Different Galaxies

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Jocelyn Lockwood
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Where two oceans meet... but do not mix. Gulf of Alaska. Two bodies of water delineated by a line of foam. One side is melted glacier water (fresh water) while the ocean, on the other side, is made up of higher density salt water, making it more difficult for the two to mix.

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"I see the moon and the moon sees me. The moon sees the one that I want to see. So God Bless the moon and God bless me and God bless the one that I want to see" Moon Moon, Moon Rise, Big Moon, Luna Moon, May Full Moon, Full Moon Rising, Moon Shadow, Sombra Lunar, Moon Dance

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Eyes in the Sky Two Merging Spiral Galaxies NASA Astronomy Hubble Space Telescope JPL Colorful Universe

two galaxies merging

NGC 1316 :: image created from data obtained with the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope reveals dust lanes and star clusters of the giant galaxy that provide evidence it was formed from a past merger of two gas-rich galaxies

eliptical galaxy

When we observe galactic space and the vastness of the universe, we are reminded of the infinite possibilities of life on our planet.

The "Cartwheel Galaxy" located in Sculptor was discovered by Fritz Zwicky in Credit: NASA/Hubble

cartwheel galaxy

The Sombrero Galaxy - 28 million light years from Earth - was voted best picture taken by the Hubble telescope. The dimensions of the galaxy, officially called are as spectacular as its appearance. It has 800 billion suns and is light years across.

galaxy from the side