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Icy moon with fractured surface.

Juno View of Europa

Flyby of Jupiter’s ice moon Europa by the Juno spacecraft. Europa is one of the largest moons of Jupiter and is considered to be one of the most promising locations for the search for extraterrestrial life. It is believed to have a subsurface ocean of liquid water, kept warm by… Read More »Juno View of Europa

Dust shells around a star.

Cocoon for a Dying Star

The Hubble Space Telescope has captured a stunning image of the dust surrounding the carbon star CW Leo, providing new insight into the properties of this fascinating object. This image is the result of observations made in the red and near-infrared parts of the spectrum, which are particularly well suited… Read More »Cocoon for a Dying Star

Hubble Image of Lagoon Nebula

Stellar Storm: The Lagoon Nebula

The Lagoon Nebula, also known as Messier 8 or M8, is a giant interstellar cloud of gas and dust located in the constellation Sagittarius. It is one of the brightest and most spectacular nebulae in the night sky, and is one of the closest star-forming regions to our solar system,… Read More »Stellar Storm: The Lagoon Nebula

Infrared view of titan

Titan Revealed by James Webb Telescope

The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), has used infrared light to pierce the high level orange haze that shrouds Saturn’s largest moon, Titan. Even with Webb’s enormous mirror, its resolution cannot match maps of the surface that Cassini created before its demise. Saturn’s largest moon, Titan, is one of the… Read More »Titan Revealed by James Webb Telescope

Image of the spiral galaxy Andromeda

Andromeda in Different Wavelengths

he Andromeda galaxy, also known as M31, is a spiral galaxy located approximately 2.5 million light-years away from Earth. It is one of the closest and most studied galaxies in the universe, and its appearance in different wavelengths of light can provide valuable insights into its structure and properties. In… Read More »Andromeda in Different Wavelengths