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STILL LIFE WITH A CHINESE VASE, BY EDWARD LADELL

STILL LIFE WITH A CHINESE VASE, BY EDWARD LADELL

Jan van Huysum - один из Великих нидерландских художников, мастер натюрмортов.

Jan van Huysum - один из Великих нидерландских художников, мастер натюрмортов.

3 Flowers Dutch Baroque Jan Davidsz de Heem floral

3 Flowers Dutch Baroque Jan Davidsz de Heem floral

The Galactic Rings of ARP 148  This is ARP 148 (aka Mayall's Object), it's found 500 million light-years away in the constellation of Ursa Major. What you can see is the aftermath of a collision between two galaxies.  To learn more about it, see http://www.fromquarkstoquasars.com/the-galactic-rings-of-arp-148/  Image Credit: NASA

The Galactic Rings of ARP 148 This is ARP 148 (aka Mayall's Object), it's found 500 million light-years away in the constellation of Ursa Major. What you can see is the aftermath of a collision between two galaxies. To learn more about it, see http://www.fromquarkstoquasars.com/the-galactic-rings-of-arp-148/ Image Credit: NASA

Astronomy Picture of the Day: 2/9/14 - Tadpole Galaxy  This is the Tadpole Galaxy. It is about 420-million light-years from Earth in the constellation Draco; while it measures in at approximately 390,000 light-years across.  The Tadpole gets its iconic shape from interacting with a smaller, more compact galaxy many millions of years ago. You can actually still see the galactic nucleus of smaller galaxy. Furthermore, If you find the nucleus of the large galaxy (near the ce

Astronomy Picture of the Day: 2/9/14 - Tadpole Galaxy This is the Tadpole Galaxy. It is about 420-million light-years from Earth in the constellation Draco; while it measures in at approximately 390,000 light-years across. The Tadpole gets its iconic shape from interacting with a smaller, more compact galaxy many millions of years ago. You can actually still see the galactic nucleus of smaller galaxy. Furthermore, If you find the nucleus of the large galaxy (near the ce

Known as Seyfert's Sextet, this intriguing group of galaxies lies in the head portion of the split constellation of the Snake (Serpens). About 190 million light-years away, the interacting galaxies are tightly packed into a region around 100,000 light-years across, comparable to the size of our own Milky Way galaxy, making this one of the densest known galaxy groups. Bound by gravity, the close-knit group may coalesce into a single large galaxy over the next few billion years.

Known as Seyfert's Sextet, this intriguing group of galaxies lies in the head portion of the split constellation of the Snake (Serpens). About 190 million light-years away, the interacting galaxies are tightly packed into a region around 100,000 light-years across, comparable to the size of our own Milky Way galaxy, making this one of the densest known galaxy groups. Bound by gravity, the close-knit group may coalesce into a single large galaxy over the next few billion years.

Hydrogen in M51   Credit & Copyright: CAHA, Descubre Foundation, DSA, OAUV, Vicent Peris (OAUV / PixInsight), Jack Harvey (SSRO),   Steven Mazlin (SSRO), Carlos Sonnenstein (Valkanik), Juan Conejero (PixInsight).

Hydrogen in M51 Credit & Copyright: CAHA, Descubre Foundation, DSA, OAUV, Vicent Peris (OAUV / PixInsight), Jack Harvey (SSRO), Steven Mazlin (SSRO), Carlos Sonnenstein (Valkanik), Juan Conejero (PixInsight).