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Galaxy cluster 'El Gordo' - ESA/NASA

Galaxy cluster 'El Gordo' - ESA/NASA

Perseus Galaxy Cluster (Abell 426) - One of the most massive known objects in the universe, this cluster contains thousands of galaxies immersed in a vast cloud of multimillion degree gas. Reexamining this image and others using Chandra and XMM-Newton, a mysterious X-ray signal was discovered. Using the XMM-Newton, X-ray signals have been detected in over 70 other galaxy clusters

Perseus Galaxy Cluster (Abell 426) - One of the most massive known objects in the universe, this cluster contains thousands of galaxies immersed in a vast cloud of multimillion degree gas. Reexamining this image and others using Chandra and XMM-Newton, a mysterious X-ray signal was discovered. Using the XMM-Newton, X-ray signals have been detected in over 70 other galaxy clusters

This is Galaxy Cluster Abell 1689. Each glowing orb visible here is a giant elliptical galaxy with more than a thousand billion stars. The mass of this cluster is so great that it acts as a colossal gravitational lens, bending light from galaxies behind it into distorted shapes. Within this image there could be as many as one quadrillion (1,000,000,000,000,000) planets and moons. What events are happening in this tiny patch of sky? Far, far more than we can ever imagine…

This is Galaxy Cluster Abell 1689. Each glowing orb visible here is a giant elliptical galaxy with more than a thousand billion stars. The mass of this cluster is so great that it acts as a colossal gravitational lens, bending light from galaxies behind it into distorted shapes. Within this image there could be as many as one quadrillion (1,000,000,000,000,000) planets and moons. What events are happening in this tiny patch of sky? Far, far more than we can ever imagine…

M33, one of our closest galactic neighbors, is about 2.9 million light-years away in the constellation Triangulum, part of what's known as our Local Group of galaxies. - Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

M33, one of our closest galactic neighbors, is about 2.9 million light-years away in the constellation Triangulum, part of what's known as our Local Group of galaxies. - Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

A unique peanut-shaped cocoon of dust, called a reflection nebula, surrounds a cluster of young, hot stars in this view from Hubble … the 'double bubble' called N30B is inside a larger nebula named DEM L 106...

A unique peanut-shaped cocoon of dust, called a reflection nebula, surrounds a cluster of young, hot stars in this view from Hubble … the 'double bubble' called N30B is inside a larger nebula named DEM L 106...

Mixer of Stars | Bursts of pink and red, dark lanes of mottled cosmic dust, and a bright scattering of stars — this NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope image shows part of a messy barred spiral galaxy known as NGC 428. It lies approximately 48 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation of Cetus (The Sea Monster).

Mixer of Stars | Bursts of pink and red, dark lanes of mottled cosmic dust, and a bright scattering of stars — this NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope image shows part of a messy barred spiral galaxy known as NGC 428. It lies approximately 48 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation of Cetus (The Sea Monster).

NGC 2146 A galaxy being stretched out of shape has been imaged by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope. Known as NGC 2146, it has been severely warped and deformed so that an immense dusty arm of glittering material now lies directly in front of the centre of the galaxy, as seen in the image. NGC 2146 is classified as a barred spiral due to its shape, but the most distinctive feature is the dusty spiral arm that has looped in front of the galaxy’s core as seen from our perspective. The forces…

NGC 2146 A galaxy being stretched out of shape has been imaged by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope. Known as NGC 2146, it has been severely warped and deformed so that an immense dusty arm of glittering material now lies directly in front of the centre of the galaxy, as seen in the image. NGC 2146 is classified as a barred spiral due to its shape, but the most distinctive feature is the dusty spiral arm that has looped in front of the galaxy’s core as seen from our perspective. The forces…

Tout petits dans l'univers (même les grands), lui même tout petit dans...    ELE, auteur de L'Indélicatesse du Cosmos (roman), http://eric-lequien-esposti.com

Tout petits dans l'univers (même les grands), lui même tout petit dans... ELE, auteur de L'Indélicatesse du Cosmos (roman), http://eric-lequien-esposti.com

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