Black holes in the distant universe blow winds with 100 times the energy of all the stars in the Milky Way combined.
An astrophotographer has clicked an exceptional video, wherein we can feel the rotation of the earth Using a tracking mount, aligned with North Star, he kept clicking images every 12 seconds for the next 3 hours. The camera is looking at the same portion of the Milky Way Fab!
“Only when it is dark enough can you see the stars.” —Martin Luther King, Jr. Pause for a moment and take in the vastness and beauty of our home planet & Milky Way galaxy captured from the vantage point of space. Images:
When we talk about the enormity of the cosmos?, it’s easy to toss out big numbers, but far more difficult to wrap our minds around how large, far & numerous celestial bodies really are. Join us for a cosmic journey to see the size of our Milky Way galaxy:
When we talk about the enormity of the cosmos?, it’s easy to toss out big numbers, but far hardert to wrap our minds around just how large, how far and how numerous celestial bodies like #exoplanets really are. So. How big is the Milky Way galaxy?
I spy with my little eye ? Spotted for the first time outside of the Milky way is a special kind of small neutron star, which forms when a massive star runs out of fuel and collapses. Learn more from :
Photo of the Day: The Milky Way Viewed From the International Space Station! via @NASA