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The final stages of a star’s life allow us a glimpse into the future of our own solar system. 🌟 ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ This image from @NASAHubble shows what’s left of a star 10,000 light-years from Earth. ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ A star like our Sun will, at the end of its life, transform into a red giant. The core of the star will eventually collapse in on itself, ejecting the surface layers outward. After that, all that remains of the star is what we see here: glowing outer layers surrounding a white dwarf star. ⁣ ⁣ Click the link above for more info ⬆️⁣ ⁣⁣ Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, R. Wade et al.⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ #nasa #space #star

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It’s lit. 😎⁣ ⁣ The Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) provides views of the Sun in detail never before possible. Launched on February 11, 2010, SDO provides ultra high-definition imagery of the Sun in 13 different wavelengths.⁣ ⁣ Each wavelength highlights a specific aspect of the Sun’s atmosphere, from the surface all the way to upper reaches of the corona. ⁣ ⁣ Scroll through these SDO images captured today to see which solar regions were lit!⁣ Find the regional description of your favorite shots below 👇 ⁣ Image Credit: NASA⁣ ⁣ #nasa #sun #science #lit #star #details #solar

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LA LA LAND À l’origine, Damien Chazelle voulait son acteur de Whiplash Miles Teller dans le rôle de Sebastian et Emma Watson dans celui de Mia. Cependant, Emma Watson, déjà engagée sur La Belle et la Bête n'aurait pu faire le projet dans son emploi du temps. Quant à Miles Teller, il a été remplacé par Ryan Gosling car ses prétentions salariales étaient trop élevées. Ironie de l'histoire, Ryan Gosling a abandonné La Belle et la Bête pour La La Land. La la Land réalisé par Damien Chazelle, 2016. #movie #movies #film #films #star #hollywood #cinema #cinematography #cine #class #Classic #act #acting #action #actor #oscar #Netflix #picoftheday #Pic #picture #pics #pictures #photography #photooftheday #photo #photos #photoshoot #photographer

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Our @NASAHubble Space Telescope captured the smoking gun of a newborn star! ⭐️ Stars are born in dark clouds of gas and dust. But star formation is an energetic process, and newly-formed stars can send out a brilliant display of lights called Herbig-Haro objects. These objects form as jets of hot gas spewed by the newborn star collide with the surrounding matter at high speeds. In this image, these five objects can be seen at the top center as bright blue streaks traveling away from the star that created them at 150,000 miles per hour, towards the upper left. Since Hubble's launch and deployment in April 1990, our view of the universe and our place within it has never been the same. Credit: @EuropeanSpaceAgency/Hubble/NASA & K. Stapelfeldt #nasa #space #telescope #star #science #solarsystem #lights #astronomy #picoftheday

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In 1900, the British physicist Lord Kelvin is said to have pronounced: "There is nothing new to be discovered in physics now. All that remains is more and more precise measurement." Within three decades, quantum mechanics and Einstein's theory of relativity had revolutionized the field. Today, no physicist would dare assert that our physical knowledge of the universe is near completion. To the contrary, each new discovery seems to unlock a Pandora's box of even bigger, even deeper physics questions. These are our picks for the most profound open questions of all. Korata33 #universe #Cosmos #cosmology #gravity #quantumphysics #astrophysics #astronomy #nasa #space #spacetime #επιστήμη #κοσμολογία #αστροφυσική #αστρονομία #διάστημα #σύμπαν #астрофото #solarsystem #news #amazing #astrology #αστρολογία #planets #super #amazing #time #news #star #Quantum #mars #astrology

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We hope you’re having a Stellar Saturday! 🌟 A glimpse from the @NASAHubble Space Telescope reveals an ancient, glimmering ball of stars. This globular cluster of stars moves slowly through space on the outskirts of the Large Magellanic Cloud, one of our closest galactic neighbors. This cluster is certainly one for extremes. It has a mass equivalent to roughly 140,000 Suns and and an age of around 13.1 billion years — making it almost as old as the universe itself. The stars in this cluster are not only dazzling — they are also indispensable tools. Some of these particular stars have well-defined luminosities, meaning that astronomers know the total amount of energy they emit. By comparing star luminosities, we can calculate the distances to these stars! Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA #nasa #universe #hubble #space #solarsystem #galaxy #star #cluster #MagellanicCloud #luminosity #astrophysics #astronomy #StellarSaturday #gravity #GlobularCluster

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The rough-and-tumble environment near the center of a massive galaxy cluster is no match for a wayward spiral galaxy. New @NASAHubble Space Telescope images show a spiral galaxy being stripped of its gas as it plunges toward the cluster’s center. A long, thin streamer of gas and dust stretches like taffy from the galaxy's core and on into space. Eventually, the galaxy will lose all of its gas and become a dead relic, deprived of the material to create new stars and shining only by the feeble glow of old, red stars. Seen here, the dark brown streaks near the central region are silhouettes of dust escaping from the galaxy. The dust is part of a long, thin tail, also composed of hydrogen gas, that stretches out from the galaxy's core. Hubble, however, sees only the dust. The telescope's sharp vision also uncovered the blue glow of clumps of young stars in the tail. The brightest clump in the middle of the tail contains at least 200,000 stars, fueled by the ongoing loss of hydrogen gas. Credits: NASA, ESA, M. Sun (University of Alabama), and W. Cramer and J. Kenney (Yale University) #nasa #hubble #star #galaxy #spiral #galaxycluster #Stars #light #space #universe #science #astronomy #telescope #picoftheday

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EXPLOSIVE! 💥💥💥This dark, tangled web formed in a very violent fashion — it is a supernova remnant, created after a massive star ended its life in a cataclysmic explosion and threw its constituent material out into surrounding space. This created the messy formation seen in this image from our @NASAHubble Space Telescope, with threads of red snaking amidst dark, turbulent clouds. This object is situated in the Large Magellanic Cloud, a dwarf galaxy that lies close to the Milky Way. The remnant is likely the result of a Type Ia supernova explosion; this category of supernovae is formed from the death of a white dwarf star that grows by siphoning material from a stellar companion until it reaches a critical mass and then explodes. When explosions like this have a well-known luminosity, they can be used as markers for scientists to measure distances throughout the universe and learn more about what’s out there. Credit: @europeanspaceagency #nasa #space #telescope #Cosmos #star #explosion #Clouds #solarsystem #universe #picoftheday #science

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Happy Holidays & Merry Christmas! This @NASAHubble Space Telescope image of a bipolar star-forming region reminds us of a soaring, celestial snow angel. The outstretched “wings” aren’t snow at all, but are actually twin lobes of super-hot gas that glows blue. Additionally, a ring of dust and gas orbits the star like a belt. Just admire the space-angel that lies nearly 2,000 light-years from us and appears in a relatively isolated region of the Milky Way galaxy. A massive, young star is responsible for the furious activity we see in the nebula. Hubble's sharp resolution reveals ripples and ridges in the gas as it interacts with the cooler interstellar medium in this February 2011 view. Visible narrow-band filters that isolate the hydrogen gas were combined with near-infrared filters that show structure in the cooler gas and dust. Image credit: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA) #nasa #hubble #universe #astronomy #angel #christmas #science #space #milkyway #galaxy #star #gas #picoftheday

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How do you photograph a galaxy that stretches for thousands of light-years? One @NASAHubble Space Telescope image at a time. This portrait of the Triangulum galaxy was stitched together from 54 Hubble images and spans an area 14,500 light-years across — making it the largest high-resolution image of Triangulum ever assembled. Triangulum is the junior member of a trio of spiral galaxies, which includes ours (the Milky Way) and Andromeda. Compared to other recorded galaxies, Triangulum has a very neat and tidy spiral. The dust is evenly distributed throughout. Astronomers suspect that Triangulum’s tidiness is a result of having successfully avoided disruptive interactions with other galaxies. How many stars are burning in this capture of Triangulum? Nearly 25 million. Striking areas of star birth glow bright blue throughout the galaxy, particularly in beautiful nebulas of hot ionized hydrogen gas. Astronomers have only just begun to mine the enormous amount of data generated by these new Hubble observations, which will yield important insights into the process of star formation. Credits: NASA; ESA; M. Durbin, J. Dalcanton and B.F. Williams (University of Washington) #nasa #hubble #space #star #galaxy #StarBirth #Triangulum #milkyway #universe #astronomy #astrophysics #solarsystem #nebula #spiral #andromeda

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Here comes the Sun… 🌞 Heliophysicists (Scientists who study the Sun!) have been waiting more than 60 years for a mission like this to be possible. Parker Solar Probe is journeying closer to the Sun than any of our spacecraft before, in order to help us solve the solar mysteries waiting in the corona (the Sun’s outer atmosphere). The solar wind, along with the Sun’s magnetic field, envelops the inner part of our solar system. Occasionally, large amounts of this solar material spews out in a coronal mass ejection. These can create geomagnetic storms in space, which can cause power outages, disrupt satellite electronics, and even endanger astronauts! Therefore, it’s critical to understand the fundamental physics that power our Sun. This image from Parker Solar Probe shows a coronal streamer — a structure of solar material within the corona that usually indicate regions of increased solar activity. Parker Solar Probe was about 16.9 million miles from the Sun’s surface when this image was taken on Nov. 8, 2018. The bright object near the center of the image is Mercury! As Parker Solar Probe circles closer and closer to the Sun, we look forward to retrieving data to help us address some of our longest unanswered questions about our Sun! ☀️ Credits: NASA/Naval Research Laboratory/Parker Solar Probe #nasa #ParkerSolarProbe #solarsystem #sun #SolarWind #Heliophysics #SolarCycle #universe #beyond #galaxy #space #SolarRays #light #magnetic #star #SolarEncounter #corona #storms #Geomagnetic #SolarProbe #mercury #soakupthesun #spacecraft #science #discovery

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A celestial holiday wreath made of sparkling lights! Swaddled in a gossamer cocoon of reflective dust and illuminated, the super star in the center of this image from the @NASAHubble Space Telescope is ten times more massive than the Sun and 200 times larger. The super star is also one of the most luminous with an average intrinsic brightness is 15,000 times greater than the Sun's luminosity. This star also rhythmically brightens and dims over a six-week cycle. The nebula flickers in brightness as pulses of light from the star propagate outwards. Hubble took a series of photos of light flashes rippling across the nebula in a phenomenon known as a "light echo." Even though light travels through space fast enough to span the gap between Earth and the Moon in a little over a second, the nebula is so large that reflected light can actually be photographed traversing the nebula. By observing the fluctuation of light itself, as well as recording the faint reflections of light pulses moving across the nebula, astronomers are able to measure these light echoes and pin down a very accurate distance. The distance to the super star has been narrowed down to 6,500 light-years (with a margin of error of only one percent). Image credit: NASA, ESA and the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA) – Hubble/Europe Collaboration; Acknowledgement: H. Bond (STScI and Pennsylvania State University) #nasa #hubble #star #nebula #flicker #light #space #universe #science #astronomy #telescope #picoftheday

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. 🔺بررسی‌های جدید نشان می‌دهند که این سیارک مرموز که در ماه اکتبر سال گذشته کشف شد، احتمالا با یک جرم آسمانی دیگر برخورد شدیدی داشته است. . 🔺دانشمندان میگویند که سیارک استوانه ای امواموا به احتمال قوی برای صدها میلیون سال در فضا حرکت کرده است و در صورت برخورد نکردن با اجرام دیگر، تا میلیاردها سال به سفر خود ادامه می‌دهد؛ اما تعدادی از نکات هستند که باعث مرموزتر شدن این سیارک شده‌اند؛ به عنوان مثال طول امواموا هشت برابر عرض آن بوده که تاکنون هیچ جرم آسمانی مشابه آن دیده نشده است. از طرف دیگر،‌ ماهیت این سیارک هم خود جای ابهام دارد و در حالی که دانشمندان آن را یک شی عظیم سنگی و یا نوعی دنباله‌دار می‌دانند، عده‌ای می‌گویند که سیارک استوانه ای امواموا یک فضاپیمای بیگانه است! . 🔺فریزر می‌گوید که سیارک استوانه ای امواموا در زمانی خاص از سرگذشت طولانی خود در یک برخورد شدید شرکت داشته است. دانشمندان معتقدند که این جرم آسمانی در حال خارج شدن از منظومه شمسی است و پس از رسیدن به مدار مشتری در ماه می همین سال و عبور از مدار زحل در اوایل سال میلادی آینده، دیگر اثر از آن در اطراف ما باقی نخواهد ماند. . #نجوم #ستاره_شناسی #بیگ_بنگ #جهان #bigbang  #blackholes #astronomy #science #galaxy #nasa #space  #astronaut #astr  #ستارگان  #ertan  #nebula  #کیهان  #sun #Interstellar #milkyway #parallelworlds #star  #Cosmos #cosmology #nightsky #mercury #sun

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Shadows on Earth can be mysterious, but when they occur in space, they can convey information we otherwise could not know. Nearly 1,300 light-years away, the shadow of the debris from a young star in the form of a "Bat Shadow" spans 200 times the length of our solar system in the Serpens Nebula. The near-infrared vision of our @NASAHubble Space Telescope captured the shadow cast by the fledgling star's brilliant light, revealing secrets of its unseen planet-forming disk. Credit: NASA, ESA and STScI #nasa #space #solarsystem #star #shadow #astronomy #universe #telescope

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Gilbert Grape Pour préparer son rôle de jeune handicapé, Leonardo DiCaprio s’est rendu à plusieurs reprises dans des établissements spécialisés afin d’observer le comportement des enfants. Le jeune comédien passa même plusieurs jours dans un centre pour adolescents retardés. Le réalisateur Lasse Hallström, très confiant, laissa le comédien totalement libre de son interprétation. Gilbert Grape réalisé par Lasse Hallström, 1993. #movie #movies #star #hollywood #details #detail #class #Classic #film #films #Netflix #90s #oscar #act #actor #acting #action #leonardodicaprio #johnnydepp #Pic #picture #picoftheday #pictures #photography #photooftheday #photo #pics

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. شبیه سازی ادغام کهکشان راه شیری و کهکشان #آندرومدا که در ۴ میلیارد سال دیگر با هم ترکیب و تبدیل به یک کهکشان میشوند . #نجوم #ستاره_شناسی #بیگ_بنگ #جهان #bigbang  #blackholes #astronomy #science #galaxy #nasa #space  #astronaut #astr  #ستارگان  #ertan  #nebula  #کیهان  #sun #Interstellar #milkyway #parallelworlds #star  #Cosmos #cosmology #nightsky #mercury #sun