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Edited European Southern Observatory image of the star cluster NGC 6193 and thenebula NGC 6188. Original caption: This image, taken by OmegaCAM on the VLT Survey Telescope at Paranal Observatory, shows a section of the Ara OB1 stellar association. In the centre of the image is the young open cluster NGC 6193, and to the right is the emission nebula NGC 6188, illuminated by the ionising radiation emitted by the brightest nearby stars.Â

Sirius: the figure of Nommo's placenta, which denotes the cardinal directions if Terrestial Space, as explained by the Dogon.

The Dogon's knowledge of the stars and cosmos predates the Hubble scope by many millenniums. They correctly analyzed the stars, universes and galaxies, before there were any telescopes space cameras

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Big, bright stars are sprinkled around the galaxy NGC 1964 in this image from the European Southern Observatory's telescope in La Silla, Chile. NGC 1964 is a spiral galaxy about 70 million light-years from Earth in the constellation Lepus (the Hare). Several more distant galaxies are also visible in the background of this image.

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Look at the bright star in the middle of this image. Achoo! It has just sneezed. This sight will only last for a few thousand years — a blink of an eye in the young star's life.  If you could carry on watching for a few years you would realise it's not just one sneeze, but a sneezing fit. This young star is firing off salvos of super-hot, super-fast gas — Achoo! Achoo! — before it finally exhausts itself.

Look at the bright star in the middle of this image. Achoo! It has just sneezed. This sight will only last for a few thousand years — a blink of an eye in the young star's life. If you could carry on watching for a few years you would realise it's not just one sneeze, but a sneezing fit. This young star is firing off salvos of super-hot, super-fast gas — Achoo! Achoo! — before it finally exhausts itself.