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Video: Hubble - Zoom Into Galaxy Cluster MACS The apparently distorted shapes of distant galaxies in the background is caused by an invisible substance called dark matter, whose gravity bends and distorts their light rays.

A multi-wavelength view of radio galaxy Hercules A -  The innocuous-looking galaxy, also known as 3C 348, has long been known as the brightest radio-emitting object in the constellation Hercules. Emitting nearly a billion times more power in radio wavelengths than our Sun, the galaxy is one of the brightest extragalactic radio sources in the entire sky.

Multi-wavelength view of Galaxy A Spectacular jets powered by the gravitational energy of a super massive black hole in the core of the elliptical galaxy Hercules A.

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Flaming Star Nebula The galaxies are awesome. The Creator of the galaxies - beyond our comprehension.

NASA | This image is a composite of 25 separate images spanning the period of April 16, 2012, to April 15, 2013. It uses the SDO AIA wavelength of 171 angstroms and reveals the zones on the sun where active regions are most common during this part of the solar cycle.

This image is a composite of 25 separate images captured by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory between April and April

The Sombrero galaxy was voted best picture taken by the Hubble telescope. The dimensions of the galaxy, officially called M104, are as spectacular as its appearance. The Sombrero Galaxy spans about 50,000 light years across and lies 28 million light years away.

The Sombrero Galaxy - voted best picture taken by the Hubble telescope. The dimensions of the galaxy, officially called are as spectacular as its appearance. The Sombrero Galaxy spans about light years across and lies 28 million light years away.

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Bright Spiral Galaxy One of the brightest galaxies in planet Earth's sky is similar in size to our Milky Way Galaxy: big, beautiful Image Credit: Subaru Telescope (NAOJ), Hubble Space Telescope

Spiral Galaxy NGC 3190

Spiral Galaxy NGC 3190 Beautiful galaxy, warm and serene.

Hubble has recorded the most distant star explosion known. Supernova UDS10Wil exploded more than 10 billion years ago.

Hubble Reveals Farthest Star Explosion Yet

NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has found the farthest supernova so far of the type used to measure cosmic distances. Supernova nicknamed SN Wilson after American President Woodrow Wilson, exploded more than 10 billion years ago.

Wow.. just wow.

Look in the center, it appears like Jesus standing on the cloud, extending His arms as He creates part of the universe!

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