth. What type of galaxy is the Milky Way? The Milky Way is a spiral galaxy some 100,000 light years away across, and contains around 200-500 billion stars. Our solar system is approximately 30,000 light years from the centre. The Milky Way could be as old as 12 billion years. 
Our galaxy is home to star clusters, nebulae, and hundreds of billions of stars and many more planets. It was once believed that the Milky Way Galaxy was the only galaxy, a kind of island universe. However, Edwin Hubble discovered in the early 20th century that the universe is in fact home to billions of galaxies. 
The Milky Way falls into the category of a spiral galaxy, however, it has an interesting distinction. The centre is not spherical, rather, our galactic centre is elongated, meaning that our galaxy is a barred spiral galaxy. Most of our knowledge about the Milky Way comes from the Spitzer space telescope. It discovered that our Galaxy is in fact made of 90% dark matter, meaning that all the matter we see in our galaxy is really only 10% of what's actually there. 
Unfortunately our galaxy won't always be here. We are currently on a collision course with our nearest galactic neighbour the Andromeda Galaxy. In about 4-5 billion years these two galaxies will collide and form one elliptical galaxy. 
The name Milky Way comes from the Latin words "via lactea" meaning milky road, which in turn was taken from the Greek words "galaxias kyklos" meaning milky circle. The name originated after a Greek myth. When Zeus fathered Heracles by a mortal female, he put his son on the sleeping Hera's breast to suckle him. Hera realized what Zeus had done and tore the baby from her breast. Her milk shot through the night sky, creating the Milky Way. The origin of our galaxies name is quite strange. 
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The beautiful image above shows what the Milky Way looks like from Earth. What type of galaxy is the Milky Way? The Milky Way is a spiral galaxy some 100,000 light years away across, and contains around 200-500 billion stars. Our solar system is approximately 30,000 light years from the centre. The Milky Way could be as old as 12 billion years. Our galaxy is home to star clusters, nebulae, and hundreds of billions of stars and many more planets. It was once believed that the Milky Way Galaxy was the only galaxy, a kind of island universe. However, Edwin Hubble discovered in the early 20th century that the universe is in fact home to billions of galaxies. The Milky Way falls into the category of a spiral galaxy, however, it has an interesting distinction. The centre is not spherical, rather, our galactic centre is elongated, meaning that our galaxy is a barred spiral galaxy. Most of our knowledge about the Milky Way comes from the Spitzer space telescope. It discovered that our Galaxy is in fact made of 90% dark matter, meaning that all the matter we see in our galaxy is really only 10% of what's actually there. Unfortunately our galaxy won't always be here. We are currently on a collision course with our nearest galactic neighbour the Andromeda Galaxy. In about 4-5 billion years these two galaxies will collide and form one elliptical galaxy. The name Milky Way comes from the Latin words "via lactea" meaning milky road, which in turn was taken from the Greek words "galaxias kyklos" meaning milky circle. The name originated after a Greek myth. When Zeus fathered Heracles by a mortal female, he put his son on the sleeping Hera's breast to suckle him. Hera realized what Zeus had done and tore the baby from her breast. Her milk shot through the night sky, creating the Milky Way. The origin of our galaxies name is quite strange. Image credit: @shainblumphotography

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Check fine_cinematography's Instagram Interstellar (2014)
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Interstellar (2014) • • • Director: Christopher Nolan Cinematographer: Hoyte Van Hoytema • • • #cinematography#movie#moviestill#beutifulmovie#beutifulcinematography#colour#art#entertainment#shot#movieshot#camerashot#interstellar

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