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#HubbleFriday Spectroscopy can tell us about a galaxy’s type and composition, the density and temperature of any emitting gas, the star formation rate, or how massive the galaxy’s central black hole might be. So, what did we learn about NGC 3749? Find out: https://t.co/iHmG5gc6Tu https://t.co/Cdn9IQZmww

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Hubble has given a peek at the location of the most energetic outburst ever seen in the universe. That’s because in a few seconds the gamma-ray burst emitted more energy than the Sun will provide over its entire 10-billion year life:https://t.co/VBP879kT1v https://t.co/ZqkVMjNCh9

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21일 전
#HubbleClassic Born #OTD 130 years ago, astronomer Edwin Hubble studied fuzzy “nebulae” and found that many are actually galaxies beyond our own. The galaxies here were imaged by the Hubble telescope (named for Edwin) and belong to the huge Coma Cluster: https://t.co/TboY563n5I https://t.co/NPxJfrCLHG

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#HubbleFriday Many galaxies we see with Hubble look similar: spiral arms, a glowing center, & bright specks of star formation with dark ripples of dust weaving throughout. Spiral galaxy NGC 772 is no exception: https://t.co/kREt8UURb8 https://t.co/ELwmg4cTmH

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#HubbleClassic This beautiful, bow-tie-shaped nebula was produced by a dying star similar to our Sun. Called NGC 2440, it lies in the constellation Puppis, about 4,000 light-years from Earth: https://t.co/KTGPwHyowI https://t.co/nBeMXSRIDM

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#HubbleFriday NGC1333 is classified as a reflection nebula. The cool gas and dust concentrated in this region is generating new stars whose light is reflecting off the surrounding material, lighting it up and making this object’s presence known to us ✨ https://t.co/VW7bSMIzLw https://t.co/J3LdLwPBoL

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This galaxy, nicknamed the Sunburst Arc, is almost 11 billion light-years away has been lensed into multiple images by a massive foreground cluster of galaxies. Hubble uses these cosmic magnifying glasses to study objects that would otherwise be too faint: https://t.co/2tvsU4Mru9 https://t.co/PtCKcEgPvu

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#HubbleClassic #OTD 15 years ago, Hubble released this image of a rare triple eclipse on Jupiter. The infrared image shows Jupiter in pastel colors with dark shadows cast by 3 of its moons. Two moons appear in front of Jupiter. The 3rd is out of the frame: https://t.co/szYeuG2wyB https://t.co/dCSTsCdw6W

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#HubbleFriday Galaxies may seem lonely, floating alone in the vast, inky blackness of the sparsely populated cosmos — but looks can be deceiving. NGC 1706 belongs to a galaxy group, which is a group of up to 50 galaxies which are gravitationally bound: https://t.co/44tvS13Nmb https://t.co/QjBXyAlm6z

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#HubbleClassic The Red Spider Nebula might look like a cosmic arachnid, but it's actually the cast-off outer layers of a dying Sun-like star. The hot star's powerful stellar winds create waves in the expelled gas: https://t.co/hk2kQyTNJ2 https://t.co/r7rCW83htw

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Hubble has unveiled a spooky new image staring out from the depths of the cosmos just in time for #Halloween. The new image reveals the twin galaxies AM 2026-424 — a pair of interacting galaxies that may foreshadow our Milky Way’s own frightening fate: https://t.co/pys9nw1VdE https://t.co/NbtR9ZfreY

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#HubbleFriday IC 4653 is a galaxy just over 80 million light-years away. That may sound like quite a distance, but it’s not far on a cosmic scale. At these kinds of distances, the types and structures of the objects we see are similar to those nearby: https://t.co/vVSngmANVx https://t.co/31JdhqnLJ3

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#HubbleClassic Nicknamed "The Ghost Head Nebula," NGC 2080 is a star-forming region in a nearby galaxy, the Large Magellanic Cloud. The nebula's two bright "eyes" are blobs of hydrogen and oxygen that glow with the energy from massive, newborn stars: https://t.co/qWQbo1W3FW https://t.co/JwicCHi3W8

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Today is #NationalMammographyDay. Did you know Hubble technology has been used to help make breast biopsies less painful and has helped with earlier breast cancer detection and treatment? Hear one story about a Hubble science writer and how she benefited from this technology: https://t.co/jE7MkZeVsY

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#HubbleFriday Galaxy NGC 4380 looks like a special effect straight out of a science fiction or fantasy film, swirling like a gaping portal to another dimension. In the grand scheme of things, though, the galaxy is actually quite ordinary: https://t.co/6m2snLkldY https://t.co/dIUm0NydnL

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#HubbleClassic As a Sun-like star nears the end of its life, it can produce a psychedelic work of art in space. The glowing clouds of the Saturn Nebula are the cast-off outer layers of a dying star about 1,400 light-years from Earth: https://t.co/sIrCyoI9u6 https://t.co/PXaEfsCBPV

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Dr. Jennifer Wiseman is the Hubble Space Telescope Senior Project Scientist at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center.  Her research expertise is in star and planet formation in stellar nurseries of interstellar clouds in galaxies like our Milky Way. https://t.co/WUFs9pFH70

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