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M43 in the Orion nebulaM43 in the Orion nebula
Proxima b, illustrationProxima b, illustration
MoonMoon
Constellation of Lyra & the star VegaConstellation of Lyra & the star Vega
Planetary disc around a pulsar, artworkPlanetary disc around a pulsar, artwork
Trappist-1 Compared to JupiterTrappist-1 Compared to Jupiter
Proxima and Alpha Centauri, illustrationProxima and Alpha Centauri, illustration
Diagram showing the interior of the Sun. The solar interior is composed of a core (central 30%), a radiative zone outside this, and finally a convective layer occupying the outermost 30% or so. Solar astronomers, using a branch of astronomy called helioseismology, have established that the Sun vibrates in several different modes, somewhat like the skin of a drum.Diagram showing the interior of the Sun. The solar interior is composed of a core (central 30%), a radiative zone outside this, and finally a convective layer occupying the outermost 30% or so. Solar astronomers, using a branch of astronomy called helioseismology, have established that the Sun vibrates in several different modes, somewhat like the skin of a drum.
Illustration of a red giant star shedding its outer layersIllustration of a red giant star shedding its outer layers
Starbirth regionStarbirth region
Starbirth region N66Starbirth region N66
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Solar eclipse phases in the night skySolar eclipse phases in the night sky
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Formation of the Moon, artworkFormation of the Moon, artwork
Formation of the Moon, artworkFormation of the Moon, artwork
Illustration of a red giant star shedding its outer layersIllustration of a red giant star shedding its outer layers
Illustration of the Milky Way galaxyIllustration of the Milky Way galaxy
Illustration of the Milky Way galaxyIllustration of the Milky Way galaxy
Planetary formationPlanetary formation
Saturn's rings, artworkSaturn's rings, artwork
Planetary nebula, artworkPlanetary nebula, artwork
Saturn's rings, artworkSaturn's rings, artwork
Red dwarf NGTS-1 and its planet, illustrationRed dwarf NGTS-1 and its planet, illustration
Red dwarf NGTS-1 and its planet, illustrationRed dwarf NGTS-1 and its planet, illustration
Solar nebula, illustrationSolar nebula, illustration
Ceres is a dwarf planet, the only one that orbits in the asteroid beltCeres is a dwarf planet, the only one that orbits in the asteroid belt
Ceres is a dwarf planet, the only one that orbits in the asteroid beltCeres is a dwarf planet, the only one that orbits in the asteroid belt
Ceres is a dwarf planet, the only one that orbits in the asteroid beltCeres is a dwarf planet, the only one that orbits in the asteroid belt
Young starYoung star
Merged black holesMerged black holes
Active galaxy, artworkActive galaxy, artwork
Solar system formation, illustrationSolar system formation, illustration
An artist's impression of the Milky Way galaxy colliding with AndromedaAn artist's impression of the Milky Way galaxy colliding with Andromeda
Constellation of TaurusConstellation of Taurus
Asteroid 624 Hektor, artworkAsteroid 624 Hektor, artwork
Geyser on Europa, illustrationGeyser on Europa, illustration
Mars, artworkMars, artwork
Artist's impression of Proxima's PlanetArtist's impression of Proxima's Planet
The View from Trappist-1fThe View from Trappist-1f
The View from Trappist-1fThe View from Trappist-1f
The View from Trappist-1fThe View from Trappist-1f
The View from Trappist-1fThe View from Trappist-1f
Sun and terrestrial planets, illustrationSun and terrestrial planets, illustration
Illustration of the moon.Illustration of the moon.
Illustration of the Earth-Moon system, seen from a vantage point above the Moon's far side. This side of the Moon is never seen from the Earth, because of synchronous rotation. This means that the Moon rotates on its axis once a month, exactly the same as its period of revolution about the Earth.Illustration of the Earth-Moon system, seen from a vantage point above the Moon's far side. This side of the Moon is never seen from the Earth, because of synchronous rotation. This means that the Moon rotates on its axis once a month, exactly the same as its period of revolution about the Earth.
Astronomical photography- M16 eagle nebulaAstronomical photography- M16 eagle nebula
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Radio Astronomy Observatory at sunsetRadio Astronomy Observatory at sunset
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Jantar Mantar astronomy park, Jaipur, IndiaJantar Mantar astronomy park, Jaipur, India
Black hole, illustrationBlack hole, illustration

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