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Galaxy cluster 'El Gordo' - ESA/NASA

Galaxy cluster 'El Gordo' - ESA/NASA

Inside the Coma Cluster of Galaxies - Hubble Heritage/ESA/NASA

85 uskomatonta kuvaa avaruudesta – nämä on nähtävä!

Inside the Coma Cluster of Galaxies - Hubble Heritage/ESA/NASA

Galleria: Parhaat avaruuskuvat 2015 | National Geographic

Galleria: Parhaat avaruuskuvat 2015 | National Geographic

Possibly the Youngest Galaxy Ever Seen, an irregular dwarf galaxy about 45 million light-years away is seen in this image from NASA. NASA/ESA/A. Schaller Phroyd

Possibly the Youngest Galaxy Ever Seen, an irregular dwarf galaxy about 45 million light-years away is seen in this image from NASA. NASA/ESA/A. Schaller Phroyd

Omega Centauri - ESA/NASA

85 uskomatonta kuvaa avaruudesta – nämä on nähtävä!

Omega Centauri - ESA/NASA

The Hubble Space Telescope found proof of a black hole at the center of the Andromeda galaxy, the only large galaxy visible to the naked eye in the northern sky. The black hole itself is invisible, but the inset shows a ring of reddish stars orbiting it. (T. Lauer/National Optical Astronomy Observatory/NASA/ESA)

The Hubble Space Telescope found proof of a black hole at the center of the Andromeda galaxy, the only large galaxy visible to the naked eye in the northern sky. The black hole itself is invisible, but the inset shows a ring of reddish stars orbiting it. (T. Lauer/National Optical Astronomy Observatory/NASA/ESA)

Ennuste piti paikkansa: Hubble nappasi kuvan 10 miljardia vuotta sitten räjähtäneestä supernovasta - T&T

Ennuste piti paikkansa: Hubble nappasi kuvan 10 miljardia vuotta sitten räjähtäneestä supernovasta - T&T

Sirius A may be the most luminous star known — a celestial mammoth 25,000 light-years away that releases up to 10 million times the energy of the sun and is big enough to fill the diameter of Earths orbit. -Credit: NASA, ESA - http://www.space.com/17319-extreme-night-sky-stargazing-objects.html

Sirius A may be the most luminous star known — a celestial mammoth 25,000 light-years away that releases up to 10 million times the energy of the sun and is big enough to fill the diameter of Earths orbit. -Credit: NASA, ESA - http://www.space.com/17319-extreme-night-sky-stargazing-objects.html

Stellar Snowflake Cluster | Newborn stars, hidden behind thick dust, are revealed in this image of a section of the Christmas Tree Cluster from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope. The newly revealed infant stars appear as pink and red specks toward the center and appear to have formed in regularly spaced intervals along linear structures in a configuration that resembles the spokes of a wheel or the pattern of a snowflake.

Stellar Snowflake Cluster | Newborn stars, hidden behind thick dust, are revealed in this image of a section of the Christmas Tree Cluster from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope. The newly revealed infant stars appear as pink and red specks toward the center and appear to have formed in regularly spaced intervals along linear structures in a configuration that resembles the spokes of a wheel or the pattern of a snowflake.

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