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Lindo limpiar clima nubes y aire esmo y tecnologia de bermuda quitar marina y triangulo abrir espacio y sol de clima y aire acondicionado de triangulo del sol y triangulo rojo arrebato de al diablo no se de cuenta recuperacion traingulo a uruapan con gurra armastecnologia avanzada y armagedon nazi

Lindo limpiar clima nubes y aire esmo y tecnologia de bermuda quitar marina y triangulo abrir espacio y sol de clima y aire acondicionado de triangulo del sol y triangulo rojo arrebato de al diablo no se de cuenta recuperacion traingulo a uruapan con gurra armastecnologia avanzada y armagedon nazi

The region around the center of our Milky Way galaxy glows colorfully in an image taken by NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope. Now, data from the very center of that picture are being presented at a different contrast to better highlight this jam-packed region. In visible-light pictures, it is all but impossible to see the heart of our galaxy, but infrared light penetrates the shroud of dust giving us this unprecedented view.

The region around the center of our Milky Way galaxy glows colorfully in an image taken by NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope. Now, data from the very center of that picture are being presented at a different contrast to better highlight this jam-packed region. In visible-light pictures, it is all but impossible to see the heart of our galaxy, but infrared light penetrates the shroud of dust giving us this unprecedented view.

New Dimension: Nebulas Are Even More Amazing in 3-D | Wired Science | Wired.com

New Dimension: Nebulas Are Even More Amazing in 3-D

New Dimension: Nebulas Are Even More Amazing in 3-D | Wired Science | Wired.com

This illustration shows a star behind a shattered comet. Observations of the star KIC 8462852 by NASA's Kepler and Spitzer space telescopes suggest that its unusual light signals are likely from dusty comet fragments, which blocked the light of the star as they passed in front of it in 2011 and 2013. The comets are thought to be traveling around the star in a very long, eccentric orbit. Credits: NASA/JPL-Caltech

Strange Star Likely Swarmed by Comets

This illustration shows a star behind a shattered comet. Observations of the star KIC 8462852 by NASA's Kepler and Spitzer space telescopes suggest that its unusual light signals are likely from dusty comet fragments, which blocked the light of the star as they passed in front of it in 2011 and 2013. The comets are thought to be traveling around the star in a very long, eccentric orbit. Credits: NASA/JPL-Caltech

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