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Twelve Years of Spitzer Images This montage displays an image released from each year of operation of NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope. Now celebrating it's 12th anniversary, Spitzer was first launched into space on August 25, 2003, from Cape Canaveral, Florida and is still going strong. Credit NASA/JPL-Caltech
According to Quantum math, there is a mathematical explanation behind why the counterclockwise formation of a galaxy looks very similar to the whirlpool effect of water going down a drain. #Fractals in Nature
~~Black Hole Outburst in Spiral Galaxy M83 (NASA, Chandra, Hubble, 04/30/12) | The Blackhole exists from a previous life as a star, It collapses to infinity but its life does not end, after the pressures of the impossible the black hole re-emerges either via explosion and scattering and the matter goes to form within other stars or it re-condenses. | by NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center~~
The Star Wars Galactic Necklace highlights some of the more famous planets from galaxies far, far away. Looking at the necklace straight on, at the farthest left we start with a few Core Worlds and then we move off into the Outer Rim Territories.