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07.20.11

A Twisted Star-Forming Web in the Galaxy IC 342

Looking like a spiders web swirled into a spiral, the galaxy IC 342 presents its delicate pattern of dust in this ima... view image

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07.20.11

A Twisted Dust Web in the Galaxy IC 342

Looking like a spiders web swirled into a spiral, the galaxy IC 342 presents its delicate pattern of dust in this ima... view image

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06.30.11

Galaxies Near and Far

This split view shows how a normal spiral galaxy around our local universe (left) might have looked back in the dista... view image

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05.25.11

Galactic Train Wrecks

This montage shows three examples of colliding galaxies from a new photo atlas of galactic "train wrecks." view image

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03.03.11

Spitzer's Sunflower

The various spiral arm segments of the Sunflower galaxy, also known as Messier 63, show up vividly in this image take... view image

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03.03.11

Sunflower Galaxy Glows with Infrared Light

The various spiral arm segments of the Sunflower galaxy, also known as Messier 63, show up vividly in this image take... view image

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12.23.10

Maffei 2: The Hidden Galaxy

Maffei 2 is the poster child for an infrared galaxy that is almost invisible to optical telescopes. Foreground dust c... view image

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11.18.10

A Powerful Shrouded Starburst

The collision of two spiral galaxies, has triggered this luminous starburst, the brightest ever seen taking place awa... view image

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08.05.09

Spitzer's First Warm Images

These images are some of the first to be taken during Spitzer's warm mission -- a new phase that began after the tele... view image

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04.30.09

Star Streams in the Galaxy M81

On the left is an image of Messier 81 taken in blue light, while on the right is a specially-processed version of an ... view image

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04.30.09

Why Are Galaxies So Smooth?

Located about 46 million light-years from Earth in the constellation Ursa Major, NGC 2841 is helping astronomers solv... view image

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04.28.09

Multispectral Triangulum Galaxy (3 Channels)

This image is a blend of the Galaxy Evolution Explorer's M33 image and another taken by NASA's Spitzer Space Telescop... view image

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04.28.09

Multispectral Triangulum Galaxy (4 Channels)

This image is a blend of the Galaxy Evolution Explorer's M33 image and another taken by NASA's Spitzer Space Telescop... view image

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04.03.09

M33: A Close Neighbor Reveals its True Size and Splendor

One of our closest galactic neighbors shows its awesome beauty in this new image from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope. view image

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04.03.09

M33: A Close Neighbor Reveals its True Size and Splendor

One of our closest galactic neighbors shows its awesome beauty in this new image from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope. view image

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02.10.09

NASA's Great Observatories Celebrate the International Year of Astronomy

This image of the spiral galaxy Messier 101 is a composite of views from Spitzer, Hubble, and Chandra. view image

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02.10.09

Spiral Galaxy M101 - NASA's Great Observatories

Three views of the galaxy Messier 101 show a swirling spiral of stars, gas, and dust. Messier 101 is nearly twice as ... view image

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07.21.08

No Organics Zone Circles Pinwheel Galaxy

The Pinwheel galaxy, or Messier 101, sports bright reddish edges in this infrared image. Research from NASA's Spitzer... view image

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07.21.08

The Pinwheel Galaxy, M101, in the Infrared

The tangled arms of the Pinwheel galaxy, otherwise known as Messier 101, are decked out in red in this new infrared i... view image

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06.23.08

The Fireworks Galaxy (NGC 6946)

NGC 6946, or "The Fireworks Galaxy", is one of about a dozen nearby neighbors to the Milky Way. It is located approxi... view image

   

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