Swirls of gas and dust reside in this ethereal-looking region of star formation…
The Pleiades star cluster ... blue veiled beauty | by Marco Lorenzi
PHOTO: NASA released a new photo of the "Pillars of Creation" from the Hubble Telescope, Jan. 6, 2015.
The many stars of the M4 globular cluster blaze like fireballs in this image snapped by the Hubble Space Telescope. CREDIT: ESA/NASA
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A Comet and a ClusterThis beautiful image shows the comet Lovejoy as it moves past the Pleiades Cluster. While the Pleiades Star Cluster has been studied for thousands of years, the comet Lovejoy was only discovered in August of...
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A pillar of gas in the Carina Nebula is bathed in the light of hot, massive stars. Radiation and fast winds from the stars sculpt the pillar and cause new star formation within it.
Like a whirl of shiny flakes sparkling in a snow globe, NASA's Hubble Space Telescope catches an instantaneous glimpse of many hundreds of thousands of stars moving about in the globular cluster M13,