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What do you see? βœ¨πŸ‘‡ to me it looks like a portrait of a man looking towards the left. Anyone else see it or is that just me? πŸ€” the nebula is called the omega nebula. It's between 5,000-6,000 light years away from us, and spans 15 light years in diameter. The nebula is part of a larger cloud of interstellar mass about 40 light years wide with the mass of 30,000 sun's. The total mass of just the Omega nebula alone is 800 solar masses.
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image: Β© Diego Colonnello
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After a few days mourning Cassini, here's one of the last things it took a picture of. πŸ’–Enceladus is pretty special to Cassini. Earlier this year it discovered the ingredients that form life coming out of the moon's surface in plumes of icy water that periodically erupt.
It discovered these plumes years ago, however, it only recently confirmed the evidence of hydrogen after it dove in closer so it could analyze the chemicals in the plumes.
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image: Β© NASA/Cassini

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After 13 years orbiting Saturn, Cassini is now part of the planet after it dove into its atmosphere this morning to end its mission.

Goodbye Cassini, We will miss you πŸ’–
RIP β€’ Never Forgotten β€’ (This is an artists illustration) not a real pic
image: Β© artists illustration
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Artists rendition of what Cassini will see as it takes its final dive into the atmosphere of Saturn. Cassini is 20 years old and after 13 years in space and 100,000+ images taken, it ran out of fuel and can no longer continue its journey. It will get closer to Saturn's clouds than we've ever been before, producing some amazing pictures that I'll share here as soon as they reach earth. It's a dangerous journey for Cassini as it gets closer to rocks and debris that could destroy it. Another thing we should figure out is what Saturn smells like.. The instruments onboard Cassini will detect the chemical compounds in the air.
NASA will be live streaming the data it collects, unfortunately no live video :/ image: Β© Artists rendition via NASA
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How many of you plan on going into space once space tourism becomes a thing? πŸš€ (As soon as 2020)

Pictured above is the heart of the Rosette nebula. It's center is 50 light years across and it's located 4,500 light years away from us. The stars formed just a few million years ago from the surrounding gas in the nebula. Eventually these stars may get pushed out of the nebula and it will find a new home.
image: Β© AstroDon (Don Goldman)
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What should this planet be named? πŸ€” Currently it's titled J1407b and it was discovered in 2012. It's also a lot heavier than Saturn's ring system. It has over 30 rings, each being millions of km or tens of millions of miles in diameter. It's total radius is around 90 million KM wide or 66 million miles.
The planet is also a lot bigger than Saturn, or Jupiter. It's believed to be about 16 million years old. Leave a comment with what you think this planet should be named πŸš€
J1407b is too boring... image: Β© Artist Rendering (canapin)
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Comment the first thing that comes to mind πŸ‘½ This type of nebulae is called an emission nebula, and if you're wondering why this it's lit up and glowing red; it's because nearby massive stars give off radiation that causes different gasses to glow and light up. Different gasses make different colors.
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image: Β© Bach Zoltan
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Saturn and its Moon's 🌚 taken from Voyager. 40 years ago today NASA launched what would become the farthest spacecraft to ever leave earth. I posted some images from the craft on my story. Voyager 1 is currently around 13 billion miles away from us and still transmitting data back, NASA actually just sent a tweet to it today. Voyager sent back some of the first high quality images of the planets and their moons. It will likely outlast earth, and if aliens ever find this thing they'll be able to view images and audio from earth. 🌎 It shows our location in the universe and contains audio/pictures of people all around the world living their life. It also includes images of different planets including earth, mathematical equations, and scientific formulas/diagrams of DNA. πŸ”¬
Comment any questions you have about this and let me know if you want this as a wallpaper πŸ‘½ I'll dm it to you✨

Also voyager 1 has a twin named voyager 2 that was sent out in space two weeks before voyager 1.
image: Β© NASA #
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SWIPE TO ZOOM πŸ”­πŸ’₯ Then comment the first thing that comes to mind. This is the ring nebula; a planetary nebula about 1 light year wide. It has nothing to do with planets though, it was created by a star that died and released gas; Which is illuminated by nearby stars. The ring nebula is about 2,000 light years away from us.
1st image: Β© Mark Hanson
2nd: Hubble/NASA

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Snow covered dunes on Mars β„οΈβ˜„
however... the snow isn't water, It's actually carbon dioxide aka dry ice. The darker sand is brought up to the surface when it gets hotter in the spring and the ice on the surface cracks and gas escapes; carrying dark sand up.
Whole pic doesn't fit so if you want the whole thing for a wallpaper just let me know in the comments πŸ‘½βœ¨ image: Β© NASA

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Describe this in one word or emoji πŸ‘½

This is NGC 6188 and that little bubble looking nebula in the upper right is NGC 6164; which was created by a rare O-type star, about 40 times more massive than the sun. At the center of it, you can see another star that's 3-4 million years old. It will die in another 3-4 million years through a supernova explosion. The nebula itself is 4 light years wide.
image: Β© Team CielAustral with J.C Canonne, N.Outters, P. Bernhard, D. chaplain & L. bourgon

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Tag the first person that comes to mind πŸ’– Stargazing at a salt flat might be the best location ever.. after it rains, you can see the stars reflect off the ground like in this picture. Posting more wallpapers soon, check my story to stay updated πŸ‘½ (This photo is an edit, not a salt flat )

image: Β© @missmary_n
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