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Sky phenomenon

New images from NASA‘s Hubble telescope appeared on their website today and they’re nothing short of awe-inspiring. I’m not one to fully care about the technical aspects of the telescope, but apparently the Hubble had been outfitted and upgraded this past May with some new goodies which enable it to capture vivid photos such as the ones below.

Photos via NASA, ESA, and the Hubble SM4 ERO Team

The second photo, Carina Nebula, has to be favorite. It’s basically an image of a star nursery, with the actual stars being hidden by that stunning gas cloud. Doesn’t it look like a woman with head dress? Love everything about it!

I’ve obviously cropped the original photos to death. Visit the NASA website for the full versions as well as more information about the photos.

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  1. Posted September 9, 2009 at 10:50 pm | Permalink

    These are so beautiful! And I suddenly feel so small!

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    omg so beautiful. would look stunning as a print too heh

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