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Screenshot of ESOcast 69 - Screenshot of ESOcast 69: Revolutionary ALMA Image…

Screenshot of ESOcast 69 - Screenshot of ESOcast 69: Revolutionary ALMA Image…

We are alone in the universe..the most ridiculous statement ever made. Probability has us with at least a few other BILLION planets that have inhabitants most likely far more intelligent than us as well.

We are alone in the universe?

We are alone in the universe..the most ridiculous statement ever made. Probability has us with at least a few other BILLION planets that have inhabitants most likely far more intelligent than us as well.

Two-Armed Spiral Milky Way   Illustration Credit: R. Hurt (SSC), JPL-Caltech, NASA   Survey Credit: GLIMPSE

Two-Armed Spiral Milky Way Illustration Credit: R. Hurt (SSC), JPL-Caltech, NASA Survey Credit: GLIMPSE

The Hubble Telescope finds a cosmic hummingbird. http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/archive/releases/2013/23/

The Hubble Telescope finds a cosmic hummingbird. http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/archive/releases/2013/23/

Dramatically backlit dust lanes in #NGC7049 - The NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope captured this image of NGC 7049 in the constellation of Indus, in the southern sky. A family of globular clusters appears as glittering spots dusted around the galaxy halo. Astronomers study the globular clusters in NGC 7049 to learn more about its formation and evolution. The dust lanes, which appear as a lacy web, are dramatically backlit by the millions of stars in the halo of NGC 7049.

Dramatically backlit dust lanes in #NGC7049 - The NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope captured this image of NGC 7049 in the constellation of Indus, in the southern sky. A family of globular clusters appears as glittering spots dusted around the galaxy halo. Astronomers study the globular clusters in NGC 7049 to learn more about its formation and evolution. The dust lanes, which appear as a lacy web, are dramatically backlit by the millions of stars in the halo of NGC 7049.

This very deep image taken with the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope shows the spiral galaxy NGC 4921 along with a spectacular backdrop of more distant galaxies. Credit: NASA, ESA and K. Cook (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, USA)

This very deep image taken with the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope shows the spiral galaxy NGC 4921 along with a spectacular backdrop of more distant galaxies. Credit: NASA, ESA and K. Cook (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, USA)

In the center of the Cat’s Eye there is a bright and hot star illuminating the surrounding nebula.

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