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The Birth of Our Sun
The Earth and Sky
Our Solar System
The Milky Way Galaxy
The Endless Universe

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By Anil Kumar Gupta
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Tibet Plateau High Desert

Medieval Painting of Comet

Tarantula Nebula 2


Helix Nebula

Quasar 3C 273

Cannibal Galaxy 1

Asteroid Cluster

Cannibal Galaxy 1

Whirlpool Galaxy

Continents Lights from Space 2

Hubble Image of Neptune

Earth and Uranus

Nasa Saturn Explorer Cassini

Comet Colour Profile

Red Spider Nebula

Satelite Imaging

Precipitatio Clouds

Mercury Basin

Orion Nebula

Altocumulus Clouds

Fogbow Cloud

Whirlpool Galaxy

Earth and Jupiter

Saturns Rings


Mars Topographic Maps 1

Quasar PG 0052

Stratus Clouds 2

Pistol Nebula

Volcano Smoke seen from Space

Galaxy M87


Orbits of Mars and Earth

Galaxy NGC2997

Life on Mars

Cloud to Ground Lightening Stroke

The Milky Way Galaxy

Magnificent galaxies of stars are dotted like islands through the sea of space.
Most prominent of the gas clouds is the Tarantula Nebula, at upper left, so named because of its spidery loops.
Starry Clouds of Magellan, the Large Magellan Cloud, resolves into a swell of starlight festooned with pink gas clouds. 
Most large galaxies have gaping Central Black Holes at their centers with mass between 100,000 and several billion times that of the Sun.
The Andromeda Galaxy, Over ten times farther off than the Magellan Clouds lies the great spiral in Andromeda: simultaneously the nearest large galaxy to us and the most distant object within reach of the human eye.
Swirling: A vortex of stars, gas and dusty sediments, M83 is an impressive spiral galaxy whose two main arms straighten at the center to create a bar.
Going with the flow: Gas flows along bars into the heart of barred spirals, where it makes new stars and enlarges the galaxy's central bulge.
Measuring the Universe: Unreachable though stars and galaxies may be, we can still find how far away they are. 
The penetrating glare of a supernova beams from the outskirts of the edge on spiral galaxy NGC 4526, rivaling the brilliance of the galaxy's entire nucleus.
Galactic collisions and mergers Galactic encounters are the most spectacular traffic accidents in the Universe. 
Luminous tails of stars and gas stretch 100,000 light years into intergalactic space from two intertwined spirals nicknamed the Mice.
Quasars are remote powerhouses which baffled astronomers for a generation following their discovery in the early 1960s. 
Looking deep into the Universe Remote galaxies glow with ancient starlight in view which reaches out through some 12 billion light years to the edge of the visible Universe.
The birth and- fate of the Universe For the first 380,000 years of its existence, the Universe was filled with an inferno of matter and energy disgorged by the Big Bang. As the Universe expanded the temperature of this incandescent broth steadily dropped.
When the Universe stop expanding then it will start to collapse.

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