The Black Eye Galaxy, M64. M64’s nickname comes from its striking dark band of dust. The galaxy has an unusual ring of gas and stars that rotates the opposite way to the gas and stars closer to the centre. These and the black eye are thought to have resulted from a collision with another galaxy. - Photo Credit: NASA and The Hubble Heritage Team (AURA/STScI)
~~Black Hole Outburst in Spiral Galaxy M83 (NASA, Chandra, Hubble, 04/30/12) | The Blackhole exists from a previous life as a star, It collapses to infinity but its life does not end, after the pressures of the impossible the black hole re-emerges either via explosion and scattering and the matter goes to form within other stars or it re-condenses. | by NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center~~
The #SwordOfOrion - The Orion constellation is noticeable for three medium-bright stars in a short, straight row. These stars represent Orion’s Belt. If you look closely, you’ll notice a curved line of stars “hanging” from the three Belt stars. These stars represent Orion’s Sword. Look for the Orion Nebula about midway down in the Sword of Orion, otherwise known as M42, a stellar nursery where new stars are being born.