Most MYSTERIOUS Pictures Made In Space!

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  • Published on:  Thursday, August 8, 2019
  • Check out the Most AMAZING Images Of Space Explained! From the coolest deep space pictures made by the hubble telescope to photos of faraway galaxies, this top 10 list of coolest pictures of space will amaze you!

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    10. Hercules Galaxy Cluster
    The Hercules Galaxy cluster, also known as ‘Abell 2151’ is a collection of more than 200 different galaxies. It’s about 500 million light years away from us, in the Hercules constellation, and has a large number of spiral galaxies. This cluster itself, is a part of the Hercules supercluster, which is a set of three galaxy clusters which form a part of the great wall… one of the largest superstructures that have been detected in the observable universe.

    9. Pluto
    Although it’s no longer classified as a planet, instead being re-classified as a minor planet in 2006, it’s still of huge interest to astronomers to help understand the mysterious outer reaches of our solar system.

    8. Eta Carinae
    Eta Carinae is a stellar system that is made up of at least 2 stars, which combined are at least 5 million times as bright as the sun. It’s about 7,500 light years away from Earth, in the constellation Carina, and is one of the most active systems ever to be detected.

    7. Alpha Centauri
    Alpha Centauri is our galactic neighbor, but even though it's the nearest star system to our own, it's 4.37 light years away from us. The system is made up of three stars that are known as Alpha Centauri A, or Rigil Kentaurus, Alpha Centauri B, or Toliman, and Alpha Centauri C, more commonly referred to as Proxima Centauri. The first two are the brightest, and with the naked eye from Earth appear to be one star, while the third is a dim red dwarf that is slightly closer to us than the others.

    6. The First Martian Rover
    The Mars Pathfinder was a spacecraft that landed a base station on Mars in 1997. The lander was called the Carl Sagan Memorial Station after the American astronomer, and the rover that it carried was called Sojourner. The rover that can be seen in this image, was the first such human-made device to operate outside of the earth and moon system and revolutionized exploration of the red planet.

    5. NGC 7773
    Our own galaxy, the milky way, is thought to be a spiral armed galaxy, but it’s difficult to learn much about its full structure from inside it. Astronomers, therefore, have to turn to other galaxies that can be viewed from a distance to further understand how these collections of stars and material work.

    4. The Sun’s Corona
    Even though it’s by far the largest object in the solar system, relatively little is really known about the sun, and few probes have ever gotten anywhere near it. One big question has baffled scientists since temperature measurements were taken of it, and that’s understanding why the atmosphere of the sun called “the Corona” is more than 200 times hotter than its surface.

    3. Black Holes
    Black Holes were once mystical objects, and have been the subject of speculation ever since they were first discovered. We know a lot more about them now, but what may come as a surprise is how many of them there appear to be. They are the final form of a dying star, something that only happens to the most massive ones.

    2. Andromeda Galaxy
    The Andromeda Galaxy is the nearest galaxy to our own, at about 2.5 million light years away, and is about the same mass as the milky way too, although it has twice as many stars, and has a much wider reach of about 220,000 light years. It's visible to the naked eye from earth on clear nights and is expected to collide with the Milky Way in about 4.5 billion years time.

    1. The Saturn Apollo Landing
    2019 is the 50th anniversary of the first Moon landing, a moment that solidified the US as THE space power and heralded a new era of space exploration. Without this mission, our ideas of visiting further away object like Mars would be inconceivable, and it inspired a generation to the wonders of science and what lies beyond the earth.

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