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Okay this picture makes it easy for me to explain to the people who don't know what this really is, tilt your computer screen until the milky way is level with the ground(your computer will be sideways) now what you are doing is looking towards the center of our galaxy, the Milkyway. We are on one of the outer arms of our galaxy so that is why it looks so dense and that you can see the outer arms. Its amazing to see where we really are in space. Just think about it.

Okay this picture makes it easy for me to explain to the people who don't know what this really is, tilt your computer screen until the milky way is level with the ground(your computer will be sideways) now what you are doing is looking towards the center

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Eyes & Nebulas: Windows To Our Souls - The Universe In Us . our eyes can be as beautiful and unique as the Galactic Nebulae. We’re a part of the universe as much as the universe is a part of us .

sombrero galaxy

The Sombrero Galaxy - voted best picture taken by the Hubble telescope. The dimensions of the galaxy, officially called are as spectacular as its appearance. The Sombrero Galaxy spans about light years across and lies 28 million light years away.

This image of the region surrounding the reflection nebula Messier 78, just to the north of Orion’s belt, shows clouds of cosmic dust threaded through the nebula like a string of pearls  (credit: ESO/APEX (MPIfR/ESO/OSO)/T. Stanke et al./Igor Chekalin/Digitized Sky Survey 2)

A new image of the region surrounding the reflection nebula Messier just to the north of Orion's Belt. The observations, made with the Atacama Pathfinder Experiment (APEX) telescope.

"New Jersey-based photographer Taylor Allen overlays the twinkling visuals of galaxies over the female form in his series titled Astronomy. The photographer combines his passion for astronomy, organic portraits, and provoking vignettes into each image within this ongoing personal project. The double exposure images draw a connection between the vast universe and the organic human body in an eye-catching way (...). "

Twinkling Galaxies Fill the Silhouettes of the Female Form - My Modern Met. New Jersey-based photographer Taylor Allen overlays the twinkling visuals of galaxies over the female form in his series titled Astronomy.

" I love the way her breathing changes as soon as I touch her body."

I love how heavy and slow your breath gets when I'm on you. And how fast and sharp it gets when reaching climax. It's an unforgettable sound that replays in my head. I have to admit these are the little things that make a big moment.