Hubble views a stellar nursery called the Carina Nebula, located 7,500 light-years away in the southern constellation Carina, through both visible (top) and infrared(bottom) light.
These are excelent pictures, but what happened to the Next Generation Space Telescope?? I thought hubble was going to be replaced.-DaSonicMan
The James Webb NG Space Telescope is scheduled for launch in 2014 on the Next Gen Shuttle
this is all soooooo fascinating to me!! i luv science!!!!
The bottom picture reminds me of a deepsea jellyfish
If the galaxies in picture #4 collide... ouch for whatever lives in there
The butterfly effect has to do with the algorithms in the chaos theory right?
How amazing are those pictures, i wish i had the chance to take some like that.
The Butterfly effect is related to the chaos theory. If the Butterfly flaps it's wings in Britain, does the effect cause a storm here? Every little impact could have a large reaction somewhere else.
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