By Gerry Marrs
Detect breathtakingly infrequent pictures captured by means of real NASA house telescopes and spot the Universe as by no means considered earlier than! gorgeous info from attractive celestial items are captured and displayed in absolute bright colours. Galaxies from marvelous distances are delivered to you up-close, as though just a stone’s throw away. This journey via house is certain to maintain you returning to those pages time and again and may without doubt captivate the curiosity of someone who loves astronomy or images. every one photo is observed through an in depth description of every terrific celestial phenomenon. This ebook will make an excellent gift for any friend who will get encouraged by means of the outstanding miracle of area!
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37. PLATE 16: Swirling dust clouds and bright newborn stars dominate the view in this image of the Lagoon nebula from NASA Spitzer Space Telescope. The nebula lies in the general direction of the center of our galaxy in the constellation Sagittarius. 38. 39. PLATE 17: This is the Tarantula nebula, seen in this image from NASA Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer; the nebula is the largest starforming region known in our entire Local Group of galaxies. 40. 41. PLATE 18: This nebula, which is in the constellation of Scutum, has no common name since it is hidden behind dust clouds.
This stellar activity is a beautiful example of how the life cycle of stars like our Sun is intimately connected with their more powerful siblings. Residing in the constellation Sagittarius, the Trifid Nebula is about 9,000 light years from Earth. 60. 61. PLATE 28: This image from ESA Herschel Space Observatory shows of a portion of the Rosette nebula, a stellar nursery about 5,000 lightyears from Earth in the Monoceros, or Unicorn, constellation. 62. 63. PLATE 29: Nebulae are enormous clouds of dust and gas occupying the space between the stars.
PLATE 21: This infrared image from NASA Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer shows the Lambda Centauri nebula, a star-forming cloud in our Milky Way galaxy, also known as the Running Chicken nebula. 48. 49. PLATE 22: The spider part of The Spider and the Fly nebulae, IC 417 abounds in star formation, as seen in this infrared image from NASA Spitzer Space Telescope and the Two Micron All Sky Survey 2MASS. 50. 51. PLATE 23: This composite image of the star cluster NGC 28 contains X-ray data from Chandra, in purple, with infrared observations from Spitzer, in red, green, blue.