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Explore mentalacts's Instagram @Regrann from @yourdailyuniverse -  Space Station Vista: Planet and Galaxy.

Make sure to follow @travellingthroughspace and @astrodaily1! 
If you could circle the Earth aboard the International Space Station, what might you see? Some amazing vistas, one of which was captured in this breathtaking picture in mid-2015. First, visible at the top, are parts of the space station itself including solar panels. Just below the station is the band of our Milky Way Galaxy, glowing with the combined light of billions of stars, but dimmed in patches by filaments of dark dust. The band of red light just below the Milky Way is airglow -- Earth's atmosphere excited by the Sun and glowing in specific colors of light. Green airglow is visible below the red. Of course that's our Earth below its air, with the terminator between day and night visible near the horizon. As clouds speckle the planet, illumination from a bright lightning bolt is seen toward the lower right. Between work assignments, astronauts from all over the Earth have been enjoying vistas like this from the space station since the year 2000.

Image Credit: NASA, JSC, ESRS
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@Regrann from @yourdailyuniverse - Space Station Vista: Planet and Galaxy. Make sure to follow @travellingthroughspace and @astrodaily1! If you could circle the Earth aboard the International Space Station, what might you see? Some amazing vistas, one of which was captured in this breathtaking picture in mid-2015. First, visible at the top, are parts of the space station itself including solar panels. Just below the station is the band of our Milky Way Galaxy, glowing with the combined light of billions of stars, but dimmed in patches by filaments of dark dust. The band of red light just below the Milky Way is airglow -- Earth's atmosphere excited by the Sun and glowing in specific colors of light. Green airglow is visible below the red. Of course that's our Earth below its air, with the terminator between day and night visible near the horizon. As clouds speckle the planet, illumination from a bright lightning bolt is seen toward the lower right. Between work assignments, astronauts from all over the Earth have been enjoying vistas like this from the space station since the year 2000. Image Credit: NASA, JSC, ESRS _______________________________________ #yourdailyuniverse #universe #instacool #instalike #astrophysics #planet #cosmology #art #alien #amazing #awesome #astronomy #astrophotography #sun #star #space #science #food #galaxy #hubble #love #cosmos #colorful #beautiful #nasa #night #nature #nebula #moon #apod

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Explore optcorp's Instagram Proxima Centauri: The Closest Star 
Image Credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA
Explanation: Does the closest star to our Sun have planets? No one is sure -- but you can now follow frequent updates of a new search that is taking place during the first few months of this year. The closest star, Proxima Centauri, is the nearest member of the Alpha Centauri star system. Light takes only 4.24 years to reach us from Proxima Centauri. This small red star, captured in the center of the featured image by the Hubble Space Telescope, is so faint that it was only discovered in 1915 and is only visible through a telescope. Telescope-created X-shaped diffraction spikes surround Proxima Centauri, while several stars further out in our Milky Way Galaxy are visible in the background. The brightest star in the Alpha Centauri system is quite similar to our Sun, has been known as long as recorded history, and is the third brightest star in the night sky. The Alpha Centauri system is primarily visible from Earth's Southern Hemisphere. Starting last week, the European Southern Observatory's Pale Red Dot project began investigating slight changes in Proxima Centauri to see if they result from a planet -- possibly an Earth-sized planet. Although unlikely, were a modern civilization found living on a planet orbiting Proxima Centauri, its proximity makes it a reasonable possibility that humanity could communicate with them.
APOD: 2016 January 18 - Proxima Centauri: The Closest Star http://buff.ly/2j1If1E

#star #hubble #universe #beauty #opt #astrophotography #nasa #apod #opt #opteam 1430838236640650602_2952230368

Proxima Centauri: The Closest Star Image Credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA Explanation: Does the closest star to our Sun have planets? No one is sure -- but you can now follow frequent updates of a new search that is taking place during the first few months of this year. The closest star, Proxima Centauri, is the nearest member of the Alpha Centauri star system. Light takes only 4.24 years to reach us from Proxima Centauri. This small red star, captured in the center of the featured image by the Hubble Space Telescope, is so faint that it was only discovered in 1915 and is only visible through a telescope. Telescope-created X-shaped diffraction spikes surround Proxima Centauri, while several stars further out in our Milky Way Galaxy are visible in the background. The brightest star in the Alpha Centauri system is quite similar to our Sun, has been known as long as recorded history, and is the third brightest star in the night sky. The Alpha Centauri system is primarily visible from Earth's Southern Hemisphere. Starting last week, the European Southern Observatory's Pale Red Dot project began investigating slight changes in Proxima Centauri to see if they result from a planet -- possibly an Earth-sized planet. Although unlikely, were a modern civilization found living on a planet orbiting Proxima Centauri, its proximity makes it a reasonable possibility that humanity could communicate with them. APOD: 2016 January 18 - Proxima Centauri: The Closest Star http://buff.ly/2j1If1E #star #hubble #universe #beauty #opt #astrophotography #nasa #apod #opt #opteam

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Explore astronomy_20's Instagram I'm very happy to say that I've reached 300! Followers I would thank my new followers and old for the support and of course  @__astronomy__ for helping me to get 300 once again thank you!  _ #space #nebula #universe #milkyway #stars #hubble 1430836428249717475_3990489339

I'm very happy to say that I've reached 300! Followers I would thank my new followers and old for the support and of course @__astronomy__ for helping me to get 300 once again thank you! _ #space #nebula #universe #milkyway #stars #hubble

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Explore brickbrawn's Instagram Schmoops in dreamland 🌙⭐️✨ #hubble #bubbles #snoozing #bff 1430830099112707217_1876958

Schmoops in dreamland 🌙⭐️✨ #hubble #bubbles #snoozing #bff

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Explore seraphbuchanan's Instagram @Regrann from @nasa -  The beautiful spiral galaxy visible in the center of the image is in the Virgo constellation and imaged by the Hubble Space Telescope. It presents an interesting puzzle. At first glance, this galaxy appears to be a normal spiral galaxy, much like the Milky Way, but first appearances can be deceptive! The Milky Way galaxy, like most large galaxies, has a supermassive black hole at its center, but some galaxies are centered on lighter, intermediate-mass black holes. This is such a galaxy - in fact, it is centered on one of the lowest black hole masses known in any luminous galactic core. What puzzles scientists about this particular galaxy is that the calculations don't add up. With such a relatively low mass for the central black hole, models for the emission from the object cannot explain the observed spectrum. There must be other mechanisms at play in the interactions between the inner and outer parts of the accretion disk surrounding the black hole.

Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, Acknowledgement: Judy Schmidt

#nasa #space #hubble #hst #nasabeyond #astronomy #galaxy #milkyway #blackhole #science - #regrann 1430824798862354769_1478694811

@Regrann from @nasa - The beautiful spiral galaxy visible in the center of the image is in the Virgo constellation and imaged by the Hubble Space Telescope. It presents an interesting puzzle. At first glance, this galaxy appears to be a normal spiral galaxy, much like the Milky Way, but first appearances can be deceptive! The Milky Way galaxy, like most large galaxies, has a supermassive black hole at its center, but some galaxies are centered on lighter, intermediate-mass black holes. This is such a galaxy - in fact, it is centered on one of the lowest black hole masses known in any luminous galactic core. What puzzles scientists about this particular galaxy is that the calculations don't add up. With such a relatively low mass for the central black hole, models for the emission from the object cannot explain the observed spectrum. There must be other mechanisms at play in the interactions between the inner and outer parts of the accretion disk surrounding the black hole. Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, Acknowledgement: Judy Schmidt #nasa #space #hubble #hst #nasabeyond #astronomy #galaxy #milkyway #blackhole #science- #regrann

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Explore discovery_jer's Instagram 👀🔭Publicado el 17 de diciembre de 2012. Video de La NASA  muestra estrella destruida por un agujero negro. 🕳crédito : Nasa ☉(Repost @cosmos_contact) 
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👀🔭Publicado el 17 de diciembre de 2012. Video de La NASA muestra estrella destruida por un agujero negro. 🕳crédito : Nasa ☉(Repost @cosmos_contact) #agujeronegro#stars #nasa #cosmos #universe #telescope #space #hubble #astronomy #nasa #creation #supernova #increible #chandra

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Explore discovery_jer's Instagram 👀🔭El Spagueti Nebulosa 🍝, un remanente de supernova a 40.000 años luz de la tierra con 140 años luz para atravesarla! (Repost @bosplanet) 
#supernova #increible #creation #universo #nebulosa #Chandra #iss #space #espacio #Estrellas #kepler #NASA #cosmos #universe #telescope #hubble #discovery #science #gravity 1430805448248725137_4084013387

👀🔭El Spagueti Nebulosa 🍝, un remanente de supernova a 40.000 años luz de la tierra con 140 años luz para atravesarla! (Repost @bosplanet) #supernova #increible #creation #universo #nebulosa #chandra #iss #space #espacio #estrellas #kepler #nasa #cosmos #universe #telescope #hubble #discovery #science #gravity

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Explore cosasmiltv's Instagram La Galaxia del Sombrero, es una galaxia lenticular de la constelación de Virgo a una distancia de 31 millones de años luz. 🌌🌌😍
Sombrero Galaxy, is an unbarred spiral galaxy in the constellation Virgo located 31 million light-years from Earth. 🌌🌌😍 .
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La Galaxia del Sombrero, es una galaxia lenticular de la constelación de Virgo a una distancia de 31 millones de años luz. 🌌🌌😍 Sombrero Galaxy, is an unbarred spiral galaxy in the constellation Virgo located 31 million light-years from Earth. 🌌🌌😍 . . . . . . #cosasmiltv #ciencia #science #universo #universe #galaxia #galaxy #astronomia #astronomy #estrella #star #estrellas #stars #galaxiasombrero #sombrerogalaxy #nasa #hubble

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Explore bosplanet's Instagram #Infrared vs #Visible light comparison view of the Iconic Pillars of Creation, columns of gas and dust destroyed more than a thousand years ago.

Credit: ESA - European Space Agency #nasa #astronomy #space #science #hubble 1430751551970778689_1767625123

#infraredvs #visiblelight comparison view of the Iconic Pillars of Creation, columns of gas and dust destroyed more than a thousand years ago. Credit: ESA - European Space Agency #nasa #astronomy #space #science #hubble

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Explore oxox_jes_xoxo's Instagram ✨✨✨Yesterday I had an interesting conversation with somebody about stars, universe and stuff. This is what we found out by asking auntie google about galaxies...unbelievable these pics illustrate veil nebula, all in their natural appearance✨Did you ever seen something similar to this? I definitely didn't, but glad of being aware of it now👍🏻😃 #breathtaking #purple #truecolours #stunning #science #space #astrology #hubble #universe #spacedubstepyugo #arcticempireepicchillstepcollection2015 ✨✨✨ 1430746970347984858_2299318984

✨✨✨Yesterday I had an interesting conversation with somebody about stars, universe and stuff. This is what we found out by asking auntie google about galaxies...unbelievable these pics illustrate veil nebula, all in their natural appearance✨Did you ever seen something similar to this? I definitely didn't, but glad of being aware of it now👍🏻😃 #breathtaking #purple #truecolours #stunning #science #space #astrology #hubble #universe #spacedubstepyugo #arcticempireepicchillstepcollection2015✨✨✨

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