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the whirlpool galaxy

Witch's Broom Nebula The Whirlpool Galaxy Image Credit & Copyright: Marco Burali, Tiziano Capecchi, Marco Mancini (Osservatorio MTM) Fo.

At the center of Messier 80, a globular star cluster in Scorpius-Messier 80 (NGC 6093) is a globular star cluster with a diameter of approximately 95 light-years, about 32,600 light-yrs away in the constellation Scorpius.

At the center of Messier a globular star cluster in Scorpius-Messier 80 (NGC is a globular star cluster with a diameter of approximately 95 light-years, about light-yrs away in the constellation Scorpius.

Introduction According to quantum physics, the material universe is nothing more than a very dense form of energy. Everything that exists in this universe, from the most subtle, refined realms of

POSITIVE ENERGY: A CREATOR - Our thoughts are linked to this invisible energy and they determine what the energy forms. Your thoughts literally shift the universe on a particle-by-particle basis to create your physical life.

The Diamond Ring Melanie Thorne (UK) The dramatic moment that our star, the sun, appears to be cloaked in darkness by the moon during the Total Solar Eclipse of 9th March 2016 in Indonesia. The sun peers out from behind the moon and resembles the shape of a diamond ring, caused by the rugged edge of the moon allowing some beads of sunlight to shine through in certain places.

Melanie Thorne The Diamond Ring British photographer Melanie Thorne took this image in Indonesia during a total solar eclipse

Arp 87 and the two spiral galaxies NGC 3808 and NGC 3808A, are in an early state of merging. Already a bridge between them has formed. A polar ring around NGC 3808A attests to a former fusion of galaxies. Constellation: Leo. Distance: 300 million light-years. Visual magnitude: 14.1. Type: Sc D.

Arp 87 and the two spiral galaxies NGC 3808 and NGC 3808A, are in an early state of merging. Already a bridge between them has formed. A polar ring around NGC 3808A attests to a former fusion of galaxies. Constellation: Leo. Distance: 300 million light-years. Visual magnitude: 14.1. Type: Sc D.