Photo of the week

This highly detailed image of the fantastic NGC 2899 planetary nebula was captured using the FORS instrument on ESO’s Very Large Telescope in northern Chile. This object has never before been imaged in such striking detail, with even the faint outer edges of the planetary nebula glowing over the background stars.

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The ‘Return’ Of The Loch Ness Monster Feels Amusingly Appropriate

2020 continues to barrel forward, and is now beginning to resemble an episode of Rick and Morty, having delivered a global pandemic, swarms of locusts, an invasion of “murder hornets,” Pentagon-approved footage of U.F.Os, and a green glow that recently appeared around Mars – now, the Loch Ness Monster is making an unexpected comeback… More about this article in link below… […]

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Space Station Cameras Capture Startling Images Seen here is the Aurora Borealis – AKA The Northern Lights – in all it’s green glowing glory. The gorgeous view perfectly complements the images that have been taken for ages from the ground. For all you Simpsons fans out there, unfortunately there’s no evidence that the ISS astronauts were eating […]