Hubble Space Telescope Releases Images of 30 Celestial Gems For 30th Anniversary

Old news is better than no news… The Hubble Space Telescope turned 30 this year, and for the occasion, it’s sharing a present with you. NASA has just released dozens of newly processed Hubble images featuring 30 dazzling galaxies, sparkling star clusters, and ethereal nebulae… More about this Great article in the link below… https://scitechdaily.com/hubble-space-telescope-releases-images-of-30-celestial-gems-for-30th-anniversary/

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We may have seen a huge explosion in the oldest galaxy in the universe | New Scientist

An explosion of high-energy radiation may have been spotted coming from a galaxy in the distant universe. If confirmed, it would be the oldest known gamma-ray burst, occurring about 400 million years after the big bang. Linhua Jiang at Peking University in Beijing, China, and his colleagues were using the Keck Observatory in Hawaii to […]

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Astronomy Picture of the Day

Explanation: Why does this galaxy spin so fast? To start, even identifying which type of galaxy UGC 12591 is difficult — featured on the lower left, it has dark dust lanes like a spiral galaxy but a large diffuse bulge of stars like a lenticular. Surprisingly observations show that UGC 12591 spins at about 480 km/sec, almost twice as fast as our Milky Way, […]

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