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See the Hubble Telescope's Newest Image of the Milky Way's Neighbor Galaxy
In a captivating display of cosmic exploration, the Hubble Space Telescope has provided us with a stunning image of the irregular galaxy ESO 174–1, one of our closest neighbors in the Milky Way. With its wispy cloud-like appearance, the galaxy stands alone against a backdrop of bright stars. This ongoing observation program allows Hubble to delve into the characteristics of local galaxies, shedding light on their shapes, sizes, and origins. Through these extraordinary images, we continue to deepen our understanding of the vast wonders of our universe.
Here's Why NASA is Pointing a Massive Telescope at Two Upcoming Solar Eclipses
In an exciting development, a retired NASA radio telescope, the 112-foot Goldstone Apple Valley Radio Telescope, will be turned towards the sun during the upcoming annular solar eclipse on October 14. This marks a significant moment for the Solar Patrol citizen science program, as it offers a glimpse into what happens when sunspots are covered by the moon. Despite not providing images, this radio astronomy endeavor promises to shed light on the sun's inner corona and magnetic field, thanks to the occurrence of two solar eclipses within six months.
Meet Jawlene, the Rescued Alligator Missing Her Upper Jaw and Now Living Her Best Life
Ukraine is Building an Underground School in Kharkiv to Allow Students to Learn in Safety
This Woman Just Met the Kind Stranger Who Saved her Life With a Bone Marrow Donation
Scientists Have Discovered That a Small Strand of RNA Could Be Key to Fighting Cancer
Here's the Number 1 Rule to Follow to be Happier at Work, From a Psychotherapist
Golden Retrievers Have Been the Mayor of This Town for More Than a Decade
This Ballet School is Breaking Racial Barriers and Inspiring Young Girls
Astronomers Are Stumped By a Pair of Planets Floating Through Space
Simone Biles is Back at the World Stage - This Time, With a Historic Vault Named After Her