RF2D7AE2H–Spiral Galaxy. Elements of this image furnished by NASA.
RM2GNHKAN–The famous Pillars of Creation,a part of a small region of the Eagle Nebula, a vast star-forming region 6,500 light-years from Earth.The colors in the image highlight emission from several chemical elements. Oxygen emission is blue, sulfur is orange, and hydrogen and nitrogen are green. . Image source NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope
RFFAM8E7–Hubble telescope in space - elements of this image furnished by NASA
RF2A81F05–Awesome beauty of starfield somewhere in deep space. Elements of this image furnished by NASA
RF2B0YKTJ–Hubble Space Telescope image of the young star cluster Westerlund 2.
RF2FMG5XD–Collage of a spaceship telescope on the background of stripes in the form of louvers of a galaxy with stars with copy space. Elements of this image fu
RF2J4J2PG–A spaceship is approaching an unknown planet. Space odyssey concept. Some elements of this image are furnished by NASA
RF2AB6F66–Mystic Mountain of Carina Nebula. Deep space look. Science fiction wallpaper. Elements of this image were furnished by NASA.
RFKDB1R9–Deep space object: Pillars of creation in Eagle Nebula (M16) in the constellation Serpens, elements of this image furnished by NASA
RM2ABAJ28–For this image, the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope turned its powerful eye toward an emission-line galaxy called NGC 3749. When astronomers explore the contents and constituent parts of a galaxy somewhere in the Universe, they use various techniques and tools. By hunting for specific signs of emission from various elements within a galaxy's spectrum of light - so-called emission lines - or, conversely, the signs of absorption from other elements, so-called absorption lines, astronomers can start to deduce what might be happening within. While not all galaxies display strong emission lines, NG
RMKRB7PG–New Chandra observations have been used to make the first detection of X-ray emission from young stars with masses similar to our Sun outside our Milky Way galaxy. The Chandra observations of these low-mass stars were made of the region known as the 'Wing' of the Small Magellanic Cloud (SMC), one of the Milky Way's closest galactic neighbors. In this composite image of the Wing the Chandra data is shown in purple, optical data from the Hubble Space Telescope is shown in red, green and blue and infrared data from the Spitzer Space Telescope is shown in red. Astronomers call all elements heavier
RFR5PTB7–Open space with nebulae and galaxies. Elements of this image furnished by NASA
RF2HC89J8–James Webb Telescope and Hubble Telescope facing each other in barner. copy space. Elements of this image were furnished by NASA.