Think on this: We live in the Milky Way Galaxy, there are at least 100,000,000,000 (100B) suns. Hubble has spotted 100,000,000,000 (100B) Galaxies, each with their own suns. Hubble photo of just a sliver of the Galaxies:
The @ESA Gaia mission has revolutionised the study of our Milky Way. It ushered in the golden age of a field called 'galactic archaeology', and here are but five fascinating discoveries that Gaia has made about the galaxy that we are part of 👉 @esascience
They come out in the hot, rainy season by the thousands. Bumpy-looking toads secreting a milky toxin from their backs potentially fatal to pets that give them a bite or lick. One of them killed CeCe Silva’s chihuahua.
Mesmerising photos of the Milky Way showcase our galaxy in all its beauty
Dry and mild weather will persist this week. While skies will be generally cloud early in the week, smoke from western wildfires will give a milky look to the sky. Some increase in cloud cover is expected mid-week, though no significant chance of rain is expected next weekend.
Behold, the Milky Way! Our Galaxy Glitters in This Spectacular RT *DaveThompson59
Dry weather remains over our region. Elevated smoke continues to create a milky, hazy sky on Monday and Tuesday. Increasing clouds late Tuesday night through Wednesday night associated with a weak cold front. #ILwx #INwx
These long-exposure pics from the station show the Milky Way above the atmospheric glow blanketing Earth's horizon. More pics...
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!
The Hubble Space Telescope has given us a new image of a nursery for stars in a nearby galaxy to the Milky Way. ✨ Have questions about this new image? Leave them in the comments below! Join Hubble experts later today from 2-4 p.m. EDT for a Q&A.
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:
Photo of the Day: The Milky Way Viewed From the International Space Station! via @NASA