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Following an ancient galaxy-galaxy collision 200 million light-years from Earth, debris from a gas-rich galaxy, NGC 5291, was flung far into intergalactic space.  - Image Credit & Copyright: CHART32 Team, Processing - Johannes Schedler

Following an ancient galaxy-galaxy collision 200 million light-years from Earth, debris from a gas-rich galaxy, NGC 5291, was flung far into intergalactic space. - Image Credit & Copyright: CHART32 Team, Processing - Johannes Schedler

Media by Bryon Gloden CISSP published February 01 2016 at 12:34AM

February 01, 2016 at 12:19AM

Media by Bryon Gloden CISSP published February 01 2016 at 12:34AM

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Felix-Baumgartner-00

音速で落下「ほぼ宇宙」の12万フィートからスカイダイビング、40年ぶりに世界記録を更新する Felix Baumgartner

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June 12, 2015 A bright elliptical galaxy on a field of stars Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA Text credit: European Space Agency

Hubble Meeting the Neighbors

June 12, 2015 A bright elliptical galaxy on a field of stars Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA Text credit: European Space Agency

2014年も、宇宙は人類を魅了した【画像集】〜天体写真家リック・スティーブンソンが撮影した輝線星雲「SH2-199」

2014年も、宇宙は人類を魅了した【画像集】〜天体写真家リック・スティーブンソンが撮影した輝線星雲「SH2-199」

Este conjunto de nebulosas se encuentra en el extremo de la Nube Molecular de Tauro. Es un lugar de formación de estrellas que tan solo se encuentra a 450 años-luz de distancia del Sistema Solar. Foto de Lloyd L. Smith. #astronomia #ciencia

Este conjunto de nebulosas se encuentra en el extremo de la Nube Molecular de Tauro. Es un lugar de formación de estrellas que tan solo se encuentra a 450 años-luz de distancia del Sistema Solar. Foto de Lloyd L. Smith. #astronomia #ciencia

Size of Andromeda if it were brighter!

もしアンドロメダ銀河が明るかったら…夜空はこんな風に見える

Size of Andromeda if it were brighter!

This richly coloured cloud of gas called RCW 34 is a site of star formation in the southern constellation of Vela (The Sails). This image was taken using the FORS instrument on ESO’s Very Large Telescope in northern Chile.

This richly coloured cloud of gas called RCW 34 is a site of star formation in the southern constellation of Vela (The Sails). This image was taken using the FORS instrument on ESO’s Very Large Telescope in northern Chile.

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