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Polaroid prints from iPhone photos

Polaroid prints from iPhone photos

Lego New York - 3D Artist & Motion Designer

Lego New York - 3D Artist & Motion Designer

REK Bookcase by Reinier De jong, a flexible bookshelf that grows with your collection

REK Bookcase by Reinier De jong, a flexible bookshelf that grows with your collection

M57: The Ring Nebula  Except for the rings of Saturn, the Ring Nebula (M57) is probably the most famous celestial band. Its classic appearance is understood to be due to perspective - our view from planet Earth looks down the center of a roughly barrel-shaped cloud of glowing gas.  The central ring of the Ring Nebula is about one light-year across and 2,000 light-years away.

M57: The Ring Nebula Except for the rings of Saturn, the Ring Nebula (M57) is probably the most famous celestial band. Its classic appearance is understood to be due to perspective - our view from planet Earth looks down the center of a roughly barrel-shaped cloud of glowing gas. The central ring of the Ring Nebula is about one light-year across and 2,000 light-years away.

Milky Way Above Easter Island ~    Image Credit & Copyright: Manel Soria

Milky Way Above Easter Island ~ Image Credit & Copyright: Manel Soria

Arp 272.  Linking spiral arms, two large colliding galaxies are featured in this remarkable cosmic portrait constructed using image data from the Hubble Legacy Archive. Recorded in astronomer Halton Arp's Atlas of Peculiar Galaxies as Arp 272, the pair is otherwise known as NGC 6050 near center, and IC 1179 at upper right. A third galaxy, likely also a member of the interacting system, can be spotted above and left of larger spiral NGC 6050. They lie some 450 million light-years away...

Arp 272. Linking spiral arms, two large colliding galaxies are featured in this remarkable cosmic portrait constructed using image data from the Hubble Legacy Archive. Recorded in astronomer Halton Arp's Atlas of Peculiar Galaxies as Arp 272, the pair is otherwise known as NGC 6050 near center, and IC 1179 at upper right. A third galaxy, likely also a member of the interacting system, can be spotted above and left of larger spiral NGC 6050. They lie some 450 million light-years away...

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